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10/9/03 -- The Arizona women's golf team came from behind Wednesday to win the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational
10/9/03 -- Competing against men on the Asian PGA Tour, Laura Davies made one birdie and put two shots in the water en route to a 6-over 78 Thursday, tying for 87th place after the Korean Open's first round.
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10/9/03 -- Scott Verplank shot 62 Thursday, while Steve Flesch had a 64. The two share the 36-hole lead in the Las Vegas Invitational.
10/9/03 -- Annika Sorenstam will have to wait another day to enter the LPGA Tour and World Golf Halls of Fame as heavy rain forced the suspension of Thursday's opening round.
10/9/03 -- The University of Minnesota mens golf team won its second tournament in as many weeks
By GEORGE WHITE
10/9/03 - The Champions Tour welcomes their female when Jan Stephenson plays this week in the Turtle Bay Championship in Hawaii.
10/9/03 -- Alastair Forsyth, Jamie Donaldson and Gary Murphy each fired rounds of 6-under-par 64 on Thursday to share the first-round lead of the Dutch Open.
10/9/03 -- Johnson Wagner fired an 8-under-par 64 Thursday before rain forced the suspension of the first round of the Gila River Golf Classic.
10/8/03 -- Laura Davies figures she has a chance to make the cut playing against men at the Korean Open.
10/8/03 -- Brad Faxon could be excused for not realizing he was in a $6 million tournament for the world's best players
By MIKE RITZ
There were quite a few players Tuesday who were a bit lighter in the wallet.
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10/8/03 -- Scott Hoch is unhappy with his 2003 season despite a win; Phil Mickelson wants to make Tour Championship; These and more news and notes
By BRIAN HEWITT
10/8/03 -- Tiger Woods should be all right if the Player of the Year gets down to a popularity contest.
10/8/03 -- Stuart Appleby birdied each of his last six holes Wednesday en route to a 10-under-par 62 to share the lead with Steve Flesch after the opening round.
Bob Lewis, Jr., has been re-appointed captain of the United States squad for the 2005 Walker Cup Match.
 
Lewis, a four-time U.S.
10/7/03 - Mark Barrow and Darren McBratney will travel 2,037 miles in a golf cart to raise money for ALS research.
10/7/03 -- The Professional Association of Golf Officials - the PGA Tour's tournament referees - have been working without a contract the past 10 months.
10/7/03 -- The Golf Channel debuted The Big Break Tuesday night

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