- Tiger Falls
1 down on 18, Tiger Woods missed a 5-foot birdie putt to extend his match with Nick Watney at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship. Tiger hasn't gotten past the 2nd round since winning in 2008.
- Road to #1
Rory McIlroy and Lee Westwood both won their 2nd round matches 3 and 2. Each can get to world #1 if they win the tournament.
- Clax Catches Fire
Will Claxton had 5 birdies in 7 holes -- including 4 in a row -- to take a one-shot lead at the Mayakoba Golf Classic in central Mexico.
- Trio on Top
Angela Stanford leads a trio in the lead in the HSBC Women's Champions at 8-under par. Michelle Wie has opening rounds of 79 and 81 to fall 24 shots back.
- Fake Apple iPhone Store
- “Pepsi Next”
- Oscar Commercials Cost $1.7 Million
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7:30a ET: Ginger Howard, Symetra Tour Member
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