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Tiger Woods didn't have much fun shooting a 2-over 73 in Phoenix, but he may have found something in his closing holes in Round 1. Read More
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Today in Golf

Ernie Els is so poised. Period. At least until you call him a quitter. Thats ridiculous, Els said Tuesday. . . . . Id like to meet the guy that said that.
7/13/04 -- Its good to be Stuart Appleby. Hes got the beautiful wife; the rugged, good looks; the home in Tigers neighborhood. Hes got it all ' except a major championship.
This series shows you the proper on-course exercises you should do to prepare for the stress of the game and how to use the swing trainer to improve your ball striking ability.
7/13/04 - Despite two U.S. Open titles and a wealth of talent, Ernie Els used to show up at major championships and try to convince himself
7/13/04 - It's easy to make fun of the pampered Americans. They get their fancy courtesy cars - a Mercedes one week, a Cadillac the next
7/13/04 -- Micheel really hasnt had much time to savor his PGA Championship victory. He had his first child, a son, born last November
7/13/04 -- Danny Green shot a 4-under-par 68 Tuesday to claim the medalist honors at the U.S. Amateur Public Links
7/12/04 -- Maria Hjorth ended an eight year wait to win her first title on the Robe di Kappa Ladies European Tour.
7/12/04 -- Final scores and Earnings from the John Deere Classic in Silvis, Illinois.
7/12/04 -- Danny Green played a flawless round of nine-under 63 to take a one-shot lead after the first-round of stroke-play at the 79th U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship.
7/12/04 - Craig Stadler and son Kevin will be at the B.C. Open this week, and this year Kevin is much more than just an oddity.
7/12/04 -- First, a U.S. Open that looked like it belonged in Britain. Next up is a British Open played on a true links that has been dominated by Americans.
7/12/04 -- The LPGA announced Sunday that the 2005 McDonald's LPGA Championship will move to Bulle Rock Golf Course. Bulle Rock replaces DuPont Country Club, which had hosted the event for the past 18 years.
7/12/04 -- Ben Curtis trailed proven players like Thomas Bjorn and Davis Love III. He was tied with heavyweights Tiger Woods and Vijay Singh.
7/12/04 -- Mark Hensby defeated John E. Morgan in a thrilling playoff Sunday at the John Deere Classic for his first career victory on the PGA Tour.
7/12/04 -- When Australia's Rachel Teske returns to the Giant Eagle LPGA Classic's Squaw Creek Country Club this week.
7/12/04 -- In the latest installment of the Natural Golf Makeover Challenge, the group continued to strengthen their overall concept of the swing while remaining focused on some of the other aspects involved in becoming a complete golfer.
7/12/04 -- West Virginia will host a new $600,000 Nationwide Tour event at the Pete Dye Golf Club in Harrison County
7/12/04 -- Defending champion Ben Curtis and World No. 1 Tiger Woods both drew afternoon tee times for Thursday's first round of the British Open.
7/12/04 -- The Claret Jug has been Americanized. Americans have won seven of the last nine British Opens, and the last five contested at Troon.