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Today in Golf
3/10/07 -- Jay Haas fired a 7-under 64 on Saturday to move into sole possession of the lead after the second round of the Toshiba Classic.
Is Annika still the best? This week in Mexico might give us an early feel.
3/9/07 -- Stacy Prammanasudh shot a 5-under 67 on Friday to take a one-stroke lead during the suspended first round of the MasterCard Classic.
3/9/07 -- India's Jyoti Randhawa shot a 4-under 68 Friday to take the lead through two rounds of the Singapore Masters.
3/9/07 -- Stephen Leaney watched a 40-foot birdie putt on the last hole tumble in for birdie.
3/9/07 -- Saying he was 'insulted' by the prospect of Tiger Woods' new tournament being treated like an invitational, Rich Beem said he would rally players against the PGA TOUR to make sure the event had a full field.
Week 2 in a series on the basics of stretching for golf.
3/9/07 -- Jay Haas, Fuzzy Zoeller, Ben Crenshaw, Tom Purtzer, Euardo Romero and R.W. Eaks shot 6-under 65s on Friday to share the first-round lead.
3/9/07 -- Annika Sorenstam and Lorena Ochoa are too concerned about their own games to pay much attention to each other in the MasterCard Classic.
3/8/07 -- Cliff Kresge holds a two-shot lead in the PODS Championship.
The Champions Tour is not about what has happened. It is about fierce competition right now.
The year's first men's major championship is nigh. Hard to believe it's upon us so fast.
3/8/07 -- The Golf Channel Amateur Tour is off and running for 2007 after last weekends annual Duel in the Desert in Las Vegas, NV.
If somehow, somewhere Seve Ballesteros was watching the second episode of The Big Break VII: Reunion, he is smiling.
The USGA is proposing changes to grooves. Its the right thing to do and the right time.
Tiger hits The Hill and everybody takes notice. And Rake Gate II at the Memorial?
3/7/07 -- Brandt Jobe had another injury to his left hand, this one from pushing a broom, not swinging a club. This time, he had reason to believe his career might be over.
3/7/07 -- The newest PGA TOUR stop will have a familiar moniker, as AT&T has signed on to sponsor the event that will be played in the Washington, DC area starting this summer.
3/7/07 -- Ryder Cup star Darren Clarke said Tuesday he'll ride out his barren patch by just plugging away and playing, and will not force any changes to his game.
It's hip to be square at the moment; controlling one's spin rate; and can COR decrease over use?