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7/18/04 -- Dan Quinn birdied the 18th hole Sunday to hold off Rick Rhoden and win the American Century Championship.
7/18/04 -- All week long, they cheered their favorite son. Colin Montgomerie was the hometown boy who made good, and it seemed all of Scotland wanted to see him win at Royal Troon.
7/18/04 -- Erica Blasberg won the Laconia Savings Bank Futures Golf Classic on Sunday in only her second tournament as a professional.
7/18/04 -- Billy Joe Tolliver picked up 22 points on Saturday to take a two-point lead through two rounds of the American Century Championship. Tolliver has collected 47 points over the first 36 holes.
7/18/04 -- Four months ago, Phil Mickelson was the guy who couldn't win a major. Nowadays, it's rather surprising when he doesn't.
7/18/04 -- D.A. Points carded a 2-under 70 in the final round Sunday to cruise to five-shot win at the inaugural Pete Dye West Virginia Classic.
7/18/04 -- A golfer who was born a hermaphrodite was banned from a woman's tournament because her birth certificate lists her gender as male.
7/18/04 -- Todd Hamilton made four pars to defeat Ernie Els in a playoff to win the 133rd British Open at Royal Troon Golf Club.
7/18/04 -- Zero for nine is a streak that would have been hard to imagine for Tiger Woods after he won the U.S. Open two years ago.
7/18/04 -- He couldn't get hold of the lead and he has yet to prove he can win a major without it. If you don't think Tiger Woods has arrived at a crossroad in his career, you haven't been paying attention.
7/18/04 -- Stephen Woodard tapped in for a par on the second playoff hole Sunday to defeat Steve Scott and win the Edmonton Open at The Derrick Golf and Winter Club.
7/18/04 -- Moira Dunn fired a final-round, 7-under 65 on Sunday to earn her first career win at the Giant Eagle LPGA Classic at Squaw Creek Country Club.
7/18/04 -- A long day of high drama finally over, Ernie Els walked slowly off the 18th green with a look of total exhaustion on his face.
7/18/04 -- Jonathan Byrd collected two birdies late in his round Sunday to break out of a crowded leaderboard and win the B.C. Open
7/17/04 -- Barry Lane was tied for the lead with two holes to play in the third round of the British Open, and in position to make a run at England's first victory at golf's oldest championship in more than a decade.
7/17/04 -- D.A. Points posted a 4-under 68 on Saturday to maintain a six-stroke lead through three rounds of the Pete Dye West Virginia Classic.
7/17/04 -- Michelle Estill shot 5-udner 67 Saturday to earn a share of the 36-hole lead with Young-A Yang in the Giant Eagle LPGA Classic.
7/17/04 -- Steve Scott carded a 2-under 69 Saturday to maintain a one-stroke lead through three rounds of the Edmonton Open.
7/17/04 -- Thomas Levet staged more French follies in the third round of the British Open. Five years after Jean Van de Velde's triple bogey on the 72nd hole, Levet surged to a three-stroke lead after six holes, then frittered it away.