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Letzig vaults into lead after three rounds at Ginn sur Mer Classic
11/2/2008, Even after two bogeys wiped out his cushion Saturday in the Ginn sur Mer Classic, Ryan Palmer continued to play aggressively until he no longer had any lead at all.

Kjeldsen stays atop Volvo Masters after finish of rain-delayed 3rd round
11/2/2008, Denmark's Soren Kjeldsen led the Volvo Masters after the rain-disrupted third round was completed early on Sunday.

Sorenstam wins playoff in China
11/2/2008, World No. 3 Annika Sorenstam secured her 89th career title when she clinched the EUR200,000 Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open in China on Sunday

Birdie on final hole gives In-Kyung Kim Kolon Championship lead
11/1/2008, In-Kyung Kim thrilled local fans with a birdie on the final hole and shot a 3-under 69 to take a one-shot lead after the second round of the LPGA Kolon Championship on Saturday.

Palmer leads, Duval looms after second round
11/1/2008, David Duval hasn't played in the windy, wet conditions since the British Open this summer.

China’s Li Ying Ye remains in the driver’s seat
11/1/2008, China’s Li Ying Ye continued to mesmerise the home fans with a bogey-free four-under 68 in the second round of the EUR 200,000 Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open.

Kjeldsen leads by two strokes at Volvo Masters
11/1/2008, Soren Kjeldsen shot an even-par 71 Saturday to hold a two-shot lead over three players after the completed second round of the Volvo Masters.

Hull shoots 66 for two-shot lead; defending champ Petterson struggles
10/31/2008, Katherine Hull shot a 6-under 66 to open a two-shot lead over Amy Yang after the first round of the LPGA's Kolon Championship on Friday

Jones and Letzig share first-round lead in Ginn sur Mer Classic
10/31/2008, Kent Jones recovered from a tee shot in the rough to birdie the 18th hole Thursday for a 7-under 65, giving him a share of the lead with rookie Michael Letzig in the first round of the Ginn sur Mer Classic.

China’s Li Ying Ye grabs lead on home soil
10/31/2008, China’s Li Ying Ye fired a seven-under 65 on Friday to take the first round lead of the inaugural EUR 200,000 Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open at Suzhou Taihu International Golf Club.

Kjeldsen shines in Spain
10/30/2008, Søren Kjeldsen leads the Volvo Masters at Valderrama after a superb six under par opening round of 65

Beckman takes Frys.com Open in playoff to secure 2009 PGA Tour card
10/27/2008, Cameron Beckman had more than just a tournament to worry about this week.

Jack Nicklaus International Invitational 2008
10/26/2008, The Tournament of Champions was the final competition for two-member amateur teams from eleven countries who competed for the right to represent their country by winning regional and national tournaments.

Garcia clinches home town victory
10/26/2008, Sergio Garcia captured his first European tour title since 2005 with a three-stroke victory on his home course at the Castello Masters.

Sutherland leads McNeill by one throught 54 holes at Frys.com Open
10/26/2008, Kevin Sutherland shot an 8-under 63 to take a one-stroke lead over George McNeill on Saturday after the third round of the Frys.com Open, the fifth of the PGA Tour's seven Fall Series events.

Alfredsson captures China title
10/26/2008, Helen Alfredsson won the Grand China Air title in Haikou with a magnificent seven-under-par 65 in the final round

Garcia storms into Spanish lead
10/25/2008, Sergio Garcia surged into a four-shot lead after round three of the Castello Masters on his home course in Spain.

In comfort zone, Oberholser fires 64 for one-shot lead
10/25/2008, Arron Oberholser is making the most of his home-field advantage.

Hospital lists Ballesteros' condition as serious, stable
10/25/2008, Seve Ballesteros is in stable but serious condition in the intensive care unit of the La Paz hospital.

Stupples takes Grand China Air lead with second straight 67
10/25/2008, Karen Stupples pumped her fist once, then again and followed it up by wagging her right index finger in the air -- a bit like she'd just won a 100-meter race and was doing a celebratory lap around the track.

Garcia moves into share of lead
10/25/2008, There was no place like home for Sergio Garcia today as a six under par 65 gave him a share of the lead at the CASTELLÓ MASTERS Costa Azahar on the course he grew up playing.

