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Today in Golf

2/27/06 -- Geoff Ogilvy's win over Davis Love III in the World Golf Championships - Accenture Match Play propelled the Australian into the top-30 in the latest Official World Golf Rankings.
2/26/06 -- Jerry Pate brought to an end one of golf's storied winless droughts on Sunday. He broke through to capture the Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am and collected his first win of any kind since the 1982 Players Championship.
2/26/06 -- Geoff Ogilvy won consecutive holes to build a 1-up lead over Davis Love III in the 36-hole final of the Match Play Championship.
2/26/06 -- The Match Play Championship is moving to the Arizona city that golf left behind eight years ago with an announcement Sunday that Tucson will be home to this World Golf Championship through at least 2010.
2/26/06 -- Kirk Triplett started his final round with five straight birdies and had another four straight on the back nine Sunday, shooting a 63 to reach 22 under and claim his third PGA Tour victory at the Chrysler Classic.
2/26/06 -- I never thought that I would ever write these words: I spent Saturday night watching LPGA Tour golf.
2/26/06 -- Geoff Ogilvy pulled away with an eagle-birdie knockout punch and won, 3 and 2, to become the first Australian to capture a World Golf Championship.
2/26/06 -- Jim Rutledge fired an 8-under 64 Sunday to come from behind and win the ING New Zealand PGA Championship by one stroke.
2/26/06 -- Michelle Wie heads back to high school Monday with $73,227 from her first LPGA Tour paycheck and a diamond-encrusted watch from her latest endorsement deal.
2/25/06 -- Loren Roberts remained in contention for a record fourth straight Champions Tour victory Saturday, shooting his second straight 2-under 69 to finish three strokes behind the leaders.
2/25/06 -- South Korea's Meena Lee won the Fields Open on Saturday for her second LPGA Tour victory in two years.
2/25/06 -- Jarrod Lyle posted a 3-under 69 on Saturday to take a two-shot lead through three rounds of the ING New Zealand PGA Championship.
2/25/06 -- Duffy Waldorf shot a bogey-free 65 on Saturday to reach 19 under, good for a two-shot lead over long-hitting rookie Bubba Watson after three rounds in the Chrysler Classic of Tucson.
2/25/06 -- Retief Goosen became the final No. 1 seed to fall when he lost in Saturday morning's quarterfinals, 3 and 2, to Zach Johnson.
2/25/06 -- Davis Love III defeated Zach Johnson, 4 and 2, while Australian Geoff Ogilvy knocked out U.S. Ryder Cup captain Tom Lehman, 4 and 3.
2/25/06 -- A Q&A with the vice-president of Top-Flite and Ben Hogan Golf, who is responsible for all day-to-day operations.