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Surging Perry grabs John Deere for third his win in last five starts
7/14/2008, Kenny Perry beat Brad Adamonis and Jay Williamson in a playoff to win the John Deere Classic and escape with his third victory in five starts after bogeying the 18th hole on Sunday.

Magnificent McDowell wins The Barclays Scottish Open
7/13/2008, Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell has won The Barclays Scottish Open by two shots after a final round score of 68 took him to 13 under par at Loch Lomond Golf Club.

Creamer cools off with 70, but still leads Jamie Farr Classic by four
7/13/2008, Paula Creamer shot a 1-under-par 70, 10 more shots than she needed for her first round, and still held a four-stroke lead after three rounds of the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic on Saturday.

Perry moves into tie for lead with Axley and Adamonis at John Deere
7/13/2008, Kenny Perry can't figure it out, either.

McDowell and Khan share Loch Lomond lead
7/13/2008, Graeme McDowell scored a superb 66 to top The Barclays Scottish Open leaderboard on ten under par alongside Simon Khan going into the final round at Loch Lomond Golf Club.

Creamer follows her 60 with 65, and leads by six at Jamie Farr Classic
7/12/2008, In the quiet of the locker room after missing the cut a year ago, a disgusted Paula Creamer swore she'd get even with Highland Meadows Golf Club.

Strong finish keeps Perry in touch with leader MacKenzie at John Deere
7/12/2008, Kenny Perry again sizzled following a sluggish start and was two strokes off the lead after the second round of the John Deere Classic on Friday.

Ace moves Mickelson closer to leader Cabrera in Scottish Open
7/12/2008, Phil Mickelson had a hole-in-one at the Barclays Scottish Open on Friday to make the cut and go into the weekend five strokes behind leader Angel Cabrera.

Creamer shoots 11-under 60 to lead first round of Jamie Farr Classic
7/11/2008, SYLVANIA, Ohio - Paula Creamer knew she was playing well. She was surprised just how well.

Wi, Duke share lead; Perry's at it again
7/11/2008, SILVIS, Illinois – Kenny Perry continued his best run in more than two decades on the PGA TOUR, firing a 6-under 65 Thursday in the first round of the John Deere Classic that put him one stroke off the lead.

Mickelson and Els start slowly in Scottish Open, where surprises lead
7/11/2008, LUSS, Scotland (AP) -- Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand and Alexander Noren of Sweden shot 7-under 64s Thursday to share the lead after the first round of the Barclays Scottish Open on the European Tour.

European Tour set for return to the Czech Republic
7/10/2008, The European Tour will return to the Czech Republic for the first time in 12 years with the announcement that the Czech Golf Open will feature on the 2009 International Schedule.

Home victory for England´s Hudson
7/6/2008, Rebecca Hudson captured her second title in the space of three weeks with a final round 64 at the weather interrupted Ladies English Open.

Fisher crowned king at The European Open
7/6/2008, Ross Fisher looked back on a “great week” after overcoming adverse weather and a world class field to win The European Open in emphatic style at The London Golf Club.

Steady and simple Pernice takes one-shot lead at AT&T National
7/6/2008, Tom Pernice Jr. was easy to ignore Saturday in the AT&T National until he wound up in the lead.

Reid leads English Open on home turf
7/5/2008, England’s Melissa Reid shot a two-under-par 70 on the second day of the Ladies English Open at The Oxfordshire Golf Club to take a two shot lead into the final round.

Overton and Pernice share lead at halfway point of AT&T National
7/5/2008, Jeff Overton doesn't feel like a different player than the guy who could couldn't make it to the weekend on the PGA Tour over the last two months. Funny how seeing the ball go in the hole changes everything.

Ross still on course to be The Fisher King
7/5/2008, Englishman Ross Fisher tamed both the adverse weather and a formidable 18th hole at The London Golf Club to take a three-stroke lead into the final round of The European Open.

Five tied for lead at English Open
7/4/2008, Oxfordshire, England – English duo Melissa Reid and Natalie Booth share the first round lead with Sweden’s Emma Zackrisson, Australia’s Joanne Mills and Italian Margherita Rigon at the Ladies English Open.

Fisher angling for success
7/4/2008, England’s Ross Fisher holds a one stroke lead in The European Open with a world-class chasing pack gathered and ready to strike over the weekend at The London Golf Club.

In front of rowdy hometown fans, Marino takes lead at AT&T National
7/4/2008, BETHESDA, Md. (AP) -- Steve Marino used to consider it a treat the few times he played Congressional as a teenager.

Record breaking Fisher leads The European Open
7/3/2008, Two days after wondering if he was too tired to give The European Open his best shot, Ross Fisher beat The London Golf Club course record and claimed top spot on the leaderboard in the process.

Park is youngest winner of U.S. Women's Open
6/30/2008, EDINA, Minn. (AP) -- Inbee Park woke up in the middle of the night 10 years ago when she heard cheering from the living room of her tiny apartment outside Seoul.

