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Phil Mickelson pushing arthritis awareness

Phil Mickelson played a practice round at Pebble Beach on the Saturday before the U.S. Open and was walking back to his car when he felt pain in his ankle, hip and even his finger. It was uncomfortable, but no great cause for alarm.

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No questions around Martin Kaymer's No.1 status

Four years ago in another desert, caddie Fanny Sunesson was sitting near the putting green at Bighorn Golf Club waiting for her work day to start when she mentioned her part-time job with the German national team.

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Time running out for Harbour Town tournament

Time is http://primitivesurf.com/best-quality-levitra running out for the Heritage golf tournament, the event that features the how much is cialis picturesque Harbour Town lighthouse.

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Lee Westwood could regain World No.1 this week

The topsy-turvy nature of the 2011 world rankings could be reflected again this week with Lee Westwood pushing to reclaim the No.1 spot from European Ryder Cup team mate Martin Kaymer.

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Martin Kaymer heads European quartet atop World Ranking

Luke Donald defeated new world No. 1 Martin Kaymer to become the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Champion and moves to a career-high World Number 3.

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Luke Donald claims first WGC title

Luke Donald concluded a week of dominant golf by winning the biggest title of buy levitra in new zealand his career with a 3&2 victory over Germany’s Martin Kaymer in Sunday’s final of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.

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