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During the 134th Open Championship almost all eyes were on winner Tiger Woods and his second victory at St. Andrews. The ones that werent watching Tiger take home his 10th major of his PGA Tour career were watching European favorites Ian Poulter and Colin Montgomerie.
7/21/05 -- Loren Roberts failed to break par in his Champions Tour debut. But his 1-over 72 was still good enough for the first-round lead in the Senior British Open.
7/21/05 -- Paula Creamer and Christina Kim each shot 4-under 68 Thursday to earn a share of the lead through two rounds of the Evian Masters.
7/21/05 -- Ben Crane's 8-under 62 made him the clubhouse leader when play was suspended for the day at 6:30 p.m., after a second rain delay of about an hour.
7/21/05 -- First-round action at the Deutsche Bank Players' Championship of Europe was washed out on Thursday.
By GEORGE WHITE
7/21/05 - I imagine we all know a guy like Dana Quigley. The 58-year-old ends a streak today that is impressive indeed
7/21/05 -- Matt Bettencourt fired a 9-under-par 63 on Thursday to take the lead after the first round of the Canadian PGA Championship at Whistle Bear Golf Club.
7/21/05 -- History has shown, that some of the best golf in the world might be seen this week at Brown Deer Park for the US Bank Championship.
7/21/05 -- Morgan Pressel, the co-runner-up at the U.S. Women's Open this year, was upended in third round play Thursday at the U.S. Girls' Junior.
7/21/05 -- The LPGA turned down a 15-year-old girl who wanted a chance to qualify for a spot on the women's tour in 2006.
7/21/05 -- Kevin Tway, the son of PGA Tour player Bob Tway, defeated medalist Sam Saunders in the second round Thursday.
By DAVID BRESLOW
The game of golf just as the game of life is loaded with paradox.
7/20/05 -- Kevin Hall never heard the words come out of Tiger Woods' mouth when Woods gave him a golf tip years ago. That's because Hall is deaf.
7/20/05 -- Marisa Baena, Lynnette Brooky and Carin Koch fired a pair of 6-under 66s Wednesday to share the first-round lead
7/20/05 -- The Governing Board of the Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR) has increased the minimum points levels for the Asian Tour, Nationwide Tour and European Challenge Tour effective Jan. 1, 2006.
By BRIAN HEWITT
7/20/05 -- At last weeks Open Championship Greg Norman freely lashed at the ball with the characteristic uncoil.
7/20/05 -- Morgan Pressel, the co-runner-up at the 2005 U.S. Women's Open, advanced to the third round of match play at the 57th U.S. Girls' Junior on Wednesday.
7/20/05 -- Sam Saunders, the grandson of golfing great Arnold Palmer, won three of the first six holes and defeated Ben Blundell 6-and-5 Wednesday in the first round of match play at the U.S. Junior Amateur.
7/19/05 -- The Canadian PGA Championship was first staged in 1912 and is Canada`s second oldest event.
7/19/05 -- For the first time in eight years, Dana Quigley will be doing something different during a Champions Tour event -- watching on television.

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