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Langer named Payne Stewart Award recipient
Bernhard Langer has been named the 2018 recipient of the Payne Stewart Award based on his "supreme level of character and sportsmanship."
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After Further Review: Women's No. 1 ranking a precarious perch
There have been seven changes at No. 1 in the last 14 months in the Rolex Women’s World Rankings, the latest being Sung Hyun Park replacing Ariya Jutanugarn.
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S.H. Park tops Salas for Indy title, takes over No.1
With her 10-foot birdie defeating Lizette Salas on the first sudden death playoff hole at Brickyard Crossing, Sung Hyun Park knocked Ariya Jutanugarn from the top of the world rankings.
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Playoff qualifiers: 2018 FedExCup Top 125
Top 125 in the 2017-18 FedExCup point standings, through the final regular-season event, the Wyndham Championship.
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Garcia among notables to miss FedExCup Playoffs
After struggling in the final round of the Wyndham Championship, Sergio Garcia will miss the FedExCup playoffs for the first time ever.
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Snedeker goes wire-to-wire for first win since 2016
After shooting a 59 in the opening round, Brandt Snedeker birdied the final hole for a three-shot win at the Wyndham Championship.
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Taylor crashes playoffs with closing 63 at Wyndham
Nick Taylor and Harris English both moved inside the top 125 in the season-long points and retained their cards thanks to strong finishes.
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Olesen edges past Poulter in Ryder Cup standings
With a fourth-place showing at the Nordea Masters, Thorbjorn Olesen moved into position to qualify for his first Ryder Cup.
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Lexi charges with 64 despite another penalty
Lexi Thompson made a furious charge at the leaders Saturday at Brickyard Crossing, despite another rules incident.
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Report: Fan hit by broken club at Web.com event
A fan was hit by a broken club and required stiches Friday at the Web.com Tour's WinCo Foods Portland Open.
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Furyk remains coy about Ryder Cup picks
U.S. Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk sounds eager to fill out his roster, but still in no hurry to commit to naming Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson as picks.
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Koepka: 'Surreal' Woods waited to say congrats at PGA
Brooks Koepka was moved by the respect shown when Tiger Woods waited for a half hour at scoring last Sunday to congratulate Koepka for his PGA Championship victory at Bellerive.
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McIlroy skipping first FedExCup playoff event
Rory McIlroy left the PGA Championship last week saying he might need to skip the opener to regroup, and that’s just what he is doing.
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Watch: Wagner saves season with walk-off eagle dunk
Johnson Wagner kept his FedExCup Playoff hopes alive on Friday at the Wyndham Championship ... and he did it in dramatic fashion.
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Garcia among bubble boys keeping playoff hopes alive
Sergio Garcia gave himself a chance to keep his perfect FedExCup Playoffs record going with his rally Friday at the Wyndham Championship.
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Points two back after missing 16 of 17 cuts
D.A. Points has missed 16 of 17 cuts this season while playing with a herniated disc that causes numbness in his fingers.
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New 'Mr. 59' Snedeker needs Day 2 rally to keep Wyndham lead
Brandt Snedeker struggled coming off the emotional high that comes with shooting 59, but it didn’t stop him from rallying Friday at the Wyndham Championship.
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Kaymer: Don't deserve Ryder Cup spot even with win
Martin Kaymer said Friday he didn’t believe that even a victory would make him worthy of playing the Ryder Cup in Paris next month.
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S.H. Park eyes Indy title, LPGA awards after 'best round of year'
Sung Hyun Park’s hot finish Friday gave her a chance to keep Ariya Jutanugarn from running away with the LPGA’s most important awards.
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Podcast: Welcome our guest - Tiger Tracker
GCTiger Tracker, aka “TT,” makes his highly anticipated first appearance on the Golf Channel Podcast, pontificating on all things Tiger Woods.
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Olesen hopes to cause Ryder Cup chain reaction
With his move up the leaderboard Friday at the Nordea Masters, Thorbjorn Olesen continued his charge to make the European Ryder Cup team on points.
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Getting cheeky: 'Beef' drops trou, saves par
Andrew "Beef" Johnston provided the Nordea Masters crowd a little beefcake on Friday when he dropped trou during the second round.
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Peterson confirms plans to play Web.com Finals
After flirting with retirement for much of the summer, John Peterson confirmed that he will give it one more shot in the upcoming Web.com Tour Finals.
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Lyle honored with sand sculpture at Wyndham
The Wyndham Championship found its own way to keep his legacy alive at the North Carolina Tour stop, with a sand sculpture.
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Yin (64) steps into spotlight on Day 1 in Indy
With some of its biggest stars dealing with injuries, swoons or away on maternity leave, the American game could use a boost. Here comes Angel Yin.
