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10/28/05 -- Loren Roberts, this year's JELD-WEN Tradition champion, shot 3-under 69 Friday to earn a share of the lead at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship.
10/27/05 -- Jean Van de Velde, who blew the British Open six years ago on the final hole, will attempt to enter next year's women's British Open.
10/27/05 -- Colin Montgomerie's bid to clinch an eighth Order of Merit title got off to a good start Thursday when he shot 4-under 67 to share the first-round lead
By GEORGE WHITE
10/27/05 - Sometimes you learn a lot more about people in their moments of failure than you do in their moments of success.
10/27/05 -- David Morland IV, Kevin Durkin and Jon Mills all posted rounds of 5-under-par 67 on Thursday to share the first-round lead of the Nationwide Tour Championship.
10/27/05 -- Lonnie Nielsen took a one-shot lead at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship on Thursday, but the leaderboard was just as crowded as the standings.
10/27/05 -- Jeff Brehaut fired a 6-under-par 65 on Thursday to take the first-round lead of the Chrysler Championship.
10/26/05 -- Grace Park is hoping a trip home is just what the doctor ordered to turn around a season that has been sub-par according to the South Korean star's standards.
10/26/05 -- Joe Steranka, who has spent the last 18 years as a broadcast executive for the PGA of America, was appointed chief executive officer Wednesday.
By BRIAN HEWITT
10/26/05 -- There are two more chances for the PGA Tour rank and file to get or keep their cards.
10/26/05 -- Michelle Wie will start 2006 much like the past two years -- competing against men on her home island. But this time around, she'll be playing for pay.
10/26/05 -- In the latest episode of The Big Break IV ' USA vs. Europe, the two teams are wisked away to a secret golfing location.
By DAVID BRESLOW
You send yourself messages all the time on and off the golf course.
10/26/05 -- The Chrysler Championship isn't the final full-field event of the season, but it is the last event to determine the field for next week's Tour Championship.
10/25/05 -- The European Tour wraps up its 2005 campaign with the playing of the Volvo Masters at the Club de Golf Valderrama in Spain.
By GEORGE WHITE
10/25/05 - Jay Haas is learning quickly how to survive on the Champions Tour and really like it. He won again last week
10/25/05 -- Although the British Open is now open to women, don't get the idea the Royal & Ancient rolled out the red carpet.
By KELLY BLACKBURN
When you think of athletes with washboard abs, golfers arent the first people who come to mind.
10/25/05 -- Results from stage one qualifing for the 2006 PGA Tour
10/25/05 -- Vijay Singh will join world No. 1 Tiger Woods and other top golfers at next month's Champions Tournament in Shanghai.

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