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Hall, Maguire four back at LPGA Q-School second stage
England’s Georgia Hall and world No. 1 amateur Leona Maguire made strong moves up the leaderboard Friday at the LPGA Q-School’s second stage event in Venice, Fla.
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Watch: McCarron incurs rare penalty, busts driver
Scott McCarron made a routine drop at the 18th hole Friday at the Dominion Charity Classic. But what happened next was anything but routine.
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Watch: Beef tries to pass Sergio's Spanish test
Sergio Garcia is hosting the Andalucia Masters, and the European Tour did the wise thing and asked Garcia to test some of his fellow pros on their Spanish.
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Creamer announces season-ending wrist surgery
Paula Creamer underwent surgery to repair her ailing left wrist Thursday in Houston and will miss the rest of the LPGA season.
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Watch: Luiten nearly goes albatross-ace in Spain
Joost Luiten made an albatross on the 11th hole in Round 2 of the Andalucia Valderrama Masters and then nearly made a hole-in-one on the next hole.
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Major rules controversy leads to official's resignation
More controversy over the marking of golf balls in a major championship, another round of scores wiped out in a major, more furor in women’s golf.
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Bryan penalized when caddie touches moving ball
George Bryan shot 2-over 74 in the first round of the PGA Tour Latinoamerica’s Lexus Peru Open. Not a great start, but it would have been at least one stroke better if not for an incident with his caddie.
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'Flipping' wind confounds some at Nine Bridges
Following a day of perfect scoring conditions, the field at the CJ Cup faced a vastly different golf course for Round 2 in South Korea.
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CJ Cup leader List carrying playoff momentum
Luke List advanced to the third playoff event and is now playing well at the start of the new season, leading the CJ Cup through two rounds.
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Watch: Gribble (81) flirts with albatross
It wasn't a very enjoyable day for Cody Gribble. It never is when you shoot 81. But at least he finished strong.
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Thomas falls two shots off CJ Cup lead
Justin Thomas looked like he had righted the ship until he beached himself - twice - on the final hole of the CJ Cup's second round.
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Watch: Thomas uses a stymie technique
Justin Thomas took a page out of the stymie era to turn a bad lie into a satisfying par.
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Maguire four back in stage two at LPGA Q-School
Leona Maguire, the world’s No. 1 amateur, is four off the lead after Round 1 at the second stage at LPGA Q-School.
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Report: Dean & DeLuca ending Colonial sponsorship
According to a Fort Worth Star-Telegram report, Dean & DeLuca is expected to end its sponsorship of the PGA Tour stop at Colonial Country Club after only two years.
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Watch: Rahm rips claustrophobic drive 330 yards
The par-4 ninth at Valderrama Golf Club looks intimidating off the tee. Unless you're world No. 5 Jon Rahm.
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Ko, A. Jutanugarn try to regain winning form
Lydia Ko and Ariya Jutanugarn have steadily slipped down the world rankings, but both showed positive signs Thursday in Taiwan.
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'Burnt out' Day didn't know 'how to handle' No. 1
After a difficult season on and off the course, Jason Day admitted that he struggled with "how to handle" the No. 1 ranking with which he began the year.
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Green (66) chasing, not intimidated by Thomas
After a college career at the University of New Mexico, Malaysia's Gavin Kyle Green is trying to chase down a familiar name at the inaugural CJ Cup in South Korea.
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Thomas races to three-stroke lead in South Korea
Justin Thomas shot a 9-under-par 63 to take a three-shot lead after the first round of the inaugural cJ Cup at Nine Bridges.
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Two eagles fuel 63 for CJ Cup leader Thomas
Justin Thomas' pre-tournament remarks foreshadowed his opening-round 63 in the inaugural CJ Cup at Nine Bridges.
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Watch: Thomas holes bunker shot for birdie
Justin Thomas was 2 under par when he came to his sixth hole of the day, the par-4 15th. His approach shot found a greenside bunker, but it proved no problem.
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Former PGA president Sprague now GM at Sawgrass
Former PGA of America president Derek Sprague was named the new general manager of TPC Sawgrass, site of The Players.
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Barbasol Championship moving to Kentucky in 2018
The Barbasol Championship is moving from Alabama to Kentucky next summer, marking the first PGA Tour event in Kentucky since 1959.
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Hall headlines field for LPGA Q-School's second stage
Georgia Hall made a name for herself in three big events this summer, and now she’s aiming to earn LPGA membership.
