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The Presidents Cup ended on a sour note for the International team when it lost at Royal Melbourne. It deteriorated a week later when Robert Allenby and Geoff Ogilvy, both Melbourne natives who were partners in a foursomes loss, exchanged heated words in the hotel restaurant.
Lee Westwood has decided to join the PGA Tour again.
The smattering of conversations suddenly gave way to the constant shutters of cameras Wednesday night at Le Meridien hotel, and there was no mistaking who was causing all the commotion.
able> Sunday Lake Malaren Golf Club, The Masters Course Shanghai Purse: $5 million Yardage: 7,585; Par: 72 Final Round (x-won on first hole of a playoff) x-Rory McIlroy, Northern Ireland 64-69-65-72_270 Anthony Kim, United States 68-68-65-69_270 Noh Seung-yul, South Korea 72-63-67-73_275 Hunter Mahan, United States 65-72-68-70_275 Lee Westwood, England 69-70-70-67_276 Ian Poulter, England 67-71-67-72_277 Retief Goosen, South Africa 69-71-72-68_280 K.J. Choi, South Korea 73-70-70-67_280 Y.E. Yang, South Korea 69-73-68-72_282 Padraig Harrington, Ireland 67-70-73-72_282 John Daly, United States 69-70-72-71_282 Geoff Ogilvy, Australia 73-70-66-74_283 Keegan Bradley, United States 72-68-72-71_283 Robert Karlsson, Sweden 69-69-72-74_284 Paul Casey, England 67-73-73-71_284 Charl Schwartzel, South Africa 70-69-73-75_287 Jim Furyk, United States 75-71-71-70_287 Hu Mu, China 70-73-71-73_287 Colin Montgomerie, Scotland 70-69-73-76_288 Louis Oosthuizen, South Africa 70-66-76-76_288 Wu A-shun, China 73-71-70-74_288 Huang Wen-yi, China 73-67-76-75_291 Tsai Chi-Huang, Taiwan 74-74-70-75_293 Kevin Na, United States 72-74-71-77_294 Zhang Lianwei, China 78-70-73-75_296 Li Chao, China 68-74-72-83_297 Wu Weihuang, China 80-75-69-73_297 Zhang Xinjun, China 71-74-74-80_299 Su Dong, China 79-73-77-70_299 Yuan Hao, China 79-78-74-72_303
If there was an award for who traveled the farthest to get to the Presidents Cup, then Jim Furyk would be a candidate.
Upon seeing the PGA Tour join other tours in trying to stake out a presence in Asia, one high-ranking tournament official said two years ago, "The Far East looks a lot like the Wild, Wild West."
Top-ranked Luke Donald is focused on becoming the first player to top the money lists on both sides of the Atlantic heading into the lucrative Dunhill Links Championship.
Luke Donald is unlike any other No. 1 player in golf over the last two decades.
Tiger Woods trudged toward the 18th green, his head down after one last shot plopped into the water.