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Today in Golf

12/4/04 -- Defending champion Padraig Harrington shot a 3-under 67 on Saturday to move into a share of the lead after the third round of the Omega Hong Kong Open.
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12/4/04 -- Jeff Brehaut posted an even-par 72 on Saturday, but it was good enough to stay on top after four rounds of the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament.
12/4/04 -- Larry and Drew Nelson combined for a 12-under-par 60 on Saturday to take the first-round lead of the Office Depot Father/Son Challenge.
12/4/04 -- Amateur Paula Creamer posted a 1-under 71 on Saturday and is ahead after 72 holes of the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament.
12/4/04 -- England's Lee Westwood shot a 1-under 71 on Saturday to take the third-round lead at the Nedbank Golf Challenge.
12/4/04 -- The Golf Channels popular reality show, The Big Break, will feature an all-female cast for the first time when the third installment of the series premieres on Feb. 8.
12/4/04 -- The Professional Golfers' Association of Australia announced Friday the formation of an international golf institute on the Gold Coast.
12/4/04 -- James Nitties carded a 2-under 70 on Saturday to maintain a one-shot lead after round three of the Australian PGA Championship.
12/3/04 -- James Nitties shot a 7-under 65 on Friday to move into the lead at the halfway point of the Australian PGA.
12/3/04 -- Paul Casey said he has felt depressed and expects to be heckled due to the controversy surrounding his anti-American statements two weeks ago. Casey spoke to The Golf Channel on 'Golf Talk' and offered his side of the story.
12/3/04 -- Here it is the first week of December and were just as busy as ever being bombarded with golf tournaments.
12/3/04 - The idea first came to Lee Janzen as he was watching last years Father/Son tournament on television
12/3/04 -- Miguel Angel Jimenez fired a 6-under 64 Friday to surge into the lead after the second round of the Omega Hong Kong Open.
12/3/04 -- Stuart Appleby shot a 3-under-par 69 that left him with a one-stroke lead over Lee Westwood of England halfway through the Nedbank Golf Challenge.
12/3/04 -- Paula Creamer shot 2-under 70 Friday to remain one stroke back of Young Jo after three rounds of the five-round LPGA Qualifying Tournament.
12/03/04 - Sam Saunders has been named November National Amateur of the Month by the Southern Golf Association.
During this time of year, we seem to automatically accept the self fulfilling prophecy that this is a stressful season.
12/3/04 -- Jeff Brehaut fired an 11-under 61 Friday to take a two-stroke lead after 54 holes of the PGA Tour Qualifying School.
12/1/04 -- The 2005 Nationwide Tour schedule was released and includes 31 tournaments held in five countries and 21 states with purses of at least $15.6 million.