News for Saturday, October 9, 2010

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Colorado wins home event after car accident

Colorado won the Heather Farr/CU Memorial Invitational in record-setting fashion Saturday after five players were involved in a multi-car accident the night before the final round.

Hamilton making a name for himself on Tour

We all know Alexander Hamilton as the face of the $10 bill, but James Alexander Hamilton III, the golfer, is not quite as recognizable.

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Kerr leads Navistar, eyes third win of 2010

Cristie Kerr moved into position for her third victory of the year, shooting a 5-under 67 on Saturday to take a three-stroke lead in the Navistar LPGA Classic.

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Pernice still up to the challenge of the PGA Tour

Tom Pernice Jr. isn’t ready to turn his badge in just yet.

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Slocum moves ahead at McGladrey

Chasing his first Tour win since last year’s playoffs, Heath Slocum took a one-shot lead Saturday at the McGladrey Classic at Sea Island.

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Affrunti leads Chattanooga Classic by one

Joe Affrunti retained his lead at the Chattanooga Classic on Saturday and will take a one-shot advantage over David Bradshaw into the final round.

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Schniederjans, Kim start fast at Ping Invite

Oliver Schniederjans took the lead Saturday on the boys’ side of the Ping Invitational while Kyung Kim put up a course-record 65 at Karsten Creek to lead the girls’ division by three shots.

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Notes: Highlights from the USGA Senior Am

Paul Simson of Raleigh, N.C., has attained a remarkable goal, although some golf fans are too narrow-minded to realize the magnitude of Simson’s achievement.

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O’Meara builds two-shot lead at Sr. Players

Mark O’Meara, chasing his first Champions Tour victory, holds a two-shot lead at the Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship.

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Parry leads Dunhill Links; Kaymer two back

John Parry’s lead at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship was halved to two strokes Saturday after the Englishman shot a 1-under 71 in the third round.

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Teen Noh leads Korea Open by five shots

South Korea teenager Seung-yul Noh shot a 1-under 70 Saturday for a five-stroke lead after the third round of the Korea Open.

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Matsuyama takes 3-shot lead at Asian Am

Hideki Matsuyama stormed into the lead Saturday at the Asian Amateur, putting up a 6-under 65 amid a torrential downpour to take a three-shot lead.

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