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3/29/04 -- The European Tour hangs around Portugal for the second straight week with the playing of the Algarve Open de Portugal.
Jimin Kang shot a two-under 70 on Sunday to hang on and win the Tampa Bay's Next Generation Futures Golf Classic. She finished the tournament at 8-under-par 208 for a 1-shot victory over Seon-Hwa Lee.
By ADAM BARR
3/29/04 -- Golf fitness need not be boot camp.
3/29/04 -- Final Scores and Earnings from the Players Championship at the TPC at Sawgrass.
3/29/04 -- John Daly was among the final five players Monday who qualified for the Masters
3/29/04 -- Captains Ernie Els and Mark OMeara will kick off the inaugural Tavistock Cup in Mondays opening Four-ball match at Lake Nona Country Club.
3/29/04 -- The No. 5 Georgia women's golf team rallied from a six stroke deficit entering Sunday's final round to win the 32nd annual Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic.
3/29/04 -- Adam Scott became the youngest winner of the Players Championship on Sunday at the age of 23 and the victory moved him up to 12th in this week's Official World Golf Rankings.
By BRIAN HEWITT
The PGA Tour is doing quite nicely, thank you, due to an up and down year in the best sense.
3/29/04 -- When Annika Sorenstam arrives at El Caballero Golf and Country Club, it will be just another day at the office'the Office Depot Championship Hosted by Amy Alcott.
3/29/04 -- Will it help or will it hinder? Thats the question many players have to ask themselves when trying to decide whether or not to play the week before a major championship.
3/28/04 -- The 6th-ranked Ohio State women's golf team tallied a second-round score of 283, a season-low, to remain in first place Saturday at the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic.
3/28/04 -- John Daly was announced as tournament host Jim Furyk's replacement to head the field at the sixth annual Exelon Invitational.
3/28/04 -- Annika Sorenstam's quest for the Grand Slam ended before it ever really began. Sorenstam shot her second straight 69 Sunday, but was never in contention.
3/28/04 -- Jimmy Walker fired a 7-under 65 to come from eight shots back on Sunday and win the Louisiana Open.
3/28/04 -- Grace Park birdied the par-5 18th on Sunday to complete a round of 69 for her first career major title at the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
3/28/04 -- There was magic surrounding Tiger Woods on a Sunday in a big tournament. This time, though, it had little to do with him.
3/28/04 -- Adam Scott made a 10-foot bogey putt on the final hole Sunday to win The Players Championship.
3/28/04 -- Facing the biggest putt of her career, Grace Park calmly stroked in a six-footer for birdie on the 18th hole to hold off 17-year-old Aree Song and win her first major title in the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
3/28/04 -- Christopher Hanell closed with a 1-under 71 Sunday to hang on to win the Madeira Island Open.

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