DUBLIN, Ohio - Mathew Goggin kept mistakes to a minimum yesterday at the Memorial, shooting a 1-under 71 at Muirfield Village to build a 3-shot lead over former Masters champion Mike Weir.

Seeking his first PGA Tour victory, Goggin was at 8-under 208, the highest 54-hole score at Jack Nicklaus' event since Greg Norman won a rain-shortened tournament in 1990 at par 216.

Weir matched the best round of the day, a bogey-free 68.


MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. - Sophie Gustafson shot a 67 to take a 6-stroke lead over Na Yeon Choi and a faltering Karrie Webb at 18-under 198 in the Ginn Tribute at RiverTowne Country Club.

Tournament host Annika Sorenstam continued to struggle, shooting a 75.


ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - The team of Stacy Lewis and Alison Walshe won two matches to spark the United States to a 71/2-41/2 lead over Britain/Ireland after two days of competition at the U.S. Golf Association's Curtis Cup on the Old Course at St. Andrews.

Meghan Bolger of Haddonfield, teamed with Amanda Blumenherst of Scottsdale, Ariz., lost her four-ball match, 3 and 2, to the Scottish pair of Sally Watson and Krystle Caithness. Bolger will go off today against Florentyna Parker of England in the sixth of eight singles matches.

The United States needs just 21/2 of the eight points available today to post its sixth straight win in the Curtis Cup.

MUNICH, Germany - Michelle Wie shot a 2-under 70 in the third round of the Ladies German Open to fall 7 strokes behind leader Amy Wang, who shot a course-record 63 in the Ladies European Tour event at Golfpark Gut Hausern Course.

Wang, an 18-year-old South Korean living in Orlando, Fla., was at 16-under 200 after her lowest round as a pro.

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa - On the Champions Tour, Nick Price fired a 5-under 66 to take a 1-stroke lead over six players at 6-under 136 after the second round of the Principal Charity Classic at Glen Oaks Country Club.

Price will enter today final round at Glen Oaks Country Club with a 6-under 136 total. Six players, including Bobby Wadkins and Mark McNulty, were one shot back.

NEWPORT, Wales - On the European Tour, Scott Strange maintained a 3-shot lead at 15-under 198 after the third round of the Wales Open, despite falling ill on the back nine at Celtic Manor Resort.

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - UCLA won the NCAA men's golf title at the Kampen Course, shooting a final-round 306 to finish a stroke ahead of runner-up Stanford.