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Today in Golf

9/13/06 -- Time to debunk the myth that rookies are a liability in the Ryder Cup.
9/13/06 -- Darren Clarke choked back tears as he spoke about his return to golf a month after his wife's death.
9/13/06 -- Tom Lehman sought out a motivational coach in an effort to lead the U.S. Ryder Cup team to its first win on European soil in 13 years.
9/13/06 -- Even in an 84 Lumber Classic field featuring five Ryder Cup golfers and past major winners, MIchelle Wie remains a subject of fascination.
This is part 2 of a 4 part series addressing the mental game from tee to green.
9/13/06 -- A winner of five straight tournaments, Tiger Woods is a big favorite in the World Match Play Championship. The Ryder Cup is another story.
9/13/06 -- Tiger Woods begins a three-week stretch in England and Ireland when he tees it up in this week's HSBC World Match Play Championship at Wentworth.
9/13/06 -- Stuck in the oft-ignored fall portion of the PGA TOUR, the 84 Lumber Classic tried to make a name for itself by spending. And spending. And spending.
9/12/06 -- The LPGA will move its annual event in suburban Tulsa up four months to May, organizers announced Monday.
9/12/06 -- The three leaders of this American Ryder Cup team are Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Jim Furyk.
For this series well use a 5-iron for our pre-round routine and a stretching aid for our post-round routine.
9/12/06 -- A week after losing by two to Annika Sorenstam, Cristie Kerr got her revenge by beating the women's world No. 1 by two strokes in Oklahoma.
9/12/06 -- With all the discussion lately of using a 'Tour Ball', I wonder about something. Wouldn't a dead ball, or slower ball, be more forgiving, inviting even harder swings, rather than the opposite?
9/12/06 -- he HSBC World Match Play Championship does not pay appearance fees, although it would be easy to justify payment to Tiger Woods based on a new report.
9/12/06 -- Scott Hardy needed 20 holes to defeat Patrick Carrigan, 1-up, on Tuesday to advance to the quarterfinals of the U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship at the Canyon Course at Forest Highlands Golf Club.
9/12/06 -- If you punch a person in the nose often enough, one of two things will happen: either he will eventually get fed up and learn to hit back, or he will run and hide when he sees you coming.