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Today in Golf
4/7/02 -- Carl Pettersson survived four days of wind and rain to win the Portuguese Open
His head buried deep inside his baseball cap, Tiger Woods would not le
4/7/02 -- Se Ri Pak outdueled Annika Sorenstam to win The Office Depot on Sunday, denying Sorenstam her second comeback victory in a row in the tournament.
4/7/02 -- Jimmy Walker shot a final-round 4-under 66 to win the Scottsdale Swing at Eagle Mountain
4/6/02 -- Se Ri Pak, usually playing in the shadow of Annika Sorenstam, will have a chance to take the spotlight when the two go head-to-head in the final round.
The Department of Transportation suspended work on a 22-mile Interstate res
4/6/02 -- Ken Duke of Florida had an up-and-down finish Saturday, allowing Texan Jimmy Walker to
4/6/02 -- Phil Mickelson's putter let him down again. Retief Goosen was there to take advantage Saturday.
4/6/02 -- Doug Tewell made an eagle from the fairway on the first hole Saturday -- a great start to a day that left him in the lead.
4/6/02 -- Carl Pettersson and David Gilford shared the lead at 2-under 142 through two rounds
The Royal Canadian Golf Association modified its position on amateur golfers turning professional Friday when it revealed its revised Rules of Amateur Status.
4/5/02 -- Se Ri Pak survived a water-logged double-bogey and rolled in seven birdie putts Friday on her way to a 4-under 68 and the first-round lead.
4/5/02 -- Carl Pettersson of Sweden moved six shots ahead of the field at 8-under-par Friday
4/5/02 -- The NAACP plans to remind PGA Tour fans about the civil rights group's tourism boycott
Nick Faldo has won the British Open three times, captured The Masters three times. Included in his crowns are six PGA Tour victories, the last of which was the 1997 Nissan Open.
4/5/02 -- Ken Duke fired a 7-under 63 to grab the lead after the second round of the Scottsdale Swing
4/5/02 -- Michelle Wie received a sponsor exemption to play in the Asahi Ryokuken International.
4/5/02 -- Steve Elkington and Phil Mickelson share the lead through the second round of the BellSouth Classic.
4/5/02 -- Ed Dougherty birdied the final two holes for a 6-under-par 66 and a one-stroke lead over Hale Irwin
4/5/02 -- Once the golf ends, the golf ball rhetoric begins.