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Spieth sends Open 3-iron back to Royal Birkdale
Jordan Spieth signed and sent the 3-iron he used for a decisive shot en route to winning The Open this summer back to Royal Birkdale.
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Inbee to qualify for Korean LPGA Tour’s Hall of Fame
Inbee Park’s first tournament appearance in more than two months will be historic this week at the Korean LPGA Tour’s KB Financial Star Championship outside Seoul.
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Census in Peru shortens LatinoAmerica event
This week's stop on the PGA Tour LatinoAmerica will be shortened to 54 holes because Peru is conducting a national census on Sunday requiring individuals to remain indoors.
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Ridley will 'protect the integrity' of ANGC's layout
He didn't mention any specific changes to the course, but Fred Ridley says he will be focused on protecting "the integrity of Augusta National.”
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Players downplay safety concerns at new Korea event
Multiple players told reporters at this week's CJ Cup in South Korea that the PGA Tour security team has assuaged any lingering safety concerns in the region.
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CJ Cup: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The PGA Tour heads to Jeju Island, South Korea, this week for the inaugural edition of the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges. Here is the key information.
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Thomas grouped with Perez, Bae in Korea
FedExCup champ Justin Thomas will be joined by recent winner Pat Perez and Korean star Sangmoon Bae for the first two rounds of the inaugural CJ Cup at Nine Bridges.
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Inaugural CJ Cup kicks off with 'phenomenal' purse
The PGA Tour is holding a regular tournament in South Korea for the first time, and they're offering plenty of incentive for the players who make the trip.
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Woods' update sparks prop bets on possible return
With Tiger Woods cleared to resume full golf activity, one European betting outlet has offered a series of prop bets tied to his possible return.
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Punch Shot: Whens, wheres and whats for Tiger
Given Tiger Woods' latest reveal, when might we see him next? What could 2018 hold? Our senior writers are cautiously optimistic.
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Stock Watch: Tiger comebacks are depreciating assets
Pat Perez's individuality is something we should all appreciate, as we contemplate how many more times we can do this same Tiger exercise.
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No restrictions: Woods cleared for full golf activity
Nearly six months after undergoing fusion surgery, Tiger Woods has been cleared to resume all golf activities with no restrictions.
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Haney: Tiger's swing one 'he could win with'
After watching Tiger Woods' latest Twitter video, Woods' former coach Hank Haney believes Woods' swing is one "he could win with."
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Caddies appeal lawsuit dismissal against Tour
Attorneys for a group of caddies made what could be a final stand on Thursday, arguing before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that a lower court ruling to dismiss the group’s lawsuit against the PGA Tour...
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Ridley officially takes over as Augusta National chairman
On his first official day as the newest chairman at Augusta National Golf Club, Fred Ridley shared a statement relaying his vision for the club and the Masters Tournament.
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Finalists announced for 2018 Drive, Chip and Putt
Eighty finalists have been named for the 2018 Drive, Chip and Putt national finals, all of whom will tee it up at Augusta National Golf Club next spring with hopes of winning a national championship.
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Perez cracks OWGR top 20 after CIMB win
Pat Perez cracked the top 20 in the latest world rankings following his four-shot win at the CIMB Classic, his second victory in less than a year.
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After Further Review: Ryder Cup in Perez's future?
Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf, and they're talking the possibility of a Ryder Cup in Pat Perez's future.
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Watch: Tiger tees off with driver in Sunday red
Tiger Woods still hasn't confirmed he will be returning to competitive golf, but it's looking likely with yet another video of his swing emerging on Sunday.
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Watch: Murray shows off throwing arm at CIMB
Grayson Murray's tumultuous week at the CIMB Classic continued Sunday when he vented some frustration by throwing his ball into a greenside lake.
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Thomas (T-17) comes up short in three-peat bid
Justin Thomas fell short in his bid for a three-peat at the CIMB Classic, finishing T-17 while Pat Perez left Malaysia with the trophy.
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Bradley earns best finish since 2014 with runner-up
Keegan Bradley fell short of his first win since 2012, but his runner-up at the CIMB Classic is still his best tournament result in more than three years.
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Perez cruises to four-shot win at CIMB
Pat Perez shot a 3-under 69 and won his third-career title by four strokes over Keegan Bradley at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia.
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J.Y. Ko leads Chun, S.H. Park in South Korea
Jin Young Ko is two ahead of two fellow South Koreans: two-time major champ In Gee Chun and reigning U.S. Women’s Open champ Sung Hyun Park.
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Park can pass Ryu as world No. 1 with win
Sung Hyun Park moved into position to claim a lot more than a trophy and a big check Sunday at the KEB Hana Bank Championship in South Korea.
