PGA WESTERN OPEN GOLF
Joe Ogilvie tees off on the 15th hole during the first round of the Western Open at Cog Hill Golf Club in Lemont, Ill. on July 6, 2006. Ogilvie finished his round with a 5 under par 66, tied for the lead with Daniel Chopra, Lucas Glover, and David McKenenzie. (UPI Photo/Brian Kersey)
There was a four-way tie for the lead after Thursday's first round of the AT&T National while defending champion Tiger Woods was left tied for 81st place.
Anthony Kim fired a three-under 69 Saturday, tying second-round leader Bryce Molder atop the Houston Open leaderboard after three rounds.
Gavin Coles shot 2-under-par 68 Saturday to move into a third-round tie for the lead with Nick Flanagan at the U.S. Bank Championship.
Steve Allan and John Mallinger shared the second-round lead Friday at the Canadian Open, at 10-under 132, a shot ahead of Vijay Singh and Tripp Isenhour.
Joe Ogilvie holed out for an eagle from the 16th fairway Sunday to win the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee -- his first PGA Tour win in 230 career starts.
Tim Herron Saturday took the third-round lead at the PGA U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee, posting a 5-under 65 for a 12-under 198.
Joe Ogilvie fired a 7-under 63 Friday that boosted him into a two-shot lead midway through the U.S. Bank Championship at Milwaukee.
Jim Furyk and Vijay Singh were part of a five-way tie for the lead Thursday after one round of the AT&T National at Bethesda, Md.
Charlie Wi survived a blustery day on a hard golf course Thursday and became the surprise first-day leader at the Honda Classic. Wi shot a 5-under 65 over the PGA National Golf Club course for a one-shot lead as the PGA Tour began its Florida swing with m
Tiger Woods shot a 5-under 66 Friday to take the lead after one round of the PGA's Deutsche Bank Championship at Norton, Mass.
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