Lorena Ochoa's star rising; LPGA Tour tees off in Thailand

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Lorena Ochoa's come from behind victory against Annika Sorenstam at the Samsung World Championship this weekend could signal a changing of the guards on the LPGA Tour. Sorenstam, 36, has dominated women's golf for years, but her strangle hold on the tour… more »

Clarke to play in Australian PGA Championship; Chinese university spotlights golf

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Darren Clarke, one of the heroes of the 36th Ryder Cup Matches, will play in the Australian PGA Championship in December, organizers of the event confirmed today. Clarke joins Adam Scott, the number four-ranked player, at the event, among other top playe… more »

Rookie Matteson wins Frys.com Open; Ochoa comes from behind at Samsung World Championship

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Rookie Troy Matteson won his first PGA Tour event yesterday at the Frys.com Open, shooting a final round 3-under 69. Matteson, 26, defeated Ben Crane and Daniel Chopra by one shot … Lorena Ochoa came from three shots behind Annika Sorenstam to win t… more »

Sorenstam takes command at Samsung while Frys.com Open stays open

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Annika Sorenstam moved one step closer to a third consecutive victory at the Samsung World Championship, carding a 66 to pull to a three-shot lead over Lorena Ochoa heading to the final round. A victory for Sorenstam would give her 70 in her illustrious… more »

Paula Creamer ties Sorenstam while Wie lags behind at Samsung; Arnold Palmer calls it quits

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Annika Sorenstam sits atop the leaderboard at 6-under along with Sophie Gustafson and Paula Creamer after the second round of the Samsung World Championship. Women's British Open champion Sherri Steinhauer is one shot off the lead after shooting a 67, wh… more »

Tway, Flesch share lead at Frys.com Open; Ochoa shines in California, while Wie stumbles

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Bob Tway and Steve Flesch are the first round leaders at the PGA Tour's Frys.com Open in Las Vegas, both finishing 8-under-par yesterday. Tway shot a 63 on the TPC Canyons course, Flesch a 64 … Meanwhile, Jim Furyk, who has won three times in Las Ve… more »

Michelle Wie begins second year as a professional; Furyk favored in Vegas

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Michelle Wie kicks off her second full year as a professional today at the Samsung World Championship. She was disqualified from the event last year for taking an improper drop … World number two Jim Furyk is a favorite at the PGA Tour's Frys.com Op… more »

New "Tiger Woods" video game hits stores; Sorenstam going for sixth Samsung World Championship

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"Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07" by Electronic Arts Inc. hit the shelves at stores yesterday. The video game, the latest in a series that has sold millions of copies, incorporates the swing changes that have returned Woods' to PGA Tour dominance … Twenty L… more »

Ochoa joins LPGA record books; Tilghman makes golf broadcasting history

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The $150,000 Lorena Ochoa won Sunday at the Corona Morelia Championship made her only the second player in the history of the LPGA Tour to earn more than $2 million in a season. Annika Sorenstam was the first LPGA player to do this, in 2001 … Kelly… more »

Love back on top at Greensboro Classic; Harrington wins the Dunhill Links Championship

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Davis Love III won his first PGA Tour event since 2003 yesterday with a two-shot victory at the Greensboro Classic in North Carolina. The win is a kind of redemption for Love, who was passed over by Tom Lehman as a captain's picks for the Ryder Cup Match… more »

Watney, Ochoa lead into the weekend, while Els and Singh contend in Scotland

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Nick Watney shot a 1-under-par 71 to head to the weekend at 9-under and with a one-shot lead at a rainy Chrysler Classic of Greensboro. Ryan Palmer and John Senden are a stroke back, with red-hot Eric Axley leading a group two shots off the lead ... L… more »

Three lead at PGA Chrysler Classic; Burton ahead after first round of Corona Morelia Championship

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Brent Geiberger, John Rollins and Nick Watney share the lead at the PGA Tour's Chrysler Classic of Greensboro after one round of play, each shooting a 64. Scores were impressively low all day at Forest Oaks Country Club … Brandie Burton shot a first… more »

Tiger Woods' legacy in the numbers; LPGA money leader Ochoa tries to win in Mexico

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As the golf world continues to look for ammunition in the debate over whether Tiger Woods is the greatest of all time, they're finding it in some pretty obscure statistics, as this story in the San Diego Union Tribune shows. Tiger Woods has won 54 of 200… more »

PGA Pro Hall of Fame to honor Nicklaus; Clarke retains PGA membership

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Jack Nicklaus will join six other inductees into the 2006 class of the PGA Professional Hall of Fame, the organization announced yesterday. "When you consider Jack Nicklaus' career as a player, you also see how much emphasis he placed on contributing… more »

Tiger Woods defends swing changes; Michelle Wie drops in LPGA rankings

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Tiger Woods said yesterday that his on course performance this year proves he made the right choice changing his swing after the 2000 season. Woods, who won his sixth consecutive PGA Tour event at the American Express Championship Sunday, was originally… more »
 
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