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Brian Harman is among the early McGladrey leaders, no surprise given the performance of ex-Georgia Bulldogs on the PGA Tour. Read More
Ian Poulter and PGA of America president Ted Bishop have locked horns over Bishop calling Poulter a "Lil Girl" for criticizing Nick Faldo. Read More
"Shocking and disappointing." That's how Ian Poulter described his reaction to PGA of America president Ted Bishop's characterization of him as a "Lil Girl" while criticizing him for remarks he made about Nick Faldo in his autobiography. Read More

Today in Golf

6/29/04 - The name says Commerce Bank Long Island Classic, but its Hubert Greens tournament.
6/29/04 - Life is very good for Craig Stadler these days. Sunday, he won a Champions Tour event. Son Kevin won on the Nationwide Tour.
6/28/04 -- Phil Mickelson and Fred Couples each won $30,000 for being closest to the pin three times, but no hole money was earned in the first round of the Par 3 Shootout skins event on Monday.
It was time to move on from the Steve Williams debate. Then I got this E-mail from a prominent tour caddie
Mutual of Omaha Drive, Chip & Putt Junior Challenge presented by The Golf Channel Results:
1 Chris Delude, 8, North Attleboro, MA
2 Chad McCann, 7, Smithfield, MA
6/28/04 -- Louise Stahle of Sweden defeated Anna Highgate 4 and 2 in the Ladies British Amateur Championship to become the first woman from her country to claim the title.
6/38/04 -- After last weeks introduction in Orlando, the five participants headed back to their hometowns where they were paired up with their own personal instructors.
6/28/04 - Cristie Kerr has this grand plan. First of all, she wants to become the top American woman golfer. After that, take on the rest of the world .
6/28/04 -- Seven-time PGA Tour winner Peter Jacobsen is making his second Champions Tour appearance
6/28/04 -- The father-and-son team of Jay and Bill Haas eagled the eighth hole and shot an 11-under 60 in best ball play Monday to share the lead
6/28/04 -- With a full century in the books, the 101st Cialis Western Open begins this week at Cog Hill Golf & Country Club in Lemont, Ill.
6/28/04 -- Hilary Lunke is looking to put another mark in the history books this week at the Orchards Golf Club.
Mutual of Omaha Drive, Chip & Putt Junior Challenge presented by The Golf Channel Results:
1 Tanner Owen, 8, High Point, NC
2 Jacob Reilly, 7, Hershey, PA
6/28/04 -- Final scores and earnings from the Booz Allen at the TPC at Avenel in Potomac, Maryland.
6/28/04 -- Adam Scott cruised to his second PGA Tour victory of the season on Sunday at the Booz Allen Classic and moved up two in this week's Official World Golf Rankings.
6/28/04 -- Colin Montgomerie survived a 12-man playoff to earn a trip to his home course at Royal Troon
6/28/04 -- Fresh off his dramatic win over Phil Mickelson at the 104th U.S. Open, Retief Goosen gets back to his roots on the European Tour and headlines the field for the Smurfit European Open.
6/28/04 -- Elisabeth Esterl from Germany fired a final round 4-under-par 68 to win the first prize on 2 under par total at the KLM Ladies Open at Kennemer GC.
6/27/04 -- Kevin Stadler parred the fourth playoff hole on Sunday to outlast Michael Long and Bubba Watson and win the Lake Erie Charity Classic.
6/27/04 -- Jean-Francois Remesy carded an even-par 71 on Sunday to become the first French champion of the Open de France.