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Jason Day is blazing a path toward world No.1, while former No. 1 Adam Scott is facing a bit of professional turmoil. Read More
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10/29/07 -- Last year's Nationwide Tour Championship served as a microcosm of what the developmental circuit is all about.
10/29/07 -- The race for the 2007 European Tour Order of Merit crown ends this week with the last event of the season, the Volvo Masters.
10/29/07 -- The doctors gave Dicky Pride a 50-50 chance of surviving the surgery, even asking him if he had anything to say to his wife, just in case.
It took a little extra time, but one of the TOUR's most colorful players wins for the first time.
10/29/07 -- For the final stop in its 2007 schedule, the PGA TOUR is going to Disney World
10/29/07 -- Daniel Chopra captured his first PGA TOUR victory Monday, winning the weather-delayed Ginn sur Mer Classic at Tesoro.
10/29/07 -- The LPGA Tour wraps up its three-week swing in Asia this week with the Mizuno Classic.
10/28/07 -- Just when it looked as if Daniel Chopra would roll to his first PGA Tour win, things began to fall apart.
10/28/07 -- Gregory Bourdy of France shot a 3-under 67 to win the Mallorca Classic on Sunday, his first European Tour win.
10/28/07 -- Jim Thorpe successfully defended his title in the Charles Schwab Championship.
10/28/07 -- John Daly's PGA TOUR season is over. Daly withdrew from the rain-delayed Ginn sur Mer Classic after completing the third round Sunday morning.
10/28/07 -- Marc Turnesa drove into the water on the 18th hole Sunday, but made bogey, which was enough for his first Nationwide Tour win.
10/28/07 -- Seeking his first PGA TOUR victory, Daniel Chopra led by two shots over Bob Estes and Briny Baird through three rounds.
10/28/07 -- Suzann Pettersen made up for all those lost strokes with three big shots on the Pattaya Old Course's 479-yard, par-5 finishing hole.
10/27/07 -- Denis Watson shot a 4-under 68 on Saturday to take a one-stroke lead over defending champion Jim Thorpe and Brad Bryant.
10/27/07 -- Robert-Jan Derksen held a tentative one-shot lead when the third round of the Mallorca Classic was suspended Saturday night due to darkness.
10/27/07 -- The second round of the water-logged Ginn sur Mer Classic wrapped up Saturday morning.
10/27/07 -- This is the last chance for players to make get their PGA TOUR cards for 2008 via the money list. And there's nothing Mickey Mouse about it.
10/27/07 -- Suzann Pettersen didn't want to get too far ahead of herself after leaving everyone else behind in the Honda LPGA Thailand.

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