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Tiger Woods tweeted Friday that he will make his next start at The Players Championship. Read More
In Cut Line, Ian Poulter and Tiger Woods made news this week regarding their schedules. But only one got into a Twitter spat. Read More
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Lydia Ko is now 18, which leaves Brooke Henderson as the best 17-year-old in golf. Read More
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6/10/05 -- Sure enough, just as his 31-year streak of U.S. Open appearances is about to come to an end, Tom Kite goes out and shoots his best back-to-back rounds of the year.
6/10/05 -- Chris Couch carded a 4-under 67 on Friday to move into the lead after two rounds of the LaSalle Bank Open. Couch completed 36 holes at 9-under-par 133.
By KATHERINE ROBERTS
The two plane golf swing utilizing the muscles of the chest, upper back, shoulders and lats to bring the arms back into plane.
6/10/05 -- Six players are tied for the lead at 5-under-par 67 after the first round of the $70,000 Lima Memorial Hospital Futures Classic.
6/10/05 -- Chris DiMarco will get another shot at Tiger Woods in a major championship; though, this time it will come during the beginning of play instead of the end.
6/10/05 -- R.W. Eaks and Gil Morgan posted matching rounds of 7-under-par 65 on Friday to share the lead after one round of the Bayer Advantage Classic.
6/9/05 -- Darren Clarke withdrew from next weeks U.S. Open to be with his wife, who is undergoing cancer treatment. This will be the first major he has missed since 1998.
6/9/05 -- Another big-break opportunity, another big-time frustration for Kip Henley. The 'Big Break II' winner shot 3-over-par 74 Thursday in the opening round.
6/9/05 -- Tournament sponsors might have spoken too soon when they said this week's Champions Tour stop would be the last tournament Jack Nicklaus plays on American soil.
6/9/05 -- Matt Gogel fired an 8-under-par 63 on Thursday to establish a new course record at Congressional Country Club and lead after the suspended opening round.
6/9/05 -- Karrie Webb officially became a member of the LPGA Hall of Fame when she completed her round of 2-over-par 74 Thursday.

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