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Today in Golf
1/11/02 -- John Cook matched his lowest numerical score on the PGA Tour, an 8-under-par 62
1/11/02 -- Jack Nicklaus announced on Friday that he still intends to compete in the Senior Skins Game
1/11/02 -- Rain has temporarily suspended third-round play at the New Zealand Open.
1/11/02 -- The Verizon Byron Nelson Classic has raised its total purse to $4.8 million, making it
1/11/02 -- James Kingston leads by two over Lomas and Butterfield with Retief Goosen just four strokes off the pace
1/10/02 -- Kenny Perry posted a 5-under 65 on Thursday to join Chris Riley in a share of first place
1/10/02 -- The president of Broome County Community Charities, Inc., William H. Lane, announced Wednesday
European hopefuls for the 2004 Ryder Cup may be looking at a new selection process
1/10/02 -- Tiger Woods' struggles on the greens continued Friday in New Zealand.
The United States Golf Association amended its position from a Dec.
1/10/02 -- Sweden's Carl Pettersson turned in a bogey-free 8-under-par 64 Thursday to lead by two
1/10/02 -- Anheuser-Busch may decide to end its sponsorship of the PGA Tour's Michelob Championship
1/9/02 -- Maxfli's Hughes to guide TaylorMade ball division; more: This moment in the golf industry
1/9/02 -- Ben Crenshaw will make his Senior PGA Tour debut in Naples, Fla.
1/9/02 -- After all the hoopla; the controversy; and the pageantry, Tiger Woods shot a 1-under-par 70
1/8/02 -- The European Tour continues with its third official event of the 2002 season this week
1/8/02 -- The PGA Tour jumps from Kapalua to Honolulu for the seasons first full-field event.
1/8/02 -- Everyone wants the year only Tiger Woods seems to be able to put together.
1/8/02 -- As 2002 begins, there are a host of players worth keeping an eye on.
1/8/02 -- New Zealand braces itself for excitement and controversy all in one this week