U.S. OPEN FINAL ROUND
Olin Browne chips of a bunker on the 10th fairway during the fourth round of the U.S. Open, at Pinehurst No. 2, in Pinehurst, N.C. on June 19, 2005. Browne tied for 23rd place with a combined score of 290. (UPI Photo/Kevin Dietsch)
Jay Haas equaled the lowest round in Champions Tour history Friday and Tom Lehman moved into position to capture the circuit's season-long points race.
Jay Don Blake shot a 6-under 64 Thursday in starting his bid to win the Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the second year in a row.
Bernhard Langer fired a 10-under-par 62 Sunday, charging from six shots back to emerge with a two-stroke victory at the 3M Championship in Minnesota.
David Peoples surged into the lead with a 10-under 62 Saturday at the 3M Championship, establishing a 3-stroke advantage after two rounds.
Lance Ten Broeck took advantage of late-round problems suffered by Tom Kite Friday to take the lead at the midway point of the U.S. Senior Open.
Tom Kite, 20 years after his victory at the U.S. Open, took a one-shot lead Thursday after the opening round of the U.S. Senior Open.
Third-round co-leader Joe Daley fired a 2-under-par 68 Sunday, using a steady touch to emerge from the field and claim the Senior Players Championship.
Russ Cochran suffered a lone bogey Friday and seized a two-shot lead after one round of the Montreal Championship.
Tom Lehman fired a 7-under 65 Friday despite suffering a bogey on the final hole, and seized a one-shot advantage after one round of the Insperity Championship.
Michael Allen established a dominating, five-stroke lead at the Encompass Insurance Pro-Am of Tampa Bay Saturday after firing a 4-under 67.