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Today in Golf

2/19/02 -- Darren Clarke looked remarkably wide-awake at 8 in the morning for a man who treasures his sleep.
2/19/02 -- Hes 36 now, a veteran of just about every kind of golf you can imagine. But ' Jose Maria Olazabal may be just learning to win.
Len Mattiace finally broke into the winner's circle after 220 starts on Sunday with a win at the Nissan Open.
2/19/02 -- Major title holders Nick Faldo and Ian Woosnam headline this weeks Caltex Singapore Masters
2/19/02 -- The Houston Open will move to the new Redstone Golf Club in 2003
2/19/02 -- Lee Janzen came to town Monday feeling great. After all, Janzen had played well enough this year to get to No. 64
2/19/02 -- O'Malley under the weather, Sergio's returning to form and other Tuesday notes.
2/19/02 -- Several members of the Tour's graduating Class of 2001 have already been in the hunt for a victory on golf's premiere stage.
2/18/01 -- We hear it so often. Hes got guts, the announcer will say. A lot of character.
Mar. 5-11 Jacob's Creek Open Championship
Kooyonga Golf Club
Adelaide, South Australia
Mar. 12-17 Clearwater Classic
Clearwater Resort
The PGA Tour announced the 2002 Buy.Com Tour schedule Monday.
2/17/02 -- David Duval lost about 13 pounds from a stomach illness overnight and had to withdraw Sunday in the Nissan Open.
2/17/02 -- After 220 tries, Len Mattiace finally can call himself a winner on the PGA Tour.
2/17/02 -- Doug Tewell saved par with an 18-foot putt from the fringe after hitting into the water to win the Verizon Classic by one shot.
2/17/02 -- Victor Lawrence earned his first career win at the Sunshine Tour Championship
2/16/02 -- Victor Lawrence of South Africa posted a 5-under 67 to take the lead at the
2/16/02 -- Scott McCarron holed a 50-foot eagle putt from just off the 17th green for a 6-under 65, giving him a one-stroke lead.
2/16/02 -- Bruce Fleisher shot a 6-under 65 to take the second-round lead at the Verizon Classic Saturday.
2/16/02 -- The back injury that Colin Montgomerie thought might keep him out of The Masters
2/16/02 -- Chris Wollmann of Cleveland, OH capped off five consecutive rounds under par Friday