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PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem has been named the recipient of the 2002 PGA of
Virginia Beach, VA - Cliff Kresge chipped in for eagle from 45 feet out on the second playoff hole to defeat Arron Oberholser and win his first Buy.com Tour event at Virginia Beach Open.
Rancho Santa Fe, CA - Former Major League Baseball pitcher Rick Rhoden posted a four-under 67 Sunday to cruise to a four-stroke victory at the Stan Humphries Celebrity Classic.
Canadian Derek Gillespie bent but didnt break under the pressure Sunday to notch his first professional win at the Canadian Tours Myrtle Beach Barefoot Championship.
The 2001 Canadian
The 2001 Canadian
Clemson junior D.J. Trahan has been selected to receive the 2002 Ben Hogan Award as the nation's top male college golfer.
Birmingham, AL - Sammy Rachels birdied the second playoff hole Sunday to defeat Dana Quigley and win the Bruno' Memorial Classic.
England's Justin Rose shot a final round one-under 69 Sunday to win the Japan PGA Tour's Chunichi Crowns.
5/4/02 -- Cliff Kresge fired a five-under 67 Saturday to join Patrick Sheehan
5/4/02 -- Scott Hend of Australia will go in search of his first Canadian Tour victory
5/4/02 -- Malcolm Mackenzie, who hasn't found the winner's circle in 508 career starts
5/4/02 -- Larry Nelson posted a six-under 66 Saturday to grab the 36-hole lead
5/4/02 -- Weather makes a mess of things in Stockbridge, GA.
5/3/02 -- Larry Nelson and Dana Quigley share the lead at seven-under par
5/3/02 -- Robbins finished with 64, others not so lucky.
1 Kyle Smith (8) Woodtsock, GA
2 Mackenzie Tolbert (7) N. Augusta, SC
That dust from the Augusta Past Champions decision settled a bit more Monday when Augusta National chairman Hootie Johnson placed a telephone call to Nicklaus as he was returning from the Tradition in
5/3/02 -- Trevor Immelman fired a bogey-free, career-best round to take second round lead in France
5/3/02 -- David Hearn of Brantford, ON, who is finding the top of the leaderboard familiar territory in recent weeks
1). Jacob White (7) Greenville, SC
2). Julian Taylor (8) Greenville, SC
5/3/02 -- Korean-born K.J. Choi shot 7-under-par to lead after round two.