News for Sunday, July 4, 2010


News 2010 July 4


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Rose in rhythm

England's Justin Rose lost another big lead. But this time, he didn't lose the tournament. Rose held on for a one-shot victory in the AT&T National, his second title in his last three events.

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Ace propels Mason to tie Euro Senior mark

England’s Carl Mason notched a hole-in-one on his way to his 23rd European Senior Tour victory, equaling the record set by Tommy Horton in the €250,000 Bad Ragaz PGA Seniors Open.

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Notes: Moore gets into British; Tiger’s fans

Ryan Moore is off to St. Andrews. He had the game to get to the British Open, he just needs to find his passport to start the trip.

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Veteran Romero slips ahead in Colombia

For the third consecutive day, a player carding a 6-under par 65 has claimed the outright lead at VI Abierto Internacional de Golf Eje Cafetero 2010, which is scheduled to finish Monday afternoon.

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Choi loses lead, then wins Farr in playoff

Na Yeon Choi made a 2 1/2-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole to win the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic.

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Rose wins AT&T, earns British Open berth

Rose wins AT&T by a shot

Justin Rose had to sweat out the final five holes to win the AT&T National by one shot for his second PGA Tour title in his last three starts.

Johnson bounces back with fortuitous victory at Tenerife

England’s Trish Johnson won her 19th career title, holding off France’s Virginie Lagoutte-Clement at the Tenerife Ladies Open.

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Na Yeon Choi prevails in Jamie Farr playoff

Na Yeon Choi made a 2 1/2-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole to win the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic.

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Kiwi Hendry cruises in Jakarta

New Zealand’s Michael Hendry propelled his name into the spotlight Sunday with a seven-stroke victory in OneAsia’s US$1 million Indonesia Open.

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Mize shoots 64, gets first Champions victory

Larry Mize shot a final-round 64 to win the inaugural Montreal Championship by one stroke over John Cook for his first career victory on the Champions Tour on Sunday.

Amanuma's agony spells joy for Shin

Chieko Amanuma’s playoff curse struck once more as Shin Hyun-ji walked off with top honors at the 60 million yen (US$685,000) Nichi-iko Women’s Open.

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Tour pros have no business at local qualifiers

I’m against players such as Archer and Haastrup with tour cards playing in Local Final Qualifying.

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Complete U.S. Women’s Open coverage is on the ground at Oakmont (Pa.) Country Club to bring you an up-close look at the 2010 U.S. Women’s Open. Check back daily as brings you all the action from Oakmont, Pa.

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Woods finishes over par at AT&T National

Woods finishes over par

For the first time in 11 years, Tiger Woods finished a regular PGA Tour event without breaking par. Woods closed out a frustrating week Sunday at the AT&T National with a 1-over 71.

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Feutz (No. 51, 2012) commits to UNLV

has given a verbal commitment to UNLV.

James Feutz, ranked No. 51 in Golfweek’s rankings for the 2012 class, has given a verbal commitment to play golf at UNLV.

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Ikeda's victory carries momentum for Open

Yuta Ikeda scored a timely, morale-boosting victory in the inaugural 60 million yen (about US$685,000) Toshin Golf Tournament this weekend.

Guam joins U.S. handicap network

Add the Pacific island of Guam to the list of growing international golf federations within the U.S. Golf Association’s Golf Handicap and Information Network.

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Jimenez wins French Open in 3-way playoff

Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain has won the French Open on the first hole of a playoff against countryman Alejandro Canizares and Francesco Molinari of Italy.

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Chasing a British Open spot at the AT&T

says a handful of players are chasing a lot more than a trophy at the AT&T.

Multiple spots in the British Open are up for grabs Sunday at the AT&T National.