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Heavy rain and gusty wind - other than that, Saturday's Honda Classic weather was just ducky. They'll try again Sunday and finish on Monday. Read More
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Four-time PGA Tour winner Patrick Reed is once again contending, and his wife, Justine, is a big reason why. Read More
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Rory McIlroy showed up at the Honda Classic ready to hone his game for the Masters. Which makes his missed cut all the more puzzling. Read More
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7/14/05 -- Unfazed by playing in Thursday's first round with Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson, Luke Donald shot a 4-under 68 at St. Andrews.
7/11/05 -- Janice Moodie posted a 6-under-par 66 Thursday to take the lead after the first round of the BMO Canadian Women's Open.
7/14/05 -- While Jack Nicklaus is again on the verge of saying goodbye to the Open Championship, Tiger Woods is again in position to win it.
7/14/05 -- Matt Hendrix and Glen Day each fired rounds of 9-under-par 63 Thursday to share the lead after the first round of the B.C. Open at En-Joie Golf Club.
7/14/05 -- The two-minute silence observed Thursday at the British Open took on special meaning for Tiger Woods.
7/14/05 -- The two-minute silence observed Thursday at the British Open took on special meaning for Tiger Woods.
7/14/05 -- Retief Goosen opened the British Open with a 4-under 68 Thursday, just two strokes behind early leader Tiger Woods.
Ji Kim on a unique way to play out of the Road Hole bunker on the 17th hole at St. Andrews.
Ji Kim shows how to get out of the Road Hole bunker on the 17th hole at St. Andrews.
7/13/05 -- David Duval had a 12:10 p.m. starting time for his final practice round Wednesday, but he didnt join his group until the fourth fairway.
7/13/05 -- One moment he's laughing, the next he's pouting. One moment he's choking, the next he's being accused of cheating.
7/13/05 -- Two teenagers, Angela Park and Mari Chun, won their first-round matches on Wednesday at the 2005 U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship.
7/13/05 -- Michael Campbell is walking like a champion these days, 10 years down the road from his first flirtation with greatness at St. Andrews.
By DAVID BRESLOWPositive thinking is better than negative thinking, right?
7/13/05 -- The names Tiger Woods must master at this British Open are not the usual suspects he faces at other major championships, like Singh or Mickelson or Els.
By MERCER BAGGS
7/13/05 -- Luke Donald will play alongside Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson in the first two rounds of the 134th Open Championship.
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7/13/05 -- The last 60 hours were still a blur for Sean O'Hair when he trudged off the Old Course at St. Andrews late Wednesday afternoon after his only practice round for the British Open.
7/12/05 -- Two teenagers, Angela Park and Mari Chun, registered 6-under-par totals of 136 Tuesday to share medalist honors after the second day of stroke play.
7/13/05 -- Michelle Wie continues to test her game against her male counterparts and on Wednesday took a big step, defeating Will Claxton 1-up in the first round.

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