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Waldorf Takes Texas Open Lead

Duffy Waldorf shot a 6-under-par 66 after the wind died down and held a two-stroke lead over Jay Don Blake after two rounds of the Texas Open in San Antonio. …


Roberts Leads Texas Open

Loren Roberts shot an 8-under-par 64 in the first round of the Texas Open, a good opening in his final chance at qualifying for next week’s Tour Championship. Roberts is …


Els To Take On Elkington

Ernie Els will get another look at Steve Elkington in today’s 36-hole final of the grueling World Match Play Championship at Virginia Water, England. The South African won 1 up …


Elusive Eagles Leave 4 Tied

Lee Trevino and John Bland failed to take advantage of eagle opportunities on the final hole, leaving them in a four-way tie for the lead in The Transamerica with Bruce …


Rookie Leads Disney

Carl Paulson, an obscure rookie whose top finish this year is 20th place, shot the best round of his career, a 10-under-par 62, for a two-stroke lead on the opening …


Birdie Drives Funk To Buick Win

Fred Funk won his second PGA Tour title of the year, closing with a 5-foot birdie putt for a one-stroke victory over Loren Roberts and John Morse in the Buick …


Stricker In Lead

Steve Stricker shot a bogey-free 67 and held a two-stroke lead over Glen Day, who also had a 67, after two rounds of the Buick Challenge. Stricker, a three-year PGA …


Pga Rookie Takes Lead

PGA Tour rookie Bill Porter shot a 7-under-par 65 and held a one-shot lead after the first round of the Buick Challenge in Pine Mountain, Ga. Steve Lowery, Steve Stricker …


Ross Shoots 65 To Set The Pace In Pro-Senior

Billy Ross of Wandermere, off a sizzling 28 on his first nine holes, claimed pro honors in the regular-season finale of the Washington Trust Bank Pro-Am on Monday. Ross had …


Mantel Heavy For Struggling Strange

The man who lost the Ryder Cup. Bernhard Langer was branded such in 1991, Constantino Rocca in 1993, each after missing excruciatingly short putts. Now it is Curtis Strange’s turn …


Sorenstam Crushes Field With 10-Stroke Victory; Tracy Hanson Fourth

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Faldo, Europe, Come Up Big Clutch Shots On Final Hole Secure Ryder Cup For Europe Against U.S.

Philip Walton is ecstatic over Europe’s Ryder Cup win. Photo by Associated Press


Sorenstam Stretches Lead

U.S. Open champion Annika Sorenstam shot a 2-under-par 70 in the third round of the GHP Heartland Classic in St. Louis, to take a 10-stroke lead with one round to …


Pavin’s Chip Shot Puts Europeans On The Ropes

Corey Pavin chipped in from the fringe of the 18th green as he and Loren Roberts defeated Nick Faldo and Bernhard Langer 1-up Saturday to give the United States a …


Hanson Weathers Adversity To Take One-Stroke Lead In Ghp Heartland Classic

With some golfers donning mittens between shots, Rathdrum, Idaho’s Tracy Hanson finished at 4-under-par 68 in the rain, wind and chill for a one-stroke lead Thursday after one round of …


Sports People

Spurs center David Robinson has gone home to recover after spending the night in a San Antonio hospital with stomach trouble. … Dave Magee of the United States captured the …


Uncertainties Surround Field At Ryder Cup

Ryder Cup captains Lanny Wadkins and Bernard Gallacher are two days from the opening matches, but still unsure who’s hot and who’s not in the American and European fields. Hardly …


U.S. Or Europe? Golfing’s Best Will Be Tested In The Ryder Cup

The Ryder Cup has hit another critical turning point. Like in 1979 when the team from Great Britian and Ireland was expanded to include all of Europe, like in 1985 …


Kendall Back To Where He Started - Leading B.C. Open; Triplett Two Strokes Back

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Sheehan Takes Lead

Patty Sheehan, who says this will be her last tournament this year, shot a 7-under-par 65 and set a tournament record for 36 holes in taking a four-shot lead in …


Kedall Takes Lead

Skip Kedall birdied four of his last six holes to shoot a 5-under-par 66 and join Steve Lowery as first-round leaders of the $1 million B.C. Open. Fourteen others were …


Lohr Retains Canadian Open Lead

Bob Lohr used a superb putting stroke to hold off charges by Mark O’Meara and defending champion Nick Price in the third round of the Canadian Open in Oakville, Ontario. …


Dinner Fells Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods was recovering from a stomach ailment but should be ready to lead the U.S. team against Britain and Ireland in this weekend’s Walker Cup at Porthcawl, Wales. Woods …


Zimmerman Wins Playoff

Mary Beth Zimmerman won her first LPGA tournament since 1987, capturing the Rail Classic on the second hole of a playoff against the tour’s youngest pro, 21-year-old Emilee Klein. Zimmerman …


Jacklin Finds Competitive Edge Fun Again

Being a one-day circus of clinics, shootouts and celebrity rubbernecking, the Pro Classic at MeadowWood has no leader in the clubhouse. Instead, Monday’s golfpourri had Tony Jacklin, the best over-50 …


Lebeck Wins At Sahalee

After three playoffs holes, Dave Lebeck won the Northwest Players’ Championship at Sahalee Country Club in Redmond. The 23-year-old out of Portland held off 18-year-old Ryuji Imada of Tampa, Fla., …


Three Tied At Tourney

Dave Lebeck and Ryuji Imada each shot a 69 to grab a share of the lead after the second day at the Northwest Players’ Championships at Sahalee Country Club. Lebeck, …


Faldo And Olazabal Join European Forces In Quest For Ryder Cup

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Lidback Relives Past, But Recovers To Earn Her First Lpga Victory

1. Lidback 2. Tiger Woods embraces his father Earl after capturing his second U.S. Amateur. Photo by Associated Press


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