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Did you see David Duval made the cut this week? No, really, he did. I swear I saw him on the leaderboard Sunday.
9/26/05 -- Lessons. There were so many of them. So much instructive information came out of the sixth Presidents Cup. And we must not forget these lessons, going forward in the game of team golf.
9/26/05 -- George Archer, the 1969 Masters champion who was one of the best putters in the world during his long professional career, died Sunday after a yearlong battle with Burkitts Lymphoma. He was 65.
9/26/05 -- Robert Gamez won the Texas Open on Sunday snapping a massive drought and in doing so moved up 113 places to No. 148 in this week's Official World Golf Rankings.
9/26/05 -- Final scores and earnings from Robert Gamez's victory at the Valero Texas Open in San Antonio, Texas.
9/25/05 -- Great Britain & Ireland won the Seve Trophy for a third straight time by taking six of the 10 singles matches from Continental Europe on Sunday and halving two more.
9/25/05 -- Robert Gamez snapped a PGA Tour-record 15 1/2 -year winless streak Sunday, closing with a 6-under 64 for a three-stroke victory at the Valero Texas Open.
9/25/05 -- This week, half a country away from the Virginia-based Presidents Cup, David Duval earned his best finish of the season, a tie for 60th in the Valero Texas Open.
9/25/05 -- I've never really been a big fan of the Presidents Cup. But after watching these past four days, my opinion has changed about the event and about its American participants.
9/25/05 -- Chris DiMarco rolled in a 12-foot birdie putt at the last hole to defeat Stuart Appleby and win The Presidents Cup for the United States.
9/25/05 -- Greg Chalmers poured in a birdie putt on the first playoff hole Sunday to win the Boise Open.
9/25/05 -- Fred Couples had not represented the United States in a major international competition since 1998 and was 0-2-1 after his first three matches at this year's Presidents Cup.
9/24/05 -- Phil Mickelson and Chris DiMarco continued their winning ways, once again prevailing in the morning foursomes at the Presidents Cup.
9/24/05 -- One tradition at the Presidents Cup and Ryder Cup is for the players to give their captain a gift before the matches begin. U.S. captain Jack Nicklaus received a gift that brought him to tears.
9/24/05 -- Woody Austin birdied two of his last three holes on Saturday to post a 3-under 67 and grab a one-shot lead at the Texas Open.
9/24/05 -- Karine Icher of France secured her fifth career victory with a successful defense of her Catalonia Ladies Masters title at the 54-hole Catalonia Ladies Masters.
9/24/05 -- Over the last twenty years, clubs covered by John Hoeflichs patents include such breakthroughs as the Tommy Armour 845 iron, Titleist DCI irons and TaylorMade RAC irons and wedges.
9/24/05 -- Greg Chalmers posted a 2-under 69 in the third round Saturday to cling to a one-shot lead at the Boise Open.