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  • 4/5/02 -- The NAACP plans to remind PGA Tour fans about the civil rights group's tourism boycott

  • 4/5/02 -- Michelle Wie received a sponsor exemption to play in the Asahi Ryokuken International.

  • 4/5/02 -- Ed Dougherty birdied the final two holes for a 6-under-par 66 and a one-stroke lead over Hale Irwin

  • 4/5/02 -- Se Ri Pak survived a water-logged double-bogey and rolled in seven birdie putts Friday on her way to a 4-under 68 and the first-round lead.

  • 4/4/02 -- Carl Petterson of Sweden has a four-shot lead after shooting a 6-under-par 66 Thursday

  • 4/3/02 -- The USGA has asked for 50 security officers a day during the tournament.

  • Joe Jemsek, the son of immigrant parents who began a career in golf as a caddie and later became owner of Cog Hill Golf and Country Club, died Tuesday after a long illness, club officials announced. He was 89.

  • Jack Nicklaus, the most dominant player at Augusta National with six green jackets won over 23 years, withdrew

  • Johnny Miller has re-signed as NBC's lead golf analyst after flirting with a try at the Senior PGA Tour.
    The 54-year-old Miller, who won the 1973 U.S.

  • PGA Tour (75x100)Chrysler will assume the title sponsorship of the Tucson Open.
    Chrysler will serve as the lead sponsor of