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Today in Golf
12/16/06 -- Trevor Immelman, a two-time former champion, birdied his final four holes Saturday to polish off a 9-under 63 and move ahead after three rounds.
12/16/06 -- Playing captain Grace Park and Hee-Won Han beat Julieta Granada and Morgan Pressel 1-up in best-ball play Saturday to help Asia take a 7-5 lead over the International team in the Lexus Cup.
12/16/06 -- U.S. Open champion Geoff Ogilvy fired a 5-under 67 to take the lead away from the tournament host.
12/15/06 -- Annika Sorenstam and Carin Koch beat Joo Mi Kim and Sakura Yokomine 3 and 2 on Friday in alternate-shot play to help the International team tie Asia 3-3 after the first round of the Lexus Cup.
12/15/06 -- Tiger Woods fired his second straight 4-under 68 Friday to take the lead after two rounds of the Target World Challenge.
12/15/06 -- Patrik Sjoland of Sweden shot a course-record 8-under-par 64 Friday, making birdies on his last four holes to take a one-stroke lead halfway through the South African Open.
12/14/06 -- There is no denying that one of the biggest sports stories of 2006 was the continuing saga of teen-ager Michelle Wie.
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12/14/06 -- Henrik Stenson shot 6-under 66 Thursday to grab the first-round lead in the Target World Challenge.
12/14/06 -- The Solheim Cup will be played for the first time in Ireland in 2011.
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12/14/06 -- Ernie Els, a three-time winner and last year's runner-up, shot a 5-under-par 67 on Thursday to share the first-round lead of the South African Airways Open.
12/13/06 -- Tiger Woods may be the No. 1 player in the world, but judging by the strong field at this year's Target World Challenge, U.S. domination is over in men's golf.
12/13/06 -- The Skins Game, a Thanksgiving, Silly Season tradition, will move to the Celebrity Course at Indian Wells Golf Resort, it was announced on Tuesday.
12/13/06 -- Last year the Nationwide Tour made sporadic national headlines following Jason Gore's run at the U.S. Open, his 59 in the Cox Classic and his battlefield promotion to the PGA TOUR.
12/13/06 -- The coveted Order of Merit title brings many things with it, including a lengthy tour exemption. In 2005, Colin Montgomerie claimed his eighth Order of Merit crown.