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By GEORGE WHITE
1/17/05 -- Well, what would you do if you were a golf aficionado living in Birmingham, Ala., a television cable entrepreneur who had made a fortune wheeling and dealing this particular commodity, and you had Arnold Palmer staying in your home for the evening?
1/16/05 --
1/16/05 -- World No. 1 Vijay Singh birdied the final hole on Sunday to win the Sony Open in Hawaii by one stroke over defenidng champion Ernie Els.
1/16/05 -- Julieta Granada nailed a 45-foot downhill birdie putt on the 16th to put the finishing touches on the SALLY - the South Atlantic Ladies Amateur title.
1/15/05 -- Shigeki Maruyama of Japan used an ace at the fourth hole and a birdie at the last to maintain his lead.
1/15/05 -- The European Tour has announced that the Madeira Island Open will moves its dates back from March 17-20 to April 7-10.
1/15/05 -- American Corey Harris shot an even-par 72 in blustery conditions Saturday to win the Asian Tour Qualifying School Finals and earn his card for the tour's 2005 season.
1/15/05 --
1/15/05 -- She was the only one on the course wearing big, dangling earrings.
1/14/05 -- Her cheeks were stained with dried tears. A box of tissue was at her feet if she needed them. Only after her week at the Sony Open was over did 15-year-old Michelle Wie finally act her age.
By KATHERINE ROBERTS
You are now entering the third week of our Body and Mind conditioning program for 2005.
1/14/05 -- David Frost booked an early berth for the 134th Open Championship at St. Andrews with a one shot victory in the International Final Qualifier-Africa at a windswept Atlantic Beach on Friday.
1/14/05 -- Two was the magic number for Mike McCoy in the 71st Southern International Four-Ball Championship Friday at Emerald Dunes Golf Club.
By KRAIG KANN
1/14/05 -- Michelle Wie opened Thursday at the Sony Open in Hawaii with a 5-over par 75. Naysayers ' theres your ammunition if you so desire.
1/14/05 -- Michelle Wie played better Friday, but it wasn't enough to make the cut at the Sony Open.
1/14/05 -- The third round of the SALLY Amateur Championship in Ormond Beach, Fla., was cancelled after heavy rainstorms swept through he state.
1/13/05 -- Veteran David Frost set a new course record of 65, 7-under par, at Atlantic Beach, Cape Town, to take the halfway lead at the African leg of International Final Qualifying for The 2005 Open Championship.
1/13/05 -- For her next trick, Michelle Wie hit a knockdown 6-iron that stopped 6 feet away for a birdie.
By GEORGE WHITE
1/13/05 - We know Michelle Wie only as that 15-year-old Hawaiian kid who excels at golf. But we may be wrong
1/13/05 -- Two-time Walker Cupper Buddy Marucci and Iowa partner Mike McCoy opened a two-shot lead Thursday after 54 holes of the 71st Southern International Four-Ball Championship at Emerald Dunes Golf Club.

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