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Arizona captures NCAA DI Women's Championship
Haley Moore birdied the first extra hole to defeat Alabama's Lakareber Abe in the decisive match as Arizona won the NCAA Women's Division I Golf Championship, 3-2.
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Elway to play in U.S. Senior Open qualifier
Denver Broncos general manager and Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway will try to qualify for the U.S. Senior Open next week.
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Wise: 'No hard feelings' over Nelson missed kiss
AT&T Byron Nelson champ Aaron Wise laughed off any brewing controversy about the kiss that missed with his girlfriend on the final green Sunday.
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Giving back: Chun creates education fund at site of Open win
In Gee Chun won the U.S. Women’s Open three years ago in Lancaster, Pa.,, and she’s making sure the Pennsylvania city continues to share in what that brought her.
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Spieth admits '16 Masters 'kind of haunted me'
Jordan Spieth admitted that blowing the 2016 Masters, turning a five-shot lead with nine holes to play into a runner-up finish, 'kind of haunted me.'
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Spieth offers Owen advice ahead of Web.com debut
As his former pro-am partner gets set to make his Web.com Tour debut, Jordan Spieth had a few pieces of advice for country music sensation Jake Owen.
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Rahm ready to bomb and gouge around Colonial
While many others in the field will play it safe this week at Colonial, 2017 runner-up Jon Rahm plans to lean on his driver and take his chances.
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NCAA DI Women's Champ.: Scoring, TV times
It's Arizona vs. Alabama in the finals of the NCAA Women's DI Championship. Check out all of the match-play scoring and TV times.
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Pairings, tee times set for championship match
It's Alabama vs. Arizona in the NCAA Women's championship match Wednesday at Karsten Creek. Here are the pairings and tee times for all five matches.
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Women's NCAA finals: Arizona vs. Alabama
It’s the SEC vs. the Pac 12 for the NCAA Women's DI Championship title; Alabama vs. Arizona, to be more specific.
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Fort Worth Invitational: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The PGA Tour makes the short drive from Dallas to Fort Worth and Colonial Country Club. Here are the key stats and information for this week.
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Maguire's storied Duke career comes to an end
Duke senior Leona Maguire's storied career came to an end Tuesday at the NCAA Women's Championship.
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Arizona's run continues, knocks off top seed to reach semis
Arizona feels 'lucky' to be in the match-play portion of the NCAA Women's DI Championship. Their luck continued in the quarterfinals.
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Spieth grouped with Kisner, Stricker at Colonial
Each of the last two winners at Colonial will play the first two rounds together, as Jordan Spieth drew a tee time with Kevin Kisner and Steve Stricker in Fort Worth.
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Davis: USGA learned from setup errors at Shinnecock
With the U.S. Open set to return to Shinnecock Hills for the first time in 14 years, USGA executive director Mike Davis insists that his organization has learned from the setup mistakes of 2004.
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UCLA junior Vu named WGCA Player of the Year
UCLA junior Lilia Vu was named Player of the Year on Tuesday by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA).
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Stroud's caddie wins annual PGA Tour caddie tournament
Casey Clendenon, who caddies for Chris Stroud, won the gross division of the annual PGA Tour caddie tournament on Monday.
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Bjorn adds four Ryder Cup veterans as vice captains
Lee Westwood, Padraig Harrington, Luke Donald and Graeme McDowell have all been added as vice captains by Thomas Bjorn for the upcoming Ryder Cup.
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U.S. Open local qualifying results
U.S. Open qualifying is underway. Take a look at local qualifying results for the Shinnecock Hills event this summer.
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Arizona grabs last spot with eagle putt, playoff win
Thanks to Bianca Pagdaganan's eagle putt and a playoff victory over Baylor, the Arizona Wildcats grabbed the last spot in the quarterfinals.
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Kupcho wins NCAA title; final eight teams set
One year after facing disappointment, Wake Forest's Jennifer Kupcho won the women's individual title Monday in Stillwater.
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Nelson win moves Wise to 12th in Ryder Cup race
Aaron Wise received plenty of perks for his win Sunday at the AT&T Byron Nelson, but the victory also brought with it a healthy bump in the latest U.S. Ryder Cup standings.
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Mann, LPGA HOFer, former tour president, dies at 77
Carol Mann, an LPGA Hall of Famer who made a lasting impact on the women’s game beyond her 38 LPGA titles, died in her home in Woodlands, Texas, on Monday.
