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October 25, 1999 | From Associated Press
The big question on the PGA Tour has gone from when will Tiger Woods win to when will he lose. Woods won for the sixth time in nine tournaments Sunday, finishing with a 17-under-par 271 to defeat Ernie Els by one stroke and win the National Car Rental Classic at Lake Buena Vista, Fla. The troubling trend for everyone else is that Woods keeps winning, and no one is quite sure when--or if--he is going to stop. Not even Woods.
October 20, 1997 | Associated Press
Hale Irwin tied a 12-year-old Senior PGA Tour record with his ninth tournament victory of the year Sunday, winning the Kaanapali Classic by three shots. Irwin shot a one-under-par 70 in the final round for a 54-hole total of 13-under 200. The first prize of $127,500 gave him $2,131,364, the most money any player has earned on any tour in one year. Bruce Summerhays, who led after the first and second rounds, couldn't recover from a triple-bogey on No. 6.
August 13, 1988 | Associated Press
Doug Dalziel shot a 7-under-par 65 Friday to lead a first-round charge of non-winners in the $250,000 Syracuse Senior golf tournament. Dalziel, whose best previous finish was seventh in last year's Kaanapali event in Hawaii, tied the tournament record with his opening round on the Lafayette Country Club. Lou Graham and Jim Hatfield, who like Dalziel have never won a PGA Seniors Tour event, were in second place at 66. George Lanning, also seeking his first senior victory, shot a 67.
May 18, 1991
Five Hawaiians have been arrested on Los Angeles County drug charges stemming from an undercover investigation that began in the Antelope Valley, the county Sheriff's Department said Friday. The five were arrested Wednesday at the Sheraton Maui in Kaanapali, Hawaii, where they had met undercover deputies to complete a deal begun in the Antelope Valley to buy 50 pounds of marijuana.
May 4, 1997 | HANK KOVELL
Classic Custom Vacations is offering upgrades or 25% room discounts to seniors at 22 resorts and hotels in Hawaii, providing reservations are made through a travel agent. The 1997 Classic Hawaii program features 109 lodgings on six Hawaiian Islands.
June 27, 2012 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
New York City emerges as the top Fourth of July party spot in the country among travelers who made holiday hotel reservations on Priceline . Chicago , which had the top spot for the last two years, comes in second, followed by San Diego , San Francisco and Las Vegas . Travelers seem to be choosing to see fireworks in urban venues or chill out at beaches in their destination choices, according to Priceline. Los Angeles, specifically the Marina del Rey area, ranked No. 11, with Disneyland and Anaheim coming in at nos. 14 and 25. The online travel company compiles the holiday's top 50 destinations based on cities, or parts of cities, where travelers book their rooms.
April 3, 2013 | By Robert J. Lopez and Andrew Blankstein
A 58-year-old Marina del Rey man was recovering Wednesday after he was bitten by a shark at a beach in Maui. Officials said the shark was believed to be about 10 feet long and bit the man on his right thigh while he was in the water Tuesday morning at Kaanapali Beach, which is in the city of Lahaina on the island's west shore. The victim told authorities the shark's head was "the size of a basketball," Maui County officials said in a statement. Officials shut down the popular beach for a mile in both directions.
February 10, 1991 | TRACY CABOT and MARSHALL WHITFIELD, Cabot and Whitfield are Los Angeles free-lance writers. and
If you've ever walked past the 25-foot lanai of a beachfront Hawaiian condominium and wondered who can afford to live there, be advised: You can. They're usually for rent, some for less--or not much more than--a hotel room. Hawaii's condos are often next door to the fanciest hotels. Others hide away on cliffs overlooking crashing surf, on deserted beach-fronts, along manicured green fairways or in private-entrance Waikiki high-rises.
October 11, 1999 | From Associated Press
Notah Begay made up two strokes over the last two holes of regulation Sunday to force a playoff with Tom Byrum, then won the Michelob Championship on the second extra hole at Williamsburg, Va. Begay won it with a four-foot par putt on the par-four 16th. "Inexplicable, the emotions," said Begay, who won $450,000. "I told my caddie on the second hole in the playoff I felt like I was suffocating with the rain and the cloud cover and the situation. There were a lot of things going through my head."
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