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You Oughta Know: Perez would be oldest CIMB champ
Pat Perez enjoys a four-shot lead heading into the final round of the CIMB Classic in Malaysia and at age 41 could become the oldest champ in tournament history.
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Connelly, Garcia paired years after photo together
Eighteen years after he met Sergio Garcia as a toddler, Austin Connelly is playing with the reigning Masters champ during the third round of the Italian Open.
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Schauffele: 'Hack of group' after 67 at CIMB
Reigning Rookie of the Year Xander Schauffele shot a 67 in the third round of the CIMB Classic but still lost ground to leader Pat Perez.
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Leader Perez plans to remain aggressive at CIMB
After setting a new tournament scoring record and building a four-shot lead, Pat Perez has no intentions of slowing down during the final round of the CIMB Classic.
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Murray's week so far at CIMB: 82-74-64
Two days after opening with a 10-over 82, Grayson Murray's wild week at the CIMB Classic continued Saturday with an 8-under 64 in Malaysia.
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Perez builds 4-stroke lead over Schauffele at CIMB
Pat Perez closed with four birdies in his last five holes to build a four-stroke lead over Xander Schauffele at the CIMB Classic.
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Watch: Donaldson has incredible finish to Round 2
To say that Jamie Donaldson finished strong in the second round of the Italian Open would be an understatement.
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South Koreans closing in on record LPGA year
South Koreans have won 13 LPGA events this year, nearly half the events staged, and they could surpass their previous total victory mark.
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More to Hana Bank leader Yin, 19, than meets the eye
Angel Yin is one of the LPGA’s most powerful players, but her coach says there’s a lot more to the young American’s game.
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Schauffele 1 back at CIMB; in final group for first time
Xander Schauffele has experienced a number of firsts over the past few months as he transitioned from relative unknown to two-time PGA Tour winner.
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Linqiang, 13, makes cut, sets Challenge Tour record
Li Linqiang became the youngest player to make a cut on the Challenge Tour after the 13-year-old from China shot rounds of 69-75 at the Hainan Open.
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CIMB players warm up on upcoming LPGA course
A nearly four-hour weather delay Friday at the CIMB Classic created a hectic situation as players tried to warm up before the resumption of play.
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Perez waits out major delay, leads CIMB Classic
Play was suspended nearly four hours Friday in Malaysia, but when players finally returned to the course, Pat Perez birdied his way to the lead.
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Michael Jordan talks golf, Tiger and the Tour
In a video interview with Cigar Aficionado magazine, Michael Jordan talks about his favorite sport - golf.
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No goals, no problem for ROY Schauffele
Fresh off a win at the Tour Championship and Rookie of the Year honors, Xander Schauffele is again contending after an opening-round 65 at the CIMB Classic.
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Park co-leads Hana Bank, closing in on history
Sung Hyun Park took a strong first step toward claiming what Koreans embrace as the LPGA’s unofficial sixth major and toward making tour history.
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Revised gameplan nets results for Woodland at CIMB
After two previous runner-up finishes at the CIMB Classic, Gary Woodland is again in the mix thanks to adopting a more aggressive strategy.
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Smith leads in return to career-sparking CIMB
Three years after sparking his PGA Tour career in Malaysia, Cameron Smith is out to an early lead after a bogey-free 64 to open the CIMB Classic.
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Schauffele one back, Thomas six back at CIMB
The reigning Rookie of the Year outplayed the Player of the Year on Day 1 of the CIMB Classic. But both trail Cameron Smith.
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Watch: Na ends scoring run with hole-out eagle
Kevin Na got off to a good start at the CIMB Classic, turning in 4-under 32. He was part of a logjam at 5 under, when this happened at the par-4 16th.
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Kang would love to win a title in the 'motherland'
Danielle Kang was born in San Francisco, but she says South Korea holds a special place in her heart as her parents’ homeland.
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Graham offers details on Trump's round of 73
Days after joining President Donald Trump for a round of golf, Senator Lindsey Graham defended his claim that the Commander-in-Chief shot a 73.
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Photo: Woods sporting 'TGR' clubs in golf bag
Photos taken of Tiger Woods' golf bag show the 14-time major winner and TaylorMade staffer now has "TGR" irons.
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Levin on equipment woes: 'I took the money'
After losing his PGA Tour card, veteran Spencer Levin traced his woes back to his decision to switch equipment companies in January.
