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10/31/05 -- Final scores and earnings from Carl Pettersson's victory at the Chrysler Champioship in Palm Harbor, Fla.
By RICH LERNER

10/31/05 -- With Phil Mickelson bagging the Tour Championship, is there any doubt now that the current schedule is dead?
10/30/05 -- Tom Watson erased a six-shot deficit on Sunday to come from behind and win the Charles Schwab Cup Championship.
10/30/05 -- Michelle Wie gave a $500,000 check to the Bush-Clinton Katrina Fund, then played a round of golf with Bill Clinton. The former president called the 16-year-old golfer an 'inspiration.'
10/29/05 -- Overnight leader Jee Young Lee managed just a 1-over 73 on Saturday, but it was good enough to extend her advantage at the CJ Nine Bridges Classic.
10/30/05 -- David Branshaw eagled the 17th hole Sunday on his way to a two-stroke victory in the Nationwide Tour Championship. But he wasn't the only winner.
10/30/05 -- Irishman Paul McGinley fired a 4-under 67 on Sunday to win the Volvo Masters by two strokes.
10/30/05 -- South Korean Jee Young Lee completed a wire-to-wire win at the CJ Nine Bridges Classic on Sunday for her first LPGA Tour victory.
10/30/05 -- Thaworn Wiratchant of Thailand won the $300,000 Hero Honda Indian Open by two strokes Sunday on the par-72, 6,802-yard Delhi Golf Club course.
10/30/05 -- Carl Pettersson only managed an even-par 71 on Sunday, but it was enough to give him his first PGA Tour victory at the Chrysler Championship.
10/29/05 -- David Branshaw carded a 3-under 69 on Saturday to move four strokes clear of the field after three rounds of the Nationwide Tour Championship.
10/29/05 -- Overnight leader Jee Young Lee managed just a 1-over 73 on Saturday, but it was good enough to extend her advantage at the CJ Nine Bridges Classic.
10/29/05 -- The PGA Tour hits a milestone this week that commissioner Tim Finchem believes is as noteworthy as Byron Nelson winning 11 in a row or Tiger Woods holding all the major trophies at the same time.
10/29/05 -- Sergio Garcia birdied three of the last four holes Saturday to join Colin Montgomerie in the lead after three rounds of the Volvo Masters.
10/29/05 -- Carl Pettersson fired a 4-under 67 to move into a share of the lead after three rounds of the Chrysler Championship.
10/29/05 -- Jay Haas shot a 9-under 63 Saturday to take a six-stroke lead at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship.

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