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The PGA Tour's 2014-15 schedule doesn't reflect it, but in the perception of the top pros, Thursday at Doral is Opening Day. Read More
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This week's chatter surrounds Padraig Harrington's win and Rory McIlroy's early exit. Read More
With PGA National's hazards swallowing up player after player, Padraig Harrington emerged from the depths to win. Read More
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7/7/05 -- Jason Gore, who shared the 36-hole lead at the U.S. Open, shot a 6-under 66 on Friday to join four others in a tie atop the leaderboard after two rounds
7/8/05 -- Latest field for the 134th Open Championship at St. Andrews.
7/8/05 -- Beth Daniel fired a 6-under 65 Friday to grab the lead through two rounds of the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic.
7/8/05 -- The terror attacks in London won't affect the British Open.
By GEORGE WHITE
7/8/05 - Everyone, it seems, has a word or a thousand to say about Michelle Wie. Below is a sample of the flood of e-mails commenting on my Thursday column.
By KRAIG KANN
Heres what Shaun Micheel said last week at the Cialis Western Open. We cant all be Tiger Woods and contend each week.
7/8/05 -- Michelle Wie played her final four holes in 3 over Friday to miss the cut by two strokes at the John Deere Classic.
7/8/05 -- Chris Couchs career has been anything but consistent. Known as a streaky player, the last 10 years have been marked by dramatic peaks and valleys.
7/6/05 -- Maarten Lafeber fired a 7-under 63 Friday to move to the top of the leaderboard after two rounds of The Barclays Scottish Open.
7/8/05 -- The John Deere Classic won't be Michelle Wie's last appearance on the PGA Tour.
7/8/05 -- Mike Grob shot a 3-under 68 on Friday to share the second-round lead of the MTS Classic.
7/8/05 -- Ironman Dana Quigley shot a 6-under 66 on Friday to move into the lead at the halfway point of the Ford Senior Players Championship.
7/8/05 -- Former British Open champions Tom Lehman and Ernie Els don't expect anyone to skip St. Andrews.
7/8/05 Julie Turner's first-round elation was short-lived today when the CIGNA Chip In For A Cure Futures Golf Classic was washed out.
By KATHERINE ROBERTS
Sixy-three percent of golfers will experience low back strain due to the stress of the body from the golf swing.
7/8/05 -- Dan Marino remembers when his young son was diagnosed with autism 15 years ago.
Greg Norman shares chipping advice that helped Adam Scott win on tour.

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