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Today in Golf

10/10/05 -- Final scores and earnings from Tiger Woods' playoff victory over John Daly at the WGC - American Express Championship in San Francisco.
10/10/05 -- The idea of making a comfortable transition from the broadcasting booth to the golf course has gone by the wayside for Curtis Strange.
10/10/05 -- Talk about bonus coverage. Daly vs. Woods in overtime. Who says golf cant compel and compete during football season?
10/10/05 -- Jim Furyk is a three-time champion of the Michelin Championship at Las Vegas. But this tournament has been very kind to many of its recent winners.
10/9/05 -- Australian David McKenzie birdied the 72nd hole to defeat Jon Mills by a stroke on Sunday and win the Gila River Golf Classic.
10/9/05 -- Tiger Woods won the WGC-American Express Championship Sunday when John Daly missed a 2-foot par putt on the second hole of sudden death.
10/9/05 -- Given the overwhelming praise of Harding Park, it won't be long before San Francisco's fabled municipal golf course gets another premier tournament.
10/7/05 -- Michelle Wie will make her professional debut at the Samsung World Championship, beginning next Thursday on The Golf Channel.
10/9/05 -- England's John Bickerton ran away with his first European Tour title on Sunday with a 3-under 68 in his final round at the Abama Open de Canarias.
10/9/05 -- Jay Haas, a nine-time winner on the PGA Tour, picked up his maiden Champions Tour title with a two-stroke victory at the Greater Hickory Classic.
10/9/05 -- Chile's Nicole Perrot earned her first LPGA Tour victory Sunday, rallying from a two-shot deficit to win the Longs Drugs Challenge.
10/8/05 -- England's John Bickerton put himself in good position for his first European Tour victory with a 2-under 69 at the Abama Open de Canarias on Saturday.
10/8/05 -- John Daly hit one ball so far that it sailed over the green and led to double bogey. He hit another one so far that he had only an 8-iron into the 552-yard 10th hole for an eagle.
10/8/05 -- Australian David McKenzie posted a 5-under 67 on Saturday to cruise into the lead after three rounds of the Gila River Golf Classic.
10/8/05 -- Graeme McDowell got the best and worst of Harding Park. For 17 holes in the third round, he had no bogeys on his card and had shot himself into contention.