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Today in Golf
7/6/01 -- After weeks of sitting around waiting for his body to heal, Davis Love III is back.
Michael Sims overcame the odds Friday afternoon, beating Georgia Techs Bryce Molder with a birdie on the 38th hole of the 101st North and South Amateur Championship in Pinehurst, N.C.
7/6/01 -- Mikael Lundberg fired a 7-under 65 Friday afternoon to take a commanding lead in the Smurfit European Open
7/6/01 -- Rob Bradley joined John Rollins at the top of the leaderboard through 36 holes.
7/6/01 -- Bob Gilder shot a bogey-free 65 to take the first-round lead.
7/6/01 -- To Mark His Passing, Some Memories of a Golf Pioneer
Sergio Garcia and Tom Kite each were named Players of the Month for J
7/5/01 -- In a field consisting of Woods, Mickelson, Love and Singh, Mark Wiebe is the surprise leader.
7/5/01 -- Ely Callaway, founder of the Callaway Golf Co., died early Thursday morning at his home in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif
NCAA Collegiate Player of the Year Bryce Molder defeated Wynn Solle in 19 holes and then disposed of Nicholas Thompson 2-and-1 Wednesday to advance into the quarterfinals of the 101st North and South
7/5/01 -- Add this month's British Open to the growing list of events Notah
While his native country mourns, golfer Lewis Chitengwa will make one final trip t
7/5/01 -- John Rollins shot his lowest round of the year to take the day-one lead.
7/5/01 -- Michael Campbell reeled off five birdies over his first eight holes Thursday to finish part of a five-way
The United States claimed a 37-23 victory against Japan Thursday in the 26th edition of the Collegiate Golf Championship.
Australian lefthander Nick OHern will miss the next six weeks after he was d
7/5/01 -- Alicia Dibos and Fiona Pike each posted rounds of 4-under 67 Thursday to share the first-round
PGA of America officials have announced that the Sea Island Golf Club in Sea Island, Ga.
The United States Golf Association has approved a re-written version of the Rules of Amateur Status, which will be effective January 1, 2002.