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Today in Golf

Jack Nicklaus always thought the U.S. Open was the hardest and most complete test in golf.
Chez Reavie earned his first Nationwide Tour title last year, but won't be on hand to defend at the Knoxville Open.
Many of the top European golfers were surprised and disappointed at Tiger Woods absence for the rest of the season, and amazed at how he gutted his way to another U.S. Open triumph despite needing knee surgery.
Doctors who treat the kinds of knee and leg injuries that ended Tiger Woods victorious season have one word for his U.S. Open victory' remarkable.
Coming off a thrilling, 91-hole U.S. Open second place finish, Rocco Mediate will play in the CVS Caremark Charity Classic
Paul Dietsche shot a 6-under 66 on the Reynolds Landing course Thursday to take a one-stroke lead over Scott Hebert
Curtis Strange knows a little something about winning the U.S. Open in a playoff, and even hes impressed with Tiger Woods victory this year.
Japans Ai Miyazato, celebrating her 23rd birthday, shot a 4-under 68 on Thursday to join Cristie Kerr and five South Korean players atop the crowded leaderboard at the Wegmans LPGA.
Retief Goosen insists he was being light-hearted when he suggested Tiger Woods exaggerated his knee injury during his U.S. Open victory.
A 30-year-old Texas man has been indicted on identify theft charges for allegedly opening credit cards and a cell phone account in the name of pro golfer Justin Leonard, a prosecutor said Thursday.
Johnson Wagner says he could shoot a 61 while playing the TPC River Highlands on his old Sega Genesis video game as a kid.
My greatest U.S. Open moment has been taken from me! Thanks Tiger Woods. It's all your fault.
Tiffany Joh, the UCLA star who won the 2006 tournament, won two matches Thursday to advance to the quarterfinals in the U.S. Womens Amateur Public Links Championship.
Michelle Wie managed to stay one shot under par Thursday at the Wegmans LPGA while Ai Miyazato, Cristie Kerr and four others share the lead at -4.
With 9 collegiate victories under her belt Shasta Averyhardt gets her inspiration from the world's number 1, Tiger Woods.
Lorena Ochoa wants to climb to base camp on Mount Everest someday. What she wont do is try for the summit.
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Tiger Woods has never played the Travelers Championship and wasnt planning to be in Connecticut even before his knee injury.
According to his Web site, Tiger Woods has made a decision to go ahead with yet another knee surgery.