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Watch: Paul C-ace-y makes hole-in-one at CJ Cup
Par-par-par-par-par-par. It was a boring second round over the first six holes for Paul Casey at the CJ Cup. And then he aced the par-3 seventh.
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Wie has hand surgery, out for rest of 2018
Michelle Wie will miss the rest of this season after undergoing surgery Thursday to fix injuries that have plagued her right hand in the second half of this year.
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Woods receives his Tour Championship trophy
We all know the feeling of giddily anticipating something in the mail. But it's doubtful that any of us ever received anything as cool Tiger Woods just did.
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Caddies drop lawsuit; Tour increases healthcare stipend
After nearly four years of litigation, a group of PGA Tour caddies have dropped their lawsuit against the circuit, but it wasn't a total loss.
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PGA Tour Latinoamérica moving season finale to Doral
PGA Tour Latinoamérica announced Wednesday that it will play its season finale at Trump National Doral from Nov. 29-Dec. 2.
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Im wins Web.com Player and Rookie of the Year awards
Sungjae Im on Thursday was named the Web.com Tour's 2018 Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year.
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Former DJ advisor found guilty in embezzlement case
A federal jury has found Nathan Hardwick, a former advisor to Dustin Johnson, guilty of embezzling $26 million in funds from a real estate closing firm.
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Koepka takes edge over Thomas in race for world No. 1
Brooks Koepka got the inside track against Justin Thomas in their head-to-head battle this week for world No. 1. Koepka shot 1-under 71 at the CJ Cup, while Thomas shot 73.
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Watch: Thomas' approach takes wild ride on CJ Cup green
Justin Thomas' ball beautifully navigated the contours of the ninth green on Thursday and put him in prime position for a closing eagle.
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Woods admits fatigue played factor in Ryder Cup
There was plenty of speculation about Tiger Woods’ health after the Ryder Cup, and he admitted Tuesday that fatigue played a factor in his poor performance.
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Podcast: Fujikawa aims to offer 'hope' by coming out
Tadd Fujikawa joined the Golf Channel podcast to discuss reaction to his recent decision to come out as gay and how he hopes to inspire others.
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Miller's biggest on-air regret: Leonard at Ryder Cup
Johnny Miller's unfiltered style is what kept him on the air for nearly 30 years, but he admits he crossed the line at the 1999 Ryder Cup.
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CJ Cup: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The PGA Tour returns to South Korea this week for the second edition of the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges. Here is the key information for the no-cut event.
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Els eyeing potential Prez Cup players at CJ Cup
Ernie Els is teeing it up this week at the CJ Cup in South Korea as a player, but he's also retaining the perspective of a Presidents Cup captain.
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CIMB champ Leishman hopes to improve on CJ runner-up
Fresh off his win at the CIMB Classic, Marc Leishman hopes to improve upon his playoff loss at last year's inaugural CJ Cup.
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Bowditch eyes same fusion surgery as Tiger
After struggling to find his game in recent years, Steven Bowditch is prepared to undergo the same spinal fusion surgery that was performed on Tiger Woods last year.
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Thomas, Koepka grouped as both vie for No. 1 in Korea
Justin Thomas and Brooks Koepka can both become world No. 1 this week in South Korea, and they'll play the first two rounds together.
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Stock Watch: It's still Miller time
He may be ready to hang up the mic, but Johnny Miller's stock is still on the rise. Who else is up and who is down this week?
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Miller to retire from broadcast booth in 2019
After nearly 30 years in the broadcast booth, Johnny Miller is ready to hang up his microphone following the 2019 Phoenix Open.
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Pepperell likely sews up Masters invite via OWGR
Eddie Pepperell received a trophy for his win Sunday at the British Masters, but another prize will be coming in the mail in 2019.
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USGA, R&A unveil new limits on green books
The interpretation limits the size and scale of green books and any electronic or digital materials a player may use to assist with green reading.
