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Australia and Spain set for final day showdown
11/29/2008, Brendan Jones sank a birdie on the last to ensure Australia take a share of the lead alongside Spain into the final round of the Omega Mission Hills World Cup

Clark ahead in Australia
11/28/2008, A second round 70 proved good enough to enable first round joint-leader Tim Clark of South Africa to keep his nose in front at the Sportsbet Australian Masters at Huntingdale

Spain blazes way to commanding four-shot lead
11/28/2008, Miguel Angel Jimenez and Pablo Larrazabal lifted Spain into a four-shot lead at the World Cup of Golf, shooting a surprising 9-under 63 on Friday in the difficult foursomes (alternate-shot) format

Asia, International teams tied at 3 in Lexus Cup
11/28/2008, Jeong Jang and Candie Kung beat Annika Sorenstam and Angela Stanford 3 and 2 on Friday to help Asia split the six opening alternate-shot matches in the Lexus Cup, Sorenstam's final LPGA Tour-sanctioned event before she retires

Hend and Clark lead Down Under
11/28/2008, Florida-based Queenslander Scott Hend and South African Tim Clark are the clubhouse leaders at the Sportsbet Australian Masters after a violent electrical storm swept across Huntingdale during the first round, delaying play for almost three hours

At 10 under, German team takes World Cup lead
11/27/2008, Martin Kaymer and Alex Cejka combined for a 10-under 62, giving Germany a one-stroke lead over Australia's Richard Green and Brendan Jones after the first round of the World Cup of Golf on Thursday.

Mexico´s Ochoa named LPGA Tour´s Player of the Year for third time
11/26/2008, The LPGA has honored Lorena Ochoa with the Rolex Player of the Year and Vare Trophy Awards, while Yani Tseng was selected as the Rookie of the Year

Shin wins ADT Championship and $1 million top prize
11/24/2008, As she walked down the 18th fairway Sunday, Ji-Yai Shin kept her thoughts away from becoming an instant millionaire.

Lin wins in dramatic play-off in Hong Kong
11/23/2008, Chinese Taipei's Lin Wen-tang edged a thrilling play-off against Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy and Italy’s Francesco Molinari to capture the UBS Hong Kong Open and secure his first victory on The European Tour

Creamer hospitalized overnight, play on Sunday now in doubt
11/23/2008, Paula Creamer has played well enough this week to have a chance of winning the LPGA Tour's money title

Wilson leads, Langer charges at Hong Kong Open
11/22/2008, Oliver Wilson made six birdies to take the outright lead, but veteran Bernhard Langer stole the limelight Saturday by moving within two strokes of the Englishman after the third round of the $2.5 million Hong Kong Open.

Sixteen players advance to round three at ADT Championship
11/22/2008, The first two rounds are complete and the 32-player field at the ADT Championship has been cut to the top-16 players for Saturday’s third round

Four players share halfway lead in Hong Kong
11/21/2008, England's Oliver Fisher put himself in contention for a maiden European Tour victory as he moved into a four way tie at the top of the UBS Hong Kong Open leaderboard at the end of the second round

Sorenstam and Ochoa start poorly at ADT, need big Friday to play on
11/21/2008, Annika Sorenstam's farewell to the LPGA Tour could come two days earlier than she hoped

Liang and Sterne lead after day one
11/20/2008, China’s Number One Liang Wen-chong and South African Richard Sterne will take a one stroke lead into the second day of the UBS Hong Kong Open after carding impressive opening rounds

Stanford holds off Sorenstam to win Lorena Ochoa Invitational
11/17/2008, Annika Sorenstam nearly holed her third shot on the par-5 18th, then lipped out a 9-foot birdie try to give Angela Stanford a one-stroke victory Sunday in the inaugural Lorena Ochoa Invitational

Singh edges Harrington and Els to claim Barclays Singappore Open
11/17/2008, India's Jeev Milkha Singh closed with a 2-under 69 Sunday to win the $5 million Barclays Singapore Open by one stroke ahead Ernie Els and Padraig Harrington

Sorenstam makes up five shots to trail Stanford by one in Mexico
11/16/2008, Annika Sorenstam made up five strokes on leader Angela Stanford on Saturday in the Lorena Ochoa Invitational, shooting a 5-under 67 to cut her deficit to just a stroke with one round left

Hee Kyung Seo wins Saint Four Ladies Masters in Jeju
11/16/2008, Hee Kyung Seo birdied her last four holes to claim the inaugural Saint Four Ladies Masters on Jeju Island in South Korea on Sunday

Chapchai Charges into Clubhouse Lead
11/16/2008, Thailand's Chapchai Nirat surged into a two-stroke lead at the US$5 million Barclays Singapore Open with a host of big names lurking when the third round was suspended due to fading light on Saturday.

