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People vs. the Pros seemed to elicit a wide variety of responses from TGC viewers.
6/5/03 -- Bobby Wadkins, John Jacobs and Mike San Filippo all shot 2-under-par 68 to share the first-round lead in the Senior PGA Championship.
6/5/03 -- Robert Gamez shot 5-under 66 Thrusday to take the first-round lead in the FBR Capital Open, formerly known as the Kemper Open.
6/5/03 -- With all her victories, you might expect Annika Sorenstam to have more majors.
6/5/03 -- Taking exception to recent remarks by Annika Sorenstam, PGA Tour golfer John Riegger said Thursday he has backing for a $1 million one-on-one challenge against the world's top female golfer.
6/5/03 -- Qualifiers for the 2003 U.S. Open, all locations:
6/5/03 -- The LPGA has truly come of age as a world tour. Three Koreans, including leader Hee-Won Han, are in the top eight after the first round of the McDonald's LPGA Championship.
6/5/03 -- Peter Fowler of Australia fired a 7-under-par 65 on Thursday to take the first-round lead of the British Masters
6/3/03 -- Qualifying Results for the 2003 U.S. Open from California, Colorado, Ohio and Texas.
6/4/03 -- Davis Love III will spend time with friends and family, and try to focus on golf to take his mind off a recent tragic event.
6/4/03 -- Tour's hot driver test postponed; a younger Canziares medals in NCAAs; Azinger says 'no' to Open; and more.
6/4/03 -- Tiger Woods added the Buick Classic to his schedule Tuesday.
6/4/03 -- As expected by many, Oklahoma State All-American Hunter Mahan has decided to forego his senior year in Stillwater to take his game to the professional ranks.
6/4/03 -- Here are some of the upcoming stories Golf Central is covering:
6/4/03 - She is seemingly ageless, this 42-year-old woman who is still the best female golfer in America. Juli Inkster is ready to add to her major collection.
6/4/03 -- Billy Andrade took a risk by staying close to home, but he still qualified for the U.S. Open.
6/3/03 -- Kenny Perry's second straight win on the PGA Tour propelled him to No. 11 in the latest World Golf Rankings.
6/3/03 -- Annika has her sites set on this week's McDonalds Championship.
6/3/03 -- The Nationwide Tour's Henrico County Open has been rescheduled for play July 14 - 20.