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Rory McIlroy is world No. 1. Jordan Spieth was last week. Jason Day may be next week. Things are very interesting at the top. Read More
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PGA champion and Barclays winner Jason Day is fulfilling his potential by learning from his failures. Read More
Eight players who started the week outside the FedEx top 100 are heading to TPC Boston next week, which means eight others are headed home. Read More
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The PGA TOUR event in Los Angeles has a new title sponsor for the first time in nearly two decades, with Chicago-based Northern Trust signing a five-year deal and giving the tournament a new name.
10/15/07 -- Next up in the PGA TOURs increasingly compelling Fall Series is the Frys Electronics Open
A big win for the Big Easy. More woe for the Big Wiesy. And a bit of Ryder Cup controversy.
Ernie Els turns 38 Wednesday. Some people have counted him out. Thing is, Els has still got it.
10/15/07 -- Michelle Wie's losses keep piling up even though her LPGA Tour season is over. The latest setback came today when her agent resigned after less than a year on the job.
Wie's parents are a big reason she's looking for a new agent. And they're causing something of a stir at Stanford.
10/14/07 -- George McNeill earned his first PGA TOUR title Sunday, winning the Frys.com Open in Las Vegas by four strokes.
10/14/07 -- Mads Vibe-Hastrup posted his second consecutive 5-under 67 on Sunday to come from behind and win the Open de Madrid.
10/14/07 --Lorena Ochoa shot 6-under 66 Sunday to successfully defend her title in the Samsung World Championship.
10/14/07 -- Bernhard Langer matched the Champions Tour scoring records for a 54-hole event, closing with an 8-under 64 for an eight-stroke victory.
10/14/07 -- Els collected his record seventh title at the HSBC World Match Play Championship, defeating reigning U.S. Open champion Angel Cabrera
10/14/07 -- Brad Adamonis escaped a four-way playoff Sunday to win the WNB Golf Classic,

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