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Topic - Pga Tours
Lee Westwood passed his first big test Saturday when he outplayed Tiger Woods and grabbed a two-shot lead in the British Open.
The British Open leaderboard features a string of major champions entwined with winners on the European and PGA Tours.
It turns out Northern Ireland won't have its own team for the World Cup.
The PGA Tour has agreed to loan the Canadian Tour money and assist next year in tournament development and sponsorship.
The Sunshine Tour will make leading golfers choose between the world's richest tournament in South Africa and Tiger Woods' charity event in California from next year.
OAKMONT, Pa. — The U.S. Open has come down to a duel between golf's howitzer and a posse of the game's young guns.