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6/17/05 -- Andy Bush doesn't need to watch Tiger Woods and rest of golf's finest play in the U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2 to remind him that Baltusrol's time is coming.
By KATHERINE ROBERTS
The two plane golf swing utilizes the muscles of the chest, upper back, shoulders and lats to bring the arms back into plane.
6/17/05 -- Young British stars David Howell and Paul Casey withdrew from the U.S. Open before the second round began Friday.
6/17/05 -- Shane Bertsch notched a 2-under 70 in Friday's second round to move atop the leaderboard at the Knoxville Open.
6/17/05 -- While others stress about tough conditions, Retief Goosen just keeps playing. Thats why hes the defending U.S. Open champion.
6/17/05 -- Lorena Ochoa just loves the rain. The budding Mexican star, who grew up in rainy Guadalajara, had a 3-under 69 on Friday to surge past Becky Morgan and into the second-round lead at the Rochester LPGA.
6/17/05 -- Peter Hedblom lost his golf clubs on his flight from Sweden. Once they finally arrived, he wasn't sure he could find his game.
6/17/05 -- It was 40 years ago this week when it happened ' something so radical that it literally shook the golf world.
6/17/05 -- Harry Watkey Easterly Jr., former president of the U.S. Golf Association who also served as executive director, has died. He was 82.
By KRAIG KANN
Like you all, Ive got some things on my mind and some questions that you can help answer.
6/17/05 -- For a guy who spent the week preaching patience, Tiger Woods had a hard time Friday keeping his.
6/17/05 -- In his last two majors, Chris DiMarco was just a hair away from winning. In this one, he wasn't even close to making the cut.
6/17/05 -- Annika Sorenstam continues her quest for history as she guns for the third leg of the Grand Slam at the U.S. Women's Open beginning Thursday at Cherry Hills Country Club in Colorado.
6/17/05 -- This isn't the first time Jason Gore has led at the U.S. Open. This time, though, it's a little sweeter: He's there after 36 holes.
6/17/05 -- Craig Matthew and Luke Hickmott each fired rounds of 4-under 66 Friday to move to the top of the leaderboard after two rounds of the Times Colonist Open at Uplands Golf Club.
6/17/05 -- While the rest of the field got pummeled by Pinehurst, Retief Goosen kept marching along.
6/17/05 -- James Heath shot a 5-under 66 on Friday to move into the lead at the halfway point of the Aa St. Omer Open.
6/17/05 -- David Toms was in the lead, but finished double bogey-triple bogey in the second round Friday to drop him all the way down to a tie for 17th.

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