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1/10/06 -- Michelle Wie, Michelle Wie, Michelle Wie. Thats about all youre going to read, see and hear this week at the Sony Open.
1/10/06 -- When the PGA Tour was fighting Casey Martin's lawsuit for the right to ride, it eliminated the use of carts for all players in Monday pro-ams.
By KELLY BLACKBURN
When you incorporate the stability ball into your workouts, you improve balance, flexibility and coordination for your golf swing by calling on the core muscles of the body.
By GEORGE WHITE
1/10/06 - For the third straight year, Stuart Appleby wins the Mercedes. And for the third straight year, people are asking whether this might mean a breakout season.
1/9/06 -- Stuart Appleby won the season-opening Mercedes Championships for the third straight year and that catapulted him nine spots to No. 21 in the first Official World Golf Rankings of 2006.
1/9/06 -- Justin Leonard took a quick shower and was headed to the airport for a flight home to Dallas when he saw David Toms at his locker and, in his own sarcastic way, wished him well at the next stop in Hawaii.
1/9/06 -- Final scores and earnings from Stuart Appleby's playoff win over Vijay Singh at the Mercedes Championship in Maui, Hawaii.
1/8/06 -- Led by two-time Ryder Cupper Paul McGinley, the European team won just three points in Sunday's singles matches, but it was enough to win the first-ever Royal Trophy, 9-7, at Amata Spring Country Club.
1/8/06 -- Stuart Appleby hit the longest drive at the Mercedes Championships, a 426-yard tee shot that nearly went through the par-4 12th green.
By MERCER BAGGS
1/8/06 -- While I wasnt geeked up about this past weeks Mercedes Championships, I did find plenty things that provoked thought.
1/8/06 -- Stuart Appleby bolstered his bid for a third straight victory at the Mercedes Championships by shooting 3-under 70 Saturday.
1/8/06 -- Stuart Appleby hit the longest drive at the Mercedes Championships, a 426-yard tee shot that nearly went through the par-4 12th green.
1/7/06 -- Stuart Appleby bolstered his bid for a third straight victory at the Mercedes Championships by shooting 3-under 70 Saturday.
1/7/06 -- Ryder Cup captain Ian Woosnam and Denmark's Thomas Bjorn beat Thai stars Thaworn Wiratchant and Thongchai Jaidee 3 and 2 in an afternoon best-ball match Saturday to help Europe take a 6-2 lead over Asia in The Royal Trophy.
1/7/06 -- Michelle Wie will try for the fourth time to become the first woman since Babe Zaharias in 1945 to make the cut on the PGA Tour when she joins 143 men at the Sony Open.
1/7/06 -- Lucas Glover became the first player to make a hole-in-one in the eight years the Mercedes Championships has been played at Kapalua.

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