Shaun Micheel looks to cash in at World Match Play; Tiger watches Chelsea beat Liverpool; Ben Curtis a leader at 84 Lumber

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Shaun Micheel continued his hot play as he topped Robert Karlsson to make it to the final of the World Match Play Championship. Micheel will battle Paul Casey, who beat Colin Montgomerie to reach the final in the event where the winner will receive a who… more »

Wie doesn't cut it at 84 Lumber Classic; Former British Open champ Ben Curtis shares lead at the event

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Michelle Wie failed to make the cut at a PGA Tour event for the sixth time in her career Friday at the 84 Lumber Classic. Wie shot a 77 and 81, leaving her 13 shots short of making the cut … Meanwhile, Ben Curtis, a former British Open champion, sha… more »

Sorenstam won't play in LPGA Morelia Championship; Indian golf tour to start a week late

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Annika Sorenstam said yesterday that she will not compete in next month's LPGA Morelia Championship because she doesn't want to get burned out after playing a busy schedule this year. Sorenstam said, though, that she is excited about her upcoming Skins m… more »

Thompson leads 84 Lumber Classic after a 64; Wie finishes with 77 after Round One

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Nicholas Thompson leads the 84 Lumber Classic, after shooting a first round 64. Thompson, ranked 181 on the PGA money list, has a two shot lead over a group of six players that finished at 66 ... Michelle Wie finished her round with a 5-over 77 after… more »

Tiger Woods loses to Shaun Micheel at World Match Play Championship; Furyk also falls

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Tiger Woods' five tournament winning streak came to a halt at the hands of Shaun Micheel at the World Match Play Championships. World No. 2 Jim Furyk also lost, to Sweden's Robert Karlsson. Both Woods and Furyk lost 4 & 3 ... more »

Shaun Micheel aims to end Tiger Woods' winning streak at World Match Play Championship

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After the first 18 holes of their opening-round match at the World Match Play Championship in England, former PGA Champion Shaun Micheel is 3-up on Tiger Woods heading to the final 18 holes. A Micheel win would end Woods' current five-tournament winning… more »

Clarke says he's ready for Ryder Cup; LPGA Corning Classic donates $300,000 to charity; Sorenstam headlines LPGA Longs Drug Challenge

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Darren Clarke has once again said he is ready to compete in the upcoming Ryder Cup Matches, held at The K Club in Ireland Sept. 22-24. Clarke lost his wife to cancer in August. European team captain Ian Woosnam selected him as a wildcard pick earlier thi… more »

Wie hopes to make cut at 84 LUMBER Classic; PGA Tour signs Internet marketing deal; Funk will play in Southern Farm Bureau Classic

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Michelle Wie will play in this week's 84 LUMBER Classic in Farmington, Pa. Wie has never made the cut in a PGA Tour event, but she is optimistic she'll break through in Farmington … Turner Sports New Media, a division of Time Warner, will now prod… more »

PGA Tour commissioner remembers Berg's legacy; Miyazato wins Japan LPGA Championship; 84 LUMBER Classic starts this week

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PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem said yesterday that the golf world lost a pioneer and legend with the passing of Patty Berg, the founder of the LPGA Tour. Berg died Sunday in Florida. She was 88 … Shooting a final round 2-under 70, Ai Miyazato won… more »

Furyk wins Canadian Open; L.P.G.A. Tour founder dies at 88; Kerr defeats Sorenstam at John Q. Hammons Hotel Classic

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Jim Furyk won the Canadian Open yesterday, finishing with a 14-under 266 to defeat Bart Bryant by one stroke. Furyk, who is playing in the upcoming Ryder Cup Matches in Ireland, said he will defend the title next year … Patty Berg, who founded the L… more »

No Tiger at Canadian Open, so 26 players within three shots of the lead; Annika continues her Oklahoma domination

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Tiger Woods isn't playing at the Canadian Open, so what does that mean? It means 26 players are within three shots of the lead heading into weekend play. Jesper Parnevik, Camilo Villegas, Jonathan Byrd and Arron Oberholser start Saturday tied for the No.… more »

Boston trying to win back LPGA Tour: Canizares eyes PGA Tour; Russian golf explosion

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Greater Boston is looking to bring the LPGA Tour back to the area. Jay Monahan of the Fenway Sports Group is trying to bring the LPGA, a sponsor and a course together to arrange the first event in Massachusetts since the area.WEB.COM Challenge in 1999 in… more »

Michelle Wie stumbles to a first-round 78 against the men at Omega European Masters

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The first round is in the books at the Omega European Masters, and Michelle Wie will have her work cut out for her to make the cut at the event in Switzerland. Wie opened up with a 7-over-par 78 to leave her 12 shots behind leaders Anthony Wall, David Ca… more »

PGA Tour changing tune on drug testing; Singh a favorite at Canadian Open; three players still vying for LPGA player of the year award

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PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem intimated yesterday that the tour is considering a performance-enhancing drug testing program, following several weeks of saying there was no need for such a measure. The policy board will reportedly discuss the issue at… more »

Tiger Woods clinches PGA Player of the Year; Appleby to play for Australian PGA Championship; Michelle Wie against men in LPGA events

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Tiger Woods' win at the Deutsche Bank Championship this week not only gave him his fifth straight tour victory but also his eighth PGA Player of the Year award. Though the honor hasn't been awarded yet, no other player can catch Woods with only nine tour… more »