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Fred S. Ridley of Tampa, Fla., has been nominated to serve a one-year term as president of the United States Golf Association.
11/6/03 -- The PGA Tour could leave Las Vegas after a 21-year run if a title sponsor cannot be found
11/6/03 -- Charles Howell III and Kenny Perry posted matching rounds of 4-under-par 67 Thursday to take the first-round lead of the season-ending Tour Championship.
Sweden's Sophie Gustafson has agreed to play in the Casio World Open, becoming the sixth woman to play in a men's tournament this year.
11/6/03 -- Like a fine wine, the 2003 European Tour season will go down as a vintage year.
11/6/03 -- Lee Westwood and Paul Casey of Great Britain & Ireland combined to win nine holes Thursday and lead their respective teams to victories in fourball matches at the Seve Trophy.
Wake Forest senior Bill Haas has been named National Amateur of the Month for October by the Southern Golf Association.
11/5/03 -- When a good idea is cross-pollinated with hard work and fortuitous timing, the result is invariably successful.
11/5/03 -- The 2004 PGA Tour schedule with dates, tournament, course and city:
By BRIAN HEWITT
11/5/03 -- The tours rank and file will receive thier P.O.Y. ballots on Monday.
11/5/03 -- Two years ago, Tiger Woods came to the Champions Golf Club ranked No. 1 in the world. But then, no one had any illusions of replacing him.
11/5/03 -- Arnold Palmer is the most successful team coach ever in pro golf annals, owning a record of 5-0.
By DAVID BRESLOW
Much has been written about walking your talk. This, of course is very important if you want to succeed in anything.
11/5/03 -- The PGA Tour's plan to require players to disclose club selection at the end of each round was met with mixed reviews at the Chrysler Championship.
11/5/03 -- Per-Ulrik Johansson was No. 125 on the money list when he missed the cut at Innisbrook and thus failed to keep his PGA Tour card.
FAR HILLS, N.J. ' The United States Golf Associaton and the Royal & Ancient Golfing Society have approved two amendments to the Rules of Golf, scheduled to go into effect Jan.
11/4/03 -- With each elimination the odds for surviving were getting better.
11/4/03 -- LPGA Tour veterans will say hello to 29 new faces next
year.
11/4/03 -- Irishman Peter Lawrie has been named the European Tour's Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year for 2003.
By JERRY FOLTZ
11/4/03 -- Joe Ogilvie jumped onto the pool table Sunday night as the celebration was full throttle.

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