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Schwartzel holds slender lead
10/11/2008, Charl Schwartzel birdied the 18th to give himself a one shot lead over Ricardo Gonzalez at the top of the Madrid Masters leaderboard after three rounds at Club de Campo Villa de Madrid.

Ex-Lamar star Stroud leads Valero Texas Open by two at halfway
10/11/2008, Former Lamar University star Chris Stroud moved into position to make a big jump on the PGA Tour money list, shooting a 6-under 64 on Friday to take a two-stroke lead after the second round of the Valero Texas Open.

Ochoa hits halfway in Longs Drugs Challenge two behind leader Kim
10/11/2008, South Korea's In-Kyung Kim shot a 3-under 69 in cold, windy conditions Friday to take a one-stroke lead over Mollie Fankhauser in the Longs Drugs Challenge, while top-ranked Lorena Ochoa was two shots behind.

Fraser and Schwartzel shine in Spain
10/10/2008, Marcus Fraser and Charl Schwartzel both produced superb second rounds at the Madrid Masters to set the benchmark at nine under par at Club de Campo Villa de Madrid.

Green fires 62 to lead Texas Open by two over Browne and Claxton
10/10/2008, Nathan Green got off to a rocky start Thursday in the Valero Texas Open. It ended up jump-starting the best round of the Australian's PGA Tour career.

Hjorth and Redman lead Longs Drugs Challenge, but Creamer struggles
10/10/2008, Nearly five months pregnant, Sweden's Maria Hjorth shot a 6-under 66 on Thursday for a share of the first-round lead with Michele Redman in the LPGA Tour's Longs Drugs Challenge.

Three's company for Madrid leaders
10/10/2008, Paul Broadhurst, Marcus Fraser and Magnus A Carlsson all hit four under par 67s to share the lead at the Madrid Masters at Club de Campo Villa de Madrid.

Rookie Johnson birdies final hole to top Allenby at Turning Stone
10/6/2008, When the final round of the Turning Stone Resort Championship began, six players near the top of the leaderboard had a chance at that elusive first PGA Tour victory.

Karlsson wins play-off at St Andrews
10/6/2008, Robert Karlsson was left lost for words after beating Ross Fisher and Martin Kaymer in a three-way play-off to take the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews.

Creamer holds off large pack to capture Samsung World Championship
10/6/2008, Paula Creamer could finally look to all those supporters who have seen her through every stage of her young golf career and know she'd made them proud while playing right in her backyard.

Bae fires 69 to best Poulter, Kim for Korean Open championship
10/6/2008, SEOUL, South Korea -- South Korean Bae Sang-moon shot a 2-under 69 Sunday to win the Korean Open, finishing a stroke ahead of Ian Poulter..

Ridings falls into share of 54-hole lead at Turning Stone with Howell.
10/5/2008, Tag Ridings stood over his ball at the final hole and gently tapped a short uphill putt for par.

Gwladys Nocera secures fifth win of the season
10/5/2008, Gwladys Nocera won the Madrid Ladies Masters in Spain on Saturday for her fifth win of the year.

Three late birdies boost Creamer out front at Samsung Championship
10/5/2008, Paula Creamer acknowledges she often lets her emotions get the better of her.

Kim and Poulter hang just off lead after three rounds of Korea Open
10/5/2008, Wi-joong Kim shot a 2-under 69 Saturday to take a one-stroke lead after the third round of the Korea Open on the Asian Tour.

Kaymer and Sandelin ahead in Scotland
10/4/2008, Martin Kaymer admitted it was tough going at Carnoustie today after he and Jarmo Sandelin tied at the top of the leaderboard on six under par after three rounds of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.

Overton still ahead at Turning Stone, with its ever-changing weather
10/4/2008, Jeff Overton said he felt like he was back in college. He played like it, too.

Nocera one shot clear in Madrid
10/4/2008, European no.2 Gwladys Nocera carded a four-under-par 69 to give herself a one shot lead at the Madrid Ladies Masters in Spain.

Choi overcomes tough conditions for Samsung lead
10/4/2008, Na Yeon Choi of South Korea survived the changing wind and decreasing temperatures along the Pacific Ocean.

Brier holds slender lead
10/4/2008, Markus Brier took the lead at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship after a second round 70 at St Andrews took him to eight under par on a day when freezing cold conditions meant layers were the clothing of choice.

