News for Sunday, May 20, 2012

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Flanagan's not Rickie or Rory, but he was

Jim McCabe: Nick Flanagan won the BMW Charity Pro-Am on Sunday, completing a long journey back to relevance after the former can't-miss disappeared into golf oblivion.

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5 Things: Munoz wins amid semifinal controversy

5 Things: Azahara Munoz won her first LPGA title Sunday, but the attention is on a pace-of-play penalty against Morgan Pressel that vaulted Munoz into the final at the Sybase Match Play Championship.

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Nick Flanagan wins BMW Charity Pro-Am

Nick Flanagan won the Nationwide Tour's BMW Charity Pro-Am for the second time in six years, beating fellow Australian Cameron Percy on Sunday with a par on the third hole of a playoff.

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5 Things: Dufner wins Nelson for 2nd win in month

5 Things: Weeks removed from his first PGA Tour win (Zurich Classic) and getting married, Jason Dufner drained a birdie putt on the 72nd hole to avoid a playoff and win the Byron Nelson Championship.

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Munoz wins Sybase after slow-play controversy

Azahara Munoz beat Candie Kung on Sunday to win the Sybase Match Play Championship, a title that was set up when Morgan Pressel was penalized for slow play while in control of their semifinal match.

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Tait: Colsaerts makes his case for Ryder Cup

Nicolas Colsaerts not only won the biggest title of his career on Sunday - the World Match Play title - but he also put himself in position to be named to the European Ryder Cup squad.

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Nova Southeastern men win first D-II championship

Nova Southeastern captured the NCAA Division II National Championship title on May 19 by defeating Chico State in a 5-0 sweep. It’s the first national championship title for the Sharks.

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Nova Southeastern women win 4th D-II title in a row

Nova Southeastern captured its fourth consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship title as junior Abbey Gittings became the third consecutive Nova player to win the individual championship.

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Colsaerts wins World Match Play over McDowell

Belgian Nicolas Colsaerts handled fierce winds to top Graeme McDowell and capture the World Match Play Championship on Sunday, boosting his chances of making Europe's Ryder Cup team.

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Cabrera-Bello earns second trip to U.S. Open

Rafael Cabrera-Bello's consolation prize following his semifinal exit at the World Match Play Championship is a spot at next month's U.S. Open.