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Today in Golf

6/13/05 -- Kim Saiki waited more than 38 years for her first LPGA victory, and now less than 12 months later, she returns to the Wegmans Rochester LPGA at Locust Hill Country Club.
6/13/05 -- Four days ago, Conrad Ray was getting ready for the summer golf camp at Stanford University, Monday morning, he was on the first tee with Tiger Woods.
6/13/05 -- The Nationwide Tour heads south this week from Chicago and into the hills of Tennessee for the 16th edition of the Knoxville Open.
6/13/05 -- Phil Mickelson has some special memories of the 1999 U.S. Open at Pinehurst. He also has some memories he would rather forget.
6/13/05 -- Tiger Woods returned to the top spot in the Official World Golf Rankings. He sits atop the golf world for the 343rd week as he goes for his third U.S. Open title at Pinehurst No. 2.
6/13/05 -- Dana Quigley won the rain-shortened Bayer Advantage Classic, holing an 11-foot birdie putt on the only hole he played Monday to beat hometown favorite Tom Watson and Gil Morgan in a playoff.
6/13/05 -- Jack Nicklaus was slowly walking down the fairway of what might turn out to be the last hole of tournament golf he ever plays on American soil.
6/13/05 -- Jean Van de Velde attempts to jumpstart his career this week when the European Tour and the Challenge Tour play a joint tournament in France.
6/13/05 -- Final scores and earnings from Sergio Garcia's victory at the Booz Allen in Bethesda, Maryland.
6/13/05 -- Amateur Spencer Levin earned a spot in the U.S. Open by tying for 13th last year. This time, he can expect a check if he makes the cut.
6/13/05 - The U.S. Open returns to Pinehurst for the first time since Payne Stewarts victory. It will be a second celebration of his win.
6/13/05 -- Tournament officials said on Monday that reigning U.S. Amateur champion Ryan Moore will turn professional the week after the U.S. Open at the Barclays Classic in Harrison, New York.
6/13/05 -- HSBC will sponsor the HSBC Champions tournament in Shanghai, China, the financial services organization announced on Monday.
6/12/05 -- As challenger after challenger failed to make a run at steady-playing Annika Sorenstam in the final round, Michelle Wie worked her way up the leaderboard.
6/12/05 -- Jenny Gleason closed out her first professional win today at the $70,000 Lima Memorial Hospital Futures Classic.
6/12/05 -- Chris Couch carded a 4-under 67 on Sunday to cruise to victory at the LaSalle Bank Open.
6/12/05 -- You already know that Annika Sorenstam is wonderful and great and super. But just how special could this season be for her?
6/12/05 -- Spanish rookie Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano posted a 3-under 67 on Sunday to come from behind and earn his first European Tour victory.