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AT&T Byron Nelson purse payout: Wise a millionaire
PGA Tour rookie Aaron Wise earned his first Tour title on Sunday at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Here's a look at how the purse was paid out at Trinity Forest.
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Howell, Uihlein qualify for U.S. Open via OWGR
Charles Howell III and Peter Uihlein both used strong play in Dallas to stay in the OWGR top 60, earning spots in the U.S. Open as a result.
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After Further Review: Nelson lost in the shuffle?
Our writers weigh in on the Byron Nelson's future, Jordan Spieth's putting and the risks and rewards of golf and gambling.
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Grace celebrates birthday with final-round 62
Branden Grace celebrated his 30th birthday in style, making the biggest charge of the final round at the AT&T Byron Nelson.
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Scott barely misses qualifying for U.S. Open
Even a closing 65 at the AT&T Byron Nelson wasn’t enough to earn Adam Scott an exemption into next month’s U.S. Open.
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Wise wins first Tour title at AT&T Byron Nelson
Thanks to a final-round 65, 21-year-old Aaron Wise broke through for his first PGA Tour victory Sunday, taking the AT&T Byron Nelson.
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Spieth looking forward to Colonial after T-21
Jordan Spieth finally got a few putts to drop at the AT&T Byron Nelson, but after a frustrating week he’s looking forward to heading across town.
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Razorbacks, Fassi scrambling to recover in NCAAs
Maria Fassi and second-ranked Arkansas are struggling to get back into contention at the NCAA Championship.
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Crenshaw pleased with reaction to Trinity Forest
Despite a soggy conclusion, co-designer Ben Crenshaw is pleased with how his handiwork stood up against the field at the AT&T Byron Nelson.
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Cops called in bizarre ending to Florida Mid-Am
The Florida Mid-Amateur had a bizarre conclusion when a finalist claimed he was sucker-punched by his opponent's caddie.
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Delayed start for Nelson might mean Monday finish
Inclement weather pushed back final-round tee times at the AT&T Byron Nelson by more than four hours, increasing the likelihood of a Monday finish.
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Watch: Tiger 'drops mic' in long drive contest
Tiger Woods challenged a long-drive competitor at his Tiger Jam golf tournament and proceeded to drop the mic.
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5 thoughts from NCAA Women's Championship Day 2
Here are some thoughts on the first two days of stroke play in the NCAA Women's DI Championship at Karsten Creek.
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Wise (21) makes Leishman (34) feel a little old
With the final round of the AT&T Byron Nelson likely to take on a match-play feel, Marc Leishman likes his chances to close out another win – even if his opponent makes him feel a little old.
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Outside U.S. Open bubble, putting fails Scott
Adam Scott stumbled out of contention at the AT&T Byron Nelson, but instead of laying some blame at the feet of the conditions, Scott put it squarely on a familiar culprit.
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Wise, Leishman share AT&T Byron Nelson lead
Aaron Wise and Marc Leishman share the 54-hole lead at the AT&T Byron Nelson, where conditions suddenly weren't so easy on Saturday
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Weather reduces LPGA's Kingsmill to 54 holes
Uncooperative weather has reduced the Kingsmill Championship to 54 holes, as the LPGA has decided to shorten a second consecutive event.
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USC takes early lead over Bama, UCLA at NCAAs
The NCAA Women’s Championship got underway Friday with the first round of stroke-play qualifying at Karsten Creek.
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After pushing Day in Charlotte, Wise in Nelson mix
Contending for the second time in as many starts, Aaron Wise hopes to put some recently-learned lessons to good use at the AT&T Byron Nelson.
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Streak snapped, Kuchar admits course got to him
Matt Kuchar saw his Tour-best consecutive cuts-made streak end at 30, and admitted he let his negative feelings for Trinity Forest affect his play.
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Leishman (66) rides red-hot putter to keep lead
Marc Leishman isn’t exactly known for his prowess on the greens, but it’s been a red-hot putter that has keyed him to a lead at the Byron Nelson.
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Arnaud starts 9 under thru 7, but can't shoot 59
Michael Arnaud played his first seven holes in 9 under par on Friday at the BMW Charity Pro-Am. But he wasn’t able to shoot a sub-60 number.
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Despite 66, Spieth frustrated by short misses
Jordan Spieth made progress with a 66 on Friday, but he was frustrated by two short missed putts, including one from 15 inches.
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Arnaud 9 under through 7 on Web.com Tour
Michael Arnaud made five birdies and two eagles over his first seven holes on Friday at the BMW Charity Pro-Am.
