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The PGA Tour continue its journey east to Charlotte, North Carolina for the Wachovia Championship at Quail Hollow Club. Last year, David Toms won by 2 shots from Vijay Singh despite taking a quadruple bogey on the final hole. This year there is a very strong field including most of the top ranked players in the world. Can Vijay go one better than last year and complete his hat-trick?

The European Tour holds its first UK event on this year's schedule, The Daily Telegraph Damovo British Masters at Marriott Forest of Arden in Warwickshire, England. A lot of the top European Tour players are entered for the event including Irishman Darren Clarke, England's Ian Poulter and Colin Montgomerie of Scotland.

The LPGA Tour moves from Georgia to Williamsburg, Virginia for the Michelob Ultra Open at Kingsmill Resort & Spa. Money List leader and winner of this year's first major, Grace Park, will be defending the title she won at the inaugural staging of this event in 2003.

The Champions Tour contests the FedEx Kinko's Classic at The Hills Country Club, Austin, Texas. Last year it was won by Hale Irwin, the winner of the 2004 Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf a couple of weeks ago.





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