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8/12/06 -- Steve Collins fired a 4-under 66 on Saturday to move into the lead through three rounds of the Xerox Classic.
By KATHERINE ROBERTS
I will admit that I am a research junkie. I love to read the latest scientific research on the biomechanics of the golf swing.
8/11/06 -- Jennie Lee, the only player from the victorious U.S. Curtis Cup team remaining in the field, was ousted during the quarterfinals of the U.S. Women's Amateur on Friday.
8/11/06 -- Angela Stanford shot 2-under 70 Friday to maintain her advantage in the CN Canadian Women's Open.
8/11/06 -- Lorena Ochoa broke Annika Sorenstam's course record by a stroke with an 8-under 65 Friday to share the second-round lead with the Swede at the Scandinavian TPC.
By KRAIG KANN
8/11/06 --Two weeks to go and then its decision time for Tom Lehman. These two weeks are huge, but who among us actually believes that Lehman will make his Captains selections based on just the final two weeks?
8/11/06 -- Two weather delays Friday totaling over four hours forced the second round of the KLM Open to be suspended and its completion pushed to Saturday morning.
8/11/06 -- Richard Johnson posted a 2-under 68 on Friday to take the lead midway through the Xerox Classic. He stands at 6-under-par 134.
8/11/06 -- Patrick Sheehan scored 8 points Friday before rain halted play to take sole possession of the clubhouse lead in The International.
8/11/06 -- Phil Mickelson came to Colorado to fine-tune his game for the upcoming PGA Championship.
8/10/06 -- Annika Sorenstam shot a bogey-free 7-under 66 Thursday at the TPC of Scandinavia, breaking the record on her home course to take the first-round lead.
8/10/06 -- Angela Stanford shot a bogey-free, 8-under 64 Thursday to take a three-shot lead after the first round of the CN Canadian Women's Open.

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