Archives for: October 2007

Chopra wins Ginn sur Mer Classic; Wie out of Casio World Open

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Daniel Chopra won his first PGA Tour title at the Ginn sur Mer Classic yesterday. He finished at 19 under to beat Fredrik Jacobsen and Shigeki Mauryama by one shot … "It's amazing," Chopra told reporters. "It's something that I've dreamed about for… more »

Chopra, Maruyama, Jacobson share lead at Ginn sur Mer Classic

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The Ginn sur Mer Classic will be decided this morning at Tesoro Club in Port St. Lucie, Fla. Daniel Chopra, Shigeki Maruyama and Fredrik Jacobson were tied for the lead at 18 under yesterday when play was suspended due to darkness … Suzann Pettersen… more »

Estes, Armour III lead PGA Tour Ginn sur Mer Classic

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Bob Estes and Tommy Armour III share the lead after the first round of the Ginn sur Mer Classic after both shooting 9-under-par 64s yesterday. Both players are going for their first PGA Tour win of 2007 … Andrew McLardy and Gary Murphy shot 4-under… more »

Gary Player won't name names; Dottie Pepper chastises Team Wie

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Gary Player caused controversy at the British Open when he said he knew of players using steroids, but the hall of famer says he won't be naming any names. At, Dottie Pepper has some harsh words for those handling the career of Michelle Wie.… more »

California wildfires force Mickelsons to evacuate home

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Phil Mickelson and his family have left their home in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., because of the wildfires that have forced 500,000 people from Malibu to San Diego to evacuate their residences. Mickelson flew home after a corporate golf outing to be with hi… more »

Webster takes home Portugal Masters title; Cook wins AT&T Championship

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Steve Webster won the Portugal Masters Sunday with a final round 8-under-par 64. He defeated Robert Karlsson by two strokes for his second career title … John Cook carded a 6-under 65 Sunday to win the AT&T Championship, his first title on the C… more »

Allen leads Fry's Electronics Open, while Kaymer ahead in Portugal

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Michael Allen carded a 7-under-par 63 on his way to the lead in the first round of the PGA Tour's Fry's Electronics Open yesterday. Phil Mickelson is eight shots off the pace after a 71 at Scottsdale's Grayhawk Golf Club … Meanwhile, Martin Kaymer i… more »

Angel Cabrera wins PGA Grand Slam of Golf

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U.S. Open champion Angel Cabrera shot a 2-under-par 68 yesterday to force a playoff at the PGA Grand Slam of Golf with Padraig Harrington, winner of this year's British Open. Cabrera then beat Harrington with a birdie on the third extra hole for the titl… more »

Harrington leads PGA Grand Slam of Golf; Tiger Woods gets Gatorade sports drink

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British Open champion Padraig Harrington shot a 3-under-par 67 yesterday for a one-shot lead at the PGA Grand Slam of Golf at the Mid-Ocean Club in Bermuda. Angel Cabrera, the surprise winner of this year's U.S. Open, finished with a 69 for second …… more »

Wales Open to be held at 2010 Ryder Cup host course

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The Wales Open will be held at 2010 Ryder Cup host course Twenty Ten on the European Tour this year, according to a schedule released yesterday. Two new countries are also on the schedule, with the Indian Masters being played at the Delhi Golf Club in Fe… more »

Michelle Wie's agent resigns - second in two years to quit

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Following Michelle Wie's 19th-place finish at the Samsung World Championship, her agent has resigned from the William Morris Agency and will no longer represent the 18 year old. Wie's previous manager, Ross Berlin, a former PGA Tour executive, resigned f… more »

Ochoa wins Samsung World Championship, LPGA Tour player of the year award

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Lorena Ochoa earned her second consecutive LPGA Tour player of the year award with her victory at the Samsung World Championship this weekend. Ochoa finished with a 6-under-par 66 to defend her title and get her seventh win of the season. Mi Hyun Kim was… more »

Ernie Els tops Angel Cabrera to win the HSBC World Matchplay championship at Wentworth

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Ernie Els beat U.S. Open champion, Angel Cabrera, 6 & 4 in the final of the HSBC World Matchplay championship at Wentworth. It was Els' seventh World Matchplay title, a record. He said it could get his career back on track. more »

Bob May ahead at Open; Creamer, Park lead Samsung World Championship

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Bob May holds the first round lead at the Open after shooting an opening round 9-under-par 63 at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas yesterday. Jason Gore carded an 8-under 63 at TPC Canyons to trail May by a stroke. May has been struggling with injuries… more »

PGA Tour stars tee off at Open; ESPN to broadcast Masters

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The PGA Tour's Open kicks off today in Las Vegas at the TPC Summerlin and TPC Canyons golf courses. Mark Calcavecchia will be starting a four-tournament push at the event after a three-week break from professional competition. Scott Verplank and… more »