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Today in Golf

7/3/03 -- After some practice putting on the 18th green at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club, Michelle Wie was whisked away for yet another television interview
7/3/03 - Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) has extended its endorsement agreement with LPGA star Annika Sorenstam through 2005
7/3/03 - Hale Irwin's back is still bothering him, and it caused the Champions Tour star to miss Monday's media day for the 3M Championship.
7/2/03 - Hawaiian schoolgirl phenom Michelle Wie has been named National Amateur of the Month for June by the Southern Golf Assn.
7/2/03 - Safeway Inc., has agreed to become the sole title sponsor of the LPGA's Phoenix golf tournament.
7/2/03 -- Joey Sindelar and J.L Lewis are among those who are playing two tournaments in one week at Cog Hill -- the Western Open, and a chance to qualify for the British Open.
7/2/03 -- Annika Sorenstam has a score to settle. The last time she came to Pumpkin Ridge, she caved.
7/2/03 - IMG will represent Hunter Mahan, the 2003 college golfer of the year. Mahan also will play Ping clubs.
7/2/03 -- Tim Finchem announced Tuesday that voluntary testing of golf clubs will begin by January 1, 2004 at the latest.
7/2/03 -- If you were at Cog Hill Tuesday, you couldn't ignore the subject of advances in technology that are, in most cases, causing golf balls to go farther and farther.
7/2/03 -- Rich Beem is anticipating the birth of his first child, which might pose a conflict when it comes time to defend his PGA Championship title in August.
7/2/03 -- Just in case the PGA Tour ever gets serious about testing for illegal equipment, cheaters are advised to memorize the following.
7/2/03 - Fuzzy Zoeller was the easy winner in the Par-3 Shootout on Tuesday, finishing with $330,000.
7/2/03 -- Michelle Wie may be the most notable, but there are 14 teens on parade at Pumpkin Ridge, the most anyone from the U.S. Golf Association can recall.
7/2/03 - The Western Open, being contested this week, will donate its proceeds to the Evans Scholars Foundation.

7/2/03 -- Karrie Webb is fine with all the attention given to one-time rival Annika Sorenstam and 13-year-old phenom Michelle Wie.
7/1/03 -- Rich Beem is clear about what he will do. When his wife is ready to give birth, he puts the PGA Championship aside.
7/3/03 - Nancy Lopez never won the U.S. Women's Open, though she came very close in 1997.
7/1/03 -Lee Trevino and Fuzzy Zoeller each won $90,000 Monday in the opening nine holes of the Par-3 Shootout.