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Today in Golf

7/29/05 -- Ernie Els, the No. 3 ranked player in the world, underwent surgery on his left knee Thursday following an incident while on a sailing vacation last week.
Dating back to 1916, when The Professional Golfers Association of America had a meeting to discuss the future of their organization, an idea was conceived for a national championship.
Running late for your tee time, changing your shoes in the parking lot and not taking the time to warm up is the norm on a summery Saturday at most golf courses.
7/29/05 -- South Korea's Jeong Jang took a four-stroke lead into the weekend at the Women's British Open after a second-round 66 on Friday
7/29/05 -- Tiger Woods shot an 11-under 61 Friday in the second round of the Buick Open, matching the best round of his career and the tournament record.
7/29/05 -- Kevin Durkin posted a 5-under 66 on Friday to take a two-stroke lead after two rounds of the Wichita Open.
7/29/05 -- Tom Watson shot a 6-under 65 to pull into a tie with Craig Stadler and Loren Roberts midway through Friday's second round of the U.S. Senior Open.
7/29/05 -- Marc OHair, the much-maligned father of PGA Tour player Sean OHair, responded to his many critics Friday in a 17-page fax to The Golf Channel.
7/29/05 -- Did you watch it? The Battle at the Bridges. The ratings say you probably didnt. Prime-time means entertainment. Entertainment should come first.
7/29/05 -- Aside from a couple of dog days of summer, Pinehurst is as it always seems to be; a near perfect setting for some of the worlds best golf.
7/29/05 -- Bradley Dredge fired an 8-under 63 Friday to take the second-round lead at the Scandinavian Masters. He stands at 13-under-par 129.
7/29/05 -- Tom Watson, last week's Senior British Open winner, fired a 6-under 65 on Friday to grab a piece of the second-round lead of the U.S. Senior Open.
7/29/05 -- Arnold Palmer, the king of seven Grand Slam events and five more as a senior, bid an emotional farewell Friday to his 50-year major championship career.