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Nick Menta

Kevin Kisner on Saturday inserted himself into the COVID-19 conversation with a callous remark sent in response to a tweet about the death and illness of others.
Tiger Woods won’t defend his Zozo Championship title in Japan. But he might well do it at an old haunt.
It’s the second year of adjusted scoring at the East Lake, meaning Dustin Johnson, the FedExCup No. 1, will start the week with a two-shot advantage.
With bogey-free round of 6-under 64 and a 66-foot birdie putt on the first extra, Jon Rahm won the BMW Championship by in a playoff over Dustin Johnson.
PGA Tour 2K21 is the marriage of two features that had been previously kept separate. It’s the deepest golf video game you’ve ever encountered.
Justin Thomas on Sunday stormed to a three-shot win at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational and once again rose to world No. 1.
The eight new arrivals include Innisbrook, East Lake, Quail Hollow, Riviera, TPC Louisiana, TPC River Highlands, TPC San Antonio, and TPC Twin Cities.
Christina Kim is on her way to Toledo, Ohio, for the first event of the LPGA’s restart, and as she put it, she isn’t taking any chances.
The European Tour’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship will not take place in 2020. The pro-am, which annually wraps up at St. Andrews, will return in 2021.
Scotland’s David Law fired a round of 7-under 64 at Close House to take the Day 1 lead at the British Masters, the first event of the European Tour’s restart.
With the round of the day, a 4-under 68, and four consecutive birdies on his back nine, Jon Rahm stormed into the lead at the Memorial Tournament.
Safeway Open officials confirmed Wednesday that conducting the Sept. 10-13 event with fans is “not a possibility in the current health climate.”
On the strength of a closing 66 and a par on the third extra hole, Collin Morikawa defeated Justin Thomas in a playoff to win the Workday Charity Open.
Collin Morikawa nearly pulled off a statistically improbable feat Sunday at Muirfield Village. He almost went ace-albatross.
Fresh off his bludgeoning of Detroit Golf Club, Bryson DeChambeau is the betting favorite for each of the three legs of the Pandemic Slam.
With a final-round 65, Bryson DeChambeau quickly overcame early deficit and then ran away to win the Rocket Mortgage Classic by three over Matthew Wolff.
Matthew Wolff will take a three-shot advantage over Ryan Armour and Bryson DeChambeau into the final round of the Rocket Mortgage Classic.
Jim Mackay will loop for Matthew Fitzpatrick at the Workday Charity Open and then again the following week at the Memorial Tournament.
The PGA Tour announced Sunday night that Dylan Frittelli came up positive in the Tour’s pre-charter flight screening.
Mac Hughes poured in a pair of birdie bombs late Sunday to vault himself into a backdoor tie for third at the Travelers Championship.
With a final-round 67, Dustin Johnson made it more interesting than he needed to but nonetheless added the Travelers to his list of 21 PGA Tour titles.
Maybe this is why Bryson DeChambeau has gotten as big as a house. He’s trying to be the house. Because the house always wins.
Despite a disappointing third-round 71, Phil Mickelson made news Saturday, apparently filing to trademark the phrase “Hit Bombs.”
Brendon Todd leads the Travelers Championship by two over Dustin Johnson after a third round that saw both men sign for career-low rounds of 61.