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6/11/07 -- Think you know everything about the U.S. Open? Try your knowledge with these trivia questions.
Four times Monty has come close to winning the U.S. Open and four times he has failed to do so.
6/11/07 -- Allison Fouch fired a 6-under 66 Sunday to win the United States Steel Golf Classic.
6/11/07 -- The European Tour is also in action this week with the eighth playing of the Open de Saint- Omer.
6/11/07 -- Woody Austin jumped 92 places to No. 81 in the latest Official World Golf Ranking following his win Sunday at the Stanford St. Jude Championship.
Tommy two gloves Gainey carded a 2-under par 69 in Sundays final round of the NGA Tour Bentonville Open presented by Simmons Suites over the 6903 yard, par 71 Lost Springs Golf and Athletic Club to earn his first career Hooters Tour title.
6/10/07 -- Forget Adam Scott, Vijay Singh or Sergio Garcia tuning up for the U.S. Open with a victory. Woody Austin ran away with the warmup act.
6/10/07 -- Jay Haas stumbled to bogeys on the final two holes Sunday, but it didn't matter as he still claimed The Principal Charity Classic by three strokes.
6/10/07 -- Kyle Thompson shot a 1-under 70 on Sunday to win the Rex Hospital Open.
6/10/07 -- Jay Haas cruised to his third Champions Tour win of the season, shooting a 2-under 69 on Sunday to take the Principal Charity Classic by three strokes.
6/10/07 -- Suzann Pettersen kept saying that her major meltdown 10 weeks ago was a distant memory.
After blowing the Kraft Nabisco, Suzann Pettersen got a mulligan. And made the most of it.
6/10/07 -- Richard Green beat Jean-Francois Remesy in a playoff to win the BA-CA Open on Sunday.

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