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CIMB purse payout: Leishman earns $1.26 million
Marc Leishman never let off the gas pedal and cruised to a five-stroke victory at the CIMB Classic. Here's how the purse was paid out at TPC Kuala Lumpur.
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Congressional cited for improper tree removal
With preparations underway for a significant renovation, Congressional Country Club has been cited by local county officials for improper tree removal.
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Davies headlines field at Senior LPGA at French Lick
Laura Davies will be looking to win her second senior major championship this year when she tees it up in Monday’s start of the Senior LPGA Championship at French Lick Resort in Indiana.
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Disappointed Sharma fades to T-10 at CIMB
For the second time this year, India's Shubanhkar Sharma watched a potential breakthrough win on the PGA Tour turn into a learning experience.
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Expectant father Burgoon (T-2) matches career best
After a T-2 finish at the CIMB Classic, Bronson Burgoon is heading back the U.S. to be with his wife before she gives birth to the couple's first child.
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Leishman booked travel to Maui before CIMB win
Marc Leishman booked his family's travel plans to Hawaii this January even before he won the CIMB Classic to qualify for Kapalua.
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Leishman runs away from the field in Malaysia
It took Marc Leishman a little over an hour to turn a three-man race into a runaway victory at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia.
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Spieth joins Fowler, DeChambeau in Shriners' field
Jordan Spieth will join several of his Ryder Cup teammates in Las Vegas in November for the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
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Woodland hopes to close door on closing failures
Gary Woodland has been very good at grabbing 54-hole leads, but not so great at converting them. Will this week be different?
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Report: Tour closing in on site for Curry-hosted event
The PGA Tour appears to be closing in on a potential host site for a new event held next fall that would be hosted by NBA superstar and avid golfer Steph Curry.
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Hole in what?! Watch Pepperell's unique ace
Eddie Pepperell made an ace Thursday when his ball hit the green, jumped in the air, ricocheted off the flagstick, flew backwards, then hopped in.
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Molinari battled bad back during 5-0 Ryder Cup
Francesco Molinari was in rough shape the Monday after the Ryder Cup – and not because of a post-victory hangover.
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Report: No tickets available for Tiger-Phil PPV match
According to a report, no tickets for the upcoming match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will be available to the public.
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Burgoon (63) eyes breakthrough win at CIMB
Still in search of his first career win, Bronson Burgoon took an early lead at the CIMB Classic after opening with a 9-under 63.
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Fast start, strong finish fuel Thomas to 66
Thanks to a fast start and a strong close, Justin Thomas is three shots off the lead at the CIMB Classic with an opening-round 66.
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'Moliwood' set for reunion at British Masters
Following their successful partnership at the Ryder Cup, Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood will play together this week at the British Masters.
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Goosen, Payne, Stephenson headline '19 HOF class
The World Golf Hall of Fame announced Wednesday its newest inductees for the Class of 2019, including major champs Retief Goosen and Jan Stephenson.
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Got your back, Cap: JT knew Spieth pairing 'in advance'
Justin Thomas backed up the claims of U.S. Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk, who said players knew of their pairings weeks in advance.
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Harrington 'very much the favorite' for 2020 captaincy
The question of who will captain the 2020 European Ryder Cup team already seems to be answered, with Padraig Harrington the lead candidate.
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Thomas grouped with Perez, Moore in Malaysia
The last five winners of the CIMB Classic will be grouped together this week as defending champ Pat Perez plays with Justin Thomas and Ryan Moore in Malaysia.
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Youth Olympic Games set to begin in Argentina
The Youth Olympic Games are set to begin this week, with 64 junior golfers from 33 different countries gathering in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to play for pride and country.
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British Masters host Rose can reclaim world No. 1
Justin Rose has a lot on his plate this week at the British Masters.
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Vegas withdraws from CIMB after passport issue
After a visa issue left him scrambling at The Open in July, Jhonattan Vegas has withdrawn from this week's CIMB Classic in Malaysia because of an expiring passport.
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POY Koepka 'too lazy' to vote in POY race
After he was named PGA Tour Player of the Year, Brooks Koepka admitted that he was "too lazy" to vote for the award himself.
