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Today in Golf
In its new feature, Front 9 and Back 9, we offer up the highs and lows from the previous week in golf.
2/26/07 -- While 19 players from last week's WGC - Accenture Match Play Championship moved on to Florida this week, nine flew half way around the world to Thailand for the Johnnie Walker Classic.
2/26/07 -- The latest world golf ranking published Monday shows eight players among the top 15 who are younger than Tiger Woods, which can only lead to one conclusion.
This week's edition of Parting Shots brings you the best quotes from the past week in golf.
2/26/07 -- With his win Sunday at the World Golf Championships - Accenture Match Play Championship, Henrik Stenson climbed three places to No. 5 in this week's official world golf rankings.
2/26/07 -- Ai Miyazato isn't satisfied with just being a superstar in Japan -- she wants to be a winner in the U.S.
After their recent performances, Henrik Stenson and Geoff Ogilvy are impossible to ignore now.
2/25/07 - Playing with an achy back befitting his senior status, Fred Funk won the Mayakoba Golf Classic on the second hole of a playoff
2/25/07 -- Henrik Stenson got off to a hot start on a chilly morning to take a 2-up lead over defending champion Geoff Ogilvy through 18 holes.
All that was missing from the premiere episode of The Big Break VII: Reunion was swimsuit calendars and Donald Trump.
2/24/07 -- Fred Funk shot a 64 Saturday and finished the third round of the Mayakoba Golf Classic holding a two-stroke lead over Jose Coceres.
Next up on our tour: An interview with David Duval comfortably onboard Nikes GV jet.
2/25/07 -- Henrik Stenson won a big match for himself by surviving a roller-coaster round against Geoff Ogilvy to capture the Accenture Match Play Championship.
2/25/07 -- Nicholas Thompson parred the first playoff hole Sunday to defeat David Morland IV and win the New Zealand PGA Championship
2/25/07 -- Bobby Wadkins made a 14-foot birdie putt at the 18th hole Sunday to beat Allen Doyle by one shot at the ACE Group Classic.
2/24/07 -- Allen Doyle shot a 5-under 67 Saturday to take a one-shot lead over Mark O'Meara and Bobby Wadkins heading into the final round of the ACE Group Classic.
2/24/07 -- Gusty winds sent scores soaring on Saturday at the New Zealand PGA Championship.