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Caudal on course for two straight victories
6/21/2008, Tenerife -- Last week’s Portugal Ladies Open champion Anne-Lise Caudal from France takes a one shot lead into the final round of the Tenerife Ladies Open at Golf Coast Adeje

Kaymer stretches lead to six in Munich
6/21/2008, Martin Kaymer is poised to give the BMW International Open a 20th birthday to remember as he takes a six stroke lead into the final round in his bid to become the first home winner of the title.

Pressel takes one-stroke lead at Wegmans LPGA
6/21/2008, Morgan Pressel fired a bogey-free, 7-under-par 65 (69-65=134, -10) in the second round of the Wegmans LPGA to take a one-stroke lead into weekend competition with a 36-hole score of 10-under 134.

Second round: Cink takes command in Cromwell
6/21/2008, CROMWELL, Conn. (AP) – Stewart Cink moved to the top of the Travelers Championship leaderboard making two long eagle putts in a 6-under 64 that left him a stroke ahead of defending champion Hunter Mahan and two others on Friday.

Amateur Ciganda leads Tenerife Ladies Open
6/20/2008, Friday 20th June 2008) – Spanish amateur Carlota Ciganda fired a second round of six-under-par 66 to lead by a shot at the halfway stage of the Tenerife Ladies Open at Golf Costa Adeje.

Kaymer builds five-shot edge at BMW International in home country
6/20/2008, MUNICH, Germany (AP) -- Martin Kaymer shot a 9-under 63 Friday to take a five-stroke lead after the second round of the BMW International Open on the European Tour

Kerr and five Koreans among seven tied for Day 1 lead at Wegmans LPGA
6/20/2008, ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) -- Japan's Ai Miyazato, celebrating her 23rd birthday, shot a 4-under 68 on Thursday to join Cristie Kerr and five South Korean players atop the crowded leaderboard at the Wegmans LPGA.

Four share lead at Travelers Championship
6/20/2008, CROMWELL, Conn. (AP) – Johnson Wagner says he could shoot a 61 while playing the TPC River Highlands on his old Sega Genesis video game as a kid.

Greciet grabs first round lead in Tenerife
6/19/2008, Tenerife - Thursday 19th June 2008) -- French rookie Julie Greciet shot a five-under-par 67 to take the first round lead at the Tenerife Ladies Open.

Four way tie at the top in Munich
6/19/2008, The BMW International Open leaderboard had a cosmopolitan look befitting the tournament’s name with Argentina’s Rafa Echenique, South African Anton Haig, Singapore’s Mardan Mamat and Australian Peter O’Malley sharing the first round lead at six under par.

Woods to miss rest of 2008 season, needs more surgery on left knee
6/19/2008, ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Tiger Woods is done for the year, but not without one last major that he said might have been his best ever.

Woods tops Mediate after 19-hole playoff
6/17/2008, SAN DIEGO (AP) -- With a throbbing knee and a pounding heart, Tiger Woods made one last improbable escape and won the U.S. Open in a 19-hole playoff over Rocco Mediate on Monday, his 14th career major and maybe the most amazing of them all.

Big final-hole birdie puts Woods into U.S. Open playoff with Mediate
6/16/2008, LA JOLLA, Calif. (AP) -- In a week of epic moments at the U.S. Open, Tiger Woods delivered the biggest one yet.

Prime-time performance puts Woods out front
6/15/2008, LA JOLLA, Calif. (AP) -- The U.S. Open went prime time, and so did Tiger Woods

Caudal remains ahead in Portugal
6/14/2008, Algarve, Portugal – Saturday 14th June 2008) – France’s Anne-Lise Caudal fired a four-under-par 69 on the second day of the Portugal Ladies Open to take a one shot lead into the final round at Quinta de Cima on the Algarve.

No major comfort zone for Appleby, but a lead into the weekend helps
6/14/2008, LA JOLLA, Calif. -- He never passes up a chance to slide that needle in. With a smile, of course.

Hicks and Streelman upstage the big names
6/13/2008, Unheralded Americans Justin Hicks and Kevin Streelman grabbed their moment in the spotlight when they shared the lead after the first round of the 108th US Open Championship after both carded three under par 68s at Torrey Pines in California.

In three-man playoff, Leonard gets second St. Jude title in four years
6/9/2008, MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Justin Leonard thought he won on the final hole of regulation only to see his ball go left of the cup. Then he was a foot away from victory on the first playoff hole.

Tseng wins McDonald's Championship as Ochoa and Sorenstam sputter
6/9/2008, HAVRE DE GRACE, Md. (AP) -- In her rookie year on the LPGA Tour, playing in only her third major championship, 19-year-old Yani Tseng felt lucky to become the youngest winner of the McDonald's LPGA Championship on Sunday.

Nocera defends ABN AMRO for seventh LET victory
6/8/2008, Gwladys Nocera successfully defended the ABN AMRO Ladies Open at Eindhovensche Golf in the Netherlands, winning by one shot with a birdie at the last hole.

Golfing Gods help steady Singh to Austrian joy
6/8/2008, India's Jeev Milkha Singh thanked the golfing Gods after emulating European Ryder Cup Captain Nick Faldo’s final round of 18 consecutive pars at the 1987 Open Championship to win the Bank Austria GolfOpen presented by Telekom Austria.

