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9/23/06 -- Darren Clarke says he and Lee Westwood were the only people who weren't surprised when they were named to Europe's Ryder Cup team.
9/23/06 -- The European team took 2 1/2 points in the Saturday foursomes and will carry a big 10-6 lead into the Sunday singles at the Ryder Cup.
9/23/06 -- Karrie Webb birdied the last three holes Saturday to close a round of 6-under 66 and take a five-shot lead after three rounds of the Longs Drugs Challenge.
9/23/06 -- The European team took 2 1/2 points in the Saturday foursomes and will carry a big 10-6 lead into the Sunday singles at the Ryder Cup.
9/23/06 -- Often brilliant as individuals, the United States' best just can't seem to find a way to play with each other.
9/23/06 -- Scott Verplank must be wondering why Tom Lehman picked him for the Ryder Cup; Johnny Miller might have been getting on the nerves of U.S. players without even knowing it.
9/22/06 -- He hugged everyone, his playing partner, captain, caddie, his opponents and their caddies, too, even one of their wives.
9/22/06 -- The Reno-Tahoe Open will remain part of the PGA TOUR for at least four more years following a vote Tuesday by members of the Montreux Golf & Country Club.
9/22/06 -- Helped by Darren Clarke's emotional victory, Sergio Garcia's clutch play and a late mistake by Jim Furyk, Europe took a slim lead after a closely fought opening day at the Ryder Cup.
9/22/06 -- Jose Maria Olazabal and Serigo Garcia won the first point of the 36th Ryder Cup. Is this the next great Spanish duo?
9/22/06 -- Karrie Webb shot a 2-under 70 in windy conditions Friday to join Jeong Jang in the lead after two rounds of the Longs Drugs Challenge.
9/22/06 -- It should have been Padraig Harrington's day at the Ryder Cup.
9/22/06 -- Helped by Darren Clarke's emotional victory, Sergio Garcia's clutch play and a late mistake by Jim Furyk, Europe took a slim lead after a closely fought opening day at the Ryder Cup.
9/22/06 -- Eric Axley shot a bogey-free 7-under 63 on Friday for a share of the second-round lead with D.A. Points in the Texas Open.
9/22/06 -- Brett Wetterich and Vaughn Taylor can debate whether it was better to have played and lost than never to have played at all.
By MERCER BAGGS
9/22/06 -- The Europeans once again have the lead after Day 1 of the Ryder Cup. And they have all the momentum.
9/22/06 -- Fran Quinn and Ricky Barnes both shot 4-under 68 on Friday to share the second-round lead at the suspended Oregon Classic.
9/22/06 -- Tiger Woods got the Ryder Cup victory he badly needed Friday, then Darren Clarke trumped it with a win that helped his aching heart as much as his European team.
By CASEY BIERER
9/22/06 -- A Conversation with Craig Ramsbottom, President, The Bag Boy Company.
9/21/06 -- Far removed from the Ryder Cup matches this week in Ireland, Europeans Justin Rose and Alex Cejka shot 6-under 64s on Thursday to share the first-round lead in the Texas Open.

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