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Ian Poulter is closing in on an automatic Ryder Cup bid. But, as he and others witnessed recently, slow play is only getting worse. Read More
Two weeks after letting a green jacket slip through his grasp, Rory McIlroy remains confident that he'll still someday find a way to win the Masters. Read More
Tiger Woods' smile. His name near the top of leaderboards. They seemed so far away in the year since his most recent surgery. Read More
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Today in Golf

10/14/04 -- Jason Dufner shot a 7-under-par 65 on Thursday to take the lead after the first round of the Chrysler Classic of Greensboro.
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10/14/04 -- Eduardo Herrera and Jeff Gove each posted rounds of 4-under-par 68 on Thursday to share the first-round lead of the Permian Basin Charity Golf Classic.
10/14/04 -- Grace Park capped an almost flawless round by rolling in a 25-foot birdie putt for a 10-under 62 Thursday that gave her a two-stroke lead after the first round.
10/14/04 -- Retief Goosen routed American Jeff Maggert in record fashion, with a 12-and-11 win over 36 holes.
10/13/04 -- Elizabeth Haines and Carolyn Creekmore each advanced Wednesday to the final at the 45th USGA Senior Women's Amateur.
10/13/04 -- There are a handful of 2004 PGA Tour winners in the field for this weeks Chrysler Classic of Greensboro.
By BRIAN HEWITT
Try as many Americans might, it becomes increasingly difficult to put the Ryder Cup behind them.
By STEVE BURKOWSKI
10/13/04 -- Since the debut of College Central presented by PING in February of 2003, Chris Nallen is the first player we have showcased on the program who has gone on to win on either the PGA, LPGA or Nationwide Tour.
10/13/04 -- Mark Bemowski and Greg Reynolds each posted wins Wednesday and moved into the championship at the 50th USGA Senior Amateur at Bel-Air Country Club.
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10/13/04 - Ernie Els is busy writing a letter to the PGA Tour. But the letter wont tell the tour what a wonderful season he has had
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10/12/04 -- The HSBC World Match Play Championship doesnt have all the top players in the world. But it does have the top 2, as well as truly, worldly representation.
10/12/04 - Oklahoma State's Pablo Martin and Georgia State senior Ty Harris were both named September National Amateur of the Month
10/12/04 -- Both tournaments have only 16 players and offer six figures just for showing up. The World Match Play Championship in England and the Target World Challenge.
10/12/04 -- Again, the players faced three separate challenges ' the winner of the skills challenge would be done for the day, immune from elimination.
10/12/04 -- Isabelle Beisiegel tried to Monday qualify at two PGA Tour events at the start of the year, wanting to test herself before the LPGA season began and to prepare for her ultimate goal - competing against the men.
10/12/04 -- Defending champion Kemp Richardson was defeated Tuesday in third-round action of the 50th USGA Senior Amateur at Bel-Air Country Club.
10/12/04 -- Vijay Singh, who last month ended Tiger Woods' reign as golf's No. 1 player, has been awarded a Companion of the Order of Fiji -- one of the Pacific nation's highest honors.

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