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Tiger Woods is slowly proving that he's not done yet, and looked like his old self for the second straight day at the Quicken Loans National. Read More
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The tournament host put on a show Friday, and Tiger Woods is back to where he used to be – near the top of the leaderboard. Read More
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6/30/07 -- Denmark's Soren Hansen fired a 5-under 66 Saturday to take a one-shot lead through three rounds of the Open de France.
6/30/07 -- Angela Park shot a 69 to finish at 5-under 137 and take a two-stroke lead Saturday over three others after two rounds at the U.S. Women's Open.
6/30/07 -- Roland Thatcher has been close all year. After shooting a 3-under-par 69 to hold a one-stroke lead over Paul Claxton at the PeekN Peak Classic.
6/30/07 -- Tom Pernice Jr. had an eagle and four birdies during a five-hole run and his 66 Saturday gave him the third-round lead at the topsy-turvy Buick Open.
6/30/07 -- Another tournament, another withdrawal for Michelle Wie.
6/30/07 -- A marathon day ended with a loud crack of thunder, but not before Lorena Ochoa and Cristie Kerr charged up the leaderboard.
The golf has been pretty good from the outset. And its getting better as it inches its way to a conclusion.
6/30/07 -- Lonnie Nielsen had a stretch of five birdies in seven holes on the back nine Saturday and his 7-under 64 gave him a record-tying three-stroke lead.
6/29/07 -- Paul Claxton fired his second straight round of 6-under 66 Friday to grab a four-stroke lead after two rounds of the Peek'n Peak Classic.
6/29/07 -- Simon Khan shot a 4-under 67 Friday to take a one-stroke lead over Paul McGinley and Colin Montgomerie after the second round of the French Open.
Michelle Wie's woes, a new chapter for Tiger and the continuing saga of John Daly.
6/29/07 -- Alexis Thompson is now one better than Morgan Pressel in two areas at the U.S. Women's Open.
6/29/07 -- Jim Furyk, Brett Quigley and Kenny Perry took different routes on Friday but all ended up in the same place.
6/29/07 -- A beachside guest house owned by Tiger Woods was destroyed by fire Friday.
6/29/07 -- Alexis Thompson made it to the weekend at the U.S. Women's Open, but not exactly in the way she wanted to.
After more weather delays, we're a long way from finished at this U.S. Women's Open.
6/29/07 -- Loren Roberts had his low round of the year, a 7-under-par 64 Friday, to take a one-stroke lead over Eduardo Romero.
6/29/07 -- An air horn, the most annoying sound in golf, resonated across Pine Needles on Friday to signal another delay brought on by lightning.

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