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Today in Golf
12/30/06 -- A season of great interest and intrigue gets underway as the 2007 PGA TOUR kick-starts a new campaign at the Mercedes-Benz Championship.
12/29/06 -- Tiger Woods decided Friday to skip the season-opening Mercedes-Benz Championship.
12/28/06 -- They asked a few years ago in a commercial, What will Phil do next? We ask now, Will Phil recover from his Winged Foot hangover?
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12/27/06 -- Lorena Ochoa learned at an early age to aim high and not be afraid to fail.
12/27/06 -- It was, even by Tiger Woods standards, an exceptional year: eight PGA TOUR victories.
12/27/06 -- While living in the White House, former President gerald Ford swam every day, skied regularly and played golf and tennis better than most other presidents, historians say.
12/26/06 -- Tom Byrum suffered the biggest heartache at the final stage of PGA TOUR qualifying when he finished bogey-bogey.
12/26/06 -- Starting the season in Hawaii usually means a player is coming off a good year on the PGA TOUR.
12/25/06 -- Tiger Woods had an answer for everything.
12/24/06 -- Coupled with the fact that the Americans suffered yet another humiliating loss at the Ryder Cup was the fact that the U.S. is seemingly at a loss when it comes to up-and-coming talent.
12/22/06 -- The 2006 PGA TOUR season saw big wins on the course, some big losses off the course and the usual dramatic and sometimes strange endings.
12/22/06 -- Over the first six months of the 2006 PGA TOUR season, there was talk as to who the best player in the world was.
12/20/06 -- Phil Mickelson was on top of the golf world. And then came the 72nd hole at Winged Foot Golf Club.
12/20/06 -- Hawaii pro golfer Michelle Wie has donated $25,000 to a paralyzed Illinois teen athlete. Wie made the donation after she found out football player Travis Hearn doesn't have insurance.
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