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Rory McIlroy is world No. 1. Jordan Spieth was last week. Jason Day may be next week. Things are very interesting at the top. Read More
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11/3/07 -- U.S. Open champion Angel Cabrera shot a 1-under 70 to double his lead to four strokes after the third round of the Singapore Open on Saturday.
11/3/07 -- Scott Verplank surged into a share of the lead at the Children's Miracle Network simply by making pars.
11/3/07 -- Japan's Momoko Ueda had a 5-under 67 to move into a tie for the lead with Britain's Laura Davies at the Mizuno Classic on Saturday.
11/2/07 -- Scott Verplank and Tag Ridings are separated by one shot atop the leaderboard at Disney and by more than $2.76 million in season earnings.
11/2/07 -- U.S. Open champion Angel Cabrera shot an 8-under 63 on Friday to take the lead midway through the Singapore Open.
11/2/07 -- Michael Letzig followed his tournament-record 60 with a 5-under 66 on Friday to increase his lead to four strokes.
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11/2/07 -- Britain's Laura Davies shot a 7-under-par 65 on Friday to take a one-stroke lead on a windy opening day at the Mizuno Classic.
11/2/07 -- JJustin Rose had a 3-under 68 Friday for a four-shot lead over European Order of Merit rival Padraig Harrington.
My pro caddy debut came to a close Friday as my boss, Jay Williamson, missed the cut.
Kraig Kann's caddy debut conjures up a few amusing partnerships that will never be.
10/29/07 -- Michael Letzig shot a course-record, 11-under 60 on Thursday to take a three-stroke lead in the season-ending Nationwide Tour Championship.
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11/1/07 -- Disney golf courses already are loaded with lakes and ponds, and steady rain over the last several days have left the Magnolia and Palm courses under water.

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