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The PGA Tour stays in Texas for the Bank of America Colonial in Fort Worth, a tournament that dates back to 1946. Kenny Perry won this event last year and returns to defend his title.

The European Tour International Schedule returns to Europe for the Deutsche Bank-SAP Open in Heidelberg, Germany. This is the richest event so far this year on the European Tour at €3,000,000 (approx. US$3.6m) and among the players battling to take the €500,000 (US$600,000) winner's prize will be world #3 Ernie Els, defending champion Padraig Harrington, Retief Goosen, Miguel Angel Jiménez, Nick Price, Alex Cejka, Colin Montgomerie, Darren Clarke and 2003 Open winner Ben Curtis.

The LPGA Tour heads off to New York for the Sybase Big Apple Classic at Wykagyl Country Club, New Rochelle. Hee-Won Han defends her title.

The Champions Tour is in Iowa for the Allianz Championship at Glen Oaks Country Club, West Des Moines. Don Pooley won this event in 2003.

 

 

 

 

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