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Maybe it was fatigue, the venue or just a bad day. Whatever the reason, writes Will Gray, don't fret over Rory McIlroy's BMW PGA MC. Read More
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9/14/05 -- The start of the Big Break IV was much like beginning of the previous seasons: players of all ages, from all over the country flying in from different locations.
9/15/05 -- Medalist Kerry Postillion and Mary Ann Lapointe will battle on Thursday in the final of the U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Championship after both players posted quarterfinal and semifinals wins.
9/14/05 -- Meg Mallon is scheduled to be released from The Heart Center of Indiana in Indianapolis, Ind., Wednesday following treatment related to Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT).
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9/15/05 -- Kevin Marsh will face Carlton Forrester in Thursday's 36-hole final of the U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship after both players won quarterfinal and semifinal matches.
9/14/05 -- With four of the top five money winners on the PGA Tour, the 84 Lumber Classic has a better field than most of the post-major tournaments.
9/13/05 -- Including the Mark Christopher Charity Classic, only six tournaments remain for players to finish in the top-60 and compete at the season-ending Tour Championship.
9/13/05 -- Twelve aspiring golfers hit the links at Scotlands historic Carnoustie Golf Club, each in search of their Big Break in the fourth installment of The Golf Channels popular reality series.
9/13/05 -- Brad Faxon, the winner of the Buick Championship in August, will miss the remainder of the PGA Tour season due to a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.
9/13/05 -- Kevin Marsh defeated defending champion Austin Eaton III, 3 and 2 in Tuesday's third round of the U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship.
9/13/05 -- Ty Votaw received the going-away present of a lifetime on Saturday.
9/13/05 -- When the last two players on the course shook hands Sunday at the Solheim Cup, that officially ended Ty Votaw's 6 1/2 -year tenure as the LPGA Tour commissioner.
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9/13/05 -- Rick Rhoden has hopes of becoming the third to do it. And if by chance he should somehow win the Constellation Energy Classic this week in Baltimore.
9/13/05 -- Defending champion Vijay Singh leads the way this week, with Phil Mickelson, John Daly, Jim Furyk and Fred Couples also in attendance.
9/13/05 - If anything has been proven by the Europeans, it is definitely this: medal play and team stroke play are two very different animals
9/13/05 -- Carol Semple Thompson, one of the most-storied amateurs in history, defeated Mari Miezwa, 2 and 1, on Tuesday to move on to the quarterfinals.
9/13/05 -- Retief Goosen's win at the German Masters over the weekend has moved him closer to taking over fellow South African Ernie Els' fourth-place position in the Official World Golf Rankings.
9/13/05 -- At a time when Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer have tried to figure out how to retire from tournament golf, Rosie Jones thought she had it made.