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Today in Golf

10/6/00 -- Darren Clarke survived a scare from a three-time Masters winner, but he couldn't get past the reigning Augusta champion.
10/5/00 -- Padraig Harrington, Sergio Garcia and Retief Goosen all advanced into the second round of the Cisco World Match Play at the Wentworth Club in Surrey, England.
10/5/00 -- Four players share the 18-hole lead at the Buy.Com New Mexico Classic. Mike Grob, Chris Couch, Scott Peterson and Bo Van Pelt each carded 4-under-par 66s to share the top spot after round one at the Santa Ana Golf Club in Santa Ana, NM
10/05/00 -- Well, it's been almost a month since Tiger Woods won a golf tournament. He hasn't played in almost a month, of course. Not since the Bell Canadian Championship has the golfing world found a reason to go into hysterics...
10/5/00 -- J.P. Hayes has never won the Michelob Championship, yet he still has quite a fondness for the Kingsmill Golf Club's River Course.
10/10/00 -- Let's say you want to hold a golf tournament during October. Let's say it isn't in America. Let's say it is in, say, Scotland or England. In trying to line up players, you are hit in the face with one rather unpleasant fact
10/4/00 -- Two titles are still up in the air when The Transamerica is held this week at Silverado Resort at Napa, Cal. Larry Nelson and Bruce Fleisher are in the race for Player of the Year, and Doug Tewell leads Tom Kite for Rookie of the Year.
10/4/00 -- Colin Montgomerie and the Wentworth Club in Surrey, England - a match made in heaven. The 37-year-old Scot has won four of the last five events contested on Wentworth's famous West Course.
10/4/00 -- European Solheim Cup captain Dale Reid defended her selections, which didn't include Scotland's Catriona Matthew, as high winds and heavy rains limited practice.
10/4/00 -- One year ago, Notah Begay captured his second PGA Tour title of the season by defeating Tom Byrum in a playoff at the Michelob Championship. Since then, the two have been traveling down entirely different paths.
10/4/00 -- Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer will officially open their golf course, the King and the Bear, at World Golf Village Nov. 15 with an 18-hole exhibition.
10/4/00 -- Spain's Seve Ballesteros has announced he will play in the Star Alliance Open in Hong Kong in November.
10/3/00 -- Nick Faldo has drawn Darren Clarke in the first round of the Cisco World Match Play, which begans Thursday at Wentworth, England. Clarke became a father for the second time last week.
10/3/00 -- Spain's Sergio Garcia is the latest player to pull out of the Matchplay Championships in Melbourne, Australia. Garcia joins Tiger Woods, David Duval and Lee Westwood.
11/3/00 -- How streaky is this game of golf? I say that with a hint of obviousness because it IS!!! I know. I rode one of the lengthiest streaks in the world. I couldn't make a cut for the longest time during my professional days. Granted that's a bad one, but it's a streak nonetheless.
10/3/00 -- Dorothy Delasin has brought a new home in south San Francisco, compliments of her first LPGA season which brought her the Rookie of the Year title.
10/1/00 -- David Duval didn't make the trip to Pine Mountain, Ga. just to compete. He came to Callaway Gardens Resort to win. And he did just that.
10/1/00 -- Seven weeks ago, Richard Johnson wilted on Sunday to hand Pat Perez the Buy.Com Ozarks Open. This week, Perez returned the favor.
10/1/00 --Michael Campbell claimed his third European Tour title of the season without hitting a single shot on Sunday. Campbell won the Linde German Masters when the final round was cancelled due to rain.
9/30/00 -- Callaway Gardens may be a resort, but Jeff Maggert's not relaxing. Maggert saw his overnight four-shot lead cut in half on Saturday.