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At Sherwood, Couples still hanging with youngsters
12/20/2008, In an elite field at the Chevron World Challenge, which is loaded with players from the top 50 in the world ranking, Fred Couples can claim he belongs because of his age

Els chasing SA Open glory at Pearl Valley
12/19/2008, Ernie Els heads into the weekend of the South African Open two strokes off the lead, and may have uncovered something far greater than his second round 67 suggested at Pearl Valley Golf Estates on Friday

Jacklin receives PGA Recognition Award
12/19/2008, Two-time Major Champion Tony Jacklin was honoured for his outstanding contribution to golf on Friday December 19.

Furyk surprises himself by taking lead at Sherwood
12/19/2008, In what amounts to a one-week break from his four-month vacation, Jim Fury surprised himself with a 4-under 68 that gave him a two-shot lead after the first round of the Chevron World Challenge on Thursday.

Unheralded Zanotti leads SA Open
12/18/2008, On a strangely windstill day at Pearl Valley Golf Estates, Paraguay’s Fabrizio Zanotti found himself right at home in the sweltering heat as he posted an eight under par 64 for the first round lead in the South African Open on Thursday.

Camera broken by Daly sold on Australia's eBay site
12/18/2008, The camera broken by John Daly last week in the first round of the Australian Open will end up benefiting a charity after it was sold for $1,075 on eBay

Perry-Hoch holds on to win by four over Holmes-Weekley
12/15/2008, Kenny Perry and Scott Hoch held off J.B. Holmes and Boo Weekley to win the Merrill Lynch Shootout on Sunday

Sterne wins in South Africa
12/14/2008, Richard Sterne clinched the Alfred Dunhill Championship by a single shot after a thrilling final round at Leopard Creek Golf Club

Monke wins Sorenstam’s final tournament by three shots in Dubai
12/14/2008, Germany’s Anja Monke triumphed at Annika Sorenstam’s farewell tournament on Sunday, shooting a final round of four-under-par 68 for a three shot victory at the Dubai Ladies Masters, the season-ending event on the Ladies European Tour.

Perry-Hoch team cards better-ball 60, leads by four
12/14/2008, Kenny Perry had eight birdies and an eagle and he and partner Scott Hoch finished with a 12-under 60 in the better-ball format at the second round of the Merrill Lynch Shootout on Saturday.

Clark snatches victory
12/14/2008, South Africa's Tim Clark has claimed the 2008 Australian Open defeating Mathew Goggin on the first hole of a dramatic sudden-death playoff at Royal Sydney GC

Aiken holds slender lead at Alfred Dunhill Championship
12/13/2008, South African Thomas Aiken fired a course record 61 to storm to the top of the leaderboard at the Alfred Dunhill Championship

Smail goes through the wringer
12/13/2008, Exhausted New Zealand golfer David Smail battled a lack of sleep, intense heat and strong winds to slog his way to the top of the leaderboard with a third-round 70 in the Australian Open at Royal Sydney on Saturday.

Monke leads, Sorenstam four shots back
12/13/2008, Germany’s Anja Monke grabbed the third round lead at the Dubai Ladies Masters with a four-under-par 68 on the Majlis Course at Emirates Golf Club on Saturday

Dartnell has two-stroke lead after finishing rained-out second round
12/13/2008, Australia's Stephen Dartnell had a two-stroke lead in the Australian Open on Saturday after the completion of the rain-suspended second round.

Trio tied for lead in South Africa
12/12/2008, Oskar Henningsson, Len Mattiace and Robert Rock share the halfway lead at the Alfred Dunhill Championship after reaching 11 under par after the second round at Leopard Creek Golf Club in South Africa

Ochoa nominated for U.S. Sports Academy Athlete of the Year
12/12/2008, The polls are open for the 2008 United States Sports Academy (USSA) Athletes of the Year awards presented by USAToday and NBC Sports and Lorena Ochoa is once again up for Female Athlete of the Year.

