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1/17/05 -- Vijay Singh picked up his first win of the 2005 season at the Sony Open in Hawaii on Sunday, and in the process extended his lead in the latest edition of the Official World Golf Ranking.
1/17/05 -- The European Tour starts back up this week at the Durban Country Club in Durban, South Africa, after taking a five week break for the holiday season.
By GEORGE WHITE
1/17/05 -- Well, what would you do if you were a golf aficionado living in Birmingham, Ala., a television cable entrepreneur who had made a fortune wheeling and dealing this particular commodity, and you had Arnold Palmer staying in your home for the evening?
1/17/05 -- Michelle Wie accepted a sponsor exemption to play in the elite 20-player Samsung World Championship, marking her second straight appearance in the limited field event.
1/17/05 -- The field for the McDonald's LPGA Championship Presented by Coca-Cola, one of the LPGA's four major championships, is growing from 144 players to 150.
1/17/05 - Tom Kite just wants to know what it feels like. He played the regular tours Sony Open last week.
1/16/05 -- World No. 1 Vijay Singh birdied the final hole on Sunday to win the Sony Open in Hawaii by one stroke over defenidng champion Ernie Els.
1/16/05 -- Julieta Granada nailed a 45-foot downhill birdie putt on the 16th to put the finishing touches on the SALLY - the South Atlantic Ladies Amateur title.
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1/15/05 -- American Corey Harris shot an even-par 72 in blustery conditions Saturday to win the Asian Tour Qualifying School Finals and earn his card for the tour's 2005 season.
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1/15/05 -- She was the only one on the course wearing big, dangling earrings.
1/15/05 -- Shigeki Maruyama of Japan used an ace at the fourth hole and a birdie at the last to maintain his lead.
1/15/05 -- The European Tour has announced that the Madeira Island Open will moves its dates back from March 17-20 to April 7-10.
1/14/05 -- David Frost booked an early berth for the 134th Open Championship at St. Andrews with a one shot victory in the International Final Qualifier-Africa at a windswept Atlantic Beach on Friday.
1/14/05 -- Two was the magic number for Mike McCoy in the 71st Southern International Four-Ball Championship Friday at Emerald Dunes Golf Club.
By KRAIG KANN
1/14/05 -- Michelle Wie opened Thursday at the Sony Open in Hawaii with a 5-over par 75. Naysayers ' theres your ammunition if you so desire.
1/14/05 -- Michelle Wie played better Friday, but it wasn't enough to make the cut at the Sony Open.
1/14/05 -- The third round of the SALLY Amateur Championship in Ormond Beach, Fla., was cancelled after heavy rainstorms swept through he state.
By KATHERINE ROBERTS
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