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Today in Golf

1/21/01 -- The LPGA Tour moves from Naples to Miami, Fla., for The Office Depot; where Karrie Webb will defend the first of seven titles she won in 2000.
1/21/01 -- Buy.Com Tour veteran Steve Runge shot a front-nine 31 on Sunday and cruised to a two-shot victory over third-round leader Jonathan Byrd in the $200,000 Panama Open Panasonic
1/21/01 -- United States Golf Association president Trey Holland said Sunday that the organization is considering removing Arnold Palmer from his 25-year stint as honorary chairperson of the organization's membership program.
1/21/01 -- Adam Scott birdied the final hole on Sunday to capture the Alfred Dunhill Championship by one shot over Justin Rose.
1/20/01 -- Three rounds later, Jonathan Byrd is still the story, but there's no lacking for subplots. Byrd chipped in for birdie on 18 to maintain his three-shot lead after three rounds
1/20/01 -- David Smail tripled his overnight advantage to three strokes to take a stranglehold on the New Zealand Open.
1/20/01 -- Sophie Gustafson separated from the field, threw it in reverse, and then pulled away once again in the third round of the Subaru Memorial of Naples.
1/20/01 -- In another twist of changes within the player-caddie world, long-time Nick Faldo-looper Fanny Sunneson will no longer by carrying the bag of Fred Funk
Jesper Parnevik has called it quits with his caddie, Lance Ten Broeck.
1/20/01 -- A couple of 20-year-olds will be paired in the final group Sunday at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
The career is winding down now. Jack Nicklaus probably won't play in the U.S. Open, the British Open or PGA Championship
1/19/01 -- Kiwi David Smail has claimed the outright lead through two rounds of the New Zealand Open at The Grange Golf Club in Auckland.
1/19/01 -- Scotsman Dean Robertson followed a record-setting 62 with a more mundane 70 in the second round of the Alfred Dunill Championship.
1/19/01 -- Jonathan Byrd, playing on a sponsor's exemption, shot a 4-under par 68 on Friday and stretched his lead to three strokes after two rounds of the $200,000 Panama Open Panasonic
Tiger Woods and records . what else do you want?
1/19/01 -- Includes items on Tiger Woods and Mark O'Meara, Senior Tour Championship, St. Andrews, 2001 Masters, Ian Baker-Finch, Casey Martin, the Ryder Cup and others.
1/19/01 -- The Phoenix faithful just got reason to be a little more rowdy when the PGA Tour comes to town next week.
1/19/01 -- The Ryder Cup Board announced Friday that it will meet next month to discuss where to hold the 2009 Ryder Cup.
It starts with a par-3, which is very unusual for a championship course.