Mallinger and LaBelle share lead at Frys.com Open after matching 63s
10/24/2008, The shootout is on in the desert.

Diaz shoots 63 to lead Grand China Air LPGA´s first event in China
10/23/2008, Laura Diaz says she's had two "main highlights" in her golf career. On Friday, she added another

Kjeldsen sinks eight birdies on way to 64, Castello Masters lead
10/23/2008, Sören Kjeldsen shot a 7-under 64 Thursday to hold a one-shot lead after the first round of the Castello Masters.

Alvaro Quiros wins the Portugal Masters
10/22/2008, Spain’s Alvaro Quiros won the Portugal Masters at the Oceânico Victoria Golf Course in Vilamoura after holding off a determined challenge from Europe’s form player, Robert Karlsson

Pressel wins inaugural Kapalua
10/22/2008, Morgan Pressel served as a gracious host but didn't want to extend Kapalua's welcome by going into overtime.

Pressel makes it a four-way tie after 54 holes of Kapalua LPGA Classic
10/20/2008, Morgan Pressel moved into position for her first LPGA Tour victory of the year, shooting a 5-under 67 on Saturday for a share of the third-round lead in the Kapalua LPGA Classic.

Asian Tour: 17-year-old wins Midea China Classic
10/19/2008, Korean teenager Noh Seung-yul marked his place in the winners' circle by becoming the third youngest winner to win an Asian Tour title after claiming the $500,000 Midea China Classic title on Sunday.

Swede Karlsson one shot off lead at Portugal Masters
10/19/2008, Robert Karlsson recorded two pars to finish off his weather-affected Portugal Masters third round early on Sunday and stands a stroke off the lead held by Spain's Alvaro Quinos.

Turnesa and Kuchar share lead in Las Vegas, where scores go very low
10/18/2008, Marc Turnesa holed out from 159 yards for eagle on the par-4 18th hole to offset a 17th-hole double bogey and maintain a share of the lead Friday in the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.

Pettersen and Lang share 36-hole lead at wind swept Kapalua Classic
10/18/2008, Brittany Lang shot a 1-under 71 on Friday for a share of the second-round lead with Suzann Pettersen in the inaugural Kapalua LPGA Classic.

Manley leads by one at halfway in Portugal as money battle rages
10/17/2008, Stuart Manley, a schoolboy soccer star who had a trial with Manchester United, is about to find out how good a golfer he is.

Johnson and Turnesa share Day 1 lead in Las Vegas after matching 62s
10/17/2008, Zach Johnson had another "boring" day on the course. Not that that's a bad thing for a player who relates boring to efficient.

Pettersen leads at Kapalua Classic, with Ochoa and Sorenstam well back
10/17/2008, The more it blew, the better Suzann Pettersen played

Manley leads in Portugal
10/17/2008, Stuart Manley continues to lead the way at the Portugal Masters after a four under par 68 took him to 11 under for the tournament.

With 62-64 weekend, Johnson wins Valero Texas Open by two shots
10/13/2008, Zach Johnson found his putting touch in time for a season-salvaging victory in the Valero Texas Open.

Kim tops Stanford by three to win windy Longs Drugs Challenge
10/13/2008, In-Kyung Kim couldn't help but cry after holing a 30-foot birdie putt on the final hole to wrap up her first LPGA Tour victory.

Schwartzel reigns in Spain
10/12/2008, Charl Schwartzel sealed a fine victory in the Madrid Masters after producing a bogey free final round of 66 at Club de Campo Villa de Madrid for a 19 under par total of 199.

Sabbatini leads Johnson by one as scores go low in Walero Texas Open
10/12/2008, South Africa's Rory Sabbatini birdied the final hole for a 7-under 63 and a one-stroke lead over Zach Johnson on Saturday in the Valero Texas Open.

Kim conquers wind to lead Stanford by one in Longs Drugs Challenge
10/12/2008, When In-Kyung Kim's 40-foot birdie putt on the 12th hole disappeared into the cup Saturday in the Longs Drugs Challenge, she raised her arms high above her head in celebration.

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