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When you stack Tiger Woods against other potential Ryder Cup captain's picks, his odds aren't as bad as they might seem. Read More
Tiger Woods has a warm feeling coming back to Ohio this week. It's not unlike that of another superstar in another sport. Read More
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Today in Golf

5/27/06 -- Tim Herron will have his chance to string together consecutive victories for the first time in his career.
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5/26/06 -- Darron Stiles, a winner earlier this season on the Nationwide Tour, shot 6-under 6 Friday to take the lead after two rounds.
5/26/06 -- The Blue Devils won their second consecutive team title on Friday at the NCAA women's golf championships.
5/26/06 -- David Howell fired a 7-under 65 Friday to grab a three-stroke lead near the halfway point of the suspended BMW Championship.
5/26/06 -- Brad Bryant wouldn't mind seeing one hole 'destroyed;' a pair of legends miss the cut.
My club, my rules. But you'll like 'em.
5/26/06 -- Duke's women's golf team did its best to shove aside all the negative headlines attached to the school with yet another national championship.
5/26/06 -- Virada Nirapathpongporn sure isn't playing like a rookie. The 24-year-old former Duke star shot a 5-under 67 on Friday to take sole possession of the lead.
5/26/06 -- Watch out for that water hazard, Annika. A celebrity golf tournament is coming in October to Governors Island, located 800 yards off the tip of Manhattan.
5/26/06 -- Peter Jacobsen has won two times on the Champions Tour -- both majors. He's now trying to make it three-for-three.
5/26/06 -- Butch Harmons dad, Claude, was head professional at Winged Foot, which is a bit like saying Joe Paterno is a football coach at Penn State.
5/26/06 -- French golfer Adrien Mork shot the first official 59 in the history of the European Tour during the Moroccan Classic Challenge Tour event Friday.
5/26/06 -- Rick Hartmann will go from anonymous club pro to sweating in the national spotlight when he tees it up against Michelle Wie.
5/26/06 -- Still coping with the death of his father, Tiger Woods decided Friday to skip the Memorial Tournament for the first time.
5/25/06 -- Once competitors on the baseball diamond, former major leaguers Rick Rhoden and Mickey Tettleton now are partners on the golf course.
5/25/06 -- Chris Smith used some strong putting and a little creativity around the greens Thursday in shooting a 6-under 64 to take a two-stroke lead,