WHAT: MasterCard Colonial.
WHERE: Fort Worth, Texas.
COURSE: Colonial Country Club (7,010 yards, par 70).
WINNER'S SHARE: $594,000.
TV: 4-6:30 p.m. today-Friday, Golf Channel and Fox Sports Net; 3-6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Ch. 10.
NOTES: The event has been played for all of its 53 years at Colonial. There have been seven playoffs at the event. Corey Pavin leads all players with more than $700,000 earned in 16 starts at the Colonial. Five players won their first PGA title at the Colonial, the last was Ian Baker-Finch in 1989.
WHAT: Firstar LPGA Classic.
WHERE: Beavercreek, Ohio.
COURSE: Country Club of the North (6,331 yards, par 72).
WINNER'S SHARE: $97,500.
NOTES: Pat Hurst took off four months last year for the birth of her first child. Sunday, Hurst won her third title, first since the Nabisco Dinah Shore in 1998. Karrie Webb matched her worst round this year with a final-round 74 Sunday. Hurst was the fifth wire-to-wire winner of the season.
Senior PGA Tour
WHAT: TD Waterhouse Championship.
WHERE: Kansas City, Mo.
COURSE: Tiffany Greens Golf Club (6,888 yards, par 72).
WINNER'S SHARE: $195,000.
TV: 3-5 p.m. Friday and 5:30-7 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, ESPN.
NOTES: Four of the 13 TD Waterhouse events have been led wire to wire. Larry Ziegler's 1998 victory came six years, 10 months and three days after his previous win, a senior tour record for time between wins. Gibby Gilbert's 17-under 193 in 1992 tied the senior 54-hole record.
European PGA Tour
WHAT: Deutsche Bank-SAP Open.
WHERE: Hamburg, Germany.
COURSE: Gut Kaden Country Club (7,029 yards, par 72).
WINNER'S SHARE: $450,000.
TV: 9 a.m.-noon today-Sunday, Golf Channel.
NOTES: England's Lee Westwood shot a course-record 11-under 61 in the third round en route to a victory in 1998. Five of the top-10 ranked players in the world are in the field. The winner of the event gets a five-year exemption on the European tour.
WHAT: Virginia Beach Open.
WHERE: Virginia Beach, Va.
COURSE: TPC of Virginia Beach (7,432 yards, par 72).
WINNER'S SHARE: $72,000.
TV: 1-3:30 p.m. today-Friday and 1:30-4 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Golf Channel.
NOTES: Tripp Isenhour leads the money list with $169,126. Chris Smith is second with $135,691. Smith has finished second in his past three events. Smith has a tour-leading average of 69.85.
ASIAN PGA TOUR: Volvo China Open, Today-Sunday, Shanghai Silport Golf Club.
LADIES EUROPEAN TOUR: Italian Open, Today-Sunday, Poggio dei Medici Golf Club, Tuscany.