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9/16/05 -- Jason Gore is enjoying more than just the lead.
9/17/05 -- Defending champion Annika Sorenstam fired a 4-under 67 on Saturday to take the lead after two rounds of the John Q. Hammons Hotel Classic.
9/17/05 -- An intravenous tube dangling from his arm and a heart monitor beeping above his head.
9/17/05 -- This has been a year of farewells for Jack Nicklaus. His final act this year is to lead the U.S. team at the Presidents Cup.
9/17/05 -- U.S. Open champion Michael Campbell routed top-seeded Retief Goosen 7 and 6 Saturday to advance to the final of the World Match Play Championship.
9/16/05 -- Matthew Goggin fired an 8-under 63 on Friday to move into a share of the lead midway through the Mark Christopher Charity Classic.
9/16/05 -- Just two days after being released from an Indiana hospital after undergoing minor heart surgery, Meg Mallon says she feels like she has a new lease on life.
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9/16/05 -- Bob Gilder fired a course-record tying, 8-under-par 64 on Friday to take a two-stroke lead after the opening round of the Constellation Energy Classic.
9/16/05 -- Fresh off the Solheim Cup, Sweden's Maria Hjorth fired a 7-under-par 64 on Friday to take the first-round lead at the John Q. Hammons Hotel Classic.
9/16/05 -- Heavy rain delayed Fridays second round of the Canadian Tours Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort Pro Am Classic.
9/16/05 -- Im still convinced Annika Sorenstam is the player to beat in any tournament she plays. But is she still the undisputed star of the ladies game?
9/16/05 -- David Toms was released from a Pittsburgh hospital Friday, one day after a pulmonary scare at the 84 Lumber Classic.
9/16/05 -- Top-seeded Retief Goosen tied his World Match Play record with a 12-and-11 victory over Mark Hensby on Friday and will play U.S. Open champion Michael Campbell.
9/16/05 -- Appleby holds a one-stroke lead over Chris Smith and Cameron Beckman at 11-under 133. Defending champion Vijay Singh is seven back.
9/15/05 -- Kevin Marsh destroyed Carlton Forrester, 10 and 9 on Thursday to claim the U.S. Mid-Amatuer Championship, his first USGA title.
9/15/05 - Its an odd relationship, this one between professional golfer and professional caddy.