News for Saturday, December 1, 2012


News 2012 December 1


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5 Things: McDowell retains lead behind 68

Graeme McDowell didn't let up on Saturday afternoon at the Tiger Woods World Challenge, following his tournament-best 6-under 66 on Friday with a 4-under 68 to take a two-shot lead into Sunday's final round.

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5 Things: Military stint aided Lee's golf game

5 Things: PGA Tour Q-School 72-hole leader Dong-Hwan Lee says the approximately two years he spent in the South Korean military was good for his golf career.

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Tee times, pairings: McDowell, Bradley paired

Tiger Woods and Bo Van Pelt will be paired for the second time in the past three days as both try to chase down leader Graeme McDowell at the World Challenge.

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Q-School Tracker: Lee takes 2-shot lead

That's a wrap from Day 4 at PGA Tour Q-School. Dong-Hwan Lee has a two-shot lead after shooting 64 on PGA West's Stadium Course. Edward Loar, Meen-Whee Kim, Vaughn Taylor and Richard H. Lee. See how it happened.

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Tiger Tracker: Woods fires 3-under 69

Graeme McDowell sustained his lead at the World Challenge on Saturday, but is only two shots ahead of Keegan Bradley and five up on Tiger Woods. See how it happened.

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Woods spends $4M to cover Challenge expenses

Tiger Woods spent what is believed to be about $4 million of his own money to join presenting sponsor Northwestern Mutual in covering the operating costs of the World Challenge.

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Kenoyer, Molinaro among movers at LPGA Q-School

Saturday was moving day at the final stage of LPGA Q-School, where emotions were high as the field of 119 players scrambled to be among the top 70 and ties.

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Kaymer takes 1-shot lead at Nedbank Challenge

Martin Kaymer rolled in a tricky 10-foot par putt on the last hole for a 2-under 70 and a one-stroke lead on Saturday heading into the final round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge.

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Langer wins seniors' Nedbank Champions Challenge

Bernhard Langer won the Nedbank Champions Challenge seniors tournament by two strokes Saturday despite closing with a 2-over 74.