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12/18/05 -- The Nationwide Tour released its 2006 schedule on Monday and there are three new stops on the slate for next year.
12/18/05 -- This was the year that Jack Nicklaus said goodbye to the Masters and British Open. And, it is the year of one of his biggest heartbreaks
12/17/05 -- Retief Goosen fired a 4-under 69 on Saturday to take the lead heading into the final round of the South African Airways Open.
12/17/05 -- Golfer Greg Norman is Australia's top-earning sportsman with income of about $15 million in 2005, Business Review Weekly said Wednesday.
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12/16/05 -- Michelle Wie had a year to remember. Her season is our No. 9 Story of 2005
12/16/05 -- Rookie Ross Fisher fired a 3-under 70 on Friday to take a big lead after two rounds at the South African Airways Open.
12/16/05 -- Looking to become the iron company for all, regardless of handicap, Wilson Golf has introduced the Wilson Staff Ci6 irons to its premium line of clubs for 2006.
12/16/05 -- Ai Miyazato shot a 7-over 78 Friday and failed to make the cut against the men at the Japan Okinawa Open.
12/15/05 -- Defending champion Tim Clark and Ross Fisher each posted rounds of 5-under-par 68 on Thursday to share the opening-round lead of the South African Airways Open.
12/15/05 - Did you notice that Ernie won his second tourney back, posting a 68 and making up 10 shots on 10 holes last week?
12/15/05 -- Japanese women's star Ai Miyazato opened with a 9-over-par 80 on Thursday and was 15-strokes off the lead against the men after the first round of the Japan Okinawa Open.
12/14/05 -- In the latest episode of The Big Break IV ' USA vs. Europe (TGC, Tuesdays 9 p.m. ET), the remaining players from each team would have to face their own teammate to keep their dream alive for at least one more show.
12/14/05 -- Even as young up-and-comers commanded headlines during the LPGA Tour's 2005 season -- and they did, almost weekly -- a steely veteran was still able to defend her turf as the best women's golfer in the world.
12/14/05 -- That he fell from grace during one awesomely-bad round doesn't detract from what was a life-changing week for Jason Gore, our selection for Nationwide Tour Player of the Year.
12/14/05 -- In years past, one player has seemed to dominate the Champions Tour. Hale Irwin has done it more times than can be counted.
12/14/05 - Colin Montgomerie always uses a white golf tee. Makes sense, seeing as the 42-year-old Scotsman obviously needs no help in providing plenty of color to the world of golf.
We have come to the close of yet another year as winter bears down on those who live in the cold weather states.
12/14/05 -- Morgan Pressel capped off a brilliant summer of competitive golf when she defeated Maru Martinez of Venezuela, 10 and 8, in the championship match of the 2005 U.S. Womens Amateur.