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POY Koepka denies Ryder Cup dust-up with Johnson
Brooks Koepka once again refuted the notion that there was any sort of incident between him and Dustin Johnson at the Ryder Cup.
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LPGA considering host country exemption for Crown
Korean fans were such a force Sunday at the UL International Crown, they may have persuaded LPGA commissioner Mike Whan that a major change is required.
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No. 1, No. 2 and Brooke grouped at HanaBank
The Rolex world No. 1 Sung Hyun Park vs. No. 2 Ariya Jutanugarn showdown was such a big success at the UL International Crown, the LPGA is rewarding Korean fans with a sequel.
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HanaBank can pave way from Korea to U.S. tour
The HanaBank Championship offers more than a trophy this week for South Korea’s up-and-coming stars. It offers a golden ticket. A victory opens the door to the LPGA.
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Koepka named PGA Tour Player of the Year
After capturing two of the year's four major trophies, Brooks Koepka was named PGA Tour Player of the Year as voted by his peers.
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Stock Watch: Crown(ing) achievement for LPGA
While the U.S. Ryder Cup team is taking its post-loss lumps, the LPGA's biennial team competition proved to be a big winner for women's golf.
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Mickelson: Busy schedule a 'bit of a mistake'
After playing his busiest schedule since 2002, Phil Mickelson admitted that his jam-packed 2018 schedule may have been "a bit of a mistake."
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Tway cracks OWGR top 100 after Safeway win
After leaving wine country with his first career PGA Tour title, Kevin Tway ascended to unprecedented heights in the latest Official World Golf Rankings.
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Safeway purse payout: Tway nearly equals last season's earnings
Kevin Tway earned $1.379 million in 31 events last season on the PGA Tour. In one event this season, he's nearly equaled that amount.
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Furyk: Reed, Tiger knew 'weeks in advance' they'd partner
U.S. Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk spoke at length for the first time since his team's defeat and defended his decision to split Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed.
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After Further Review: Could Crown rival Solheim Cup?
This week our writers weigh in on the UL International Crown atmosphere and the home-field advantage of the Ryder Cup.
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Stumbling Snedeker: 'Really gave that one away'
Up by five with 11 holes to go, Brandt Snedeker lost control of his swing down the stretch and ended up losing a playoff to Kevin Tway at the season-opening Safeway Open.
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International Crown records: Chun a perfect 4-0
Korea’s In Gee Chun put up the only perfect record at the UL International Crown, while teammate So Yeon Ryu continued to add to her record-setting run.
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Koreans win, but Jutanugarns steal the show Sunday
The Koreans may have been the story of the day with their International Crown victory, but the Jutanugarn sisters were the players of the day.
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Japan's Takumi Kanaya wins Asia-Pacific Amateur
Japan's Takumi Kanaya fired a final-round 65 Sunday to win the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship and earn invites to the Masters and The Open.
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UL International Crown: Final standings, singles match recaps
Check out the final standings and match recaps from South Korea's home victory at the UL International Crown on Sunday in Incheon.
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Korea wins UL International Crown; U.S. T-2
Much to the delight of a large, partisan home crowd, the Republic of Korea won the UL International Crown on Sunday in Incheon, South Korea.
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Kerr, Thompson rally from 3 down to win
Cristie Kerr and Lexi Thompson defeated Japan’s Misuzu Narita and Mamiko Higa, 4 and 3, on Sunday morning in the final round of fourballs.
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Singles lineup set; Lexi in last match
The UL International Crown will play out Sunday with some potential fireworks in singles matchups, including Lexi Thompson vs. So Yeon Ryu.
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A. Jutanugarn sends Thailand to singles with 60-foot eagle chip
Ariya Jutanugarn chipped in for eagle to help Thailand win the UL International Crown’s wild-card playoff and advance to singles play.
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UL International Crown: Rd. 3 standings, match recaps
The Republic of Korea, United States, England, Sweden and Thailand advanced to singles at the UL International Crown.
