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Today in Golf

11/19/03 -- The face of golf, long considered a white, elitist sport, is slowly changing in a country that is only a dozen years removed from apartheid.
11/19/03 -- Mark James birdied two of his last five holes to surge into the lead after 36 holes of the 2003 Champions Tour National Qualifying Tournament at the TPC at Eagle Trace.
11/19/03 -- If the Presidents Cup ends in a tie, it could lead to the most exciting aspect of these matches -- a
sudden-death playoff. Neither captain likes the idea.
11/18/03 -- The legendary Blue Monster course at Doral Golf and Spa is scheduled to be lengthened by 166 yards, adding yardage to five of the course's holes.
11/18/03 -- At age 49, Jay Haas is having one of the best season of his long PGA Tour career. Now, he finds himself representing his country in the Presidents Cup.
11/18/03 -- Full-field scores from the final stage of the 2003 Champions Tour Qualifying Tournament in Coral Spring, Fla.
11/18/03 -- The photo on the front page of the Cape Times sent a strong signal to captain Jack Nicklaus that the Americans were not taking this Presidents Cup lightly.
11/18/03 -- It was a warm, lazy sort of day, the kind of day you only find in South Florida on a November afternoon. A couple of caddies were sitting around, doing what caddies seem to spend much of their time doing ' waiting for their players.
11/18/03 -- Australian Terry Gale fired a 6-under- par 66 on Tuesday to take the first-round lead at the Champions Tour Qualifying Tournament.
11/18/03 -- The International and U.S. teams agree that the Presidents Cup will hinge on decisions made off the tees at the 7,489-yard Links course at the Fancourt Hotel and Country Club Estate.
11/18/03 -- The Champions Tour released its schedule for the 2004 season on Monday and it features 30 official Charles Schwab Cup events. Prize money for the upcoming year is expected to exceed $52.5 million.
11/18/03 -- Mark McGwire can still go deep - and he's pretty good around the greens, too.
11/18/03 -- Complete 2004 Champions Tour schedule.
11/18/03 -- When the matches begin Thursday on the Links Course at Fancourt, Charles Howell III figures to be next in a long line of partners for the world's No. 1 player.
11/17/03 -- The legendary Blue Monster course at Doral Golf and Spa is scheduled to be lengthened by 166 yards, adding yardage to five of the course's holes.
11/17/03 -- While the top players in the world will be half-way around the world competing in the Presidents Cup, many veteran stalwarts will be competing in another team competition ' the UBS Cup.
11/17/03 -- World No. 1 Annika Sorenstam returns from a fun skins game against the boys in Singapore to face a truly deep field of determined girls.
11/17/03 -- Are you ready for the first annual 'Oscar Browns?'
11/17/03 -- The drawback to being a child star, as anyone who's watched 'Hollywood Squares' can attest, is that most have nowhere to go but down.
11/16/03 -- Hank Kuehne rolled in a five-foot putt for a birdie at the second extra hole Sunday to win the Franklin Templeton Shootout.