Perry edges stumbling Austin to win Buick Open for second time
6/30/2008, GRAND BLANC, Mich. (AP) -- Kentucky, Kenny Perry is coming home. Perry shot a 6-under 66 on Sunday to win the Buick Open by a stroke at 19 under, likely locking up a spot on the Ryder Cup team that will face Europe at Valhalla about 40 miles from his birthplace.

Allez Larrazabal ! Imperious Pablo wins in France
6/29/2008, Pablo Larrazabal was crowned European golf’s newest star at the Open de France ALSTOM after a stunning performance at Le Golf National saw the swashbuckling Spaniard hold off the challenge of a host of European Tour champions including former Order of Merit winners Colin Montgomerie and Lee Westwood.

In her first pro event, Lewis leads U.S. Women's Open through 54 holes
6/29/2008, EDINA, Minn. (AP) -- Stacy Lewis is making her professional debut one to remember.

Two-shot swing on final hole gives Chopra two-shot lead at Buick Open
6/29/2008, GRAND BLANC, Mich. (AP) -- Daniel Chopra's tendency to be wild off the tee and accurate from the rough led Todd Hamilton's caddie to give him a nickname at the Buick Open.

Pablo feels no pressure to lead star names in France
6/28/2008, Pablo Larrazabal’s brilliant third round of four under par 67 at Le Golf National saw the 25 year old Spaniard hold off Ryder Cup giants Colin Montgomerie and Lee Westwood and everyone else in the field at the Open de France ALSTOM.

For second straight year, Park leads stormy Women's Open second round
6/28/2008, EDINA, Minn. (AP) -- Halfway across the country, this U.S. Women's Open must look familiar to Angela Park. She was in the lead after 36 holes of a tournament again delayed by storms, and Cristie Kerr was moving quickly up the leaderboard.

Winless Van Pelt leads Buick Open by two shots over Chopra and Hart
6/28/2008, GRAND BLANC, Mich. (AP) -- The PGA Tour's optimistic view of life without Tiger Woods is that it gives unheralded players a chance in the spotlight. Bo Van Pelt is trying to take advantage.

Larrazabal and Lynn lead in France
6/27/2008, A brilliant chip-in birdie three from the greenside bunker at Le Golf National’s notorious 18th hole helped David Lynn into a share of the Open de France ALSTOM lead with Pablo Larrazabal, while star names Cabrera, Montgomerie and Westwood all moved into contention to set-up a brilliant weekend’s golf.

Hot-finishing Hurst shares Women's Open lead with Oh as stars struggle
6/27/2008, EDINA, Minn. (AP) -- Gathering clouds gave way to sunshine, the first of many surprises Thursday in a U.S. Women's Open that didn't go the way anyone expected, least of all Pat Hurst.

Mediate struggles at Buick Open, where Pavin, Van Pelt and Hart lead
6/27/2008, GRAND BLANC, Mich. (AP) -- Rocco Mediate was simply exhausted. Physically and mentally.

Larrazabal is no fish out of water in France
6/26/2008, Pablo Larrazabal compiled a brilliant opening score of six under par 65 to take the first round lead at the Open de France ALSTOM as he continued his colourful golfing journey that started on a fish farm and could well end in French Open glory.

Cink holds off Mahan and Armour to win Travelers Championship
6/23/2008, CROMWELL, Conn. (AP) -- Stewart Cink had a reputation as a good golfer who just couldn't finish off a tournament.

Ji holds off Pettersen at Wegmans LPGA to become season's fourth Rolex First-Time Winner
6/23/2008, South Korean Eun-Hee Ji (70-71-64-67=272, -16) became the fourth Rolex First-Time Winner of the 2008 LPGA Tour season at the Wegmans LPGA as she held off Rolex Rankings' number three and five-time Tour winner Suzann Pettesen (70-65-67-72=272, -14) by two strokes.

Kaymer makes history with BMW play-off victory
6/22/2008, Martin Kaymer became the first German to win the BMW International Open in its 20 year history after bravely holding off Dane Anders Hansen in a play-off at Golfclub München Eichenried.

Playoff victory for Hudson in Tenerife
6/22/2008, Tenerife - Sunday 22nd June 2008) – England’s Rebecca Hudson birdied the third extra hole of a sudden-death playoff against Anne-Lise Caudal from France to capture the Tenerife Ladies Open at Golf Costa Adeje on Sunday.

Pettersen leads entering final round at Wegmans LPGA
6/22/2008, Norway's Suzann Pettersen moved into the lead with a 5-under-par 67 on Saturday at the Wegmans LPGA. The 27-year-old sits at 14-under-par (70-65-67=202) entering Sunday's final round at Locust Hill Country Club outside Rochester, N.Y.

Third round: Cink still in control, building lead
6/22/2008, CROMWELL, Conn. (AP) –Stewart Cink birdied the final two holes Saturday to take a two-stroke lead into the final round of the Travelers Championship.

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