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In a week with bouts on and off the course, Rory McIlroy easily took out Gary Woodland in the Match Play final to earn his 10th PGA Tour win. Read More
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4/8/05 -- Former Arkansas All-American Andrew Dahl will be among the golfers competing in the Rheem Classic, a Nationwide Tour event that begins May 9 at the Hardscrabble Country Club.
By KATHERINE ROBERTS
This article is one of a series of articles focusing on common swing flaws and the yoga-based exercises to overcome these specific challenges.
4/8/05 -- Stormy eather caused another day of havoc at the Masters, halting the second round shortly after the first was completed.
4/8/05 -- The weather problems continued Friday at the 69th Masters Tournament as play was suspended for the day while rain and lightning lingered around Augusta National.
4/8/05 -- Mark Hensby knows a lot about parking lots. For weeks, he used to live in one. Before this week, Hensby knew nothing about playing in the Masters.
4/8/05 -- Charles Howell III and Luke Donald sat around a TV set watching arm wrestling. Darren Clarke took a nap.
4/8/05 -- While finishing his first round, Vijay Singh complained to rules officials that the metal spikes in Phil Mickelson's shoes were too long and were creating spike marks.
4/8/05 -- Welshman Kyron Sullivan carded a 2-under 70 Friday to maintain the lead during the second round of the Madeira Island Open.
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4/8/05 -- Chris DiMarco was back in a familiar position -- leading the Masters. So was Tiger Woods.
4/8/05 -- Singapore's Mardan Mamat, Malaysia's Danny Chia and Australia's Richard Moir earned British Open berths Thursday at an Asian qualifying event.
4/7/05 -- New Zealand's Stephen Scahill and Kyron Sullivan each fired rounds of 8-under-par 64 Thursday to share the lead after the first round of the Madeira Island Open.

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