News for Saturday, June 9, 2012

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Lehman takes 1-stroke lead in Regions Tradition

Defending champion Tom Lehman shot a 4-under 68 on Saturday to take a two-stroke lead after the third round of the Regions Tradition, a Champions Tour major.

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Webb, 37, in contention at LPGA Championship

Karrie Webb enters the final round of the Wegmans LPGA Championship one back of Eun-Hee Ji after carding a tournament-low 68 Saturday, proving she still has the drive that made her one of the LPGA's best.

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Love heads up 3-way tie at St. Jude Classic

U.S. Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III shot his third straight 2-under 68 on Saturday to join Nick O'Hern and John Merrick atop the leaderboard at the windy St. Jude Classic.

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Ji leads after 3 rounds at LPGA Championship

Eun-Hee Ji shot a 3-under 69 on Saturday to take a one-shot lead over Karrie Webb after the third round of the LPGA Championship.

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St. Jude notebook: Guthrie, Fly wasting no time

Luke Guthrie and Jonathan Fly, who completed their college careers last week, will earn their first paychecks Sunday after the St. Jude Classic.

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Missouri's Long might not get to drive ace prize

Jace Long's ace Thursday in a charity golf tournament won him a new car. But it has since become an NCAA eligibility issue and the Missouri rising senior is awaiting final word.

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GB&I close gap at Curtis Cup, trail by a point

In what had begun to look like a rout by the United States, Great Britain and Ireland now trail by just a point going into Sunday at the Curtis Cup.

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Westwood wins Nordea Masters by 5 shots

Lee Westwood completed his warmup for the U.S. Open by winning the Nordea Masters by five shots on Saturday.

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Clyburn a vocal leader for GB&I

Holly Clyburn will walk away from the Curtis Cup with this distinction: She’ll be the only GB&I player to see action in all five sessions.

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U.S. increases Curtis Cup lead; GB&I needs a rally

It's not time for celebration in the U.S. Curtis Cup team room, but it's getting closer. Amy Boulden and the GB&I squad now trail the Americans, 6-3.