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Today in Golf

10/28/01 -- Pat Bates won the season-ending Buy.Com Tour Championship.
10/28/01 -- Annika Sorenstam rallied from four holes down Sunday to defeat South Korea's Se Ri Pak
10/28/01 -- Bob Gilder shot a 1-over-par 73 Sunday to capture the Senior Tour Championship.
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10/27/01 - Norman Forfeits PGA Tour Membership
10/26/01 - Doyle to Donate Schwab Earnings
10/26/01 - Seniors Cancel Match
10/27/01 -- Sweden's Annika Sorenstam defeated Mhairi McKay of Scotland 3-and-1 in Saturday's quarterfinals
10/27/01 -- Joel Edwards fired a 7-under 65 to take a one-shot lead over Davis Love III.
10/27/01 -- Bruce Lietzke clung to his narrow lead at Gaillardia Country Club.
10/27/01 -- Retief Goosen is one day closer to winning the Volvo Order of Merit title for 2001
10/26/01 -- Davis Love recorded 10 birdies Friday en route to a bogey-free 62 at Callaway Gardens Resort.
10/26/01 -- LPGA top seed Annika Sorenstam breezed into the quarterfinal round.
The Senior Tour Wives, Inc., has selected two Oklahoma charities to receive $25,000 each from money raised by the organization.
WorldWoods Golf Club - Brooksville, Fla.
2001 Events
Nov. 22-25 - BMW Asian Open
Westin ResortTa Shee,Taiwan

Nov. 29 - Dec. 2 - Omega Hong Kong Open
Hong Kong GC,Hong Kong
The European Tour released its 2002 schedule on Friday, which will consist of 44 tournaments in 22 different countries, including new stops in Australia, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
The seaso
10/26/01 -- Through two rounds, only Pat Bates, Rod Pampling and Chad Campbell are in red numbers.
Nov. 22 - 25 2001 CABS/Old Mutual Zimbabwe Open
Chapman Golf Club (Harare, Zimbabwe)
Nov. 24 - 25 2001PricewaterhouseCoopers Nelson Mandela Invitational *
10/26/01 -- David Higgins made nine birdies against no bogies Friday for a spectacular 62 which
10/26/01 -- Allen Doyle will donate his entire Charles Schwab Cup earnings to charity.
The Sunshine Tour announced its schedule of events for 2002 on Friday, which consists of ten tournaments to be played throughout South Africa.
The tour kicks off its season in Zimbabwe
10/26/01 -- Bruce Lietzke had everything in order Friday at the Senior Tour Championship.