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Today in Golf
10/8/07 -- The LPGA tees it up this week with a select 20-player field at the Samsung World Championship.
10/8/07 -- Playing opposite the Match Play event is the Open de Madrid, where Ian Poulter was a runaway winner in 2006.
10/8/07 -- Sixteen of the top players in the world will be at Wentworth this weekend for the HSBC World Match Play Championship.
Justin Leonard runs down Jesper Parnevik from behind in a Texas tee party at San Antonio.
10/8/07 -- The PGA TOUR heads to Las Vegas for its annual shootout in the desert, the Frys.com Open.
This week we look back on Pettersen staring down Ochoa, a new look for the LPGA, and changes at Augusta.
10/8/07 -- Coming off theie final major of the year, the Champions Tour rolls into Texas for the Administaff Small Business Classic.
10/8/07 -- The PGA TOUR announced today that TPC Sawgrass Golf Course Superintendent Fred Klauk will retire after 25 years of service.
10/7/07 -- Justin Leonard defeated Jesper Parnevik to win the Valero Texas Open on the third hole of sudden death in San Antonio.
10/7/07 -- Loren Roberts made four straight birdies during a sizzling front nine and cruised to victory in the Senior Players Championship.
10/7/07 -- Richard Johnson birdied the first playoff hole Sunday to defeat Matthew Jones and Jeremy Anderson and win the Mark Christopher Charity Classic.
10/7/07 -- Suzann Pettersen put her name above top-ranked Lorena Ochoa's at long last, winning the Longs Drugs Challenge.