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Today in Golf
2/22/02 -- Brandel Chamblee continued his quest for his first PGA Tour title since 1998 Friday.
Colin Montgomerie may not play anymore in the U.S.
2/22/02 -- Annika Sorenstam responded to an opening round 74 with an eight-under 64
2/22/02 -- Tiger Woods committed Friday to next weeks Genuity Championship at the Doral Resort and Spa in Miami, Fla.
2/22/02 -- Ireland's James Loughnane sighed with relief when he signed for a 66 to claim a one-stroke
2/22/02 -- Pairings and tee times for the quarterfinals of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.
2/21/02 -- Karrie Webb shot a three-under 69 in the opening round of the Australian Ladies Masters Thursday.
2/21/02 -- Michael Allen fired a bogey-free 64 to take the lead in the first round of the Touchstone Energy Tucson Open.
2/21/02 -- Tiger Woods gets beat in the first round at the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship and, immediately, he has a reason.
2/21/02 -- Nick O'Hern of Australia fired an 8-under 64 to set a new course record and grab the lead.
Tigers gone and Im reminded of what 1999 finalist Andrew Magee said to me when I asked him last week if he was at all put off
2/21/02 -- In only his second appearance as a professional on the Sunshine Tour, rookie Thomas Aiken
2/20/02 -- Sorenstam and Webb face off at the Evian Ladies European Tour's season-opening event.
Davis Love III only had one ironed shirt.
2/20/02 -- The top three seeds were shocked Wednesday at the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship.
2/20/02: Companies vie for pro iron usage; Nike ships clubs, more: This moment in the golf industry
2/19/02 -- Mike McCullough won for the first time in 178 starts on the senior circuit last year in Puebla, Mexico.
2/19/02 -- Rising European star Justin Rose dropped out of the Singapore Masters
2/19/02 -- While 64 of the worlds best players battle for a $1 million first-place prize at La Costa, the rest of the best are in Arizona.