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David Toms needs eight ibuprofens on Friday, and one extra hole on Sunday.
For the Euros, the best of both worlds: They win and they get to call the Americans poor sports.
It's Jim Thorpe, who last won when Reagan was in office, in a landslide victory in Napa.
Lee Westwood pips Monty in the final of what has become the Third-World Match Play.
Toms, who nearly pulled out of the Michelob Championship at Kingsmill in Williamsburg, Va., after 26 holes because of back pain, sank a five-foot par putt in sudden death to beat Mike Weir....
Toms jumped 12 spots, to 18th, on the money list to qualify for the Nov. 2-5 Tour Championship....
Can things get worse for Casey Martin? The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the Tour's appeal, he's 178th in earnings and a lock to lose his Tour card, and at Kingsmill, after missing the cut by a shot, he jumped a four-foot fence to avoid autograph seekers and injured his good (left) leg.
Europe's 14�-11� Solheim Cup victory at Loch Lomond, near Glasgow, was its second in the 10-year history of the event. The U.S. has won four times.
Thorpe, whose 18-under 198 at the Transamerica Championship in Napa, Calif., beat 1999 winner Bruce Fleisher by three shots and his tournament record by one, became the sixth African-American to win a Senior tour event.