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7/19/06 -- Tiger Woods didn't have much of a stay at Winged Foot, leaving after two days. He'd like to hang around a little longer this week at Royal Liverpool, site of the Open Championship.
7/19/06 -- Nine of the top-10 players on the money list are competing this week at the Price Cutter Charity Championship, including money leader Tripp Isenhour.
7/19/06 -- Kevin Tway and medalist Arnond Vongvanij both won matches on Wednesday at the U.S. Junior Amateur to advance to the second round at Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club.
7/19/06 -- No one was quite sure what to expect when they arrived at the 135th British Open, which starts Thursday, because it has not been at Royal Liverpool in 39 years.
By DAVID BRESLOWIn my last article I identified 5 of the top 10 performance issues most often presented by clients.
7/19/06 -- For the first time since the B.C. Open became a regular tour stop in 1972, it won't be played in Broome County at En-Joie Golf Club in Endicott.
7/19/06 -- The lengthening list of American winners at the British Open hurts the Europeans a little more each year. Now they're convinced the pain will go away.
7/19/06 -- Mina Harigae, a day after earning medalist honors in stroke-play, won her first two matches of the U.S. Girls' Junior Championship to advance to the third round at Carmel Country Club.
7/19/06 -- Drug testing will take place at a golf tournament for the first time in October, though the Royal & Ancient is confident the sport does not have a doping problem.
By GEORGE WHITE
7/19/06 -- Warren Bladon didn't get his big break by winning on a reality TV show. Instead, he got it when his girlfriend paid his entry fee and he qualified for this week's Open Championship.
7/19/06 -- For those hoping to see a heavyweight fight on the first tee Thursday at the British Open, they'll have to settle for golf.
By BRIAN HEWITT
7/19/06 -- What do the Beatles have to do with this week's Open at Hoylake? More than you might imagine.
7/18/06 -- During Tuesdays practice round at this historic course along the Irish Sea, the temperature was climbing into the 80s beneath a brilliant blue sky.
By GEORGE WHITE
7/18/06 -- Confessions of a Yankee who has played Hoylake many times ' well, seven or eight...The club is quite stodgy and ver-ry British.
7/18/06 -- Colin Montgomerie rolled his eyes and tried to conceal that devilish smile. So, is he still trying to get over the U.S. Open? No, no affects at all, he replied.

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