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Today in Golf

By BRIAN HEWITT
7/28/03 - Welcome to the roaring 40s. Never have they roared so loudly.
7/28/03 -- British Open champion Ben Curtis has committed to play in the 2003 Buick Open at Warwick Hills Golf and Country Club
7/28/03 - Bob Hope said it ' Golf is my profession. Show business is just to pay the green fees.Hope died Sunday at 100 years of age.
7/28/03 -- The Champions Tour begins a four-week hiatus from major championship golf in this weeks FleetBoston Classic.
7/28/03 -- On the strength of his playoff victory at the Irish Open on Sunday, Michael Campbell climbed back into the top-50 in the latest World Golf Rankings.
7/28/03 -- The week in golf history, July 23 - August 3:
The Golf Channel's Drive, Chip and Putt Junior Golf Skills Competition
The New England Regional Championship
 
7-8
1 Freddy Luna, Schenectady, N.Y.
2 James Van Valkenburg
7/28/03 -- Ben Curtis competitive reign as Open champion begins this week in Grand Blanc, Mich. The 26-year-old PGA Tour rookie will compete in the Buick Open.
7-8
1 Zachary Cleary, 8, Seymour
2 Nicholas Fusco, 7, Orange
3 Lorenzo Varone, 8, Monroe
 
9-10
1 Geoff Varelas, 9, Cromwell
2 Jack Williams, 9, Garden City, NY
7/28/03 -- The top two players in the world will team together in Monday nights Lincoln Financial Battle at The Bridges.
7/28/03 -- The date was Dec. 22, Theodore A. Havermeyer was elected president, and the United States Golf Association was formed.
7/27/03 -- Tom Watson parred the second extra hole Sunday to win the Senior British Open
7/27/03 -- Peter Jacobsen shot a 3-under par 67 on Sunday for a two-stroke win at the Greater Hartford Open, his first PGA Tour title in eight years.
7/27/03 -- Scores and earnings from the 2003 Greater Hartford Open.
7/27/03 -- New Zealand's Michael Campbell birdied the first playoff hole to defeat Thomas Bjorn and Peter Hedblom for the title at the 2003 Nissan Irish Open
7/27/03 -- Guy Boros posted a 5-under 67 on Sunday to come back and win the Dayton Open. Boros finished the tournament three strokes clear of his closest competitor.
7/27/03 -- There will have to be some space cleared in the Damron family trophy case after Sundays final round of the Canadian Tours Victoria Open.
7/27/03 -- For a small-town teen, South Koreas Soo Young Moon thinks she has done a pretty good job of representing her homeland
7/26/03 -- Peter Jacobsen fired a 1-under par 69 Saturday and retained a one-stroke lead through three rounds at the Greater Hartford Open.
7/26/03 -- Joe Ogilvie shot a 7-under 65 on Saturday to take the lead after the third round of the Dayton Open

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