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Today in Golf

1/26/04 -- Ernie Els will try to go two for three in his early stretch of title defenses when he tees it up at the Alpine Golf & Sports Club in Bangkok, Thailand, for the 13th playing of the Johnnie Walker Classic.
1/26/04 -- Sir Michael Bonallack is to succeed Mark H McCormack as the new Chairman of the Official World Golf Ranking.
The most recent returnee to the short list of the best male players in the world is Phil Mickelson.
1/26/04 -- Phil Mickelson earned his first PGA Tour title since the 2002 season when he captured the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic Sunday in a playoff over Skip Kendall.
1/26/04 -- Jeff Julian's story isn't tragic; it's inspirational. And that's the way the Julians want you to see it.
1/26/04 -- Davis Love III, John Daly and now The Golf Channel will have more in common than just love for the game of golf. Each can now call Featherlite Luxury Coaches their home away from home.
1/26/04 -- Sixty feet of green will be the only thing between DeWayne Gill and $1 million when he attempts the putt of his life on Jan. 30.
1/26/04 -- Final Scores and Earnings from the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic
Marketing budgets, travel hassles and the Internet fail to slow down the perennial gof equipment festival in Orlando
1/26/04 -- Nancy Lopez was a unanimous selection as the U.S. captain for the 2005 Solheim Cup matches.
1/25/04 -- Germany's Marcel Siem birdied the par-5 18th hole three times in a playoff Sunday to defeat Frenchmen Gregory Havret and Raphael Jacquelin
1/25/04 -- Phil Mickelson showed he's back on his game after a disappointing year, beating Skip Kendall on the first playoff hole Sunday in the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.
1/25/04 -- Fuzzy Zoeller battled through a crowd of players and birdied the final hole to claim a one-shot win at the season-opening MasterCard Championship.
1/25/04 -- Boonchu Ruangkit posted a final-round 5-under-par 67 to capture the Thailand Open by two strokes over Prayad Marksaeng and Korea's Kim Jong-Duk.
1/25/04 -- Former University of Southern Mississippi quarterback Micky D'Angelo is joining the Golden Eagles' golf team.
1/24/04 -- Denmark's Soren Hansen fired a 7-under par 65 on Saturday to take the third-round lead at the dunhill championship.
1/24/04 -- Doug Tewell remained hot in Saturday's second round as he fired a 7-under 65 to grab a two-stroke lead through two rounds of the MasterCard Championship.
1/24/04 -- Robert Gamez had a tour record-tying 27 on the front nine and shot a 12-under 60 - one off the 18-hole record - to go to 16 under.
1/24/04 -- Doug Tewell birdied the 18th hole Saturday to claim a one-stroke lead after the weather-delayed first round of the MasterCard Championship.
1/24/04 -- Phill Mickelson, making his 2004 PGA Tour debut, shot a 67 Saturday at Bermuda Dunes but still saw his two-shot lead evaporate at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.