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After opening up, Lexi shoots 'comfortable' 68
Lexi Thompson looked at ease, smiling and laughing in a solid start in her return to the tour Thursday at the Indy Women in Tech Championship.
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Snedeker joins 59 club at Wyndham
Brandt Snedeker opened the Wyndham with a round of 59, becoming the ninth player in PGA Tour history to card a sub-60 score.
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Woods' caddie paid heckler $25 to go away
On a recent radio appearance, Tiger Woods' caddie Joe LaCava shared a story about paying off a heckler in an effort to get him to leave Woods alone.
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Highlights: Snedeker's closing blitz to 59
Brandt Snedeker's first round at the Wyndham Championship began with a bogey and ended with a birdie for an 11-under 59.
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The irreverent Eddie Pepperell joins the Pro-Am Pod
After grabbing headlines for playing the final round of The Open with a hangover, Eddie Pepperell stops by the Pro-Am Pod.
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Bhatia loses U.S. Am match after caddie-cart incident
One of the hottest players in amateur golf had his U.S. Amateur run end Wednesday under unusual circumstances.
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1, 2, 3 out: Thornberry, Suh, Morikawa lose at U.S. Am
The top three players in the world had a tough afternoon Wednesday at Pebble Beach.
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Fowler (oblique) withdraws from playoff opener
Rickie Fowler has been diagnosed with a partial tear to his right oblique and has decided to skip next week's playoff opener in New Jersey.
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Playoff streaks in jeopardy for Garcia, Haas
Sergio Garcia and Bill Haas both have some work to do at the Wyndham Championship in order to keep their PGA Tour playoff streaks alive.
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Podcast: Brandel compares Tiger and Hogan's comebacks
Brandel Chamblee is back on the pod to compare and contrast Tiger Woods' return to competitive golf with that of Ben Hogan and Babe Didrikson Zaharias in the 1950s.
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Bergeron prevails in 24-for-1 playoff at U.S. Am
It wasn’t just that Jacob Bergeron prevailed in an unprecedented 24-for-1 playoff Wednesday at the U.S. Amateur.
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Hammer in position (again) to co-medal at U.S. Am
Cole Hammer is in position to go for a rare sweep in this summer’s biggest events.
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Tee times, TV schedule, stats for Wyndham Championship
It's the last tournament of the PGA Tour's regular season as the top 125 in the FedExCup points list advance to next week's playoff event.
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Faldo: Woods told fellow Masters champ 'I'm done' in '17
According to Sir Nick Faldo, Tiger Woods told another Masters winner 'I'm done' when assessing his playing prospects during the spring of 2017.
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McDowell needs Wyndham result to maintain status
Former U.S. Open champ Graeme McDowell heads into this week's Wyndham Championship needing a big result to maintain fully exempt status on the PGA Tour.
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Vogel Monday qualifies for eighth time this season
T.J. Vogel Monday qualified into the regular season-ending Wyndham Championship, the eighth time he has earned a Monday spot into a Tour event this season.
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Woods adds BMW Championship to playoff schedule
Tiger Woods has added the BMW Championship to his schedule, confirming plans to tee it up in each of the first three playoff events.
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Watch: Furyk throws out first pitch at Yankees-Mets
As part of a a New York media tour to promote the Ryder Cup, U.S. captain Jim Furyk threw out the first pitch at Yankee Stadium.
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Lowry calls out official over drop ruling at PGA
Shane Lowry matched his best worldwide finish of the year at the PGA Championship, but the Irishman didn't mince words over a frustrating ruling that played out in the final round.
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Furyk will replace Woods as assistant if added as pick
U.S. Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk plans to replace Tiger Woods as a vice captain for next month's matches in the event he adds Woods as a player.
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Furyk: Form, pairings will both drive RC picks
With the automatic qualifying window for the U.S. Ryder Cup team officially closed, the attention now turns to captain Jim Furyk as he looks to round out the roster with four picks.
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Woods moves up to No. 26; Koepka No. 2
Tiger Woods couldn't catch Brooks Koepka at the PGA Championship, but he continued his run back up the Official World Golf Ranking.
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Spieth opens as betting favorite for 2019 Masters
As soon as the PGA Championship ended, betting odds for the 2019 Masters went up with Jordan Spieth listed as an early favorite.
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PGA Championship purse payout: Koepka earns nearly $2M
Brooks Koepka won his second major of the season at the PGA Championship and was well compensated for his efforts.
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Thomas tries to hang on to Wanamaker, but falls short
Justin Thomas put up a valiant defense of the Wanamaker on Sunday, but ultimately ceded the trophy to its new holder, Brooks Koepka.
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