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The PGA Tour contests the FedEx St. Jude Classic at TPC at Southwind, Memphis, Tennessee. Last year David Toms recorded a 3 shot victory over Nick Price. This is the last chance for the players who are not already exempt, to guarantee a place at the US Open next month by getting into, or avoiding being nudged out of, the World Golf Rankings top 50. Sure to be a competitive event and I am expecting John Daly to pick up a few points to move up from his current ranking of #54.

The European Tour International Schedule stages the Volvo PGA Championship at Wentworth in Surrey. Second only to the Open Championship on the British golfing calendar, the Volvo PGA always attracts a star-studded field and the Wentworth course always produces some excellent golf. We'll have our own reporter there interviewing the players and we'll bring you an in-depth report next week.

The LPGA Tour stays in New York State and moves to Corning for the Corning Classic. Last year Juli Inkster won by four strokes from Lorie Kane.

The Champions Tour holds the 2004 Senior PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club, Louisville, Kentucky. John Jacobs took the title last year by two strokes from Bobby Wadkins with Fuzzy Zoeller and Bruce Lietzke tied for third place one shot further back.

 

 

 

 

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