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2/2/05 -- Forget the genteel aura of golf. It's party time! The FBR Open -- formerly known as the Phoenix Open -- begins a four-day run Thursday.
By DAVID BRESLOW
Everybody wants to shoot lower scores. Every golfer I know would love to play with greater consistency as well.
2/2/05 -- Michelle Wie has accepted an invitation to play in the Evian Masters in France, and may also play in the Women's British Open.
2/2/05 -- Bernhard Langer has formally announced that he will attempt to become a playing member of the European team in 2006.
By BRIAN HEWITT
Last month people started whispering about the fact that Chad Campbell's bag was blank.
2/1/05 -- Christy O'Connor and John Panton have been accorded Honorary Life Membership of The European Tour.
By BRIAN HEWITT
2/1/05 -- I'm not sure how or why, but David Duval has become something of a lightning rod in golf.
By KELLY BLACKBURN
This is week four of our class Strength for You and Your Swing. In this series we will concentrate on strength exercises along with flexibility exercises to better your health and your golf swing.
2/1/05 -- Chris DiMarco's last PGA Tour victory came in this week's event, three years ago.
2/1/05 -- Just over a week away from his 50th birthday, Greg Norman is looking forward to being a rookie again.
2/1/05 -- The University of New Mexico men's golf team came storming back in the final round and a half to win
2/1/05 -- Ernie Els thinks golf technology and a more competitive PGA Tour means Tiger Woods won't be as dominant as he once was.
2/1/05 -- Jack Nicklaus says he doesnt how much longer he will have the opportunity to play alongside Arnold Palmer.
2/1/05 -- Reigning U.S. Open and U.S. Womens Open champions Retief Goosen and Meg Mallon, respectively, will be vying for their third titles in those events during the United States Golf Associations schedule of competitions in 2005.
2/1/05 -- There are few occasions when an athlete can make or equal history in his sport. Ernie Els has such an opportunity at this weeks Heineken Classic.
2/1/05 -- Not many PGA Tour players appeal to common folks like John Daly, so it's only fitting that the two-time major champion is helping to launch a national tournament aimed at the grass roots of golf - playing with friends.
By GEORGE WHITE
1/31/05 - Talk about horses for courses the only question is, why hasnt Justin Leonard won here before?
1/31/05 -- Final scores and earnings from the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.
1/31/05 - Arnold Palmer this year will not play in his Bay Hill tournament for the first time since the tourney moved to Bay Hilll.

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