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Watch: Spieth misses 15-inch par putt
On Friday at the AT&T Byron Nelson, Jordan Spieth missed a 15-inch par putt at the 15th hole, his sixth of the day.
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High school DQs: Official lied, players, coaches charge
The plot thickened Thursday in the story about 12 high school golfers being disqualified from the Oregon state tournament because they played the wrong tee on one hole.
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Report: Curry in talks to host PGA Tour event
While Stephen Curry is currently leading the Golden State Warriors against the Houston Rockets in the NBA's Western Conference Finals, he may have a new role in the offseason - hosting a PGA Tour event.
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Las Colinas fan Leishman likes Trinity Forest, too
Apparently Marc Leishman never got the memo that the AT&T Byron Nelson left TPC Las Colinas.
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Walker (64) feeling better, and game shows it
With his game and health both trending in a similarly positive direction, Jimmy Walker has plenty of reason to smile.
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Leishman leads Byron Nelson after 61
Australian Marc Leishman blistered the AT&T Byron Nelson's new home course, Trinity Forest, for a 10-under 61 Thursday.
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Kuchar on Trinity Forest: 'I really liked Las Colinas'
With plenty of players going low around them, a trio of notable players stumbled out of the gates. Chief among them was Matt Kuchar.
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New dad Grace opens with a 66
Branden Grace, whose wife gave birth to the couple's first child in April, shot a 5-under 66 in only his fifth round since the Masters.
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Scouting trip pays off for Saunders (65) at Nelson
Deprived of a chance for last-minute prep before last year’s Nelson, Sam Saunders opted to get a head start on this year’s edition of the event.
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Watch: Beat the Pro goes badly for two amateurs
You've seen the Beat the Pro contests, usually when a kid hits a hero shot in front of a tour player. Well, not everyone shines when the spotlight is on them.
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LPGA announces details for this year's China event
The Buick LPGA Shanghai will be contested Oct. 18-21 this year, the LPGA announced on Thursday.
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NCAA accommodates BYU with no Sunday round
The BYU men’s golf team on Wednesday advanced to the NCAA Championship for the first time in the match-play era. That led to officials making a unique tweak to the format.
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Glover to 911: 'My wife has gone crazy'
Four days after Lucas Glover's wife, Krista, was charged with domestic battery, officials revealed a restraining order against her and the recording of the 911 call she made.
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Men's regionals: Who's in, out for NCAAs?
The NCAA Division I men’s regionals wrapped up Wednesday at six sites around the country. Here are the final results.
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Vogel Monday qualifies for a fifth time this season
T.J. Vogel’s goal is simply to earn enough non-member FedExCup points on the PGA Tour to qualify for Web.com Tour Finals this fall.
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Horschel happy win provided wife a platform
Billy Horschel readily admits that the highlight of his AT&T Byron Nelson victory last year had nothing to do with him edging Jason Day in a playoff.
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Good week and Scott can claim U.S. Open spot
Adam Scott is making a rare start this week at the AT&T Byron Nelson as he continues his quest to keep his majors streak alive.
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Williams takes Baddeley's bag - temporarily
Longtime looper Steve Williams is back to work this week as a caddie for Australian Aaron Baddeley. But Williams will soon head back into semi-retirement.
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Five-time champ Woods officially commits to Memorial
Five-time tournament champ Tiger Woods has officially committed to the Memorial Tournament and will return to Muirfield Village for the first time since 2015.
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A dozen HS golfers DQ'd after scorecard error
Twelve high school golfers were disqualified from the Oregon state tournament for playing from an incorrect tee box.
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Nicklaus, fellow major champs mourn loss of Ford
Upon hearing the news that Doug Ford died, some fellow major champions took to social media on Tuesday to offer thoughts and condolences.
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Horschel, Garcia grouped at Byron Nelson
Trinity Forest Golf Club makes its debut as host of the AT&T Byron Nelson, and the event's last two champions will play together.
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Spieth's Nelson plan: Lay off the sauce and steaks
Dallas native Jordan Spieth has some friendly advice for the other players teeing it up alongside him this week in the Texas heat.
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Spieth still looking for first win of the season
Jordan Spieth is the only one of the top 15 players in the world without a victory since last July, when he captured the claret jug.
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Men's regionals: Who's in, out for NCAAs?
The NCAA Division I men’s regionals continued Tuesday at six sites around the country. Here are the second-round results.
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Glover's wife arrested for domestic violence
Krista Glover, the wife of PGA Tour player Lucas Glover, was arrested on Saturday in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., and charged with domestic violence.
