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8/5/06 -- Billy Mayfair, a five-time winner on the PGA Tour, was diagnosed with testicular cancer earlier this week at the Buick Open and had surgery in Arizona.
8/5/06 -- Ryan Armour and Craig Bowden each carded rounds of 5-under 66 Saturday to move to the top of the leaderboard after three rounds of the Cox Classic.
8/4/06 -- Juli Inkster held onto her lead at the Women's British Open with an even-par 72 Friday, while Michelle Wie took a two-shot penalty for a 74.
8/5/06 -- Tiger Woods bogeyed his first hole after the re-start Saturday morning and fell one shot behind leader Brett Quigley at the Buick Open.
8/5/06 -- Sweden's Robert Karlsson established a course record with a 9-under 63 on Saturday and shares the lead with Nicolas Colsaerts.
8/5/06 -- Curtis Strange posted a 6-under 66 on Saturday to grab the second-round lead of the 3M Championship.
8/5/06 -- One had to think American Brock Mackenzie was due for a slip at the Casino de Montreal Open for the Players Championship. When it came, Calgarys Wes Heffernan was ready to pounce.
8/5/06 -- Tiger Woods closed in on his second straight victory with a big assist from a fan Saturday.
8/5/06 -- Sherri Steinhauer fired a flawless 6-under 66 at the Women's British Open on Saturday.
8/4/06 -- Brock Mackenzie carded a 5-under 67 Friday, but his lead shrunk to one stroke with the second round of the Montreal Open suspended due to darkness.
8/4/06 -- Tiger Woods birdied three straight holes Friday to take the lead in the suspended second round of the Buick Open.
8/4/06 -- Mark Roe shot a 7-under 65 Friday to share the lead with Nicolas Colsaerts at 10-under 134 after the second round of the Scandinavian Masters.
8/4/06 -- The Canadian Open will return to Glen Abbey Golf Club for the 24th time in 2008, the Royal Canadian Golf Association announced Friday.
8/4/06 -- Se Ri Pak withdrew from the Women's British Open on Friday because of a neck injury.
8/4/06 -- Andy Bean birdied three of his final four holes Friday for a 5-under 67 and a one-stroke lead over six players after the first round.
8/4/06 -- Juli Inkster held onto her lead at the Women's British Open with an even-par 72 Friday, while Michelle Wie took a two-shot penalty for a 74.
8/4/06 -- Bradley Hughes posted a 5-under 66 on Friday to take the lead midway through the Cox Classic.
8/4/06 -- Michelle Wie was penalized two strokes at the Women's British Open on Friday for making contact with a piece of moss behind her ball.
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The number one injury in golf is the back, specifically the lumbar spine.
8/3/06 -- Marc Warren, Benn Barham and Nicolas Colsaerts shot 5-under 67s Thursday to share the first-round lead at the Scandinavian Masters.

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