With a 66, Poulter closes in on Kim in Weather-delayed Korea Open
10/4/2008, Wi-joong Kim of South Korea shot a 4-under 67 Friday to take a one shot lead over Ian Poulter after the second round of the Korea Open.

Overton leads at Turning Stone, where autumn´s arrival brings a chill
10/3/2008, The sky cleared just in time for Jeff Overton

Shin leads Creamer by one in fog-delayed Samsung Championship
10/3/2008, Ji-Yai Shin became a household name back home in South Korea and even somewhat in Japan after she won the Women's British Open in August.

Fisher and Hansen lead the way
10/2/2008, Ross Fisher and Soren Hansen both fired blistering rounds of 64 to stride to the top of the leaderboard after the first round of The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.

Taylor off to a flier in Madrid
10/2/2008, England’s Kirsty S Taylor shot six-under-par 67 to lead by a stroke after the first round of the Madrid Ladies Masters.

Asian Tour: Kim opens with dominant 64 in Korea Open
10/2/2008, U.S. Ryder Cup star Anthony Kim took an early lead at the Korea Open with a 7-under 64 on Thursday, finishing the opening day two shots ahead of the field.

Ochoa tops Kung in Navistar Classic for first win in eight tries
9/30/2008, Lorena Ochoa won the Navistar LPGA Classic on Sunday for her seventh victory of the year and first since May, beating Candie Kung with a 2-foot par putt on the second hole of a playoff.

Villegas makes it two wins in a row with Tour Championship triumph
9/29/2008, A two-putt par to win the Tour Championship in a playoff was worth an extra $1.5 million to Camilo Villegas.

Fernandez-Castaño wins in play-off
9/28/2008, Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño won the Quinn Insurance British Masters at The Belfry after a thrilling play-off with Lee Westwood.

Monke claims maiden victory in France
9/28/2008, Germany’s Anja Monke captured her maiden Ladies European Tour title on Sunday by winning the Vediorbis Open de France Dames at Le Golf D’Arras.

Finland finish on top in World Cup Qualifier
9/28/2008, Finland’s Roope Kakko and Mikko Korhonen won the Omega Mission Hills World Cup European Qualifier in Poland by eight strokes to secure their ticket to China alongside Canada and Portugal.

Garcia turns tables on Ryder Cup rival Kim at Tour Championship
9/28/2008, Sergio Garcia enjoyed an amazing turnaround Saturday against Anthony Kim in the Tour Championship, and it had nothing to do with the Ryder Cup.

Ochoa climbs into share of Navistar LPGA Classic lead with Friberg
9/28/2008, Winless since May, top-ranked Lorena Ochoa shot a 3-under 69 on Saturday for a share of third-round lead in the Navistar LPGA Classic.

Flying Finns lead the World Cup Qualifier in Poland
9/28/2008, Finland were on spectacular form in the third round fourballs at the Omega Mission Hills World Cup European Qualifier shooting a error free 64 to lead by two shots going into the final day.

Westwood and Campbell lead the way at The Belfry
9/28/2008, Lee Westwood and Michael Campbell were tied for the lead and three clear of the field after an action-packed completion of the Quinn Insurance British Masters third round at The Belfry on Sunday morning.

Croce continues to lead in France
9/28/2008, Italian Stefania Croce shot a third round 71 to hold a two shot lead at the Vediorbis Open de France Dames on Saturday.

Kim keeps lead in Tour Championship, but Garcia pulls into second
9/27/2008, Thanks to the cup, the Tour Championship finally might be worth watching.

Ochoa pulls to within one of halfway leader Moodie at Navistar Classic
9/27/2008, Recharged after a month off, Lorena Ochoa shot her second straight 5-under 67 to move within a stroke of leader Janice Moodie halfway through the Navistar LPGA Classic on Friday.

Canada and Finland on course for World Cup
9/27/2008, Canada’s Wes Heffernan and Graham DeLaet join Mikko Korhonen and Roope Kakko of Finland at the top of the leaderboard after the second round foursomes at the Omega Mission Hills World Cup Qualifier.

Westwood and Noren head field at halfway
9/27/2008, Lee Westwood and Alexander Noren share the lead at The Quinn Insurance British Masters after the second round was finally completed after further fog delays at The Belfry.

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