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1/20/02 -- Justin Rose birdied three of his last four holes on Sunday en route to a 7-under 65 and his first
1/20/02 -- It didnt take long for Phil Mickelson to revive his winning ways.
1/20/02 -- Mario Tiziani sank a six-foot birdie putt on the second extra hole to win the Panama Open.
1/20/02 -- Tom Kite led wire-to-wire in winning the season-opening MasterCard Championship.
1/17/02 -- Ireland's Paul McGinley and Welshman Stephen Dodd each posted rounds of 6-under 66
1/22/02 -- A star-studded field travels to the Land Down Under this week as members of the European
1/19/02 -- Mario Tiziani retained his spot atop the leaderboard after Saturday's third round
1/19/02 -- Tom Kite leads by five shots entering the final round of the MasterCard Championship.
1/19/02 -- Jay Haas day started with an eagle and ended with sole possession of the lead entering
Byron Nelson, whose 11 consecutive victories in 1945 is considered one of golf's greatest achievements, is resting comfortably in a local hospital following successful back surgery Thursday morning.
1/18/02 -- Tom Kite fired a course-record 9-under-par 63 to lead comfortably in Hawaii.
1/18/02 -- Mario Tiziani posted his second straight 5-under 67 to take the lead after two rounds
The Senior Tour, which announced in late November that it was looking to reduce its schedule, trimmed a pair of long-time tournaments from the 2002 roster.
 
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1/18/02 -- Sandeep Grewal of England fired an 8-under 64 on Friday to match South Africa's
1/18/02 -- Deane Pappas fired a career-best 63 to move into a share of the lead after the third round.
1/17/02 -- John Senden holed out from a greenside bunker at the final hole for eagle and a one-shot lead.
1/17/02 -- American David Ladd carded a 6-under 66 and has a one-shot lead over four players
1/16/02 -- Phil Mickelson, debuting this week at the Bob Hope, apparently possesses an excellent grasp of football.
3/20/02 7:30 Show a Big First Step
 
2/18/02 'Major Coverage' in Store for More Events
 
1/16/02 Logging, And I Don't Mean Trees
 
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