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8/9/06 -- Lorie Kane is hard to miss at the Canadian Women's Open. The face of women's golf in Canada, her picture is seemingly everywhere at the London Hunt and Country Club.
8/9/06 -- Paige Mackenzie continued her sterling play at the famed Witch Hollow Course at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club.
8/9/06 -- Phil Mickelson has played The International 13 times. He's even won it twice. But tournament founder Jack Vickers wants even more star power at his event.
By DAVID BRESLOW
It has been my experience over the last 20 years that clients often get in their own way by going against a performance paradox.
8/8/06 -- Michelle Wie didn't make it through her first year as a professional without firing her caddie, getting rid of Greg Johnston after a tie for 26th in the Women's British Open.
By FRANK THOMAS
8/8/06 -- I know that wind and the temperature has an effect on a golf ball, but does humidity have any effect on whether a ball flies shorter or further?
By KELLY BLACKBURN
This is week 3 of the 3rd series of On the Fly.
8/6/06 -- Paige Mackenzie shot a 2-under 69 on Monday to share the lead with two other players after one round of stroke play at the U.S. Women's Amateur.
8/8/06 -- Their relationship transcends a player and his caddie. That much was clear from an emotional embrace on the 18th green at Royal Liverpool.
8/8/06 -- Meena Lee returns to the Western Hemisphere to defend her first career LPGA title at the $1.7 million CN Canadian Women's Open this week.
8/8/06 -- Change never comes easily on the PGA TOUR. Consider the reaction 20 years ago when it was announced that a new PGA TOUR event in Colorado was going to use a modified Stableford scoring system.
By BRIAN HEWITT
8/8/06 -- Jerry Kelly has an itch he cant wait to scratch.

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