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Today in Golf

By MERCER BAGGS
6/19/05 -- The U.S. Open always reapplies the virtue of patience. But this year's edition also taught us to never quit.
6/19/05 -- As mom looked on from the edge of the green, kitty Robyn sank a huge birdie putt on No. 17 and went on to win the Hy-Vee Classic by one stroke on Sunday - her first tournament victory.
6/19/05 -- Lorena Ochoa made five straight birdies to rally past teenager Paula Creamer and win the Rochester LPGA by four strokes on Sunday.
6/19/05 -- Prime Minister Helen Clark joined a national celebration Monday of New Zealander Michael Campbell's two-stroke victory at the U.S. Golf Open.
6/19/05 -- Kim Felton closed with a 3-under 69 on Sunday to earn his first career win by capturing the Knoxville Open.
6/19/05 -- Davis Love III was left thinking about what could have been. So was Sergio Garcia.
6/19/05 -- Jenny Gleason used a red-hot putter to scorch the back nine and fight her way to the front of the field. When she started today's final round of the $70,000 Michelob ULTRA Futures Charity Golf Classic.
6/19/05 -- Michael Campbell answered every challenge Tiger Woods threw his way Sunday afternoon until a U.S. Open full of surprises got the biggest one of them all.
6/19/05 -- Down eight shots at one point on the front nine, Tiger Woods made a game of it with Michael Campbell while the rest of the field slid backward.
6/19/05 -- Joakim Backstrom earned his first career victory on the European Tour in a playoff over Paul Dwyer at the Aa St. Omer Open on Sunday.
6/19/05 -- Last year, the stoic walk up the final fairway was a victory march for Retief Goosen. This time, the 18th hole felt more like an escape route.
6/18/05 -- Inspector No. 54 must have been on a coffee break when Jason Gore rolled off the PGA Tour assembly line. Flat-bellied and unsmiling the man is not.
6/18/05 -- Carl Suneson fired a 6-under 65 Saturday to grab a share of the lead through three rounds of the Aa St. Omer Open.
6/18/05 -- Three of the best players in the world. One birdie between them. And one U.S. Open trophy slipping slowly from their grasp.
6/18/05 -- The leaderboard continued to tighten in today's second round of the $70,000 Michelob ULTRA Futures Charity Golf Classic.
6/18/05 -- Jaime Gomez fired a 6-under 64 on Saturday to grab a share of the lead after three rounds of the Times Colonist Open.
6/18/05 -- Peter Jacobsen aced the ninth hole in the third round of the U.S. Open on Saturday, the first hole in one of the championship.

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