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Jason Day is blazing a path toward world No.1, while former No. 1 Adam Scott is facing a bit of professional turmoil. Read More
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Today in Golf

6/1/01 -- Torrential rain accompanied by thunder and lightning resulted in the third weather delay of the day.
On May 29, The Golf Channels Drive, Chip and Putt Junior Golf Skills Competition made its stop in Albany, NY at Eagle Crest Golf Club.
The Women's Committee of the United States Golf Association selected Cherry Hills Country Club in Englewood, Colorado, as the host of the 2005 U.S. Women's Open.
6/1/01 -- John Elliott fired a 66 to take the lead in the Buy.Com Steamtown Classic.
6/1/01 -- Second round Play officially suspended.
6/1/01 -- Sammy Rachels and Allen Doyle opened in 6-under-par 66 to share the 18-hole lead.
6/1/01 -- Karrie Webb shoots 65 to set new womens competitive course record.
Sometimes the PGA Tour just has a penchant for looking bad, no matter how much it tries to do otherwise.
On the one hand, the Tour promotes the charities and the First Tee program and a
6/1/01 -- Karrie Webb set a new women's competitive course record during the second round.
6/1/01 -- If timing is indeed everything, then Mark Maue seems to be hitting stride right on schedule.
The University of Arizona extended their lead in the NCAA Division I Mens Championship before third-round play was suspended in Durham, N.C., due to heavy rains.
6/1/01 -- Play was suspended this morning for half an hour due to lightning in the area.
5/31/01 -- Picture perfect weather and greens as lush as the finest silk carpet awaited
The University of Florida fired a 10-under-par 278 to close the gap on the University of Arizona.
The Gators entered the second round of the NCAA Mens Division I National Championship t
5/31/01 -- Mark Wilson still likes his chances after Wednesdays third round...
5/31/01 -- Annika Sorenstam shot even par during the opening round of the U.S. Women's Open.
5/31/01 -- Robert Karlsson fired a bogey-free 66 to take the lead after the first round.
5/31/01 -- Jason Hill carded a three-under-par 67 for the lead