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GOLF NEWS:LPGA tournament in Illinois delayed another day; US wins Curtis Cup

compiled from staff and wire reports

LPGA

Rain delayed once again, the LPGA State Farm Classic in Springfield, Illinois, forcing tournament officials to move the final round to Monday.

Christie Kerr (LPGA)

Christie Kerr and Anna Nordqvist  lead at 20 under. Na On Min, Jee Young Lee, Katie Fulcher, Gwladys Nocera and Na Yeon Choi are just three shots back of first place.

CURTIS CUP

The United States beat Great Britain and Ireland 12.5 to 7.5 in the 36th Curtis Cup which took place in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts.

The United States needed only two of eight points in the singles to retain the cup.

The competiton consists of amateur female golfers.

U.S. Flag (file)

Lee Westwood and Thomas Bjorn win golf tournaments

compiled from staff and wire reports

PGA TOUR

Lee Westwood posted his second career PGA Tour victory and first since 1998, beating Robert Karlsson with a birdie putt on the fourth playoff hole to win the St. Jude Classic in Memphis, Tennessee.

Lee Westwood (PGA)

Third-round leader Robert Garrigus blew a three-stroke lead on the final hole of regulation with a triple bogey. He bogeyed the first playoff hole.

EUROPEAN TOUR

Thomas Bjorn of Denmark won the Estoril Open in Portugal by five shots over Richard Green of Australia. Bjorn shot a 4-under 68 in the final round for a 23-under 265 total. He took a three-shot lead into the final round.

Thomas Bjorn (PGA)

Hamlin dominates field at Michigan International Speedway

compiled from staff and wire reports

Denny Hamlin and his number 11 Toyota easily pulled away from Kasey Kahne on the restart with 14 laps remaining and rolled to his fifth Sprint Cup win of the 2010 season, simply dominating the Heluva Good! Sour Cream dip 400 in Brooklyn, Michigan.

Kahne’s second place finish highlighted a resurgent and prosperous day for Ford. The manufacturer hasn’t won a race since last fall, but it did place five drivers in the top 14. Kahne was followed by pole-sitter Kurt Busch, Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart.

Denny Hamlin (nascar)

However, all of them were spectators as Hamlin continued his recent hot streak that began with a victory at Martinsville in late March. He led 123 laps and has won five of the past 10 races, and has won on all types of tracks: Short, Intermediate ovals and Massive superspeedways.

Four months into the 2010 season, he has a career-high for wins with 21 races to go.

Hamlin is third in the points standings behind Kevin Harvick with 11 races to go before the Sprint Cup chase begins.

Atlanta Hawks are set to promote assistant coach Larry Drew to replace Woodson

compiled from staff and wire reports

The Atlanta Hawks are set to hire Larry Drew as their next head coach.

Drew was picked after a search that also included former Minnesota coach Dwane Casey.  It had been rumored for several weeks that Casey would have the inside track because of his friendship and ties to Hawks general manager Rick Sund.

But the Hawks have decided to hire lead assistant Larry Drew who was Mike Woodson’s right hand man, until he was fired last month after six seasons in Atlanta.

Larry Drew Atlanta assistant (nba)

Woodson had guided the team to an improved record each of the last five seasons, as well as three straight playoff appearances after a nearly decade-long postseason absence. But Atlanta was blown out in the second round by the Orlando Magic, who won four straight by an average of 25.3 points for the most lopsided sweep in NBA history.

After the series, the front office felt new leadership was needed on the bench after the Hawks’season ended for the second straight year in a row with a second-round sweep.

The 52-year-old Drew is a former point guard who played in the NBA for 10 years. He was an assistant with the LA Lakers, Detroit, Washington and New Jersey before he joined Woodson in Atlanta.

WORLD CUP SOCCER: United States and England tie 1-1

compiled from staff, wire and US Soccer news

The United States and England played to a 1-1 draw in the opening round of the FIFA World Cup soccer competition on Saturday in Rustenburg, South Africa.

A spirited crowd of 38, 646 enjoyed the match under clear skies and a cool 57 degree-temperature at Royal Bafokeng Stadium.

Clint Dempsey Fulham (US Soccer photo)

The goals were scored by England’s Steven Gerrard in the 4th minute and the United States’ Clint Dempsey in the 40th minute.

By scoring a goal, Dempsey joins Brian McBride as the only players to score in two different FIFA World Cup Tournaments in 2006 and 2010.

The United States next match is on Friday June 18 at 10 am Eastern time against Slovenia at Ellis Park in Johannesburg, South Africa. And their third match is on June 23 vs. Algeria in Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria.

All of the World Cup matches can be followed on US soccer.com Match tracker and Twitter.

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