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Today in Golf

9/4/01 -- In a sport which prefers a soft strain of piano, John Dalys a Merle Haggard song.
The Olympic Club in San Francisco has been chosen to host the 2004 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship, the United States Golf Association has announced.
9/4/01 -- Tiger Woods will play a pro-am round with Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien
9/4/01 -- The European Tour moves into Switzerland this week and the Crans-sur-Sierre Golf Club
9/2/01 -- Annika Sorenstam had everyone thinking she would collect her seventh win of the year entering
After staggering out of the gate Sunday, Drew Symons (Woodstock, ON) and Darren Griff (Salt Spring Island, BC) kicked into gear in the backstretch to win the Casino de Charlevoix Cup.
Jim Thorpe eagled the par-5 18th, and then made a 1-foot birdie p
9/1/01 -- John Daly returned to the winners circle for the first time in six years Sunday, as the long-bombing
David Sutherland posted an even-par 72 on Sunday to hold on and win the Buy.Com Utah Classic.
9/2/01 -- Joel Edwards continued whats becoming a tradition at the Air Canada Championship.
9/2/01 -- European Ryder Cup captain Sam Torrance announced his wild card picks Sunday
9/1/01 -- Annika Sorenstam fired her third consecutive round in the 60s Saturday to extend
9/1/01 -- Drew Symons of Woodstock, ON drained a crucial two-and-a-half foot birdie putt on the 17th
9/1/01 -- Phil Tataurangi collapsed onthe 17th tee Friday during the second round of the Air Canada Championship.
9/1/01 -- Padraig Harrington followed in Jose Maria Olazabals footsteps Saturday, firing a
9/1/01 -- Danny Briggs posted a 5-under 67 on Saturday to match David Sutherland.
9/1/01 -- Larry Nelson and Jim Thorpe shot a pair of 5-under-par 65s to earn a share of the lead.
9/1/01 -- Phil Tataurangi collapsed onthe 17th tee Friday during the second round of the Air Canada Championship.
9/1/01 -- For the third straight day, Edwards is at the top of the leaderboard in Surrey, BC.
8/31/01 -- David Sutherland followed an opening 63 with a second-round 64.