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Today in Golf
Cristie Kerr left Interlachen on Sunday night with the same cocksure feeling she had when she won the U.S. Womens Open a year ago.
Teen star Vicky Hurst won her third Futures Tour title in seven starts this year.
Justin Hicks won the Wayne Gretzky Classic on Sunday for his first Nationwide Tour title.
Paula Creamer strutted to the first tee box for the final round of the U.S. Womens Open cloaked in her trademark pink and just one shot off the lead..
This wasnt exactly the way Annika Sorenstam thought it would end, if this actually was the end.
Greg Norman and Chris Evert were married Saturday in a sunset ceremony on Paradise Island in the Bahamas according to People magazine.
Kenny Perry joined a short list of multiple champions at the 50th Buick Open.
And she's also the youngest woman ever to win the U.S. Women's Open at the tender age of 19.
Two weeks away from her 20th birthday, Inbee Park became the youngest winner of the U.S. Womens Open.
Loren Roberts led all the way in his first win of the year.
Lorena Ochoa lined up for an 8-foot birdie putt on her final hole of the day, hoping to conclude a miserable day on a high note.
Stacy Lewis is making her professional debut one to remember.
Even in some of her lowest moments in golf, Michelle Wie never had so little to gain.
Casey Wittenberg posted a 4-under 67 on Saturday to vault to the top of the leaderboard after the third round of the Wayne Gretzky Classic.
A new book examines the eternal bond.
Daniel Chopras tendency to be wild off the tee and accurate from the rough led Todd Hamiltons caddie to give him a nickname at the Buick Open.