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5/19/05 -- Behind sophomore Anna Grzebien's individual title, top-ranked Duke won the 2005 NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships by five strokes on Friday at the Sunriver Resort's Meadows Course.
5/19/05 -- 'Big Break II' winner Kip Henley will have some serious catching up to do Friday following his opening-round 72 at the Henrico County Open.
5/19/05 -- John E. Morgan fired an 8-under-par 64 on Thursday to share the lead with Kevin Durkin and John Elliott after the first round of the Henrico County Open.
5/19/05 -- Nick Dougherty and Klas Eriksson each posted rounds of 4-under-par 68 on Thursday to share the opening-round lead of the Irish Open.
5/20/05 - Jim Thorpe thinks hes finally got this golf thing figured out. What is it? Well, a donation certainly helps. A BIG donation.
5/19/05 -- Here is the hole by hole summary of Kip Henley's first round of the Henrico County Open.
5/19/05 -- Patrick Sheehan had a shot at both 59 and the Colonial Country Club record of 61 Thursday, but finished par-bogey for an 8-under 62.
5/19/05 -- Christina Kim shot a 6-under-par 65 to take a one-shot lead over Siew-Ai Lim after round one of the Sybase Classic on Thursday.
5/18/05 -- Kip Henley - the winner of The Golf Channel's Big Break II series - is ready to tee it up in the Henrico County Open.
By BRIAN HEWITT
Slim and none are the chances there will ever be a writer of golf as bawdy, bold, brilliant and Texas-sized as Fort Worth's own Dan Jenkins.

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