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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
By RICH LERNER
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.
By RICH LERNER
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.
By GEORGE WHITE
9/8/03 - You remeber Bob Tway, don't you? The man who was supposed to become a superstar
7-8
1 Alexandra Taylor, Niagara Falls, Ont.
2 Justin Stankewicz, Mount Airy, MD
3 Mikey McGilton, Pittsburgh, PA
 
9-10
1 James Lillie, Garrett Park, MD
7-8
1 Kyle Plusch, 7, Middletown, DE
2 Colin Siedlarz, 7, New Jersey
3 Willie Feuerhake, 8, Wilmington, DE
 
9-10
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
By BRIAN HEWITT
9/8/03 -- What a breath of fresh air. The Bell Canadian Open offered lots to like. For starters there was the 18th hole
7-8
1 Robbi Howard, 8, Clinton, MD
2 Koby Osei-Wusu, 7, Bowie, MD
3 Teddy Alexander, 8, Baltimore, MD
 
9-10
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

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