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Today in Golf

6/10/04 -- Kyle Kovacs fired a 5-under-par 67 to grab the lead in the first round of the Lewis Chitengwa Memorial Championship.
6/10/04 -- Nick O'Hern and Miles Tunnicliff shot matching rounds of 5-under-par 67 Thursday to stand atop the suspended Diageo Championship at Gleneagles.
6/10/04 -- Welch's has dropped title sponsorship of the LPGA tournament in Tucson.
6/10/04 -- Michelle Wie has already accomplished one goal in her first appearance in Britain.
6/10/04 -- Vijay Singh missed the course record at Westchester Country Club by a stroke on Thursday with an 8-under-par 63. That was good enough for the first-round lead at the Buick Classic.
6/10/04 -- Brett Wetterich fired a 6-under-par 65 Thursday to grab a share of the lead with the first round of the LaSalle Bank Open suspended.
6/10/04 -- Jennifer Rosales shot 5-under 66 Thursday to lead three others by a stroke. Defending champion Annika Sorenstam is two back after a 68.
6/10/04 -- So much has changed in the last few years that even though Karrie Webb arrived at DuPont Country Club having won for the 30th time on the LPGA Tour.
6/10/04 - All Annika Sorenstam wants is to win - win majors, that is.
Its getting to be that time of year in golf when the schedule begins whizzing by like the Long Island Express. If you blink, you can miss a lot.
6/9/04 -- Nick Faldo will play in his 17th consecutive U.S. Open after making birdie on the final hole at a sectional qualifier
6/9/04 -- Grace Park doesn't need a world ranking, a money list or another statistic to tell where she is on the LPGA Tour landscape.
6/9/04 -- Last weeks winner and No. 2 on the Futures Tour money list, Lindsey Wright of Australia will join eight other top-10 players in the field
6/9/04 -- While Buick endorser Tiger Woods is taking his usual break the week before a major championship, the tournament has attracted 25 of the top 30 players on the money list.
6/9/04 -- U.S. Ryder Cup captain Hal Sutton was eligible to play in the Memorial as a past champion, but showed up only to see players get fitted for uniforms. He will be at the Buick Classic this week to work for ABC Sports.
6/9/04 -- The Big Break II poll results are in and Tuesday night it was revealed from The Golf Channel studios on The Big Break II: Viewers Choice that Jay McNair is headed for his chance at the Big Break.
6/8/04 -- For the past decade, the Buick Classic has rotated before and after the U.S. Open. In even-numbered years it is the opening act to the Open. In odd-numbered years it closes the curtain.
6/8/04 -- Goals are still hard to find for Annika Sorenstam. Challengers are not. The LPGA Championship was supposed to be the second stop on her way to the Grand Slam.
6/8/04 - Jim Thorpe won one week after missing the cut. He hardly knows what to expect at the Bayer Celebrity this week.