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Today in Golf

7/6/02 -- Walter Morgan, 61, fired a tour record-tying 60 to move into contention in the AT&T Canada Senior Championship.
7/6/02 -- Rich Massey of Harrington Park, N.J. is in position for his first Canadian Tour win after Saturdays third round of the Victoria Open.
7/6/02 -- Robert Allenby used an eagle at the par-5 15th to take the lead in Saturday's third round of the Western Open.
7/6/02 -- Michael Campbell of New Zealand birdied the 18th hole Saturday to shoot a 2-under 70 and grab the 54-hole lead of the European Open.
7/6/02 -- Rob McKelvey had to make room for three others atop the leaderboard after Saturday's third round of the Buy.Com Hershey Open.
7/5/02 -- Tom Jenkins fired an 8-under-par 63 to take the first-round lead Friday at the Canada Senior Open Championship.
7/5/02 -- Rob McKelvey posted a 5-under 66 Friday to grab the lead halfway through the Buy.Com Hershey Open.
7/5/02 -- A steamy day in Philadelphia, it ain't. But we have a few things to get off our chests anyway.
7/5/02 -- Michael Campbell of New Zealand posted a 1-under 71 Friday to grab the lead halfway through the European Open.
7/5/02 -- Americans Rich Massey, Jason Bohn and Bryan Wright share the lead after Fridays second round of the Canadian Tours Victoria Open.
7/5/02 -- John Cook made birdies on three of his last four holes Friday to take a two-stroke lead after the second round.
7/4/02 -- David Gossett shot 7-under 65 Thursday to lead the rain-delayed Advil Western Open.
7/4/02 -- Tyler Williamson shot a 6-under-par 65 Thursday to lead after the opening round of the Buy.Com Hershey Open.
7/4/02 -- Newlywed Scott Hend of Australia celebrated his first day married Thursday by grabbing a share of the lead.
7/4/02 -- To paraphrase one of my favorite lines from Seinfeld, Its real, and its spectacular!
7/4/02 -- South Africa's Darren Fichardt and Australia's Jarrod Moseley each posted rounds of 5-under-par 67 Thursday.
The Golf Channel's Drive, Chip & Putt Jr. Golf Skills Competition
 
7&8 Division
 
1st Place: Phillip Sprio, age 8, Albany, NY
The Golf Channel's Drive, Chip & Putt Jr. Golf Skills Competition
 
7&8 Division
 
1st Place: Andrew Sholnick, age 8, Marblehead, MA
The hole ' it was the final bit that was missing in the stick-and-ball exercise. And the Scots were most likely the first to use a hole in the ground with the stick and ball.
The Canadian Tour wraps up its two event swing through British Columbia this week with the Victoria Open in the provincial capital.

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