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Shotgun start for final round at Alfred Dunhill Links
The final round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship will begin at 8:30 a.m. local time Sunday in Scotland via a shotgun start.
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Rainout backs up play in UL International Crown
No golf will be played Saturday at the UL International Crown. Instead, the suspended third round of fourballs will resume Sunday at 7:05 a.m. local time (6:05 p.m. ET on Saturday).
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Phil rides hot putter to the top of the leaderboard in Napa
A miserable week in Paris and a long trip to Napa had Phil Mickelson less than bullish about his week. But look who's 10 under par.
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Leonard on Reed: 'Don't see how you pick him' for RC
Following his divisive comments, Ryder Cup veteran Justin Leonard believes Patrick Reed might not be able to rely on a captain's pick in the future.
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UL Crown Rd. 3 halted, but not certain when to resume
The third round of the UL International Crown was suspended because of darkness. But with Typhoon Kong-Rey sending rain and wind, the resumption is unknown.
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UL International Crown: Rd. 2 standings, match recaps
A look at how the second round played out in South Korea and where teams currently stand at the UL International Crown.
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Phil after 65: 'Don't let the good round fool you'
After struggling last week at the Ryder Cup, Phil Mickelson flew halfway around the world and promptly fired a bogey-free 65 to begin the Safeway Open.
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Fan: Koepka shot could've killed; lawsuit coming
A fan injured by an errant Brooks Koepka drive at last week's Ryder Cup has spoken out after the accident left her blind in one eye.
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Hatton fell asleep 'next to toilet' after Ryder Cup
Tyrrell Hatton admitted that he woke up "next to the toilet" after the all-night party that followed Europe's Ryder Cup victory Sunday in France.
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Couples: Safeway likely last Tour start outside Masters
Making a rare PGA Tour start this week in Napa, Fred Couples admitted that this could be his final stint with the under-50 crowd outside of the Masters.
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Micheluzzi (64) takes early Asia-Pacific Amateur lead
David Micheluzzi holed his final approach for a closing eagle to finish off a 6-under 64 and take a one-shot lead at the Asian-Pacific Amateur Championship.
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Thomas shares checklist of goals, accomplishments
Last year, Justin Thomas famously shared his list of goals and accomplishments from the 2016-17 season, and he did so again this year.
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Wie-Korda rally comes up short against Sweden
While Lexi Thompson and Cristie Kerr won their match, 2 up, Michelle Wie and Jessica Korda came up short in a spirited comeback bid.
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Not even illness can stop Kerr-Thompson on Day 1
Apparently, nothing’s going to stop the Cristie Kerr and Lexi Thompson partnership. Not food poisoning. Maybe not even strep throat.
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Typhoon threat leads to double play on Friday at UL Crown
With the approach of Typhoon Kong-Rey expected to affect the area this weekend, the UL International Crown’s schedule is being adjusted for Friday.
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'Deep Breath' and big rally aid England on Day 1
Three down with five holes to go, England’s Georgia Hall knew just what to do in her fourball match Thursday at the UL International Crown. Take a “Deep Breath.”
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UL International Crown: Day 1 standings, match recaps
A look at how the opening day played out in South Korea and where teams currently stand at the UL International Crown.
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Long-hitting Champ headlines 2019 rookie class
After averaging 343 yards per drive last year on the Web.com Tour, Cameron Champ headlines a new PGA Tour rookie class at the Safeway Open.
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Steele returns to Napa eyeing Safeway three-peat
Brendan Steele returns this week to the Safeway Open hoping to become the first player to win the same PGA Tour event three years in a row since Steve Stricker.
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Rain from typhoon could impact UL Crown
Typhoon Kong-Rey poses some problems for the UL International Crown.
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LPGA expects to set attendance records at UL Crown
The UL International Crown’s footprint gets a lot larger in South Korea this week, and the LPGA expects to smash attendance records.