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Garcia, wife expecting first child in March 2018
Sergio Garcia and his wife announced Wednesday that the couple is expecting their first child in March 2018.
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Willett details 'difficult' post-Masters stretch
Eighteen months after winning the Masters, Danny Willett penned a wide-ranging blog post detailing some of the struggles he has endured since becoming a major champ.
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Thomas eyes rare three-peat in Malaysia
After a brief offseason, Justin Thomas returns to Malaysia in hopes of becoming the first player to three-peat on Tour since 2011.
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CIMB Classic: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The PGA Tour heads to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for the CIMB Classic. Here is the key information for the second event of the 2017-18 season.
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Watch: Woods shares second full-swing video
Another week, another swing video posted to social media by Tiger Woods.
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Thomas, Schauffele grouped together at CIMB
Three weeks after sharing the spotlight at the Tour Championship, Justin Thomas and Xander Schauffele will play together in the CIMB Classic.
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Euro Tour to use 40-second shot clock at '18 event
The European Tour will take another crack at curbing slow play next summer when they implement a 40-second shot clock on every hole at the Austrian Open.
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Despite tensions, LPGA has strong field in Korea
The growing tension and saber rattling between North Korea and the United States isn’t deterring the LPGA’s best this week.
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Wie returns to action following appendectomy
Michelle Wie is back in action six weeks after undergoing emergency surgery to remove her appendix following her withdrawal in Canada.
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Stock Watch: Old Course becoming obsolete?
Tyrrell Hatton is on the rise after repeating at the Alfred Dunhill Links, but is record scoring on the Old Course a bad sign?
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Rohanna wins Symetra title; 10 earn LPGA cards
Rachel Rohanna shot a 4-under-par 68 on Monday to win the Symetra Tour Championship at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla.
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Subs now allowed during men's NCAA postseason
The substitution rule is expanding in men’s college golf.
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Fires cause Silverado evacuation hours after Safeway
Massive forest fires led to an evacuation at Silverado Resort and Spa just hours after the course hosted the conclusion of the PGA Tour's Safeway Open.
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Player 'sad' Old Course 'brought to her knees'
Gary Player believes it's 'sad' that the Old Course at St. Andrews has been impacted by technology in the wake of Ross Fisher's record-setting 61.
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Steele inside OWGR top 50 for first time after win
Brendan Steele reached a new career high in the Official World Golf Rankings after successfully defending his title at the Safeway Open.
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Finau finishes runner-up after 'bonus' deflection
Thanks in part to a friendly kick off a playing partner's ball, Tony Finau notched a runner-up finish at the season-opening Safeway Open.
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Mickelson (T-3) nets best finish in 15 months
Phil Mickelson didn't get a win at the Safeway Open, but his T-3 finish is still his best tournament result since a runner-up last year at The Open.
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Watch: Phil jokes with fans after hitting fairway
Phil Mickelson struggled to find the fairway on Sunday, but when he smoked a drive on the par-5 16th, he couldn't help but poke fun at himself.
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After Further Review: Don't count Phil out
It seemed logical to assume that the recent Presidents Cup was Phil Mickelson's swan song as a U.S. team player. But that thinking may change.
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Steele goes back-to-back at Safeway; Phil T-3
Brendan Steele went back-to-back at the Safeway Open, while Phil Mickelson recorded his best finish since the 2016 Open.
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Rohanna leads Symetra Tour Championship by 2
Rachel Rohanna remains the leader through two rounds of the 54-hole Symetra Tour Championship in Daytona Beach, Fla.
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Kerr remembers cancer victims after LET win
Cristie Kerr was emotional claiming her first Ladies European Tour title Sunday in a wire-to-wire victory in which she said “an angel” sat on her shoulder.
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McIlroy closes out first winless year since 2008
Rory McIlroy closed out a winless 2017 season with an even-par 72 at St. Andrews during the final round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
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Fisher (61) breaks Old Course scoring record
Ross Fisher shot an 11-under 61 during the final round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship to set a new course record on the Old Course at St. Andrews.
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Southgate takes 'full responsibility' for penalty
England's Matthew Southgate took 'full responsibility' after a four-shot penalty when a leaf hit his ball ultimately cost him a PGA Tour card.
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You Oughta Know: Duncan seeks rookie milestone
Safeway Open 54-hole leader Tyler Duncan is seeking to become the second consecutive rookie to win on the PGA Tour.
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Four back at Safeway, Mickelson craves a win
Winless since 2013 but buoyed by his Presidents Cup performance, Phil Mickelson is just four shots off the Safeway Open lead.
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