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Today in Golf

11/18/03 -- The photo on the front page of the Cape Times sent a strong signal to captain Jack Nicklaus that the Americans were not taking this Presidents Cup lightly.
11/18/03 -- Full-field scores from the final stage of the 2003 Champions Tour Qualifying Tournament in Coral Spring, Fla.
11/18/03 -- It was a warm, lazy sort of day, the kind of day you only find in South Florida on a November afternoon. A couple of caddies were sitting around, doing what caddies seem to spend much of their time doing ' waiting for their players.
11/18/03 -- The International and U.S. teams agree that the Presidents Cup will hinge on decisions made off the tees at the 7,489-yard Links course at the Fancourt Hotel and Country Club Estate.
11/18/03 -- Australian Terry Gale fired a 6-under- par 66 on Tuesday to take the first-round lead at the Champions Tour Qualifying Tournament.
11/18/03 -- Mark McGwire can still go deep - and he's pretty good around the greens, too.
11/18/03 -- The Champions Tour released its schedule for the 2004 season on Monday and it features 30 official Charles Schwab Cup events. Prize money for the upcoming year is expected to exceed $52.5 million.
11/18/03 -- When the matches begin Thursday on the Links Course at Fancourt, Charles Howell III figures to be next in a long line of partners for the world's No. 1 player.
11/18/03 -- Complete 2004 Champions Tour schedule.
11/17/03 -- The drawback to being a child star, as anyone who's watched 'Hollywood Squares' can attest, is that most have nowhere to go but down.
11/17/03 -- Are you ready for the first annual 'Oscar Browns?'
11/17/03 -- The legendary Blue Monster course at Doral Golf and Spa is scheduled to be lengthened by 166 yards, adding yardage to five of the course's holes.
11/17/03 -- While the top players in the world will be half-way around the world competing in the Presidents Cup, many veteran stalwarts will be competing in another team competition ' the UBS Cup.
11/17/03 -- World No. 1 Annika Sorenstam returns from a fun skins game against the boys in Singapore to face a truly deep field of determined girls.
11/16/03 -- Many stories from this year will remain in the tours lore for years.
11/16/03 -- Hank Kuehne rolled in a five-foot putt for a birdie at the second extra hole Sunday to win the Franklin Templeton Shootout.
11/16/03 -- British Open champion Ben Curtis was runner-up at the Taiheiyo Masters on Sunday, finishing six strokes behind winner Kiyoshi Murota of Japan.
11/16/03 -- South Africa's Retief Goosen defeated Annika Sorenstam on Sunday to win the Tiger Skins exhibition event
11/16/03 -- Rory Sabbatini and Trevor Immelman only managed a 1-over 73 Sunday but still teamed to give South Africa a four-shot victory at the WGC-World Cup.
11/16/03 -- Dorothy Delasin birdied the first playoff hole Sunday to defeat Hee-Won Han and win the Mobile LPGA Tournament of Champions.