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    Former New York Mayor's Son Sues Duke U. Golf Coach

    Thursday, July 24, 2008 - The son of former New York Mayor Giuliani is suing his Duke University golf coach for kicking him out of the men’s golf team.

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    British Open - Padraig Harrington

    Harrington hoisted the Claret Jug for the second time at the British Open Padraig Harrington enjoyed his second straight win at the British Open last Tuesday, July 21 against a disappointed but good-natured Greg Norman.

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    Michelle Wie plans to play on the PGA Tour Again

    Reeling from the aftershock of a recent disqualification at the LPGA Tour, Michelle Wie has made the decision to play against the men — again.

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    Donald Setting Sights on Ryder Cup Despite Injury

    Despite sustaining a wrist injury at the US Open held in Torrey Pines, British golfer Luke Donald is still hopeful about making it on Nick Faldo’s 12-man team for the Ryder Cup in September.

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    British Open Going Strong Even Without Woods

    The absence of golf legend Tiger Woods did not deter the thousands of fans from Royal Birkdale for the 2008 British Open.

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    Michelle Wie Whiffs

    I’m not a fan of Michelle Wie, but I don’t think she deserves the ridicule she’s been getting in the past few days from sports fans because she forgot to sign her card on Friday, thus disqualifying herself from a tournament in which she’d actually played pretty well.

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    China’s First Bid of the LPGA Tournament

    China is set to open its first ever LPGA tournament in October with a drawing power of $1.

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    Official LPGA Online Game Launched

    The LPGA recently launched the LPGA eTour, an online virtual game which is a collaboration of the LPGA and MVP Network Inc, an online game developer and distributor.

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    Sorenstam Leaves The US Open with Pride

    Sunday night was legend golfer Annika Sorenstam’s final moment in the US Open, after announcing to the public a month earlier that the season was to be her last at competitive level, citing other priorities as the reason for her retirement.

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    A Surprise Win in the Wegman's LPGA Tour

    The Wegmans LPGA Tour held at the Locust Country Club opens with world number one Lorena Ochoa defending her title.

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