News for Saturday, March 26, 2011

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After late bogey, Shin leads Kia Classic by one

Second-ranked Jiyai Shin shot a 3-under 70 on Saturday to take a one-stroke lead over Sandra Gal after the third round of the Kia Classic.

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Baldry: Shin setting sights on World No. 1

After having lasik eye surgery during the offseason, Jiyai Shin has ditched her wire frames for sunglasses that only increase her final-round intimidation.

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Five Things: Laird looking for new ending

After a series of bad luck, Martin Laird may be poised for his second Tour title at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Laird leads Spencer Levin by two.

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Five things: Nochta holds lead in Futures opener

Blink, and you might miss Laura Nochta. The Futures Tour rookie, a recent Indiana graduate, moves at a fast clip when on the course, disproving any arguments that fast players can’t be good players.

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Fond memories linger in Orlando for Laird

Fourteen miles and more than two years removed from this Arnold Palmer Invitational, Martin Laird hit arguably the most important putt of his career.

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Laird maintains Bay Hill lead; Levin two back

Firing a two-under 70 Saturday at Bay Hill, Martin Laird maintained his lead at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, where he leads Spencer Levin by two.

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Ferrie (60) ties Euro Tour record, leads in Spain

Kenneth Ferrie shot a 60 to equal the European Tour record at the Andalucia Open on Saturday, climbing within one stroke of leader Paul Lawrie heading into the final round.

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Clark (No. 2, 2012) commits to Oklahoma State

Wyndham Clark, of Greenwood Village, Colo., has given a verbal commitment to Oklahoma State for the fall of 2012. Clark also made unofficial visits to Duke, Texas and Oregon.

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1986 Masters: Davis Love III: All about the Nicklaus' caddie

Davis Love III was glued to the TV for a different reason, watching former college teammate Jackie Nicklaus tend to his father's bag.

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1986 Masters: Tiger thought Nicklaus had a ‘pretty cool’ pose

Tiger doesn't remember much about the 1986 Masters, but he thought Jack Nicklaus' pose after draining a putt on No. 17 was "pretty cool."

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1986 Masters: Lyle's hair-raising experience

Sandy Lyle had never played with Jack Nicklaus before the final round of the 1986 Masters. He says there were no signs the first eight holes, making the back-nine charge even more intense.

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1986 Masters: Lyle's caddie had a ringside seat

English caddie Dave Musgrove, on Sunday at the 1986 Masters: 'I’ve never known such noise on a golf course as I heard that day. When (Jack) Nicklaus birdied the 11th, I could hardly hear, it was so noisy.'