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USGA, R&A seeking public input on distance gains
The R&A and USGA announced Tuesday that they have jointly launched a distance project intended to gather perspective and information from all areas of the game.
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NGF's Golf Industry Report shows sport's evolution
The National Golf Foundation released its annual Golf Industry Report and this year extended its focus outside the traditional on-course arena.
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Teams use NCAA sub rule during regionals
It took two years, but college coaches have finally used the substitution rule. At least five teams have made a substitution before the second round of regional play.
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Stock Watch: There's a new sheriff in town
Justin Thomas didn't win The Players, but he did enough - this past week and this past year - to rise to the top spot in the world rankings.
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Men's regionals: Who's in, out for NCAAs?
The NCAA Division I men’s regionals got underway Monday at six sites around the country.
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AT&T Byron Nelson: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The PGA Tour heads back to the Lone Star State for the AT&T Byron Nelson. Here are the key stats and information for this week.
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Dufner tweets about 3-putt that cost $770,000
With Webb Simpson in control of The Players on Sunday, the battle was on for second place. Unfortunately for Jason Dufner, he was one of several players who missed out on a lot of dough.
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Thomas officially becomes No. 1; Woods now 80th
Justin Thomas is officially the top-ranked player in the world, while another high finish helped Tiger Woods continue his climb through the rankings.
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PGA Tour prepares for betting after SCOTUS ruling
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a federal law that banned sports betting in most states, and the PGA Tour has been preparing for the ruling.
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Simpson moves onto U.S. Ryder Cup bubble
After taking home nearly $2 million for winning The Players Championship, Webb Simpson is on the cusp of a return to the Ryder Cup.
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The Players purse payout: Nearly $2M for Simpson
Webb Simpson won The Players Championship and was well compensated for his triumph. Here's a look at how the purse was paid out.
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After Further Review: Enough of 5th major debate
Our writers weigh in on the fifth major debate, The Players move to March and the battle for No. 1.
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Simpson on why he broke U.S. Open putter
Webb Simpson won his first title since the anchor ban went into place. So where is his U.S. Open putter? In two pieces.
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Schauffele overcomes bad attitude, ties for second
Xander Schauffele was an unlikely rookie at The Players Championship, but that doesn’t make his debut performance any less impressive.
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Day: Shoulder sting nothing to worry about
Jason Day grabbed his left shoulder after his second shot on No. 16, but the Australian said he has experienced the sting before.
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Woods blames the wind at 17: 'I hit a good shot'
Tiger Woods put the blame on swirling winds for his tee shot that found the water at the island-green 17th hole.
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Woods wants one more shot at Firestone
As Tiger Woods’ summer schedule comes into focus, there remains one tournament he still hopes to add to his rotation.
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Thomas takes over world No. 1 ranking
For the first time in more than a year, there will be a change atop the Official World Golf Ranking as Justin Thomas is the new No. 1.
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TT postscript: Starts hot, fades late for 69
Tiger Woods made a run at the lead on Sunday at The Players, but a poor bogey at 14 and a water ball at 17 eventually dropped him out of the top 10.
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Simpson cruises to four-shot win at Players
Webb Simpson was so dominant at TPC Sawgrass that a double on 18 didn't matter. He still won by four for his fifth Tour title.
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Watch: Woods' six Sunday birdies at Sawgrass
Tiger Woods picked where he left off at Sawgrass, pouring in birdies on Sunday in the final round of The Players Championship.
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What soreness? Koepka makes albatross, shoots 63
In his third start since returning from injury, Brooks Koepka became the eighth player to shoot 9-under 63 at TPC Sawgrass.
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Watch: Koepka goes albatross-birdie on 16 and 17
A good final round turned into an unforgettable one for Brooks Koepka on Sunday at TPC Sawgrass when he went albatross-birdie on 16 and 17.
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Tiger Tracker: The Players Championship
Tiger Woods played alongside Jordan Spieth on Sunday and shot 3-under 69 in the final round of The Players. We tracked him.
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How to watch The Players Championship on TV and online
It's Players Championship week. Here is your guide to getting complete coverage from TPC Sawgrass on TV and online.
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Woods-Spieth highlight final round pairings
Webb Simpson may be well on his way to an easy victory, but there will be plenty of eyeballs on a marquee pairing at 2:05 p.m. ET.
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Here's what DJ needs to do Sunday to stay No. 1
Dustin Johnson has been the No. 1 player in the world for 15 months, and he doesn’t plan to hand off the top spot without a fight.
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