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J.B. Holmes (62) had no problems Thursday at Doral, but several players are still not too happy about the changes at the Blue Monster. Read More
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Today in Golf

8/2/05 -- Korean In-Kyung Kim, the first-round leader, shot a 1-under 71 on Tuesday to earn medalist honors.
8/2/05 - So here comes Vijay, revving up the engine two or three times while wondering if anyone wants to join him.
Touring professionals know that winning on the tour today takes much more than skill on the course.
8/2/05 -- Phil Mickelson had a busy weekend, starting with a back-to-school shopping spree for needy children in San Diego on Saturday, then a lengthy practice session across the country the next two days at Baltusrol Golf Club to get ready for the PGA Championship.
8/2/05 -- Oh, the days dwindle down to a precious few. Arnold Palmer is on the countdown.
8/2/05 -- The fight for PGA Tour cards continues this week as the Nationwide Tour tees it up in Omaha, Neb., for the Cox Classic.
8/2/05 -- The silver lining is that Ernie Els may come back stronger than ever.
8/1/05 -- John Daly is suing The Florida Times-Union and its Web site, alleging he was defamed by a columnist who called him a thug who allegedly beats women.
8/1/05 -- The International, with its scoring system and course elevation and calendar date, isn't the ideal tune up for a major championship.
8/1/05 -- Korean In-Kyung Kim, 17, shot a 4-under par 68 Monday and leads the 2005 U.S. Women's Amateur after one round of stroke play qualifying.
8/1/05 -- Colin Montgomerie returns to action this week for the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles.
8/1/05 -- Ernie Els confirmed Monday that the injury to his left knee, first disclosed last week, is a rupture to the anterior cruciate ligament, commonly referred to as the ACL.
7/31/05 -- Playing along side the best women's golfer in the world and among the sport's biggest names, Jeong Jang stole the show for her first career win.
7/31/05 -- Joe Daley birdied the first playoff hole Sunday to win the Wichita Open. Daley was joined in the playoff by Shane Bertsch.
7/31/05 -- Allen Doyle fired an 8-under 63 on Sunday to erase a nine-shot deficit in the final round and win the U.S. Senior Open.
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7/31/05 -- Mark Hensby parred the second playoff hole Sunday to edge Henrik Stenson and win the Scandinavian Masters.
7/31/05 -- Eighteen-year-old Jane Park is back again, trying to win the U.S. Womens Amateur Championship for a second time.
7/31/05 -- One day after leaving Tiger Woods in the dust, Vijay Singh cruised to a repeat victory in the Buick Open.
7/31/05 -- Two of the biggest names in golf, senior or otherwise, lingered near the leaderboard but never really threw a scare into the leaders in Sunday's final round of the U.S. Senior Open.