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Red-hot putting at Deutsche Bank brings Singh second straight win
9/2/2008, Another victory for Vijay Singh is turning the FedExCup into another snoozer.

Solid Weir takes one-shot lead over charging Villegas at Deutsche Bank
9/1/2008, Sunshine began to bake the greens, the wind kept players guessing and the birdie cheers kept right on coming Sunday in the Deutsche Bank Championship, the final one for Mike Weir.

Havret takes Johnnie Walker Championship title
8/31/2008, Gregory Havret described it as a “tough day” after getting up and down from the bunker at 18 to sneak victory in the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles.

Blomqvist wins Finnair Masters on Home Turf
8/31/2008, Finland’s Minea Blomqvist claimed a one stroke victory at the Finnair Masters, defeating her compatriot Ursula Wikstrom on home soil.

Clark bogeys away shot at 59, but takes halfway lead at Deutsche Bank
8/31/2008, Tim Clark matched his best score on the PGA Tour with a 62. He made two eagles in a span of three holes, nearly driving a par 4. And he wound up with a one-shot lead in the Deutsche Bank Championship.

Havret continues to head Gleneagles field
8/30/2008, Grégory Havret overcame a second consecutive double bogey at the 15th to maintain his narrow advantage at the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles.

Luna, Blomqvist and Wikstrom share second round lead in Finland
8/30/2008, Italy’s Diana Luna shot a six-under-par 65 to share the second round lead with Finnish duo Minea Blomqvist and Ursula Wikstrom at the Finnair Masters in Finland.

Havret keeps lead at Johnnie Walker, but Monty improves Ryder chances
8/30/2008, Gregory Havret shot a 2-under 71 Friday to hold a one-stroke lead after the second round of the Johnnie Walker Championship, while Colin Montgomerie had a 70 to boost his chance of a Ryder Cup selection.

Weir shoots carrer-low 61 for first-round lead at Deutsche Bank
8/30/2008, Mike Weir shaved his "playoff beard" when his wife and children flew into town this week, but that had no bearing on his golf Friday. This was a round to enjoy, not explain.

Recari Rules in Finland
8/29/2008, Spain’s Beatriz Recari shot a four-under-par 67 to lead by a stroke after the first round of the Finnair Masters in Helsinki, Finland.

Havret eyes Scottish double at Gleneagles
8/29/2008, Gregory Havret’s love affair with Scotland continued on Thursday when he shot a superb 68 to take a two shot lead into the second round of the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles.

Second straight 67 gives Alfredsson one-shot lead in Safeway Classic
8/24/2008, Healthy again, 43-year-old Helen Alfredsson is playing as well as she ever has before.

Luna eclipses the field in Norway
8/23/2008, Italy’s Diana Luna shot rounds of 66 and 68 to take a one shot lead into the final round of the SAS Ladies Masters in Norway.

Cabrera Bello has the field in check
8/23/2008, After a round of 65 at the Ypsilon Golf Challenge by Alex Cejka moved him to within two shots of the lead held by Rafael Cabrera Bello of Spain, England’s Seve Benson has targeted both his second Challenge Tour title and the Number One Spot in the Rankings.

Clarke shoots 66 for three-shot lead after 54 holes at KLM Open
8/23/2008, Ryder Cup contender Darren Clarke shot a 4-under 66 Saturday to take a three-stroke lead over Henrik Stenson at the KLM Open on the European Tour.

Mahan shoots 62 to take lead in The Barclays as PGA Tour playoff open
8/23/2008, With two perfect shots, Hunter Mahan put a terrible week at the PGA Championship behind him at The Barclays.

Park leads by one over six pursuers at LPGA Tour's Safeway Classic
8/23/2008, Angela Park, winless on the LPGA Tour, shot a 6-under-par 66 to take a one-stroke lead Friday after the first round of the Safeway Classic at tree-lined Columbia Edgewater Country Club.

Skarpnord and Luna take route 66 to lead in Norway
8/23/2008, Norway’s Marianne Skarpnord and Italy’s Diana Luna both shot six-under-par 66 to share the first round lead at the SAS Ladies Masters in Norway.

Rafael and Ricardo in Czech stalemate
8/22/2008, A late show from the in-form Rafael Cabrera Bello saw the Spaniard join Portugal’s Ricardo Santos at the top of the leaderboard on day two of the Ypsilon Golf Challenge by Alex Cejka.

Brilliant Clarke soars to the top at KLM Open
8/22/2008, Darren Clarke gave a huge boost to his hopes of a Ryder Cup wild card by charging into a share of the halfway lead at The KLM Open in Holland.

