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Tiger Woods tweeted Friday that he will make his next start at The Players Championship. Read More
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Today in Golf

3/7/06 -- Week after week, another contestant fails to handle the pressure and gets eliminated from The Big Break V.
3/7/06 -- Tiger Woods has played only 17 rounds this year and already has three victories, a sign that his mystique is returning after a three-year absence. But with that comes an inflated belief that Woods only wins because everyone wilts.
3/7/06 - Sometimes you just never know where you are going to find the next potentially great golfer. Even if it is in Colombia.
3/6/06 -- In the midst of a month long stretch away from continental Europe, the European Tour rolls into Singapore for this week's Singapore Masters at Laguna.
3/6/06 -- Des Smyth returns to the scene of his first Champions Tour victory this week when the tour visits Valencia Country Club for the AT&T Classic.
3/6/06 -- The road to the Masters usually starts with the Florida swing on the PGA Tour, although Tiger Woods already had a head start even before he arrived at Doral.
3/6/06 -- Padraig Harrington's victory in last year's Honda Classic only added to the tournament's European flavor.
3/6/06 -- Final scores and earnings from Tiger Woods' victory at the Ford Championship at the Doral Resort oand Spa in Miami, Fla.
3/6/06 -- The Auburn women's golf team hung on to its two-stroke lead on the final day of competition at the LSU Cleveland Golf Classic as the Tigers claimed the title.
3/6/06 -- It will be the new hot topic of the day, the week and the month in golf, at least until after the Masters.
3/6/06 -- Tiger Woods claimed his third worldwide victory of the season Sunday at the Ford Championship, further cementing his place at the top of the Official World Golf Rankings.
3/5/06 -- Simon Dyson carded his fourth straight round in the 60s Sunday to win the Enjoy Jakarta HSBC Indonesia Open.