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Today in Golf

1/31/05 -- Justin Leonard's win at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic on Sunday helped him leap 16 spaces in the latest Official World Golf Ranking.
1/31/05 -- The 19th-ranked BYU Cougars jumped out to a two stroke lead after 32 holes before play was suspended due to darkness at the PING Arizona Intercollegiate on Monday at Arizona National Golf Club at Sabino Springs.
1/31/05 - Talk about horses for courses the only question is, why hasnt Justin Leonard won here before?
1/31/05 -- Stuart Appleby has been very busy since successfully defending his title in the PGA Tour's season-opening Mercedes Championships.
1/31/05 -- Final scores and earnings from the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.
1/30/05 -- Hale Irwin captured his sixth victory and fifth in a row at the Turtle Bay Championship on Sunday.
1/30/05 -- Justin Leonard collected his ninth career PGA Tour victory Sunday, winning the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.
1/30/05 -- Tiger Woods' caddie was released from a hospital Sunday after having surgery on his left hand.
1/30/05 -- Simon Wakefield, who earned his place at the Dimension Data Pro-Am via Mondays pre-qualifier, held on to win the championship by four shots from Nic Henning at Sun City on Sunday.
1/30/05 -- I was fully expecting, as an attendee of the spectacular PGA Show, to receive an expensive goody bag when I arrived.
1/30/05 -- Nick Dougherty earned his first European Tour title Sunday as he closed the Caltex Masters with a 5-under 67 to finish at 18-under-par 270.
1/30/05 -- Vance Veazey got away with an even-par 70 on Sunday, which was enough to win the BellSouth Panama Championship.
1/30/05 -- The seventh season of the Mutual of Omaha Drive, Chip & Putt Junior Challenge will begin Feb. 12 in San Diego, Calif., with the hope of introducing the game of golf to more than 35,000 kids in 2005.