News for Sunday, October 3, 2010

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Tallent outduels Simson for Senior Am medal

The 36-hole qualifying round for the USGA Senior Amateur, conducted Saturday and Sunday at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club, turned into the Pat and Paul Show.

Bowditch rolls to Soboba Classic victory

Australian Steven Bowditch shot a final-round 68 on Sunday to set the tournament record of 19-under par, winning the Soboba Golf Classic by three shots for his second career Nationwide Tour victory.

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Bothma sinks van Zyl in playoff

Michiel Bothma is now 2-0 in playoff golf on the Sunshine Tour – thanks to a missed 2-foot putt by his opponent. Bothma beat the hot-handed Jaco van Zyl on Saturday at the SAA Pro-Am Invitational at Prince’s Grant Golf Estate. It was Bothma’s fourth career victory.

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Haas wins Viking Classic for 2nd title of ’10

Bill Haas overcame five bogeys in the final round to win the Viking Classic by three strokes on Sunday.

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Hallberg shoots 61, outduels Couples

Gary Hallberg shot a record-setting 11-under 61 Sunday to win the Ensure Classic by one one stroke ahead of Fred Couples.

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Commentary: U.S. team needs Brookline-style comeback

The U.S. team had one memorable comeback, 11 years ago at Brookline. As Jeff Rude writes, the Yanks need something similar at Celtic Manor.

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Commentary: Passionate Europeans will win Ryder Cup

No. 1 reason Europe will win the Ryder Cup on Monday? As Alistair Tait writes, Team Europe is heeding Monty’s plea for passion.

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Fung is match-play champ at Masters Vietnam

Nicholas Fung of Malaysia won the battle of the young rivals Saturday in the final match of the Mercedes-Benz Masters Vietnam.

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Pilot Pariya plots course to victory

Pariya Junhasavasdikul, a recreational licensed pilot, was flying even higher after his playoff win Sunday for his first Asian Tour victory at the Mercuries Taiwan Masters.

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Matsumura prevails in playoff at Tokai Classic

Michio Matsumura outdueled Takashi Kanemoto and Hiroyuki Fujita in extra holes Sunday to claim victory in the Coca-Cola Tokai Classic.

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U.S. rally falls short, faces large deficit

As bad as the United States played to start the Ryder Cup’s final team session, there was a time when it looked like the Americans could enter Monday’s singles tied with Europe.

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Mika Miyazato makes amends in Japan Women's Open

Mika Miyazato banished the bitter memories of her final-round meltdown last year as she swept to her maiden professional win Sunday in the 43rd Japan Women’s Open Championship.

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Inside Ryder Cup Monday singles matchups

The 12 singles pairings Monday for the final session of the Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor Resort (all times EDT):

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Europe takes 3-point lead into singles

Europe will take a 9 1/2-6 1/2 lead into the final day at the extended Ryder Cup after winning five matches Sunday at Celtic Manor.

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Euro rally could cause Monty to change strategy

The Europeans won 5 1/2 points in the bifurcated third session of the Ryder Cup and took the lead going into Sunday singles.

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U.S. warns of potential terror threats in Europe

The Obama administration on Sunday warned Americans of potential terrorist threats in Europe and urged them to be vigilant in public places, including tourist spots and transportation hubs.

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McIlroy makes more magic at the 17th

It’s either feast or famine for Rory McIlroy on the Twenty Ten Course’s 17th green.

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Europe shows foursomes prowess in Session 3

The two foursomes teams that captain Corey Pavin put out on Saturday showed very little and left the USA Ryder Cup team in desperate straits, giving back the two-point lead that they worked so hard to acquire over the first 10 matches.

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Westwood, Donald trounce Woods, Stricker

When in coming weeks the world ranking points are crunched, Lee Westwood is expected to jump to No. 1.

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A few insights from another Ryder rain delay

Ryder Cup Europe, according to sources who may be all wet, supposedly has decided to hold the 2018 matches in a Borneo rainforest, presumably the same one where Vijay Singh gave cheap lessons during exile.

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More rain leads to Ryder’s first Monday finish

After more heavy rain soaked Celtic Manor, the Ryder Cup is headed for its first-ever Monday finish. A waterlogged Alistair Tait explains.

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