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Ryu, South Koreans ready for run at the Crown
Coming off a victory last week in Japan, So Yeon Ryu says the South Koreans are ready to handle the enormous pressure at the UL Crown.
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Koepka: 'There was no fight, no argument' with DJ
Brooks Koepka denied that he and Dustin Johnson had to be separated while visiting the European team room after the Ryder Cup.
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Kerr channeling Inkster's leadership qualities
Cristie Kerr says two-time U.S. Solheim Cup captain Juli Inkster’s influence is with her in South Korea this week for the UL International Crown.
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Korda especially happy to be playing in Crown
Jessica Korda is savoring her chance to play in the UL International Crown after an injury cost her a chance to play last year’s Solheim Cup.
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Physical challenges for U.S. Crown team
They’re the defending champs, but the Americans are also a bit beaten up arriving this week for the UL International Crown.
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Watch: The video that inspired Team Europe
The video the European Ryder Cup team watched on Thursday night before the competition began on Friday promises to "give you chills."
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Safeway Open: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The 2018-19 PGA Tour season kicks off this week at the Safeway Open. Here's the key info for this week's event in Napa.
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Mickelson grouped with Steele, Bae at Safeway
Fresh off a disappointing Ryder Cup, Phil Mickelson headlines the field this week at the season-opening Safeway Open in Napa.
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Report: DJ-Koepka feud started on flight to Paris
According to a French language report from L'Equipe, the feud between Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka started before the U.S. Ryder Cup team even arrived in Paris.
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Ryu pleads with Korean fans: Refrain from 'very sharp criticism'
In a rare public plea, So Yeon Ryu asked Korean fans on Tuesday to restrain themselves during this week’s UL International Crown.
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UL Crown Brits have 'fire' and yearn for match play
The English team arrives for the UL International Crown highly motivated to show the world just how feisty they are in match play.
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Kerr, Lexi look to lift each other as Crown partners
Cristie Kerr and Lexi Thompson are a formidable duo in competition. They are also good friends who help pick each other up in hard times off the course, as well.
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Payne, Goosen, Pepper headline HOF finalists
The World Golf Hall of Fame has released the 15 finalists who will be considered for enshrinement in the Class of 2019.
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Stock Watch: U.S. Ryder Cup team plummets
The U.S. team was on a big high after Hazeltine, but came crashing back down to earth with a dismal performance, all around, at Le Golf National.
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UL International Crown: Matchups, teams and format
The UL International Crown is this week in South Korea. Here's everything you need to know about the teams, matches and format.
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Fan hit by Koepka drive says sight gone in eye
The spectator who was struck in the face by an errant Brooks Koepka tee shot on Friday at the Ryder Cup said she has lost the sight in her right eye.
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DJ, Koepka nearly fight in Euro team room
U.S. Ryder Cup teammates Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka almost came to blows in their opponent's team room, according to multiple sources.
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Ratings up for a road Ryder Cup
Ratings for NBC Sports’ coverage of the Ryder Cup from France were up all three days vs. 2014 in Scotland, the last year the Ryder Cup was staged in Europe.
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Wie with new pain-free, 'Steve Stricker'-style swing
Michelle Wie is working on a new “pain-free” swing at the UL International Crown that she hopes will help her avoid surgery on her ailing right hand.
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Upset Reed wanted to 'light the room up like Phil in ’14'
Patrick Reed didn't get a chance to speak on Sunday in the U.S. Ryder Cup team news conference, but it might have been a big scene if he did.
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Emotional Rahm beats Woods: 'Grew up watching that guy'
Jon Rahm is known for his fiery on-course demeanor. But after taking down his childhood idol to notch his first-ever Ryder Cup point, the Spaniard was reduced to tears.
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Garcia (3-1) becomes highest ever Ryder Cup point earner
Sergio Garcia came to Le Golf National this week as the most scrutinized combatant on either side. He left as the most prolific winner in Ryder Cup history.
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Bjorn getting final Ryder Cup score tattoo
After captaining the Europeans to a decisive victory at the Ryder Cup, it seems Thomas Bjorn’s next stop could be a Parisian tattoo parlor.
