Photos for May 1, 2011

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Ted Potter Jr.

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Bubba Watson after winning the Zurich Classic.

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Jack Senior

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Bubba Watson during the final round of the Zurich Classic.

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Lexi Thompson during the final round of the Avnet LPGA Classic.

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Maria Hjorth during the Avnet LPGA Classic.

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Holtgrieve's player badges from a variety of amateur events played throughout his career.

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Jim Holtgrieve has said he wants his players to have peace within themselves and have fun on the golf course and for them to realize just how fortunate they are to play the game.

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Jim Holtgrieve replaces George "Buddy" Marucci, who captained the Americans to two consecutive victories.

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Jim Holtgrieve with his wife Christine at their home in St. Louis, Mo. Holtgrieve and his wife vacationed last year in Scotland as a scouting trip for the Walker Cup.

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Jim Holtgrieve's collection of player badges from USGA events. Holtgrieve turned professional in 1998 playing for seven seasons.

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Jim Holtgrieve was among the nation's leading amateurs in the 1970s and '80s. He was a semifinalist at the 1980 U.S. Amateur, winner of the inaugural U.S. Mid-Amateur in 1981 and runner-up at the 1983 British Amateur.

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Jim Holtgrieve, 62, poses in his home in St. Louis, Mo. Holtgrieve calls his appointment to captain the Americans this September "truly the biggest honor I have ever received."

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Dave and Nicole Ragaini at Black Diamond Ranch in Lecanto, Fla. Ragaini says as he nears 70 he just wants to be a better guitarist, a better composer and to wake every morning next to Nicole, whom he still calls "Love."

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Dave Ragaini says his singing helped him win the 1971 Westchester Open, by singing upbeat songs to himself on the back nine of play.

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Dave and Nicole Ragaini share a moment in their music room while being photographed for Golfweek. They have been married 35 years.

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Lee Westwood from England poses with a winner trophy during the Ballantine's Championship at Blackstone Golf Club in Icheon, east of Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, May 1, 2011. Westwood won the 2011 Ballantine's Championship on Sunday to make it two tournament victories in the space of a week

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Dave Ragaini has performed jingles for such companies as General Motors, Lee Jeans, Salem cigarettes and Miller beer.

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Dave Ragaini still carries a 5.2 index while playing three times per week at Black Diamond Ranch in Lecanto, Fla.

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In the mid-1960s, Dave Ragaini broke into the jingle business, recording more than 4,000 spots for TV, radio and film during a productive 25-year career in New York City.

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Dave and Nicole Ragaini pose in their music room in the home they share at Black Diamond Ranch. In 1998, Dave and Nicole recorded an album - "Love Looks So Well On You."

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Dave Ragaini has had many accomplishments behind the mike and with a golf club.

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Dave Ragaini, Golfweek's Local Legend, poses near a scenic spot on his home course Black Diamond Ranch, in Lecanto, Fla.

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