Muntz leads KLM Open, but Hansen is in the hunt
8/21/2008, Soren Hansen has struggled of late and Justin Rose has been losing sleep, but both took big strides towards securing their Ryder Cup places at The KLM Open on Thursday.

Four way tie at the top in Czech Republic
8/21/2008, Three Englishmen and a Swiss sit on top of a packed leaderboard after the opening round of the Ypsilon Golf Challenge by Alex Cejka on the European Challenge Tour.

Challenge Tour returns to the Czech Republic
8/19/2008, For the first time in a decade the European Challenge Tour will visit the Czech Republic this week for the Ypsilon Golf Challenge by Alex Cejka, where Scotland’s George Murray and Alexandre Rocha of Brazil will bid to bounce back after coming agonisingly close to securing victories last weekend.

Hometown hero Pettersson wins Wyndham as regular season ends
8/18/2008, Carl Pettersson was one imperfect hole from leading the full final two rounds of the Wyndham Championship. It was that brief slip-up that propelled the Swede to victory in his adopted hometown.

Wie falls short of needed win as Hull captures Canadian Women's Open
8/18/2008, Australia's Katherine Hull won the Canadian Women's Open on Sunday for her first LPGA Tour title, taking advantage of Yani Tseng's final-round meltdown for a one-stroke victory at Ottawa Hunt.

Wahlin wins Welsh playoff
8/17/2008, Sweden’s Lotta Wahlin won the S4C Wales Ladies Championship of Europe, defeating Germany’s Martina Eberl at the second extra hole of a sudden death playoff.

Tseng leads Canadian Women´s Open, where Wie´s hopes are fading
8/17/2008, Yani Tseng finished off a course-record 8-under 64 in the rain-delayed second round, then shot a 68 in the third to take a four-stroke lead Saturday in the CN Canadian Women's Open.

Peter Hanson wins the SAS Masters
8/17/2008, Peter Hanson defied cold, wet and windy conditions to give Sweden their first home winner of the SAS Masters for ten years in Stockholm.

Baird and McCarron charge, but Pettersson holds his lead at Wyndham
8/17/2008, The pressure to follow a record round with an even better number got to Carl Pettersson. Just not enough to cost him the lead.

Hanson takes control at SAS Masters
8/17/2008, Rising to the challenge of playing in front of his home fans, Peter Hanson takes a two stroke lead into the final round of the SAS Masters in Stockholm.

Ochoa leades rainy Canadian Women´s Open, but Wie´s still in the hunt
8/17/2008, Defending champion Lorena Ochoa shot a 4-under 68 on Friday to take a two-stroke lead during the suspended second round of the Canadian Women's Open, while Michelle Wie had a 70 to put herself in position to make the cut.

Record round gives Pettersson three-shot edge at Wyndham Championship
8/16/2008, Carl Pettersson supported moving the Wyndham Championship to Sedgefield Country Club. After a performance like this, it's easy to see why.

Dougherty and Hanson top the table in Sweden
8/15/2008, Ryder Cup hopeful Nick Dougherty produced a sparkling finish to regain a share of the lead at the SAS Masters going into the weekend.

Eberl maintains Welsh lead
8/15/2008, Germany’s Martina Eberl shot a second round of one-under-par 71 to maintain her one stroke lead at the S4C Wales Ladies Championship of Europe.

Ochoa leads CN Canadian Women's Open
8/15/2008, Defending champion Lorena Ochoa shot a bogey-free 6-under 66 to take a one-stroke lead over Annika Sorenstam in the CN Canadian Women's Open, leaving Michelle Wie nine strokes back Thursday in her final LPGA Tour event of the year.

Heintz and Laird tie course mark with 63s to lead Wyndham Championship
8/15/2008, Bob Heintz has always wanted some fans to follow him around the course for a change.

Trio share lead at SAS Masters
8/15/2008, Pedro Linhart, Nick Dougherty and Peter Hanson share the lead on four under par after shooting fine first round scores of 66 at the SAS Masters.

Ace Martina Leads in Wales
8/15/2008, Germany’s Martina Eberl shot a sparkling seven-under-par 65 in fine weather to take a one stroke lead at the S4C Wales Ladies Championship of Europe in Llanelli.

Awesome Harrington wins US PGA Championship
8/11/2008, Padraig Harrington broke a 78-year European jinx on Sunday night as he won the US PGA Championship at Oakland Hills Country Club, winning back-to-back Majors in the process after a nerve-wracking duel with Sergio Garcia.

Yang spoils Sorenstam’s Swedish swansong
8/10/2008, South Korean teenager Amy Yang shot a final round of nine-under-par 63 to win by six strokes at the Scandinavian TPC Hosted by Annika.

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