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6/4/07 -- Sofie Andersson of Sweden shot a 2-under 70 on Sunday to come from behind and win the Aurora Health Care Championship on the Duramed FUTURES Tour.
They were dropping like flies on the PGA and LPGA tours. But K.J. Choi, for his part, created a big buzz.
In Backspin, we take a look back on the biggest stories this past week in golf -- with a spin.
6/5/07 -- This week, defending champion Marcus Brier, will be joined in the field by three members of the last European Ryder Cup team.
6/3/07 -- Nicole Castrale captured her first career LPGA Tour win in the first-ever Ginn Tribute Hosted by Annika.
6/3/07 -- Jack Nicklaus said the balance of power in the game is tilting, perhaps necessitating a change in how teams are formed for the Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup.
6/3/07 -- Richard Sterne of South Africa made a 7-foot putt on the final hole Sunday to win the Wales Open.
6/3/07 -- John Riegger birdied the final hole Sunday to close a round of 4-under 68 and win the LaSalle Bank Open by a single stroke.
6/3/07 -- K.J. Choi shot 7-under 65 Sunday to win the Memorial Tournament.
6/3/07 -- Loren Roberts fired a 6-under 65 on Sunday to cruise to victory at the Boeing Championship at Sandestin.
6/2/07 -- Despite three late bogeys, Lorena Ochoa shot a 2-under 70 Saturday for a three-stroke lead at the rainy Ginn Tribute.
6/207 -- Rod Pampling shot 4-under 32 on the back nine Saturday to surge into the lead through three rounds of the Memorial Tournament.
6/2/07 -- Jay Haas, the reigning Champions Tour Player of the Year, shot a 6-under 65 on Saturday to move in front after two rounds.
6/2/07 -- One guy set a tournament record with seven consecutive birdies -- all on the front side -- and then was 10 strokes worse on the back nine.
6/2/07 -- Bradley Dredge and European tour rookie Martin Kaymer of Germany each shot a 4-under-par 65 Saturday to share the third-round lead.
6/2/07 -- Stanford shot a 1-over 281 Saturday and ran away with the NCAA tournament by 12 shots.
6/1/07 -- Duke's Michael Schachner broke the NCAA tournament record with a 10-under 60 on Friday, and Stanford took a two-stroke lead over Coastal Carolina with one round left.
6/2/07 -- Nineteen-year-old Jason Day, John Riegger and Tag Ridings all shot 4-under 68s on Saturday to share the third-round lead.
The only surprise about Bandon Dunes is that St. Peter isn't at the gate letting people in.