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Brentley Romine

Hovland hasn’t just been searching for answers to his golf swing of late.
The PGA Tour unveiled its fall schedule on Monday with few changes from last year.
The opening round of The Open is expected to feature plenty of rain and up to 30 mph gusts.
The champion Sunday at Royal Troon will take home $3.1 million of a $17 million purse.
Will Scottie Scheffler be No. 1 for a fourth straight major? Here is how every player stacks up entering Troon.
MacIntyre didn’t expect to have all the alcohol out of his system by the time he teed it up Thursday at Troon.
Colin Montgomerie did not hold back when asked about whether Woods should call it a career.
Timmy Crawford aced the par-4 third hole Saturday at TPC Colorado, the KFT’s first par-4 ace since 2012.
Hughes was docked two shots and now finds himself eight back of Scottish Open leader Ludvig Åberg.
The world No. 1 was bitten following a missed cut at the KPMG Women’s PGA.
McIlroy’s caddie, Harry Diamond, has faced criticism since McIlroy’s U.S. Open collapse.
From fewer captain’s picks likely to who delivered the news that Bradley was going to be the next U.S. captain.
Schauffele was asked Tuesday about the Ryder Cup and the new U.S. captain, Keegan Bradley.
Luiten, who won a court case last week that would require Netherlands to enter him into the Olympics, likely won’t be heading to Paris after all.
Turk Pettit Monday-qualified for the Korn Ferry Tour’s The Ascendant in Colorado.
Bradley was tabbed as the 2025 U.S. Ryder Cup captain, a wild-card pick by the PGA that could prove to be genius.
After back-to-back top-10s, DraftKings has tabbed the Florida State rising junior as the favorite to win the ISCO Championship.
Pan’s AJGA event overlaps with the year’s final major at Royal Troon, which Pan qualified for Sunday at the John Deere Classic.
Clanton tied for second at the John Deere Classic, his second straight top-10 finish on the PGA Tour.
The Scot won the BMW International Open on Sunday, a victory that was just enough to earn him an Open exemption via the Race to Dubai.
Clanton is trying to become the first amateur since 1958 to notch back-to-back top-10s on PGA Tour.
The Americans took the Sunday singles session, 14 ½-9 ½, to close out a 32 ½-27 ½ at Lahinch Golf Club in Ireland.
Thompson has yet to win anywhere on the PGA Tour, but he could pull off a three-peat of sorts Sunday at TPC Deere Run.
The two sides are tied, 18-18, through three sessions in Ireland.