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Today in Golf
6/18/07 -- This week is the 40th PGA Professional National Championship, a golf tournament for golf club professionals and teachers who are members of the PGA of America.
6/18/07 -- Masters champion Zach Johnson rolled in a 15-foot birdie putt on the final hole Monday.
6/18/07 -- Jeong Jang won the Wegmans LPGA last year, adding to her victory at the Women's British Open the previous season.
6/18/07 -- No longer just a soccer power, the championship playing field is getting more crowded all the time in Argentina.
6/18/07 -- Natalie Gulbis and Juli Inkster will try and beat the boys in the two-day CVS Caremark Charity Classic.
6/18/07 -- It's a testament to the tournament's importance that so many players who competed at the U.S. Open have entered this field as well.
6/18/07 -- This week's host course, Nashawtuc, gains its name from an American Indian term meaning 'between two rivers.'
6/17/07 -- Jack Nicklaus figures at least one of his major championship records is safe.
6/18/07 -- J.J. Henry made this tournament his first win last year when it was called the Buick Championship.
6/18/07 -- John Daly won two skins and $30,000 at the Telus World Skins on Monday, taking advantage of Colin Montgomerie's missed opportunities.
In Backspin, we take a look back on the biggest stories, including Tiger's and Furyk's major disappointment.
6/18/07 -- Angel Cabrera's unexpected win at the U.S. Open on Sunday produced an expected result.
6/18/07 -- Last year, Hunter Haas shot four rounds under 70 to beat Parker McLachlin by five shots at 19-under 269.
6/18/07 -- Phil Mickelson withdrew from this week's Travelers Championship to rest his inflamed left wrist that he injured while preparing for the U.S. Open.