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10/31/06 -- Davis Love III and Lucas Glover were hitting balls next to each other Tuesday when a few more players showed up to join them for a practice round.
10/31/06 -- Annika Sorenstam rolled to a six-shot victory at the inaugural Dubai Ladies Masters over the weekend, strengthening her hold on the No. 1 spot in the Rolex World Rankings.
By GEORGE WHITE
10/31/2006 - What in the name of Nike is going on here? Last week Tiger Woods informs us that he is going to bypass the TOUR Championship this week.
10/31/06 -- The winner of the FedExCup earns $10 million next year. Now the question is how he gets paid.
10/31/06 -- Donald Trumps latest twist changes everything as the men face off against each other for their punishment in losing the battle of the sexes the previous week.
10/31/06 -- Jay Haas won the Charles Schwab Cup on Sunday when Loren Roberts missed a 4 1/2 -foot putt on the final hole of the final tournament of the Champions Tour season.
10/31/06 -- Annika Sorenstam, who is used to rewriting record books and history, goes for her sixth consectutive win at the $1.2 million Mizuno Classic.
10/31/06 -- As Larry Nelson wrapped up his induction speech, he was quick to point out that he will never be considered one of the greats in golf.
10/30/06 -- This week's TOUR Championship puts an official stamp on the 2006 PGA TOUR schedule. But many have already called it quits for the year.
By BRIAN HEWITT
10/30/06 -- K.J. Choi has now triumphed four times on the PGA TOUR. No Asian player has won more.
10/30/06 -- K.J. Choi claimed his fourth PGA TOUR crown on Sunday at the Chrysler Championship, a win that helped him leap 27 places to No. 28 in the latest Official World Golf Rankings.
10/28/06 -- The race for the European money title is down to 18 holes, with Paul Casey in the lead.
10/29/06 -- Jin Joo Hong closed with a 2-under 70 on Sunday to win the KOLON-Hana Bank Championship by three strokes.
10/29/06 -- K.J. Choi shot 4-under 67 Sunday to win the Chrysler Championship, the PGA TOUR's final full-field event, by four shots.
10/29/06 -- Joost Luiten of the Netherlands played his last five holes in 6-under-par and finished with a 5-under-par 67 as the Dutch captured the Eisenhower Trophy as the winners of the 2006 World Amateur Team Championship.

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