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September 11, 2010
Reporting from Lemont, Ill. Ryan Moore traversed Cog Hill on Saturday in a loosely knotted tie and buttoned V-neck sweater because he said he favors the "classic" look. So it seemed fitting when the BMW Championship's third-round leader recalled a simpler, less commercial time with an apparent slip of the tongue. "I came here," Moore said, "to win the Western Open. " He's in prime position to do that after firing a five-under-par 66 that included only one bogey.
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June 20, 2010 | By Teddy Greenstein
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Toward the end of his eight-minute, anti-USGA rant Sunday, Ryan Moore was asked if he would play at any future U.S Open. "Probably, just to torture myself," he told a handful of reporters off the 18th green. "I get angry, and it makes me hate golf for about two months, and then I'm OK again." Moore shot a solid two-over-par 73 on Sunday to put himself in position for a top-40 finish. But to hear him tell it, Moore got little out of the experience other than extreme frustration.
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August 21, 2009 | Associated Press
With thunder booming, Chez Reavie rushed to hit the 15-foot putt that would have left him alone atop the Wyndham Championship leaderboard. Once he missed, he had more than enough time to think about his gimme in Greensboro, N.C. After a long weather delay, Reavie returned to the green and tapped in a one-footer to close out a six-under-par 64. He wound up sharing the early lead with former champion Brandt Snedeker and Ryan Moore on Thursday...
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January 11, 2005 | From Associated Press
Ryan Moore rebounded his missed jump shot and made a layup as time expired to lift UC Davis to a 66-65 comeback victory over host UC Riverside Monday. The winning shot came after Larry Cunningham blocked Rommel Marentez's shot with five seconds left. Moore had 25 points for the Aggies. Davis (6-8) trailed by as many as 15 points in the second half, but a 14-5 run cut the lead to 60-59 with 2:50 left. Klaus Schille made one of two free throws to give Riverside a 65-64 lead with 29 seconds left.
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April 8, 2003 | Mal Florence
Mark Soldan has a ticket to The Masters, the most prestigious event in U.S. golf and an event that is sold out years in advance. And he didn't even have to pay for it. Soldan, a 31-year-old used car salesman from Macomb Township, Mich., was given his ticket by Ryan Moore, the reigning U.S. Amateur Public Links champion. It was Moore's way of repaying the stranger who emerged from the gallery to carry his golf bag when he won his amateur title at Orchards Golf Club in Michigan last July.
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April 30, 2001 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For USC junior Ryan Moore, there was only one way to describe his glorious run to the Pac-10 men's singles title at the Ojai Valley tennis tournament. "Unbelievable," Moore said in amazement after his 6-3, 6-2 victory over K.J. Hippensteel of Stanford Sunday before jam-packed stands at Libbey Park's center court. "That's how I envisioned myself playing one day."
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April 30, 2001 | STEVE PRATT
Once his journey to the men's Pac-10 individual singles championship was complete, USC's Ryan Moore looked into the Libbey Park stands, acknowledged his parents and pumped his fist, realizing a longtime dream. "Unbelievable," a beaming Moore said Sunday after beating Stanford's K.J. Hippensteel, 6-3, 6-2, in the featured event at the 101st Ojai Valley tennis tournament. "I used to watch those guys and always wonder if I could do it. Well, today I did it."
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April 29, 2001 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
USC's Ryan Moore vowed that his rematch with UCLA's Jean-Noel Grinda would be different than their last meeting, a 6-2, 6-0 win by Grinda. And it was. Seven weeks ago in a dual match, Grinda's big, lefty serve and powerful inside-out forehands were too much for Moore. On an unusually chilly and damp Saturday morning at Libbey Park, Moore's legs and well-placed serves were the difference in his 6-3, 6-2 victory in the Pac-10 men's semifinals of the Ojai Valley tennis tournament.
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April 28, 2001 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sprawled out on a trainer's table getting his body put back together, USC's Ryan Moore hardly looked like someone who had just stunned the defending NCAA singles champion and current No. 1-ranked college player at the Ojai Valley tennis tournament.
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April 28, 2001 | STEVE PRATT
USC's Ryan Moore upset defending NCAA singles champion Alex Kim of Stanford to advance to the semifinals of the Pac-10 individual men's championships at the Ojai Valley tennis tournament Friday. Moore won, 7-6, 6-0, over Kim, last year's Pac-10 runner-up and the tournament's No. 1-seeded player. Moore will play UCLA's Jean-Noel Grinda today at 9:30 a.m. In the other semifinal, Stanford's K.J. Hippensteel will face UCLA's Jean-Julien Rojer at 11 a.m.
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