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6/6/05 -- The European Tour arrives this week in the Netherlands for one of the oldest events in the world, the KLM Open.
6/6/05 -- Two-time Masters champion Bernhard Langer was one of 20 players to earn a berth in the field of the 2005 U.S. Open through 36-hole sectional qualifying.
6/6/05 -- Bart Bryant's win at The Memorial over the weekend helped him jump 49 places to No. 31 in the latest Official World Golf Rankings.
6/6/05 -- Annika Sorenstam has one goal that she is shooting for in 2005 - winning the Grand Slam.
6/6/05 -- Final scores and earnings from Bart Bryant victory at the 2005 Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio.
By BRIAN HEWITT
6/6/05 -- If Arnie is The King, to extend the metaphor, Jack is the Chief Executive.
6/5/05 -- Denmarks Iben Tinning claimed her second victory in three weeks on the LET in the BMW Ladies Italian Open at Sheraton Golf Parco de Medici.
6/5/05 -- Jason Schultz birdied the sixth playoff hole Sunday to win the Chattanooga Classic. Schultz fired a final round 5-under 67 to end at 22-under-par 266.
6/5/05 -- Tiger Woods finished the final round of the Memorial Tournament where he started it -- four shots off the lead and feeling pretty confident about his game.
6/5/05 -- With a vintage performance and a rousing finish, Annika Sorenstam eagled the last hole for a final-round 64 Sunday to win the ShopRite LPGA Classic by four
strokes.
6/5/05 -- With all the big names at Muirfield Village, it was Bart Bryant who walked away victorious.
6/5/05 -- Tom Jenkins birdied the second playoff hole Sunday to knock off 2004 champion D.A. Weibring and win the Allianz Championship.
6/5/05 -- Comedian Ray Romano and actors Kurt Russell and Mark Wahlberg are among those who will make their debut this summer.
6/5/05 -- Miguel Angel Jimenez shot a 7-under 62 on Sunday to win The Celtic Manor Wales Open by four strokes.
6/5/05 -- The USGA announced on Friday that two-time U.S. Open champion Andy North accepted a special exemption for the 2005 U.S. Senior Open at NCR Country Club in Kettering, Ohio.

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