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10/21/04 -- Tom Kite fired an 8-under-par 64 on Thursday to take the opening-round lead of the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship.
10/21/04 -- The Canadian team only managed a 1-over 145 on Thursday to stay in the lead after the second day of the Women's World Amateur Team Championship.
How often do you allow poor shots or outcomes to linger with you during a round of golf? Do you spend time focusing on, or reacting to shots and situations that happened on the second hole while youre playing the fifth hole or even further down the line?
10/21/04 -- Julien Clement of Switzerland shot a 7-under-par 64 on Thursday to take a two-shot lead after the opening round of the Open de Madrid.
10/21/04 -- The LPGA Tour announced on Thursday that a second event in Mexico has been added to the tour's 2005 schedule. The Corona Morelia Championship will be staged April 21-24, 2005 at Tres Marias Residential Golf Club in Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico.
10/21/04 -- J.L. Lewis fired a 10-under-par 62 Thursday to take a two-shot lead after the opening round of the Funai Classic at Walt Disney Resort.
10/20/04 -- Call 2004 the year of the curse of the U.S. Amateur winner. Ryan Moore, who won this grand old USGA title over the summer at Winged Foot, hasnt yet been affected. But he might do well to study the jinx that has been visited on this tournaments winners going back 10 years now.
10/20/04 -- Vijay Singh has won his last three PGA Tour events, and five of his last six. Next up is the Funai Classic at Disney
10/20/04 - Canada, spurred by a championship record low round of 67 from Mary Ann Lapointe, took the first-day lead at the Womens World Am.
10/20/04 -- LPGA Tour rookie Isabelle Beisiegel shot a wind-blown 8-over 80 Wednesday, improving slightly on the second day of a regional PGA Tour qualifying tournament.
10/19/04 - It was the 54th time in her career that she did it ' 54 times that she broke the heart of the second-place finisher.
10/19/04 -- Michelle Wie's season ended Sunday at the Samsung World Championship, where she tied for 13th in the elite, 20-player field at Bighorn.
10/19/04 -- Even though two players had already been sent packing, the remaining eight competitors looked as if they were becoming a little too relaxed
10/19/04 -- The Charles Schwab Cup Championship marks the 31st and final official event on the 2004 Champions Tour schedule. As the season comes to a conclusion, we countdown the top 5 tournaments this year.
10/19/04 - The Golf Channel takes viewers inside the 2005 PGA Merchandise Show for the first time in the 52-year history of the event.
10/19/04 -- Chris Smith now wishes he had brought his family to the Funai Classic at Disney, where they could have spent the week at the Magic Kingdom.
This week add more power off the tee. Easy to follow exercises featured in The Natural Golf Makeover Challenge.
10/19/04 -- It comes down to thisone last event to maintain your Tour card for the 2005 season.
10/19/04 -- The Nelson Mandela Invitational presented by Coca-Cola will start the Sunshine Tour portion of the South African PGA Tour on Nov. 27-28.
Not that long ago it was unusual for a player to earn more than a million dollars in one season. In the not-so-distant future it will not be unusual for a player to need to make a million dollars in a year to keep his card.