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Today in Golf

3/19/07 -- Vijay Singh's win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Sunday, his second victory of the season, was good for a two- spot bump in this week's Official World Golf Ranking.
3/19/07 -- The European Tour leaves Asia and heads back to Europe for this week's Madeira Island Open.
This is the time when wins move players onto the short list of who to watch for at the Masters.
3/19/07 -- For the first time this year, the Nationwide Tour will make a stop in the United States for the Chitimacha Louisiana Open.
3/19/07 -- Vijay Singh began a remarkable charge with four birdies in a five-hole stretch.
3/19/07 -- A week before their first major of the year, LPGA Tour players will tune up with their first four-round event of the season at the Safeway International.
3/19/07 -- Liz Janangelo managed just a 1-over 72 Sunday, but it was enough for her first tour win at the Greater Tampa Duramed FUTURES Classic.
3/18/07 -- Tom Purtzer won the Champions Tour's AT&T Champions Classic for the second time in five seasons.
3/18/07 -- Vijay Singh made seven birdies and survived back-to-back bogeys late to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
3/18/07 -- Thailand's Chapchai Nirat only managed a 1-under 71 on Sunday, but it was enough to collect a wire-to-wire victory at the TCL Classic.
Some Nike Sumo2 drivers may have over-hot faces - but not in any professional bags.
3/17/07 -- Hale Irwin stumbled to two late bogeys, but still managed a 1-under 71 Saturday and leads the AT&T Champions Classic by one stroke.
3/17/07 -- On a wild day of shifting weather and changing fortunes, Vaughn Taylor shot a 3-under 67 to seize control.
3/17/07 -- Boo Weekley tried to spare his partner a penalty. He wound up incurring one himself Saturday.
3/17/07 -- Thailand's Chapchai Nirat bogeyed his final two holes Saturday, but still posted a 4-under 68 and owns the 54-hole lead of the TCL Classic.
3/16/07 -- Imagine how Rocco Mediate felt the first time he met Arnold Palmer on a golf course.
3/16/07 -- Hale Irwin shot an 8-under 64 to Friday to take a two-stroke lead after the first round of the Champions Tour's AT&T Champions Classic.
3/16/07 -- Thailand's Chapchai Nirat tied the 36-hole record on Friday at the TCL Classic and owns a commanding lead.
3/15/06 -- Meaghan Francella vaulted into the top 100 in the Rolex Rankings for women's golf after beating world No. 1 Annika Sorenstam in a playoff Monday at the MasterCard Classic.