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Ted Bishop's PGA presidency is over. Insensitive social media comments cost him his job and forever altered his legacy. Read More
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The PGA of America announced that president Ted Bishop has been removed from office for making insensitive gender-based statements. Read More
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7/8/04 -- Peter Jacobsen and Sam Torrance withdrew from the Senior Players Championship before Thursday's first round at the TPC of Michigan.
By GEORGE WHITE
7/8/04 - This is John Deere Classic week, a gray period in time for the games better players.
7/8/04 -- Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson say they're not going to use this week in Scotland for next week's British Open. But they'd still like to play a little better than they did Thursday.
7/7/04 -- Beth Daniel has far greater concerns than defending her title at the Canadian Women's Open this week.
7/'7/04 - Meg Mallon was still having trouble comprehending what she accomplished last weekend.
7/7/04 -- Jim Thorpe is one of four two-time winners on the Champions Tour this year. He hopes to becom the only three-time winner this week at the Ford Senior Players Championship.
7/7/04 --
** (First place finishers advance to the National Championships in Orlando this October) **
 
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1. Kyle Austin, 8, Mebane, NC
2. Tanner Owen
7/7/04 -- Ernie Els knows better than to use the Scottish Open as any kind of gauge for how his game stacks up for the British Open.
The University of New Mexico's Spencer Levin has earned the Southern Golf Association's National Amateur of the Month Award for June.
 
Levin was low amateur at the U.S.
7/6/04 -- Michelle Wie doesn't need a special exemption for the next U.S. Women's Open because she finished in the top 20 at Orchards Golf Club. That doesn't mean she won't experience U.S. Open qualifying.
By GEORGE WHITE
7/6/04 - Meg Mallon is a plugger, a real grinder, and when she wins one, its usually a biggie.
7/6/04 -- The Canadian Tour pays another visit to historic Pine Ridge GC as the MTS Classic is set to go in Winnipeg.
7/6/04 -- Its Major time. Over the next four weeks, those on the 50-and-over circuit will play three major championships, beginning with this weeks Ford Senior Players Championship.
By RICH LERNER7/6/04 -- A few of my personal reflections from a three week stint on the road covering the U.S. Open, the CVS Charity Classic and a pair of Champions Tour events.
7/6/04 -- This years John Deere will be contested this week ' the week before the British Open. And Vijay Singh will be on hand to defend his title.
7/6/04 -- The silver medal Annika Sorenstam received for her runner-up finish was slung around the back of her neck so no one could see it. It was not an intentional gesture but certainly symbolic.
7/6/04 - Phil Mickelson won the Telus Skins Game outside Montreal.
7/6/04 -- The LPGA Tour travels north of the border into Canada this week to compete in the BMO Financial Group Canadian Women's Open.
7/6/04 -- In preparation for next week's British Open, many of the world's top golfers have already arrived in Scotland to take part in this week's Barclays Scottish Open.

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