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By GEORGE WHITE
5/3/06 - If theres a category for playoffs lost in a most interesting manner, you would have to consider Jim Furyk.
5/8/06 -- Despite Tiger Woods' understandable absence this week, the EDS Byron Nelson Championship has major star power in the field.
5/8/06 -- Jim Furyk's playoff victory over Trevor Immelman on Sunday vaulted him two places to No. 5 in the latest Official World Golf Rankings.
5/8/06 -- One of the strongest fields to date this season on the European Tour is assembling at the Belfry for the Quinn Direct British Masters.
5/8/06 -- Floridas Brett Stegmaier and Georgia Techs Cameron Tringale have been named joint winners of the Southern Golf Associations National Amateur of the Month Award for April.
5/7/06 -- Michelle Wie shot a 2-over 74 Sunday to finish out of title contention at the shortened SK Telecom Open, where she made the cut in a men's tournament for the first time.
5/7/06 -- Brad Bryant went 3-under par over his last three holes and Mark McNulty went 3-over in his final two holes to give Bryant the title on Sunday at the Regions Charity Classic.
5/7/06 -- A year after losing in a playoff, Jim Furyk won the Wachovia Championship in sudden death.
5/7/06 -- Cristie Kerr overcame a four-stroke deficit to win her seventh LPGA Tour title.
5/7/06 -- South Korean teenager Song-Hee Kim won a record-tying playoff Sunday in the Futures Tour's IOS Classic, beating 2004 NCAA champion Sarah Huarte with a routine par on the ninth extra hole.
5/7/06 -- Australian Andrew Buckle, a Nationwide Tour rookie, posted a 3-under 69 on Sunday to cruise to his first win at the Virginia Beach Open.
5/7/06 -- Francesco Molinari finished off a spectacular week of golf with a 7-under 65 on Sunday to pull away for a four-shot win at the Italian Open.
5/6/06 -- Australian Andrew Buckle, a Nationwide Tour rookie, fired an 8-under 64 on Saturday to take the 54-hole lead at the Virginia Beach Open.
By CASEY BIERER
5/6/06 -- A Q&A with Adams Golf's Tim Reed, Vice President, Research and Development.

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