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Saether snatches lead from Sorenstam
8/9/2008, Norway’s Lill Saether birdied six of her first seven holes, shooting an eight-under 64 on Saturday to take a one-stroke lead after the second round of the Scandinavian TPC Hosted by Annika.

90th PGA Championship – brutal conditions for golf
8/9/2008, American JB Holmes will take a one-shot lead into the third round of the 90th USPGA Championship after another brutal day at Oakland Hills.

Romero drops back to leave Karlsson and Singh in front
8/8/2008, Robert Karlsson and Jeev Milkha Singh stood alone at the top of the leaderboard at the conclusion of the first round of the US PGA Championship as fellow European Tour Member Andres Romero dropped a shot at the last.

Sorenstam leads by one in native Sweden
8/8/2008, Annika Sorenstam made a strong start at the Scandinavian TPC, a tournament she hosts on the Ladies European Tour.

Romero on a Rocky Mountain High
8/5/2008, Eduardo Romero deemed himself strong and spirited at the start of the U.S. Senior Open on Thursday.

McLachlin cruises to seven-shot victory at Legends Reno-Tahoe Open
8/4/2008, Parker McLachlin shot a 2-over 74 Sunday and still cruised to his first PGA Tour victory by seven strokes at the Legends Reno-Tahoe Open.

Ending 0-for 34 drought, Singh wins his first WGC Event at Firestone
8/4/2008, Vijay Singh nearly threw away the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational by missing three putts inside 8 feet on the back nine at Firestone.

Rising Korean star Shin wins Ricoh Women's British Open by three shots
8/3/2008, What was billed as Annika Sorenstam's farewell to the majors turned into yet another showcase for the young stars from Asia.

McLachlin extends his lead to six strokes at Legends Reno-Tahoe Open
8/3/2008, Parker McLachlin made a 9-foot eagle putt as part of a 6-under 66 Saturday to set a course record for 54 holes and take a six-stroke lead into the final round of the Legends Reno-Tahoe Open.

Singh, Mickelson and Westwood tied after 54 holes of WGC-Bridgestone
8/3/2008, Phil Mickelson and Vijay Singh slugged it out in the trees and on the greens Saturday throughout an up-and-down day at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational until they wound up in a tie for the lead with a far more conventional Lee Westwood.

Fudoh of Japan leads Women's British Open by a shot after 54 holes
8/2/2008, Yuri Fudoh of Japan shot a 3-under 69 to lead by one stroke after the third round of the Ricoh Women's British Open on Saturday.

McLachlin´s 62 ties rekord at Reno-Tahoe Open, where Wie missed cut
8/2/2008, Michelle Wie failed in her eighth attempt to make the cut on the PGA Tour, shooting a second-round 80 at the Legends Reno-Tahoe Open Friday.

Singh takes a one-shot halfway lead over Mickelson at WGC-Bridgestone
8/2/2008, Without the world's No. 1 player around, Vijay Singh and Phil Mickelson brought some star power Friday to the final World Golf Championship of the year.

Fudoh and Shin share halfway lead at the RICOH Women’s British Open
8/1/2008, A year after Japanese company Ricoh took over the title sponsorship of the Women’s British Open, three golfers of the same nationality enjoyed their day in the spotlight at Sunningdale Golf Club near London on Friday.

Overton leads Reno-Tahoe Open, where Wie puts together solid round
8/1/2008, Michelle Wie put herself in contention to make her first cut in eight tries on the PGA Tour, shooting a 1-over 73 in Thursday's opening round of the Legends Reno-Tahoe Open that left her eight strokes behind leader Jeff Overton.

Goosen takes narrow lead on tamer Firestone South at WGC-Bridgestone
7/31/2008, Retief Goosen, a late arrival and an early starter, took advantage of a Firestone South course that played long and short on his way to a 4-under 66 that gave him a one-shot lead in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational on Thursday.

With stellar 65, veteran Inkster leads Women's British Open by one
7/31/2008, Juli Inkster had the sort of opening round Annika Sorenstam was hoping for at the Ricoh Women's British Open, a bogey-free 7-under 65 that left the 48-year-old American one shot ahead of the field.

Reavie wins Canadian Open
7/28/2008, Chez Reavie won the national championship Sunday for his first PGA TOUR title, closing with a 1-under 70 in near-perfect conditions for a three-stroke victory over Billy Mayfair.

Sweden's Mikael Lundberg wins second Russian Open title
7/28/2008, Mikael Lundberg won his second Russian Open title with birdies on two of the last three holes for a 68 Sunday and a two-stroke victory over Jose Manuel Lara.

Playoff victory for Alfredsson at Evian
7/28/2008, Helen Alfredsson claimed her third Evian Masters title with a birdie at the third extra hole of a sudden death play-off against South Korea’s Na-Yeon Choi and Angela Park of Brazil on Sunday.

