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Today in Golf

8/15/05 -- Here's a look at how U.S. players on the Presidents Cup bubble fared at the PGA Championship.
8/14/05 -- Phil Mickelson soared and then stumbled, and somehow finished ahead of everyone else Sunday in the PGA Championship.
8/14/05 -- With the outcome of the 87th PGA Championship completely up in the air, play was called for the day at Baltusrol.
8/14/05 -- Englands Kirsty Taylor completed a wire-to-wire victory to claim her first professional title at the Wales Ladies Championship of Europe at Machynys Peninsula G&CC.
8/14/05 -- Steve Elkington's chance at a big anniversary celebration will have to wait an extra day.
8/14/05 -- Business notes from Aldila, Wilson, True Temper and more.
8/14/05 -- U.S. Women's Amateur champ Morgan Pressel failed to repeat her title in the Women's North & South Amateur
8/14/05 -- Sun Young Yoo carded a 4-under 68 on Sunday to win the Betty Puskar Futures Golf Classic. Yoo completed the tournament at 12-under-par 204.
8/14/05 -- The last time Sweden's Mikael Lundberg held a 54-hole lead, he faded disastrously on the final day. He would not let it happen again.
8/14/05 -- American teenager Paula Creamer shot a 4-under 68 Sunday to hold off Ai Miyazato - Japan's most popular player - to win the NEC Karuizawa tournament.
8/14/05 -- Jeff Overton was conceded a short par putt on the 18th hole Sunday to give him a 1-up win over Nigel Edwards, as the United States captured the Walker Cup over Great Britain and Ireland.
8/14/05 -- Davis Love III spent a lot time Sunday looking skyward, but there was no rainbow at this PGA Championship, just storm clouds.
8/14/05 -- Roger Tambellini, who lost in a playoff last week to Jason Gore, fired a 7-under 65 in the final round Sunday to win the Price Cutter Charity Championship.