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Today in Golf

Itll be here before you know it. And with so much talk about the Big 4 or Big 5, youd better start getting your information ready for the office pools.
6/3/05 -- Georgia's David Denham shot a 2-over 72 and three teammates finished at 5 over in Friday's third round, helping the Bulldogs maintain a nine-stroke lead after three rounds of the NCAA Division I tournament.
6/3/05 -- One week after looking like a fish out of water on the PGA Tour, 'Big Break II' winner Kip Henley returned to the Nationwide Tour.
6/3/05 -- O'Hair's game is in good shape going into Monday's 36-hole sectional qualifying for the U.S. Open. But qualifying might be tougher than he expected.
6/3/05 -- Mike Sullivan and Tom Jenkins each shot rounds of 6-under-par 65 on Friday to share the first-round lead of the Allianz Championship.
6/3/05 -- Juli Inkster carded a 6-under-par 65 on Friday in rainy conditions to take a two-shot lead after one round of the ShopRite LPGA Classic.
6/3/05 -- Tiger Woods shot 4-under 68 Friday to move within one of the lead at the Memorial Tournament. Woods is a part of a logjam at 7 under.
6/2/05 -- Jeff Sluman might not be the biggest guy -- in name or stature -- at the Memorial, but he's the top guy on the leaderboard after Day 1.
6/2/05 -- Despite some rumors, Pinehurst No. 2 will be ready for the U.S. Open, an official of the U.S. Golf Association said Thursday.
6/2/05 -- Monday qualifier Stephen Gangluff sits atop the leaderboard at 8 under par during Thursday's suspended first round of the Chattanooga Classic.
6/2/05 -- Jack Nicklaus' drive on the ninth hole was fading to the right toward the trees. The ball hit Joe Broecker of Fishers, Ind., square in the jaw and split it open.
6/2/05 -- Miguel Angel Jimenez shot a 6-under-par 63 on Thursday to share the lead with David Lynn, Gary Emerson, James Heath, Peter Senior and Benoit Teilleria.
6/2/05 -- The last time Paula Creamer played at the Seaview Marriott Resort course, she nearly made history.
The U.S. Open first started in 1895 on the nine-hole course of the Newport Golf and Country Club in Rhode Island. The Championship, conducted by the United States Golf Association (USGA) was considered a lesser event since it was played at the same time as the first U.S. Amateur.
6/2/05 -- Georgias Richard Scott shot a 1-under 69 and teammate Brendon Todd added a 70 in windy conditions Thursday to help the Bulldogs increase their lead
6/1/05 -- Not long after winning his first pro title at the 1997 Quad City Classic, David Toms became a father for the first time. Hes hoping to follow that formula again this year.
6/1/05 -- Every golfer, around the world, has the dream of one day going to Scotland, England or Irleand and playing golf. But wait ' How about, Wales?
6/1/05 - Herbert Warren Wind, the writer who coined the term Amen Corner at Augusta National, died Monday. He was 88.