Sorenstam edges closer to fairytale finish
12/12/2008, A second round of six-under-par 66 propelled Sweden’s Annika Sorenstam into the halfway lead at the Dubai Ladies Masters on Friday

Strong showing from graduates in South Africa
12/12/2008, The opening day of the Alfred Dunhill Championship once again served to reinforce the European Challenge Tour’s reputation as a breeding ground for the stars of the future

Head start for Jo at Annika´s last tournament
12/11/2008, England’s Johanna Head made the perfect start at the Dubai Ladies Masters with a flawless six-under-par 66 over the Majlis Course at Emirates Golf Club

Pavin set for US Ryder captaincy
12/11/2008, Corey Pavin is set to be named the new United States Ryder Cup captain for the 2010 contest at Celtic Manor in Wales

Trio share lead in Sydney
12/11/2008, Three players share a two-shot lead at the end of an eventful opening day at Royal Sydney after carding course-record equalling seven-under 65s in benign conditions.

Daly snatches camera, smashes it into tree when fans gets to close
12/11/2008, John Daly smashed a spectator's camera into a tree while shooting a 6-over 78 in the first round of the Australian Open on Thursday, making it likely he will miss the cut for the third consecutive week Down Under.

Faldo decries changes at Augusta National
12/11/2008, Three-time champion Nick Faldo stopped playing the Masters when he took over as lead golf analyst for CBS Sports

Royal Trophy: Olazabal replaces Seve as captain
12/8/2008, Jose Maria Olazabal has been named to replace fellow Spaniard Seve Ballesteros as captain of the Europe team to take on Asia in the Ryder Cup-style Royal Trophy golf tournament next month

Bush welcomes victorious Ryder Cup team to White House
12/8/2008, President George W. Bush celebrated Monday with American golfers who reclaimed the Ryder Cup for the U.S.

Stenson cruises to Sun City win, Perry rallies for second
12/7/2008, Sweden's Henrik Stenson shot a 4-under 68 Sunday as he cruised to a nine-shot win ahead of Kenny Perry at the Nedbank Golf Challenge.

Ogilvy conquers Coolum
12/7/2008, Geoff Ogilvy has broken through for his first win in Australia, the 2006 US Open champion capturing the Cadbury Schweppes Australian PGA Championship title after a final-round duel with overnight leader Mathew Goggin at Coolum.

Norman, Langer join field at Skins Game
12/7/2008, Greg Norman and Bernhard Langer will debut in the eight-man field of four teams in the Wendy's Champions Skins Game at Kaanapali Beach Resort in Hawaii next month.

Goggin finishes inconsistent round with lead at Australian PGA
12/7/2008, Australia's Mathew Goggin birdied the final hole for a 3-under 69 and a one-stroke lead Saturday after the third round of the Australian PGA Championship

Magical 59 is Frazar's reward for positive attitude and hard work
12/7/2008, Harrison Frazar was the one to shoot the elusive 59 on Saturday, but he didn't plan any special celebration.

Australian PGA nears halfway with Lyle and Googin sharing lead
12/6/2008, Jarrod Lyle tied the course record with a 9-under 63 Friday to take a share of the second-round lead with fellow Australian Mathew Goggin at the Australian PGA championship

Harrington wins The European Tour Shot of the Year
12/6/2008, Padraig Harrington’s stunning five wood approach to the 17th hole on the final day of The 137th Open Championship at Royal Birkdale has been voted The European Tour Shot of the Year for 2008

Sheehan, Wilkinson tied for lead at Australian PGA Championship
12/5/2008, Australian Paul Sheehan birdied the tough 18th hole early Friday to finish the first round with a 6-under-par 66 and a share of the lead at the storm-delayed Australian PGA championship.

Choi's 11-foot birdie on 18 seals Skins Game triumph
12/2/2008, K.J. Choi holed an 11-foot birdie putt worth $270,000 on the 18th hole Sunday to win the 26th Skins Game with $415,000

Pampling triumphs on third playoff hole at Australian Masters
11/30/2008, Rod Pamplig won the Australian Masters on Sunday, beating Australian countryman Marcus Fraser with a par on the third playoff hole

Team International wins Lexus Cup
11/30/2008, Sorenstam-led squad defeats Team Asia 12 ½ to 11 ½

Sweden win Omega Mission Hills World Cup
11/30/2008, Robert Karlsson and Henrik Stenson combined to produce a scintillating performance in the final round foursomes to capture the Omega Mission Hills World Cup for Sweden

Sportsbet Australian Masters evenly poised
11/29/2008, Robert Allenby and Michael Sim have a two shot lead going into the final round of an enthralling Sportsbet Australian Masters at Huntingdale

Lexus cup - All square in Singapore
11/29/2008, Team Asia and Team International battled to a 6-6 tie following two days of play at the Lexus Cup

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