Clark breaks from pack to grab two-shot lead in Stanford St. Jude
6/8/2008, MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Tim Clark isn't thinking about how close he has come to winning his first PGA Tour title only to come up short.

Ochoa stumbles, Sorenstam contends and Lee leads at McDonald's LPGA
6/8/2008, HAVRE DE GRACE, Md. (AP) -- Stifling heat that turned Bulle Rock into an oven cooked up quite a surprise Saturday in the McDonald's LPGA Championship -- a rare stumble by Lorena Ochoa, Annika Sorenstam in the hunt and a one-shot lead for Jee Young Lee.

Nocera nabs second round lead in Holland
6/7/2008, (Eindhoven, the Netherlands - Saturday 7th June 2008) -- Frenchwoman Gwladys Nocera fired a seven-under-par 65 at the ABN AMRO Ladies Open in Holland on Saturday to take a four stroke lead heading into the final round.

Sensational Singh dominates in Austria
6/7/2008, Jeev Milkha Singh added a sensational 63 to his opening 64 to pull away from the field and threaten total domination at the Bank Austria GolfOpen presented by Telekom Austria.

Gusting wind creates six-way logjam atop St. Jude leaderboard
6/7/2008, MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Everyone at the TPC Southwind wanted a nice warmup for the U.S. Open. They got as good a simulation as possible Friday thanks to gusting wind and firm greens that made par an attractive score.

Easy day leaves Ochoa in fine shape for run at McDonald's title
6/7/2008, HAVRE DE GRACE, Md. (AP) -- Lorena Ochoa had 17 good chances at birdie Friday and made enough of them for her lowest round ever in the McDonald's LPGA Championship, a 7-under 65 that gave her a one-shot lead in her quest for a third straight major title.

French success story continues in the Netherlands
6/6/2008, (Eindhovensche Golf, Eindhoven, the Netherlands – Friday 6th June 2008) – Defending champion Gwladys Nocera and Jade Schaeffer, both from France, tied for the first round lead on five-under-par 67 at the ABN AMRO Ladies Open in the Netherlands.

Wiegele makes dream start in Austria
6/6/2008, It may have started 24 hours late, but when it got underway the Bank Austria GolfOpen presented by Telekom Austria exploded into life with Austria’s Martin Wiegele thundering into a share of the first round lead.

Weekend scouting trip pays dividends as Weekley leads at St. Jude
6/6/2008, MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Boo Weekley made the most of his time after missing the cut in the Memorial, with his work around the greens at TPC Southwind paying off Thursday.

Ochoa opens McDonald's LPGA three behind co-leaders Kane and Bastel
6/6/2008, HAVRE DE GRACE, Md. (AP) -- Even in grass up to her knees, Lorena Ochoa never panicked.

Perry wins Memorial by two shots, joins Woods as three-time champion
6/2/2008, DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) -- Kenny Perry's sole purpose on the PGA Tour this year is to go home to Kentucky for the Ryder Cup. He took a big step Sunday by winning on a course that feels like home.

After Gustafson collapses, Lee wins Ginn Tribute in playoff over Webb
6/2/2008, MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (AP) -- Seon Hwa Lee didn't expect she'd be accepting the Ginn Tribute trophy from tournament host Annika Sorenstam on Sunday.

Yang storms to first pro win in Germany
6/1/2008, Munich, Germany – Sunday 1st June 2008 – South Korea’s Amy Yang claimed the HypoVereinsbank Ladies German Open, presented by Audi, by four shots at Golfpark Gut Häusern on Sunday and announced that she would donate the €37,500 first prize money to the victims of the Chinese earthquake.

Strange cruises to victory at Celtic Manor
6/1/2008, Scott Strange shrugged off illness and difficult personal circumstances back home in Australia to produce a truly sensational display to cruise to victory in The Celtic Manor Wales Open.

Goggin stays in control at Memorial by keeping mistakes to a minimum
6/1/2008, DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) -- Mathew Goggin kept birdies and mistakes to a minimum on a long Saturday at the Memorial, shooting a 1-under 71 that was good enough to build a three-shot lead as he tries to win his first PGA Tour event.

Gustafson roars past sloppy Webb to take six-shot lead in Ginn Tribute
6/1/2008, MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (AP) -- Sophie Gustafson is not about to get complacent as she heads into the final round of the Ginn Tribute with a six-shot lead.

Strange hits the dizzy heights in Wales
5/31/2008, Beware the injured golfer’ is a well used phrase but Scott Strange gave further credence to its authenticity yesterday when he overcame a worrying dizzy spell on the course to maintain his lead in The Celtic Manor Wales Open.

Goggin and Perry reach top of Memorial board in different ways
5/31/2008, DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) -- The first sign of hope at the Memorial came from the scoreboard, which showed Mathew Goggin coming back to the pack after a blazing start. The second sign came from a gray sky that promised relief from a brutal test of golf.

Webb and Sorenstam show off their Hall of Fame play in Ginn Tribute
5/31/2008, MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (AP) -- Karrie Webb continued to show off her Hall of Fame style Friday at the Ginn Tribute -- and just in time, Annika Sorenstam did, too.

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