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March 5, 2001 | PETER YOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Toshiba Senior Classic had to end somehow. The only questions were whether Gil Morgan's erratic play would do him in, Jose Maria Canizares finally would make a putt or if darkness would put off the crowning of a champion until today.
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March 5, 2001 | PETER YOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Toshiba Senior Classic had to end somehow. The only questions were whether Gil Morgan's erratic play would do him in, Jose Maria Canizares finally would make a putt or if darkness would put off the crowning of a champion until today.
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March 31, 1985 | United Press International
The United States will be the host for the World Cup Golf Championship for the first time in seven years when a field of 64 golfers from 32 nations compete at La Quinta, Calif., Nov. 18-24. Howard L. Clark, chairman of the International Golf Assn., said a $743,000 purse--fifth largest in golf history--will be offered. In addition, the IGA pays for competitors' airfare, meals and lodging. The winning duo shares first prize of $200,000, with $25,000 going to the individual champion.
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May 9, 1999 | From Associated Press
Steve Flesch, who used a second-place finish at New Orleans last year as a springboard to the PGA Tour rookie-of-the-year award, shot a four-under-par 68 Saturday for a one-stroke lead after three rounds of the $2.6-million Compaq Classic at New Orleans. Flesch was at 15-under 201, one stroke ahead of Omar Uresti and Eric Booker and two ahead of Dudley Hart, Harrison Frazar and Carlos Franco.
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July 26, 1998
7:40: Tony Jacklin; Glen Stubblefield 7:49: Bruce Crampton; a-Joel Hirsch 7:58: Jerry Breaux; Rocky Thompson 8:07: Jeff Van Wagenen; Dave Eichelberger 8:16: Randy Petri; Tommy Price 8:25: Tom Wargo; Bobby Stroble 8:34: Leonard Thompson; John Jacobs 8:43: Arnold Palmer; Kermit Zarley 8:52: Bob Duval; Ray Carrasco 9:01: Calvin Peete; Ron Benson 9:10: Bobby Cole; DeWitt Weaver 9:19: Steve Heckel; Bob Smith 9:28: Jack Nicklaus; Simon Hobday 9:37: Walter Morgan; Al Geiberger 9:46: Dave Douglass;
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February 14, 2000 | From Associated Press
Lanny Wadkins lived up to his expectations in his Senior PGA Tour debut. Wadkins became the ninth player in senior tour history to win in his first start, parring the third hole of a playoff in the ACE Group Classic on Sunday. Wadkins, the 21-time PGA winner who turned 50 in December, beat Spain's Jose Maria Canizares on the third extra hole. Tom Watson and Walter Hall had bogeys on the first playoff hole.
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November 17, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Torrential rains in southern Spain forced officials to cancel today's second round of the 37th World Cup Golf tournament and shorten the tournament to 54 holes. The decision to cut a round from the planned 72-hole tournament favors the Australian team of Wayne Grady and Peter Fowler, which held a seven-shot lead after Thursday's first found, giving opponents from 31 countries less time to catch up.
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May 26, 1987 | Associated Press
West Germany's Bernhard Langer won the $368,000 British PGA Championship by four strokes over Spain's Severiano Ballesteros Monday. Langer shot a final-round 69 for an 18-under-par total of 270, a tournament record. Ballesteros shot a final-round 69 to finish at 274. Jose-Maria Canizares of Spain and Peter Senior of Australia were tied for third at 278. American Rick Hartman wound up in a four-way tie for fifth at 280 after shooting a 70.
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February 7, 1999 | Associated Press
Hometown favorite Bruce Fleisher, bidding to become only the fifth player to win in his Senior PGA Tour debut, shot a two-under-par 69 Saturday for a two-stroke lead in the Royal Caribbean Classic. Fleisher is at seven-under 135 going into the final round at Crandon Park Golf Course. Fleisher, a former club pro from Miami who won once in his PGA Tour career, led after the first round with a 66.
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July 17, 1999 | From Associated Press
Despite errant tee shots that led to two late bogeys, Se Ri Pak hung on to a one-shot lead midway through the JAL Big Apple Classic Friday in New Rochelle, N.Y. Her two-under-par 69 at Wykagyl Country Club gave her a seven-under 135 total, one stroke better than Lorie Kane, Karrie Webb, Sherri Steinhauer and Meg Mallon. * DeWitt Weaver came back with a birdie on No.
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July 25, 1998
7:36: David Oakley 7:45: Tony Jacklin, Calvin Peete 7:54: Arnold Palmer, Tom Wargo 8:03: Rocky Thompson, Larry Ziegler 8:12: Bruce Crampton, Glen Stubblefield 8:21: DeWitt Weaver, Bobby Cole 8:30: Ray Carrasco, Jerry Breaux 8:39: Bob Duval, Tommy Price 8:48: David Graham, Bob Smith 8:57: Frank Conner, Dale Douglass 9:06: Mike McCullough, Kermit Zarley 9:15: Dana Quigley, Bob Charles 9:24: John Jacobs, Leonard Thompson 9:33: Al Geiberger, Charles Coody 9:42: Randy Petri, Ron Benson 9:51: a-Joel
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