While Georgia runs away with the NCAA team title, James Lepp of Washington shoots a 63, the lowest final-round score since 1965, then edges Michael Putnam of Pepperdine in a playoff.  After 20 years and 204 Tour starts Bart Bryant, 42, wins for the second time, at the Memorial.  A Florida jury finds Learjet not liable for the 1999 crash that killed Payne Stewart and five others.  Annika Sorenstam keeps alive her Grand Slam bid with a three-shot victory over Michelle Wie in the McDonald's LPGA Championship.  Wie becomes the first female to make the field in a USGA men's championship at U.S. Public Links qualifying.  Caroyln Vesper Bivens is named commissioner of the LPGA.  Michael Campbell becomes the first player from New Zealand to win the U.S. Open.  Masters chairman Hootie Johnson says that, among other changes at Augusta National, the par-3 4th hole will be stretched to 240 yards.
 Shinnecock Hills, named in a lawsuit in which the Shinnecock Nation seeks compensation for land--including the course--that the tribe says was stolen from it, removes the Indian headdress from the club logo.  Michelle Wie drops three strokes on the last four holes to miss the cut at the John Deere Classic.  The Royal Bank of Scotland issues a �5 note commemorating Jack Nicklaus and his last British Open appearance.  In the quarterfinals of the Publinks, Clay Ogden birdies four of the first five holes to eliminate Wie.  Tiger Woods goes wire-to-wire in the British Open to become the youngest player to win all four majors twice.  Dana Quigley's streak of 264 straight senior starts ends when he misses the Senior British Open.  Ernie Els has surgery to repair a left knee ligament injured while sailing.  Arnold Palmer misses the Senior Open cut and says that this, his 62nd USGA championship, is his last.
 Royal Montreal, the oldest club in North America, lands the 2007 Presidents Cup. ? Jason Gore eagles the final green to shoot a 12-under 59 in the Nationwide Cox Classic.  Gore closes with a 63, then beats Roger Tambellini in a playoff to win the Cox, his third Nationwide victory, and is promoted to the PGA Tour. ? U.S. Open runner-up Morgan Pressel wins the U.S. Women's Amateur.  Great Britain's streak of three Walker Cup victories ends with a 121/2--111/2 U.S. win.  Phil Mickelson chips close for an easy birdie on the 72nd hole to win the PGA.  There are seven drives of more than 400 yards during the NEC Invitational, including blasts of 408, 412 and 427 by Stuart Appleby.  Edoardo Molinari of Italy makes seven birdies in 15 holes during the U.S. Amateur final to become the first European winner since Harold Hilton in 1911.  The USGA allows amateurs to accept reimbursement for expenses to play in a competition.
 Transsexual Mianne Bagger, a rookie on the Ladies European tour, makes her first cut after 12 starts, at the Nykredit Masters.  An hour after the U.S. victory in the Solheim Cup, Meg Mallon, 42, is treated for a racing heartbeat.  David Toms collapses at the 84 Lumber Classic and is also treated for a racing heart.  Mike Holder, Oklahoma State's golf coach for 32 years, is named the school's athletic director.  Jason Gore wins the 84 Lumber. The first prize of $792,000 is nearly double his career earnings before 2005.  Martha Burk, who famously took on Augusta National for its men-only membership, says she'll step down as head of the National Council of Women's Organizations.  Chris DiMarco sinks a 13-footer for birdie on the final hole to clinch the Presidents Cup for the U.S., its first team victory since 2000.  The USGA and R&A say that distance-measuring devices are O.K. for competition.
 Michelle Wie turns pro and donates $500,000 to hurricane relief.  Jay Haas closes with a 65 to win the Greater Hickory Classic on the Champions tour, his first victory since the 1993 Texas Open.  The R&A says women may enter the British Open.  Wie apparently ties for fourth at the Samsung World Championship and wins $53,126, but officials, having been alerted to the possible infraction by SI writer Michael Bamberger, disqualify her for taking an incorrect drop the day before.  The PGA of America promotes Joe Steranka to CEO.  Colin Montgomerie claims a record eighth Euro tour money title.