Tournament host Ochoa trails halfway leader Stanford by 10 shots
11/15/2008, Angela Stanford shot a 6-under 66 on Friday in the second round of the Lorena Ochoa Invitational to take a two-stroke lead over LPGA Championship winner Yani Tseng.

Ahn continues to lead Saint Four Ladies Masters in Jeju
11/15/2008, Sun-Ju Ahn added a bogey-free 70 to her opening 65 to lead for the second consecutive day at the Saint Four Ladies Masters in Jeju, South Korea.

Els, Dyson share second-round Singapore Open lead at 6 under
11/15/2008, South African star Ernie Els and England's Simon Dyson share the Singapore Open lead Saturday after the completion of the delayed second round.

Ochoa opens with 73 in her own event, while Sorenstam roars to lead
11/14/2008, Lorena Ochoa struggled Thursday in the first round in her own Lorena Ochoa Invitational, shooting a 1-over 73 on her home course to drop five strokes behind Annika Sorenstam and the other leaders.

Ahn shines in Jeju, South Korea
11/14/2008, South Korea’s Sun Ju Ahn fired seven birdies for a course record 65 and the first round lead at the Saint Four Ladies Masters in Jeju on Friday.

Lam leads stars as rain halts first round of Barclays Singapore Open
11/14/2008, Chih Bing Lam upstaged the big names to take a first-round lead at the $5 million Barclays Singapore Open on Thursday in a bid to become the first local player to win the tournament.

Love earns lifetime exemption with 20th career victory at Disney World
11/10/2008, Davis Love III hit into the rough and a bunker on the last two holes. Then he hit the jackpot

Garcia edges out Wilson at HSBC Champions
11/10/2008, New World Number Two Sergio Garcia made the perfect start to The Race to Dubai when he edged out Ryder Cup team-mate Oliver Wilson in a play-off to win a thrilling HSBC Champions in Shanghai.

Korea's Shin wins Mizuno Classic for second LPGA Tour title
11/9/2008, Shin Ji-yai won the Mizuno Classic for her second LPGA Tour title and ninth international victory of the year, shooting a 5-under 67 on Sunday to easily hold off Mayu Hattori at Kinetsu Kashikojima

Verplank and Marino share lead heading to final round at Disney
11/9/2008, Steve Marino shot a 6-under par 66 Saturday to tie Scott Verplank for the lead heading into the final round of the $4.6 million Children's Miracle Network Classic at Disney World.

Wilson leads going into final day
11/9/2008, Oliver Wilson maintained his bid for a maiden career title and his one stroke lead over former US Open Championship winner Geoff Ogilvy as the HSBC Champions in Shanghai heads for a thrilling finish.

Sizzling iron game and warm clothes help Shin to Mizuno Calssic Lead
11/8/2008, Ji-yai Shin showed up at chilly and wet Kinetsu Kashikojima with some warm clothes and a sizzling iron game.

Verplank pushes to 3-shot lead with back-nine surge at Disney
11/8/2008, Scott Verplank shot his second straight 8-under 64 Friday to take a three-stroke lead in the Children's Miracle Network Classic at Disney, the final official PGA Tour event of the season

Stenson and Garcia lead the way
11/8/2008, Sweden’s Henrik Stenson and Spanish World Number Three Sergio Garcia share a one stroke lead over England’s Oliver Wilson and Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell after the second round of the HSBC Champions was finally completed.

Hattori, Saiki shoot 67s to share Mizuno Classic lead
11/7/2008, Japan's Mayu Hattori and Miki Saiki shot 5-under 67s on Friday to share the first-round lead in the Mizuno Classic.

Matteson´s career-low round gives him first-round lead at Disney World
11/7/2008, It didn't take Troy Matteson long to realize it was going to be a special round of golf Thursday in the Children's Miracle Network Classic at Disney

Stenson leads the way in Shanghai
11/6/2008, Sweden's Henrik Stenson shot a seven-under opening round 65 to lead an all-star field in the first event of the 2009 European Tour season in Shanghai.

Final hole birdie propels Palmer to win at Ginn sur Mer Classic
11/3/2008, Ryan Palmer rallied from a rules mistake and pulled himself out of a seven-way tie to win the PGA Tour Ginn sur Mer Classic on Sunday

Kjeldsen takes Volvo Masters title
11/2/2008, Søren Kjeldsen completed a wire to wire victory in the last ever Volvo Masters after a final round 71 left him eight under par

Kung holds on for fourth LPGA Tour victory at Hana Bank KOLON Championship 2008
11/2/2008, Candie Kung's ninth-hole eagle during Sunday's final round of the Hana Bank KOLON Championship 2008 pushed her into first place, enabling her to later enter the winner's circle for the fourth time of her LPGA Tour career and first time since 2003.

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