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Today in Golf

11/1/05 -- The last time Annika Sorenstam failed to win the Mizuno Classic, Bill Clinton was still president of the United States.
10/31/05 --The PGA Tour's Tour Championship will have some company this week as the tour's Southern Farm Bureau Classic is also scheduled to be played.
10/31/05 -- Final scores and earnings from Carl Pettersson's victory at the Chrysler Champioship in Palm Harbor, Fla.
The problem with confidence in golf is its ethereal nature. It comes. And it goes.

10/31/05 -- With Phil Mickelson bagging the Tour Championship, is there any doubt now that the current schedule is dead?
10/31/05 -- Forty-three down, one to go. The PGA Tour season concludes this week with a pair of season-enders.
10/31/05 -- If their latest tournament was a political race, then the No. 5 Purdue women's golf team's victory was a landslide at the 2005 Landfall Tradition in Wilmington, N.C., on Sunday.
10/30/05 -- Thaworn Wiratchant of Thailand won the $300,000 Hero Honda Indian Open by two strokes Sunday on the par-72, 6,802-yard Delhi Golf Club course.
10/30/05 -- Tom Watson erased a six-shot deficit on Sunday to come from behind and win the Charles Schwab Cup Championship.
10/29/05 -- Overnight leader Jee Young Lee managed just a 1-over 73 on Saturday, but it was good enough to extend her advantage at the CJ Nine Bridges Classic.
10/30/05 -- David Branshaw eagled the 17th hole Sunday on his way to a two-stroke victory in the Nationwide Tour Championship. But he wasn't the only winner.
10/30/05 -- Michelle Wie gave a $500,000 check to the Bush-Clinton Katrina Fund, then played a round of golf with Bill Clinton. The former president called the 16-year-old golfer an 'inspiration.'
10/30/05 -- Irishman Paul McGinley fired a 4-under 67 on Sunday to win the Volvo Masters by two strokes.