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Today in Golf

3/17/02 -- Adam Scott of Australia won the Qatar Masters by a full six strokes Sunday, closing with a 5-under
3/17/02 -- Peter O'Malley posted his fourth consecutive sub-70 score Sunday and breezed to a five-stroke
3/17/02 -- Rachel Teske birdied the second playoff hole to beat defending champion Annika Sorenstam
3/17/02 -- American Hank Kuehne held off a relentless charge from Jason Bohn and Steve Runge Sunday to win
3/17/02 -- Arnold Palmer's grandson plays in the final round; Bizarre incident leads to a pair of disqualifications; News and Notes from Bay Hill.
3/17/02 -- Paul Runyan, the former PGA champion known as 'Little Poison' for beating
3/16/02 -- Jay Sigel shot a 1-over-par 73 in cold and windy conditions Saturday to take a one-stroke lead
Hal Sutton_PGA Tour standout Hal Sutton, a Shreveport native, was back in his home
3/16/02 -- Tiger Woods unexpectedly allowed the field to narrow the gap entering the final round of the Bay Hill Invitational.
3/16/02 -- Adam Scott remained three shots ahead at the Qatar Masters, posting a 3-under 69 in Saturday's
3/16/02 -- All through Saturdays third round of the Texas Challenge, Canadian Darren Griff heard
3/16/02 -- Annika Sorenstam zeroed in on her third win in as many tournaments, shooting a 4-under-par
3/16/02 -- Australia's Peter O'Malley carded a bogey-free, 5-under 67 Saturday to move into the lead
3/16/02 -- How many once-famous people are forgotten 100 years after their birth? Yet a century after he came into
3/15/02 -- Adam Scott holed out from the fairway for an eagle that helped him open a three-shot lead
3/15/02 -- Tiger Woods fired the low round of the tournament, a 7-under-par 65, to take a hefty lead into the weekend at the Bay Hill Invitational.
3/15/02 -- Dana Quigley posted a 5-under 67 on Friday to join Tom Wargo, Bob Gilder and Sammy Rachels
3/15/02 -- When the ruled start prodding the rulemakers
Polly Riley, an amateur golfer who won the LPGA Tour's first sanctioned event in 1950 and competed in the Curtis Cup six times, has died of cancer.
Riley, 75, died Wednesday at her home
3/15/02 -- Bryce Molder and Joel Kribel each shot rounds of 3-under 69 Friday to maintain their position