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9/19/05 -- The Ryder Cup-style Seve Trophy visits the Wynard Golf Club in Billingham, England for the biennial match that pits Continental Europe against Great Britain and Ireland.
9/19/05 -- Final scores and earnings from Jason Gore's victory at the 84 Lumber Classic in Farmington, Pa.
9/19/05 -- Medalist Carol Semple Thompson, a seven-time USGA winner, and defending champion Carolyn Creekmore advanced past the first round of match play on Monday.
9/19/05 -- Jason Gore's astonishing 2005 season took another turn on Sunday when he captured his first PGA Tour victory at the 84 Lumber Classic.
9/19/05 -- While most the the PGA Tour's top players are in Virginia for the Presidents Cup, the rest of the best are in San Antonio for the Valero Texas Open.
9/18/05 -- Billy Clagett ended with a record score Sunday to earn medalist honors in the stroke-play portion of the U.S. Senior Amateur Championship.
9/18/05 -- Annika Sorenstam closed with a 2-over 73 Sunday and withstood a late charge from rookie Paula Creamer to win the John Q. Hammons Classic for the second straight year and third time in four years.
9/18/05 -- Carol Semple Thompson, a seven-time USGA winner, is still in the lead in the middle of the suspended second round of the stroke- play at the U.S. Women's Senior Amateur Championship.
9/18/05 -- Michael Harris erased a five-shot deficit on Sunday to post his second victory in as many starts on the Canadian Tour.
9/18/05 -- The Presidents Cup delivered everything but a winner two years ago in South Africa.
9/18/05 -- First there was the remarkable performance at the U.S. Open. Then there was the round of 59 and the three straight wins on the Nationwide Tour. And now there is a PGA Tour victory.
9/18/05 -- First there was the remarkable performance at the U.S. Open. Then there was the round of 59 and the three straight wins on the Nationwide Tour. And now there is a PGA Tour victory.
9/18/05 -- Fourth-seeded Michael Campbell held off Irishman Paul McGinley, 2 and 1, on Sunday to win the HSBC World Match Play Championship.
9/18/05 -- Bob Gilder won his first Champions Tour event in more than two years, shooting a 5-under-par 67 Sunday to capture the Constellation Energy Classic.
By GEORGE WHITE
9/18/05 - The U.S. plays a big match every year, either the Ryder Cup or the Presidents Cup.
9/18/05 -- Troy Matteson overcame a two-shot deficit on Sunday to collect his second win this year at the Mark Christopher Charity Classic.
9/18/05 -- Thailand's Thaworn Wiratchant came from three strokes behind to shoot a course record-tying 8-under-par 64 Sunday and win the Taiwan Open, his second Asian Tour title of the season.

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