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WOODS-GARCIA RIVALRY CONTINUES TO DRAW RAVE REVIEWS
Published August 23, 1999
ESPN's Mike Lupica, when asked by Dick Schaap how much the Tiger Woods-Sergio Garcia one-two finish in last weekend's PGA Championship "quiets" the Ryder Cup play-for- pay controversy: "It quiets it, but it doesn't go away. This will clearly be a fractured Ryder Cup team when we get to Brookline. This is an issue that will heat up again" ("Sports Reporters," 8/22)....More Lupica: "I've talked to more people who are casual golf fans, who could not turn this match off" ("Sports Reporters," 8/22).