Photos for July 25, 2010

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Paula Creamer and Stacy Prammanasudh

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Michelle Wie and Azahara Munoz

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Stacy Prammanasudh

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Paula Creamer

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Michelle Wie

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Maria Verchenova

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Azahara Munoz

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(left to right) Maria Verchenova, Stacy Prammanasudh, Paula Creamer, Azahara Munoz and Michelle Wie dress up for a gala dinner after the third round of the Evian Masters.

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Shaquille O'Neal at The Greenbrier for the gala opening of the Casino Club.

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Front row from left, actress Barbara Eden, Gov. W.Va. Joe Manchin and wife Gayle, The Greenbrier Resort owner and chairman Jim Justice, actress Brooke Shields, Cathy Justice, singer Jessica Simpson and actress Debbie Reynolds.

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Jim Justice attends the gala opening of The Greenbrier Casino Club on July 2.

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No. 3 at The Greenbrier's Old White Course

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Jim Justice, owner of The Greenbrier, speaks to guests at a black-tie gala to celebrate the opening of the Casino Club.

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Carl Pettersson celebrates after winning the RBC Canadian Open.

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After defeating Justin Thomas, 4 and 2, at Egypt Valley in Ada, Mich., Jim Liu, 14, surpassed Tiger Woods as the youngest winner of the U.S. Junior Amateur.

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Until this weekend, Dean Wilson (right) could have made more money as a stunt-double for actor Dean Cain.

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K.J.Choi of Korea came into the final round of the 2010 Nordea Scandinavian Masters tied for the lead.

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Fourteen-year-old Jim Liu hugs father Yiming Liu after winning the U.S. Junior on Saturday.

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Alexis Thompson is just 15 but already is competing on the LPGA tour.

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New Zealand legend Bob Charles says goodbye.

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Some players buy cars or houses with winnings, Louis Oosthuizen bought a John Deere tractor.

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Germany's Bernhard Langer (left) is congratulated by American Corey Pavin after the British Senior Open at Carnoustie Golf Club.

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Mamo Osanai claimed a shock playoff win in his first tournament appearance of the season.

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K.J. Choi is finished with this unorthodox sidesaddle putting method he used at the British Open.

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Carl Pettersen tees off on No. 1 during the final round of the RBC Canadian Open.

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Bernhard Langer won the Senior British Open on July 25.

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Quality play from the likes of Tom Lehman, Corey Pavin and Tom Watson is indication that we may see a 50-or-older player win a regular major in the near future.

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Richard S. Johnson celebrates with his caddie after winning the Scandinavian Masters.

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Richard S. Johnson celebrates with caddie, Anders Timell, after making birdie on No. 18 to win the Scandinavian Masters by a shot.

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Bernhard Langer

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Jiyai Shin won the Evian Masters on July 25.

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Katelyn Dambaugh during the championship match at the U.S. Girls' Junior.

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Doris Chen celebrates with her caddie after winning the U.S. Girls' Junior.

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Doris Chen won the U.S. Girls' Junior on July 24.

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Emma Talley set the AJGA record for lowest 54-hole total and largest margin of victory during the Huntsville Junior. She has since given a verbal commitment to Alabama.

Published on July 25, 2010