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10/7/05 -- Colin Montgomerie followed his opening 64 with a 1-under 69 Friday to remain in the lead at the WGC-American Express Championship.
10/7/05 -- Five players are tied atop the leaderboard during Friday's suspended first round of the Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn.
10/7/05 -- Stuart Little posted a 4-under 67 on Friday to join Michael Kirk atop the leaderboard after two rounds of the Abama Open de Canarias.
By KRAIG KANN
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By CASEY BIERER
10/7/05 -- According to Duncan Patmore, Global Business Director for Hi-Tec Golf, the shoe is revolutionary in several ways.
10/7/05 -- Doug LaBelle II fired his second straight bogey-free round -- an 8-under 64 -- to take the lead midway through the Gila River Golf Classic.
10/7/05 -- Dawn Coe-Jones shot a 5-under 66 on Friday to move into the lead at the Longs Drugs Challenge. Coe-Jones stands at 9-under par.
By DAVID BRESLOW
The way to get the most out of the elements that make up the mental game is to realize they function via very precise and predictable cause and effect laws.
10/6/05 -- Argentina's Andres Romero and Sweden's Johan Skold shot matching 5-under-par 66s on Thursday to share the first-round lead.
10/6/05 -- Mathias Gronberg, Brent Schwarzrock and David McKenzie all fired rounds of 8-under-par 64 on Thursday to share the opening-round lead of the Gila River Golf Classic.
10/6/05 -- Colin Montgomerie would have preferred to take a week off and celebrate a European tour victory he calls the most important of his career.
10/6/05 -- Colin Montgomerie shot 6-under 64 Thursday to take the first-round lead in the WGC-American Express Championship.
10/5/05 -- Two-time U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen has withdrawn from the American Express Championship because of a groin injury.
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