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Complete coverage: 2012 LPGA Q-School

Nerves, disappointment, sheer fear and ultimately glee are the goals of this year's field at LPGA Q-School. Unfortunately for most, this holiday season won't come with an LPGA card - as only 20 are earned. Our complete coverage.

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Achenbach: Q-School is all about tough-guy golf

From leader Steven Bowditch to Kevin Kisner to Paul Stankowski, the 108-hole test that is PGA Tour Q-School is more about the ability to maintain your mental stability than it is about your skills on the course.

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5 Things: McDowell breaks 2-year winless streak

Graeme McDowell seemed to be right at home with the less-than-ideal weather at Sherwood Country Club this week, firing a 4-under 68 to cap off an impressive victory at the Tiger Woods World Challenge in Thousand Oaks, Calif. on Sunday.

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Q-School 5 Things: 'Tomorrow is never fun'

Steven Bowditch holds the 90-hole lead at PGA Tour Q-School, but the nerves, joy and heartbreak of Monday's final round await those dreaming of a Tour card in 2013 - just ask Billy Horschel.

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Q-School Tracker: Bowditch takes 1-shot lead

That's a wrap on Day 5 at PGA Tour Q-School. Just one round remains for these PGA Tour aspirants. Steven Bowditch will take a one-shot lead into Monday's final round. See how it happened.

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Tracker: McDowell wins for first time since '10

Tiger Woods fired a 1-under 71 that featured no birdies until the par-5 13th and then an eagle at No. 16, but finished outside the top 2 for only the third time in 12 tries at the World Challenge in Thousand Oaks, Calif.

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LPGA Q-School: Player-by-player breakdowns

LPGA Q-School for 2012 is in the books and the 20 players that have earned their cards can enjoy the holidays a bit more this year. Here is a player-by-player look at the 20 to advance.

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Jeray, Cho work overtime to earn LPGA tour cards

Nicole Jeray thought she had done enough in regulation to earn her LPGA card. She ended up needing five playoff holes to secure it. Meanwhile Irene Cho could barely hold her putter as she also earned hers on the fifth playoff hole.

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5 Things: Jutanugarn, Lee-Bentham tie for title

5 Things: Moriya Jutanugarn and Rebecca Lee-Bentham tie for overall title while former LSU star Austin Ernst earns her LPGA tour card.

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Dawson says too much Old Course hysteria

R&A chief executive Peter Dawson responds to public outcry about planned changes to the Old Course, saying much of the reaction is "ill-informed."

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Martin: Koreans have fared well at Q-School

It all started with an 8-foot bogey putt for Y.E. Yang in 2008 - he'd make a move on to becoming the first Asian-born major champion - and now Koreans seemingly are making Q-School their personal playground.

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USGA responds to Bradley being called 'cheater'

Keegan Bradley says that he was heckled by a fan off the 18th green at the end of his third round at the Tiger Woods World Challenge on Saturday. On Sunday, the USGA called it a "deplorable incident."

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Vongvanij wins King's Cup by 2 shots

Arnond Vongvanij upstaged heavy favorites Thaworn Wiratchant and Mardan Mamat with a two-stroke victory in the King's Cup on Sunday to claim his first Asian Tour title.

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Kaymer holds on in rain to win Nedbank Challenge

Martin Kaymer of Germany held on for a 2-shot victory at the Nedbank Golf Challenge at a rainy Sun City on Sunday, earning his first title of 2012.

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