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Maybe it was fatigue, the venue or just a bad day. Whatever the reason, writes Will Gray, don't fret over Rory McIlroy's BMW PGA MC. Read More
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9/10/05 -- Paula Creamer and Cristie Kerr won the final match Saturday to even up the total score at 8-8 entering the Sunday singles session at the Solheim Cup.
9/10/05 -- Nancy Lopez made all the right moves Saturday morning at Crooked Stick. The U.S. won the morning session 3-1 to even up the Solheim Cup at 6-6.
9/10/05 -- Dawn Woodard carded a 4-under-par 68 Saturday to grab the lead during the first round of the U.S. Women's Mid- Amateur Championship.
9/10/05 -- The Solheim Cup atmosphere has given Christina Kim license to loosen up. As if she needed permission.
9/10/05 -- Retief Goosen shot a 6-under 66 at the Linde German Masters on Saturday and shares the lead with three other golfers heading into the final round.
9/10/05 -- Garrett Willis carded a 5-under 67 Saturday to move to the top of the leaderboard during the third round of the Utah Classic.
9/10/05 -- Camilo Villegas, born and raised in Medellin, Columbia, is one of the more colorful characters on the Nationwide Tour.
9/10/05 -- After battling lung cancer this summer, Jodi Ames was back on the course, and her husband's game was clearly better for it.
9/10/05 -- The LPGA Tour has another tournament in the islands. Commissioner Ty Votaw said the Fields Open in Hawaii will be played Feb. 23-25 at Ko Olina Golf Club on Oahu.
9/9/05 -- Mark Calcavecchia birdied three straight holes on the front side, then used a big drive to set up a birdie at 18 for a 3-under-par 67 and a five-shot lead Friday.
9/9/05 -- It was an emotional first day for the Americans at the Solheim Cup; Annika Sorenstam hoping to play better on Day 2.
9/9/05 -- England's Anthony Wall fired a bogey-free 10-under 62 on Friday to climb into a share of the lead midway through the German Masters.
9/9/05 -- Lighting struck a high school golf tournament Friday, injuring four of the players, including a 14-year-old boy who was in critical condition.
9/9/05 -- Two weather delays during Friday's second round at the Utah Classic totaled five hours, 40 minutes and eventually forced the suspension of play for the night.
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9/9/05 -- One of them is the oldest player in Solheim Cup history. The other is the youngest.
9/9/05 -- It looked like the U.S. would take a 3-1 lead after the morning session at the Solheim Cup. Instead, it's a 3-1 advantage for the Europeans.
9/9/05 -- Assessment of the TPC of Louisiana course will be made by agronomists for the PGA Tour, with an eye toward rebuilding the golf course in time for the Zurich Classic of New Orleans in April.
9/9/05 -- Laura Davies earned two points with two different partners Friday, and helped the Europeans to a two-point lead entering Day 2 of the Solheim Cup.

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