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Today in Golf
3/21/02 -- Brad Andrews of Queensland is the leader after the first round of the Scenic Circle Hotels
3/21/02 -- Olivier David of France shot a 6-under-par 66 to take the first-round lead at the Madeira Island
3/21/02 -- Round 1 goes to the winds and rain which lashed the TPC at Sawgrass Thursday.
3/20/02 -- First, can we please dispense with any and all talk regarding The Players as the
3/20/02 -- Overheard on the practice range at TPC: This moment in the golf industry
3/20/02 -- Seve Ballesteros criticized his protege Sergio Garcia, saying he had asked for money to play in next month's Seve Trophy.
3/20/02 -- Se Ri Pak withdrew from this week's Welch's/Circle K Championship due to a sprained right wrist
3/19/02 -- Des Smyth returns to the Santo da Serra Golf Club in Portugal this week for the 10th playing
3/19/02 -- All the invitations are in ' save one. The Masters will invite the champion of this weeks
3/19/02 -- So Tiger Woods is Tiger again, steamrolling all the stick-swingers who dare
3/19/02 -- Rachel Teske cruises into Tucson, Ariz., this week full of confidence for the $800,000 Welchs
3/19/02 -- After the Mercedes Championships this year, Sergio Garcia could hardly have been
3/18/02 -- In 1996, Fred Couples became the first golfer ever to win two Players Championships
3/18/02 -- Hammerin Hank Kuehne wore out our Golf Channel crew with conversation all week at the Texas Challenge,
3/18/02 -- Craig Parry and Peter O'Malley, currently the two leading golfers on the PGA Tour of Australasia
3/18/02 -- Theyre all here, everyone from Tiger Woods to Adam Scott.
3/18/02 -- Michael Campbell chipped in for birdie on the final hole of the Bay Hill Invitational to finish
3/17/02 -- Dana Quigley made a 10-foot par putt on the final hole, holding off Fuzzy Zoeller and
3/17/02 -- Hey folks, Kraig Kann here in Austin, Tex., for the Canadian Tour's Texas Challenge
3/17/02 -- Tiger Woods shot a final-round 3-under 69 to earn his 30th career PGA Tour victory and become the first player to win the tournament three years in a row.