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Today in Golf

9/10/03 - Ben Curtis returns to Europe for the first time as he leads a stellar field at the 34th edition of the Trophe Lancme in Paris.
9/10/03 -- Kemp Richardson, the 2001 champion, and Frank Abbott won their semifinal matches
9/10/03 - Tuesday you could see Copenhagen. Today it was invisible.
9/9/03 --Kay Cockerill gives her insight on the Barsebck Club's layout.
9/9/03 -- Intense as this competition has become, no one on the charter plane had to be separated.
9/10/03 - Kemp Richardson, the only remaining former champion in the field, won two matches Tuesday to advance to the quarterfinals
9/9/03 -- The University of Kentucky men's golf program claimed its first title of the season winning the Cleveland Golf/Kiawah Island Intercollegiate
9/9/03 - Carol Semple Thompson won two matches in impressive fashion Tuesday to advance to the quarterfinals
9/8/03 -- Clemson will begin its defense of the National Championship as the nation's No. 1 team, according to Golfweek.
9/8/03 -- Bob Tway beat Brad Faxon on the third playoff hole Sunday to win the Canadian Open and in the process moved up 24 spots in this week's World Golf Rankings.
9/8/03 - You remeber Bob Tway, don't you? The man who was supposed to become a superstar
1 Alexandra Taylor, Niagara Falls, Ont.
2 Justin Stankewicz, Mount Airy, MD
3 Mikey McGilton, Pittsburgh, PA
1 James Lillie, Garrett Park, MD
1 Kyle Plusch, 7, Middletown, DE
2 Colin Siedlarz, 7, New Jersey
3 Willie Feuerhake, 8, Wilmington, DE
1 Aaron Burton, 10, Wilmington, DE
9/8/03 -- New name. New home. And most importantly, new players. Welcome to the 2003 Champions Tour and this week's stop in Baltimore.
9/8/03 -- There are only eight full-field events remaining on the PGA Tour schedule. And while only a handful of big names are in attendance this week, there is still a lot on the line.
9/8/03 -- Somethings got to give this week when the U.S. and European Solheim Cup teams meet at Barsebck Golf and Country Club
9/8/03 -- What a breath of fresh air. The Bell Canadian Open offered lots to like. For starters there was the 18th hole
1 Robbi Howard, 8, Clinton, MD
2 Koby Osei-Wusu, 7, Bowie, MD
3 Teddy Alexander, 8, Baltimore, MD
1 Hannah Pierce, 10, King George, VA
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9/7/03 -- Ernie Els shot a 6-under 65 on Sunday to come from behind and win with European Masters