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Mercer Baggs

Saso, 22, became the youngest player in history to win two U.S. Women’s Open championships.
Schauffele birdied the par-5 18th at Valhalla to win his first major championship.
There is a lot on the line this week for Nelly Korda. Her plan: just be Nelly Korda.
Take a look at Jack Nicklaus life and career with this collection of stories from Mercer Baggs, that range from his beginning in the game to his family life.
Lee found an unexpected source of inspiration after a pro-am round a few months ago.
Erik van Rooyen won his second PGA Tour event but his thoughts were with his best friend.
Lexi Thompson shot 69 on Friday to make a run at the cut in the PGA Tour’s Las Vegas event.
Allisen Corpuz was threatened with a one-shot penalty for slow play on Sunday, but she kept her calm in winning the USWO.
Allisen Corpuz proved a worthy champion at Pebble Beach, where the women’s game is hoping to be a big winner as well.
On a beautiful but difficult Saturday at Pebble Beach, Nasa Hataoka was brilliant in taking a one-shot lead at the U.S. Women’s Open.
Rose Zhang identified a problem in her putting late on Saturday and is hoping an easy fix will lead to contending on Sunday.
Annika Sorenstam and Michelle Wie West didn’t have the rounds they wanted at Pebble Beach, but their goodbyes were made special.
Bailey Tardy hasn’t fared well in her rookie season on the LPGA, but she’s out front on Day 2 of the U.S. Women’s Open.
Rose Zhang was at 2 under par and two off the lead when she approached the par-4 eighth, but that’s where her round went in reverse.
Aine Donegan’s week has been topsy-turvy. After shooting 68 on Thursday at the USWO, she could only describe it as “surreal”.
The USGA announced on Wednesday that this year’s U.S. Women’s Open would have a purse of $11 million.
For the first time, the women will get a major opportunity at Pebble Beach. It’s a chance to both be part of and make history.
Thursday morning, Emilia Migliaccio will be an on-course reporter following a featured group. In the afternoon, she’ll be competing in the USWO.
Michelle Wie West has been pointing to the Pebble Beach Open as the final event of her career. The week is finally upon her.
Rose Zhang has a knack for making the remarkable look routine. She’ll get another shot to do so at Pebble Beach, where she owns the women’s course record.
After missing the cut two weeks ago at the KPMG Women’s PGA, Nelly Korda is excited for the opportunity this week at Pebble Beach.
Wyndham Clark survived a tricky layout and outplayed some of the game’s most well-known players to win the 123rd U.S. Open.
After a historic collegiate career, Rose Zhang is set to make her professional debut this week at Liberty National.
Brooks Koepka claimed his fifth major title and his third Wanamaker Trophy by winning the PGA Championship on Sunday.