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Today in Golf

11/12/00 -- Shock, disbelief, anger and relief. Those were the telltale signs adorning player's faces as they walked off Valderrama's 17th green on Sunday.

Relief was the operative expression for Mike Weir. After watching the penultimate hole devour the world's No. 1 player before his very eyes, the Canadian endured with a par 5 en route to his second career PGA Tour title at the WGC-American Express Championship.
11/12/00 -- 1998 U.S. Amateur champion Hank Kuehne underwent major surgery on his left arm and elbow Tuesday in Salt Lake City
11/11/00 -- Sixty-nine golfers hoping to compete on next year's PGA Tour successfully advanced to the final stage of Qualifying School
11/11/00 -- Through three rounds at the Valderrama Golf Club, the BMIC (Big Man In the Clubhouse) just happens to be the smallest in stature. Standing 5'5' tall and weighing in at a soaking wet 135 pounds, Hidemichi Tanaka is the leader entering the final round of the WGC-American Express Championship.
11/11/00 -- Six sessions of regional qualifying for the 2001 Senior PGA Tour were completed Saturday throughout the country
11/11/00 -- Eight stars of the Senior PGA Tour competed Saturday at the Hyatt Dorado Beach Golf Club in Dorado, Puerto Rico.
11/10/00 -- The first round of the Chrysler Senior Match Play Challenge concluded Friday at the Hyatt Dorado Beach Resort
11/10/00 -- The conditions changed. The results changed. But the lead remained. Nick Price struggled Friday in the blustery Sotogrande winds, yet held on to a two-shot lead entering the weekend at the WGC-American Express Championship.
11/9/00 -- Senior PGA Tour hopefuls completed their third rounds around the country Thursday in the first stage of qualifying school
11/9/00 -- An old putter produced some classic results for Nick Price Thursday at the WGC-American Express Championship.

Using a variation of the flatstick that produced three major titles, Price carded 11 birdies and two bogeys for a 9-under-par 63 and the first-round lead in Sotogrande, Spain.
11/09/00 -- They don't travel overseas much, the majority of American golfers. This week 12 of them could have gone to Spain but didn't, where the best of the planet is supposed to be playing in another World Golf Championship...
11/8/00 -- Se Ri Pak will attempt to successfully defend her title at the season-ending $1 million Arch Wireless Championship, taking place November 16th through the 19th in Daytona Beach, Fla.
11/8/00 -- Trey Holland has been nominated to serve a second one-year term as president of the United States Golf Association.
11/8/00 -- Fifty-five players, representing six major tours, will tee it up this week at Valderrama Golf Club for the WGC - American Express Championship. Defending champion Tiger Woods, who can pass the $10 million mark in earnings with a win this week, heads this list of participants.
11/7/00 -- Tiger Woods may be in Spain for the WCG event, but he stilled fulfilled his civic responsibility in the United States.

11/7/00 -- The Senior Tour may leave the Myrtle Beach, S.C., area for the first time in seven years when it meets to decide the location of its 2001 Tour Championship.
11/7/00 -- Karrie Webb has won the inaugural Crowne Plaza Achievement Award, an international award presented to the LPGA player who earns the most points in eight selected events.
11/7/00 -- Georgia Tech graduate Matt Kuchar will make his professional debut at the Australian Open later this month, he reported.
11/7/00 -- Tiger Woods criticized the PGA Tour and commissioner Tim Finchem in an article printed in Golf World magazine.

Woods said Finchem speaks to him only when.
It was Tuesday, the normal day for an Eldrick T. Woods' visit. Yes, that Tiger. Tuesday's are Tiger's day for several reasons, but the primary one is because that's the day he wants to come to the pressroom.