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6/19/04 -- Closing with two straight bogeys, Phil Mickelson settled for a 72 and will go to the final round two strokes behind leader Retief Goosen.
6/19/04 -- The Clash once sold a bunch of records with a mantra rock-song chorus, 'Should I stay or should I go?' And more than once in the last few years, veteran player Liz Earley has heard that refrain ringing in her head.
6/19/04 -- Amid howls of protest from players 30 years ago at Winged Foot Golf Club, the man running the U.S. Open summed up a philosophy still very much in play today.
6/19/04 -- On a brutal day at Shinnecock Hills, Tiger Woods holed out his final shot from 106 yards for an eagle, giving himself the slightest bit of hope for an improbable comeback Sunday.
6/19/04 -- Denise Killeen posted her second straight round of 6-under 65 on Saturday to take a two-stroke lead at the ShopRite LPGA Classic.
6/19/04 -- Englishman David J. Geall fired a 4-under 67 on Saturday to grab share of the lead with five other players after three rounds of the Aa Saint Omer Open.
6/19/04 --Retief Goosen fired one of only three sub-par rounds Saturday en route to taking the lead into the final round of the 104th U.S. Open.
6/19/04 -- One of the shortest holes on Shinnecock Hills drew most of the attention Saturday - and almost all of the ire from those playing the third round of the U.S. Open.
6/19/04 -- If Ernie Els wins Sunday - he was two strokes behind Retief Goosen and playing in the final group - and Tiger Woods finishes lower than sixth, the Big Easy takes over No. 1.
6/19/04 -- Darren Stiles took over the top spot Saturday with a 6-under-par 65 in the Northeast Pennsylvania Classic.
6/18/04 -- ESPN completed a four-year extension with the United States Golf Association on Thursday that will keep the U.S. Open, U.S. Women's Open and the U.S. Senior Open on the network through 2008.
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6/18/04 -- Tiger Woods' caddie walked across the 10th tee at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club on Friday and kicked the camera of a photographer for the New York Daily News.
6/18/04 -- The first round of the 104th U.S. Open Championship was completed Friday morning after afternoon thunderstorms led to the suspension of play on Thursday.
By KRAIG KANN
6/18/04 -- He was No. 1 in the world before Tiger took over the crown. Now hes No. 434, and maybe better loved, better appreciated, and better understood than hes ever been.
6/18/04 -- Fred Funk's coming out party was the 2002 PGA Championship at Hazeltine when he was the crowd favorite on the way to a tie for fourth.
By JERRY FOLTZ
The fact is that I couldnt possibly name the most famous character actor in the world. In golf, however, I could. Its easy. Its you.
6/18/04 -- Michelle Wie shot a 2-under 142 at the U.S. Men's Public Amateur Links qualifying, all but ending her chance to qualify for the 2005 Masters through the Publinx tournaments.
6/18/04 -- Shrugging off wilting heat and pesky insects, Giulia Sergas and Denise Killeen fired 6-under-par 65s Friday to share the first-round lead in the ShopRite LPGA Classic.
6/18/04 --Phil Mickelson shot 66, while Shigeki Maruyama had a 68 Friday to share the lead at 6 under through two rounds of the 104th U.S. Open.

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