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By MERCER BAGGS
6/5/06 -- Monday at Canoe Brook Country Club, Wie almost made history. She should have made history. But she didnt make history.
By BRIAN HEWITT
6/5/06 -- The reporting day started early Friday. It was raining in Dublin, Ohio, home of The Memorial.
6/5/06 -- Michelle Wie failed in her bid to become the first woman to play in the U.S. Open, teasing a frenzied gallery for 27 holes until three straight bogeys.
6/4/06 -- Robert Karlsson started Sunday in search of several European Tour records. Instead, he stumbled to a 2-over 71, which was still good enough for a three-stroke win at the Wales Open.
6/4/06 -- Carl Pettersson stands at 11 under as third-round play at The Memorial Tournament was finished up Sunday morning.
6/4/06 -- Brenden Pappas birdied his final two holes on Sunday to move past Charlie Wi and earn his first Nationwide Tour victory at the Rex Hospital Open.
By MERCER BAGGS
6/4/06 -- Michelle Wie will be attempting to become the first female player to qualify for a mens major championship this Monday.
6/4/06 -- Gil Morgan overcame a two-shot deficit with two holes to play on Sunday, snatching a victory at the Allianz Championship away from Loren Roberts when Roberts double-bogeyed the 17th hole
6/4/06 -- Seon Hwa Lee fired an eight-under 63 on Sunday to come from behind and earn her first LPGA Tour title at the ShopRite LPGA Classic. She finished at 16-under-par 197 for a three-shot victory at the Bay Course at Seaview Resort & Spa.
6/4/06 -- Sweden's Carl Pettersson closed with a one-under 71 to win the Memorial on Sunday.
6/4/06 -- Michelle Wie has played eight tournaments against men, but none of them have been quite like this.
6/4/06 -- Song-Hee Kim posted a 3-under 69 on Sunday to win her second Futures Tour title of the season at the Aurora Health Care Championship.
6/4/06 - Robert Karlsson started Sunday in search of several European Tour records. Instead, he stumbled to a two-over 71, which was still good enough for a three-stroke win
By CASEY BIERER
6/3/06 -- I must say, in no uncertain terms, interviewing Jack Nicklaus about the Nicklaus Golf Equipment Company last week was an experience I will treasure for the rest of my life.
6/3/06 -- Brenden Pappas fired a 6-under 65 Saturday to grab a two-stroke lead after three rounds of The Rex Hospital Open.

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