Kim and Reavie tied at Canadian Open as darkness falls on third round
7/27/2008, Anthony Kim and Chez Reavie topped the leaderboard when the sun -- yes, the sun -- dipped below the trees at rain-drenched Glen Abbey, ending yet another long day at the RBC Canadian Open.

Second round of Canadian Open finishes up with Reavie ahead by three
7/26/2008, Chez Reavie picked up a stroke before he even got to Glen Abbey for the third round of the RBC Canadian Open.

Lundberg leads going into Russian Open finale
7/26/2008, Former champion Mikael Lundberg will go into the fourth round of the Inteco Russian Open Golf Championship with a one shot advantage at the top of the leaderboard after shooting a solid 68.

Late birdies keep Park in front of Kung and Inkster in Evian Masters
7/26/2008, Angela Park birdied the final three holes for a 4-under 68 Saturday to keep a one-shot lead after the third round of the Evian Masters.

Weir shoots 65 to share lead with Kim and Axley at rainy Canadian Open
7/26/2008, Mike Weir gave Canadian Open fans what they came to see on another rainy day at drenched Glen Abbey.

Swedes hold Half-time lead at Russian Open
7/26/2008, Former Ryder Cup player Jarmo Sandelin and Mikael Lundberg continued Sweden's recent dominance of the Inteco Russian Open Golf Championship on Friday by claiming the lead at the halfway point in Moscow.

Teenager Park leads Evian Masters, but Alfredsson sets new course mark
7/25/2008, Helen Alfredsson shot a course-record 9-under 63 Friday to pull within a shot of leader Angela Park after the second round of the Evian Masters.

Rainy day in Canadian Open
7/25/2008, Mike Weir gave Canadian Open fans what they came to see on another rainy day at drenched Glen Abbey.

Ochoa leads by one at Evian
7/25/2008, World No.1 Lorena Ochoa posted a flawless seven-under-par 65 to lead by one stroke after the first round of the Evian Masters in France.

Oh tops Tseng in sudden death to claim State Farm LPGA Classic
7/22/2008, Second-year LPGA Tour golfer Ji Young Oh won her first tournament Sunday, sinking a 6-inch putt for par to win the State Farm Classic in a playoff over rookie Yani Tseng.

Delighted Harrington savours place in history
7/20/2008, Padraig Harrington was delighted to regain possession of a "shinier" Claret Jug after winning The Open Championship in superb style on a windswept final day at Royal Birkdale.

Wie disqualified from State Farm Classic
7/20/2008, Michelle Wie was disqualified following the third round at the LPGA State Farm Classic for failure to sign her score card after Friday's second round, which is a violation of Rule 6-6 b. according to The Rules of Golf and confirmed by the USGA.

Tseng takes lead at LPGA State Farm Classic
7/20/2008, LPGA Tour rookie Yani Tseng has her sights set on her second win of the season, as she takes a two-stroke lead over Katie Futcher into Sunday's final round of the LPGA State Farm Classic in Springfield

Eberl Wins BMW Ladies Italian Open
7/20/2008, Germany’s Martina Eberl cruised to a five stroke victory at the BMW Ladies Italian Open in Tuscany. The win was her second in 10 months after the 2007 Madrid Ladies Masters last October.

Norman two clear with Harrington and Choi on his heels
7/19/2008, Greg Norman's fairytale run at The 137th Open Championship continued with a third round 72 ensuring he will take a two-shot lead over the defending champion Padraig Harrington and K J Choi into the final round at Royal Birkdale.

Kim keeps State Farm LPGA lead, but Wie closes to within one
7/19/2008, Christina Kim's second-round 68 at the LPGA State Farm Classic looked ordinary compared to her opening 63, but it included a birdie putt on her last hole that gave her a one-stroke lead over the charging Michelle Wie and three others.

Choi falters while Harrington soars
7/19/2008, Just days after an injured wrist had Padraig Harrington doubting his ability to defend The Open Championship, it seems his grip on the Claret Jug is tighter than ever.

Kim leads State Farm LPGA Classic, but Wie is only four off the pace
7/18/2008, SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) -- Christina Kim shot a 9-under 63 Thursday to take a one-stroke lead at the State Farm Classic, a tournament she just missed winning last year.

137. Open - Round 1: Morning horrors, afternoon delights
7/17/2008, Heavy downpours made Royal Birkdale a monster early in Thursday's first round of the 137th Open Championship. However, when the rains lifted in the afternoon, things got markedly easier and new names hit the leaderboard.

Creamer hangs on to win Jamie Farr Classic by two strokes
7/14/2008, Paula Creamer shot a 2-over 73 Sunday and did just enough to make a big lead stand, going wire-to-wire to win the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic by two strokes.

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