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3/31/02 -- Dave Eichelberger won his first Senior PGA Tour event in three years Sunday when rain wiped out the final round of the Emerald Coast Classic.
3/31/02 -- Jeff Quinney of Scottsdale slipped into cruise control and coasted to his first professional
PGA Tour (75x100)Chrysler will assume the title sponsorship of the Tucson Open.
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4/2/02 -- Welshman Phillip Price travels to the Vale do Lobo Golf Club this week in quest of his
3/31/02 -- Vijay Singh won his first PGA Tour title since the 2000 Masters, closing with a 4-under 68 Sunday for a six-stroke victory.
3/30/02 -- Annika Sorenstam, Liselotte Neumann and Karrie Webb share the lead entering the final round of the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
The Golf Channel's Drive, Chip & Putt Jr. Golf Skills Competition Results


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3/30/02 -- Vijay Singh shot a 6-under-par 66 Saturday and extended his lead over Darren Clarke to three strokes.
Jaejean Ro carded a final-round 67 and then beat Michelle Fuller in a playoff to capture the Florida Hospitals Futures Challenge at the Sun N Lake Golf & Country Club in Sebring, Fla.
Threesome shares the lead upon the conclusion of round three.
3/30/02 -- Jones overpowers Neumann.
3/30/02 -- Dave Eichelberger shot his second straight 5-under-par 65 Saturday at The Moors Golf Club to take a two-stroke lead over Doug Tewell.
3/30/02 -- On a day when ideal scoring conditions sent scores plummeting, Jeff Quinney of Scottsdale
3/29/02 -- In two weeks, Vijay Singh could enter the Masters winless on the PGA Tour since his 2000 triumph at Augusta National. Hes hoping it doesnt come to that.
3/29/02 -- In the prosecution and reporting, some care is called for
Ty Votaw, the LPGA Commissioner, announced in his annual State of the Tour address that the top-90 players on the money list must compete in every tournament on the LPGA schedule during a four-year pe
3/29/02 -- Liselotte Neumann remains in the lead by two-strokes over the rest of the field in the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
3/29/02 -- Dana Quigley, seeking his second straight Senior Tour victory, shot a 7-under 63 on Friday to take a two-stroke lead in the Emerald Coast Classic.