Berg among the game's pioneers
The 2006 golf season produced the usual share of memories -- sad to happy, dramatic to dubious.
The golf world lost some big names in 2006, most notably Byron Nelson and Earl Woods. But others passed away who are also worth acknowledging:
Patty Berg, 88
She favored many outfits -- they made it easier to live out of a suitcase -- but Berg's personality was more like her red hair. One of the 13 sparks who started the LPGA in 1950, she was a 5-foot-2 package of optimism and tenacity ...
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2006 Year in Review
• Rosaforte: Tame Tiger to terrorize tour in 2007?
• Wacker: C'mon, 2006 was a little funny, too
• Surprise! Tiger doesn't win a Sirak Award
• Sobel: Tiger's season can't be measured in numbers
• Harig: Earl will be in Tiger's thoughts at Target
• Alternate Shot: Year-end issues and other debates
• Sobel: Immelman separates himself from fellow rookies
• Experts' picks: PGA Tour awards
• Sobel: Holiday wishes for the upcoming golf season ... Mailbag: Your wishes
• Hawkins: Enduring memories of the '06 season
• Golf World: Newsmakers, Nos. 1-5
• Golf World: Newsmakers, Nos. 6-10
• Golf World: Newsmakers, Nos. 11-15
• Golf World: Newsmakers, Nos. 16-20
• Golf World: Newsmakers, Nos. 21-25
• Harig: What happened to Mickelson after Open collapse?
• Sirak: 2006 was an unpredictable LPGA season
• On the Hot Seat: Lorena Ochoa
• Weekly 18: Shots of the year
• SportsNation: Vote now!
• Squabbles, contentions, disagreements
• Alternate Shot: After Tiger, who's No. 2?
• Rosaforte: Year of highs and lows
• Harig: Woods passes forgotten Casper
• Tiger '06 retrospective