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12/9/04 -- India's Jyoti Randhawa shot a 9-under 63 on Thursday to take a four-stroke lead after the first round of the Asian Tour's season-ending Volvo Masters of Asia.
12/9/04 -- Australia's Bradley Hughes was 7-under through 11 holes Thursday when rain forced the suspension of first-round play in the Australian Masters.
12/9/04 -- Tiger Woods, the tournament host, Jim Furyk and Colin Montgomerie each posted rounds of 4-under-par 67 on Thursday to share the lead after one round of the Target World Challenge.
By LISA D. MICKEY
12/8/04 -- It should come as no surprise to anyone that Paula Creamer whipped the field by five shots to earn her LPGA Tour card
By DAVID BRESLOW
How resilient are you on the golf course? Are you able to bounce back and recover from poor shots, bad luck, bad bounces or other factors that can throw your game out of whack?
12/8/04 -- The USGA doesnt need to spend much time or money promoting the Walker Cup next year because odds are not many will care.
12/8/04 -- When he arrived at Sherwood Country Club on Wednesday as the defending champion, Davis Love III found himself without a victory for the fourth time in the last six years.
12/8/04 - The buzz everywhere in Australia this week is Peter Lonard trying to make a clean sweep of the Australian Grand Slam.
By BRIAN HEWITT
12/8/04 --Here is my list of what some prominent people and organizations in golf need on their gift wish list.
12/8/04 -- Winning the Dunlop Phoenix in Japan last month wasnt the only thing that made Tiger Woods excited. He finally had an epiphany with his new swing.
12/8/04 -- Michelle Wie will make another appearance on the PGA Tour after accepting a sponsor's exemption Tuesday night to play next month in the Sony Open.
12/7/04 -- The 16-man field at the Target World Challenge could be divided into two sections: 1) Those who wish 2004 would never end and 2) Those who cant wait until it comes to a close.
By KELLY BLACKBURN
This week we will concentrate on the muscles of the shoulder.
12/7/04 -- The story of this year's campaign was stellar golf, an outstanding national championship and one lady who just gets better and better.
12/7/04 -- The European Tour travels from Hong Kong to South Africa for this week's Dunhill Championship, the third event on the 2005 schedule and last before the end of the year.
12/7/04 -- Bill Haas never imagined playing anywhere but the PGA Tour, and he couldn't hide his frustration after coming up two shots short of a tour card at Q-school.
12/7/04 -- Week 9 saw a skills challenge with the stakes as high as ever, and the winner gaining an automatic spot in the final episode.
12/6/04 -- First, Vijay Singh took the money title. Then he took the No. 1 spot in the World Rankings. On Monday, he captured another one of Woods' honors.
By GEORGE WHITE
12/6/04 - Curtis Strange doesn't see how the change wil make much difference.
(The status quo) is not working because the guys
12/6/04 -- Miguel Angel Jimenez claimed his fifth title in the calendar year at the Hong Kong Open and in doing so climbed two spots to 12th in this week's Official World Golf Rankings.

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