News for Saturday, December 3, 2011

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Q-School: Gore has new perspective on golf career

Jason Gore has lost 40 pounds because his doctor said he was a borderline diabetic. He's had shoulder surgery in the last six months. And if he doesn't earn his card at Q-School, this might be it for the teddy bear.

Claxton leads PGA Tour Q-school by two shots

Will Claxton shot a 2-under 70 on Saturday on PGA West's Nicklaus Tournament Course to take a two-stroke lead after the fourth round of the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament.

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Christine Song leads LPGA Tour Q-school

Christine Song shot an even-par 72 on Saturday on LPGA International's Legends Course to take a four-stroke lead into the final round of the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament.

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Tiger Tracker: Woods trails by one after Round 3

Tiger Woods will have to come from behind to win his first title in two years, firing a 1-over 73 Saturday, allowing Zach Johnson to use an eagle on No. 18 to vault into the lead. Tiger Tracker.

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Q-School: South Korean Noh playing a starring role

Sean Martin: Seung-Yul Noh is playing a starring role at PGA Tour Q-School, and even countryman K.J. Choi has taken notice of the 20-year-old's unlimited potential.

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Former Purdue players reunited at LPGA Q-School

Julie Williams: Former Purdue teammates Maude-Aimee Leblanc and Numa Gulyanamitta are thriving in their first trip to LPGA Qualifying School.

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Boland among players to make Q-School cut

Julia Boland squeaked through the 72-hole cut at the final stage of LPGA Qualifying School, but others weren't so lucky.

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Westwood takes 7-shot lead at Sun City after 62

Defending champion Lee Westwood shot 10-under 62 Saturday to take a seven-shot lead at the Nedbank Golf Challenge.

Australia's Kennedy leads New Zealand Open by 3

Australian Brad Kennedy shot a 4-under-68 on Saturday to take a three-shot lead into the final round of the New Zealand Open.

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Quiros takes 1-shot lead at Hong Kong Open

Alvaro Quiros of Spain shot a 3-under 67 Saturday to hold a one-shot lead after the third round of the Hong Kong Open, while joint overnight leader Rory McIlroy fell three strokes behind.