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A retired NBA star schooled him on the court, but Bubba Watson is in position to turn his weekend in L.A. into a true Hollywood story. Read More
With a 6-under 65 ignited by an opening eagle, Bubba Watson put himself in place to win for a third time in L.A. at the Genesis Open. Read More
Staring at a possible missed cut on Friday, Dustin Johnson is now 6 under for the week and suddenly has a realistic chance to repeat at Riviera. Read More
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Today in Golf

8/6/02 -- The United States Golf Association and Royal & Ancient have independently determined a rule that sets a uniform, worldwide standard for spring-like effect in driving clubs.
By DAVID MARR III
8/6/02 -- Bobby Jones epitomized the amateur golfer during the first part of the century.
8/6/02 -- In a surprising reversal Tuesday, golf's two governing bodies scrapped plans to allow recreational players in the United States to use so-called hot drivers, designed to hit the ball farther.
By JERRY FOLTZ
If I win tomorrow, it will feel like Ive risen from the dead. Chip Beck fans were happy to hear those words
By RICH LERNER
8/6/02 -- Perspective is most interesting where Tiger is concerned these days. For the first time in some time, Tiger's image has been tested and poked at and there have been some negative reviews.
8/6/02 -- Scott McCarron and Brian Henninger combined for a 10-under-par 62 Tuesday and captured the two-day Fred Meyer Challenge
8/6/02 -- Well, maybe Greg Norman has something left for us, after all. Hes 47 years old, which he says is only a number
8/5/02 -- It was 1995, seven years ago, and Karrie Webb was an anonymous kid from a small town in Australia who struggling to play professional golf.
7/1/02 -- As we look back at 2002 so far, its fun to see how the mix of superstars and the new kids on the block have fared.
8/5/02 -- Scott McCarron and Brian Henninger combined to fire a 12-under-par 60 in a best-ball format to take the first-round lead of the Fred Meyer Challenge Monday.
8/05/02--From the blonde, bikini swimsuit teams of Sweden, to the historic castles of Wales, the European Tour stops this week for The Celtic Manor Resort Wales Open
8/3/02 -- Hubert Green bogeyed the final hole Saturday and tied for the lead at 11-under 131 with Hale Irwin after 36 holes.
By STEVE SANDS
8/4/02 -- Are you kidding me? That had to be one of the best finishes in the history of the PGA Tour. At least for a regular Tour event.
8/4/02 -- Jay Delsing ran home a six-foot birdie putt at the 72nd hole Sunday to beat Anthony Painter by one shot and capture the Omaha Classic.
8/04/02--In what turned out to be one of the most dramatic finishes ever on the PGA Tour, Rich Beem was somehow able to out-point the hard-charging Steve Lowery
8/4/02 -- Mi Hyun Kim survived a late double-bogey and a run-in with the grandstand at the final hole to win the Wendy's Championship for Children.
8/3/02 -- Jay Delsing regained sole possession of the lead after posting a five-under-par 67 in Saturday's third round
8/3/02 -- Mi Hyun Kim carded a five-under 67 Saturday to grab the second-round lead of the Wendy's Championship for Children.
8/4/02 -- She called it a fairy tale. Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen could not have scripted a better ending for the 32nd Curtis Cup Match.
8/4/02 -- Hubert Green sank a 25-foot birdie putt on the seventh extra hole Sunday to win the Long Island Classic.

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