Archives for: November 2007

Donald Trump's proposed golf course in Scotland rejected

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Donald Trump's plans to build an exclusive golf course in Aberdeen, Scotland, have been denied by a Scottish Council, The Associated Press is reporting today. "Mr. Trump is shocked, extremely disappointed and dismayed at this decision," George Sorial,… more »

Jane Park ahead at LPGA Q-School; Three lead New Zealand Open

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Jane Park has a two-stroke lead after the first round of the LPGA Final Qualifying tournament after opening with a 7-under-par 65 yesterday at LPGA International. The top 17 players after the fifth round Sunday will receive 2008 LPGA Tour cards … Cr… more »

Stephen Ames wins Skins Game; Montgomerie, Warren victors at World Cup

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Stephen Ames earned a $675,000 paycheck Sunday by winning the Skins Game in Indian Wells, Calif. Ames finished with nine skins for his second consecutive victory in the event … Colin Montgomerie and Marc Warren won the World Cup Sunday. They defeate… more »

Euro Tour to introduce FedEx Cup-like playoffs; Wayne Gretzky to host Nationwide Tour event

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The European Tour will introduce its own version of the FedEx Cup in 2009. The "Race to Dubai" will feature a points system similar to the PGA Tour's playoffs and culminate with the Dubai World Championship, carrying a whopping $10 million purse … H… more »

Lorena Ochoa wins ADT Championship; Jimenez earns Hong Kong Open title

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World No. 1 women's golfer Lorena Ochoa took home the $1 million prize at the ADT Championship Sunday. The Mexican golfer shot a final-round 4-under-par 68 to defeat Natalie Gulbis by two strokes … Miguel Angel Jimenez shot a 3-under 67 yesterday at… more »

Few changes to 2008 FedEx Cup; PGA Tour to start drug testing next year

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The PGA Tour announced Tuesday only minor changes to the 2008 FedEx Cup playoff schedule. The biggest change is a bye week that will have play resuming with the Tour Championship after the Ryder Cup Matches … The PGA Tour will begin drug testing nex… more »

Curtis Strange, Hubert Green enter World Golf Hall of Fame

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Curtis Strange and Hubert Green were inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame last night. Strange won consecutive U.S. Open titles and Green lifted the top trophy at the U.S. Open and PGA Championship. Also inducted yesterday, 30-year-old Se Ri Pak is t… more »

Mickelson wins HSBC Champions; Paula Creamer dominates Tournament of Champions

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It wasn't pretty, but Phil Mickelson managed to win the HSBC Champions tournament yesterday in a three-way playoff with Ross Fisher and Lee Westwood. Mickelson shot a final round 2-over 74 for his fourth victory of 2007 and an $833,000 pay check … M… more »

Paula Creamer shares lead at Tournament of Champions

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Paula Creamer shot a 5-under-par 67 yesterday to share the first-round lead with Meg Mallon at the Tournament of Champions. They are two strokes ahead of Suzann Pettersen, Natalie Gulbis, Pat Hurst, Mi Hyun Kim and Seon Hwa Lee … Pro Football Hall o… more »

Ames wins PGA Tour's Children's Miracle Network Classic

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Stephen Ames won the Children's Miracle Network Classic Sunday with a final round 4-under-par 68. He defeated Tim Clark by a stroke for his third career PGA Tour victory … U.S. Open champion Angel Cabrera held off Vijay Singh to win the Singapore Op… more »

Three share lead at Singapore Open, with Mickelson two shots back

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Gavin Flint, Kane Webber and Jin Park share the lead after the first round of the $4 million Singapore Open, having all shot 5-under-par 66s today. Phil Mickelson and K.J. Choi are at 3 under … "I scored well and got the ball into the hole well," Mi… more »
 
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