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Mickelson not giving up on Ryder Cup career
At 48, Phil Mickelson acknowledges that this might have been his last Ryder Cup as a player. But he's not giving up on making another U.S. team.
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European captain's picks dominate Team USA
European Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn was careful all week at Le Golf National to remain as humble as possible.
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Key stats from Europe's win at 42nd Ryder Cup
Once again Europe defeated the U.S. at the Ryder Cup. Here are the key stats from Sunday at Le Golf National.
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Furyk: 'Totally my decision' to split Spieth and Reed
Following a Twitter controversy Sunday morning, Jim Furyk and Jordan Spieth discussed Spieth's split from former partner Patrick Reed.
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Furyk: 'Call me crazy' but I'd do it all over again
Jim Furyk has been around the Ryder Cup enough, he knows the winning captain is going to get hailed and the losing captain is going to get condemned.
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Woods admits he's tired: 'Lot of golf for short period'
It was a particularly long and demanding week for Tiger Woods, who failed to win at least a half point in a Ryder Cup for the first time in his career.
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Molinari caps 'dream' summer with perfect record
Francesco Molinari capped off an amazing summer with an amazing performance at the Ryder Cup, going a perfect 5-0 thanks to his singles win.
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Report cards: United States Ryder Cup team
The GolfChannel.com team hands out grades to the United States team in the 42nd Ryder Cup.
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Report cards: European Ryder Cup team
The GolfChannel.com team hands out grades to the European team in the 42nd Ryder Cup.
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Tiger: I gave 'four points to the European team'
"I went 0-4, and that’s four points to the European Team,” Woods said. “I’m one of the contributing factors to why we lost the cup."
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European, U.S. individual Ryder Cup records
Europe won back the Ryder Cup on Sunday, topping the U.S. at Le Golf National in Paris. Here's how the individual players on both teams fared.
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Ryder Cup match recaps: Europe wins 17 1/2 to 10 1/2
For the sixth straight time, Europe won the Ryder Cup on its home soil, downing the U.S. on Sunday outside Paris.
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Tiger Tracker: 42nd Ryder Cup
Tiger Woods lost his singles match to Jon Rahm, 2 and 1, and went 0-4 in the 42nd Ryder Cup. We tracked him at Le Golf National.
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Reed's wife: 'ask Jordan' why no Reed pairing
A Twitter account that appears to belong to Justine Reed generated controversy Sunday. She reportedly would not confirm or deny the account is hers.
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How to watch the Ryder Cup on TV and online
You want to watch the 42nd Ryder Cup? Here’s how you can do it. Check this lineup for television and online streaming times.
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Furyk: Phil playing two matches not what I envisioned
If this is Phil Mickelson’s last Ryder Cup – it’s almost certainly his last on foreign soil – this isn’t the way he wanted to go out.
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Furyk remembers 'every damn word' of '99 pep talk
Although he declined to go into details, it was clear Jim Furyk planned to borrow from Ben Crenshaw’s playbook from 1999.
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Furyk knows almost too much about 10-6 comebacks
Jim Furyk, perhaps as much as anyone in Paris, understands the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat as it pertains to the Ryder Cup.
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Furyk doubles down: Tiger's health not an issue
Tiger Woods played both team sessions on Saturday at the Ryder Cup, at least temporarily shelving concerns that he’s been slowed by an injury this week.
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Ryder Cup Sunday singles: JT vs. Rory to start
With Europe leading the U.S. by four points, 10-6, through two days of the 42nd Ryder Cup, 12 singles matches remain. Here's the lineup.
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Spieth gets points, Reed gets blanked with new partners
Turns out U.S. Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk’s idea to break up Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed wasn’t so bad after all, at least for Spieth.
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Woods 'pissed off' after going 0-3
Tiger Woods was on the wrong side of history this week at the Ryder Cup, and he’ll be happy he avoided Francesco Molinari in Sunday singles.
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Watch: U.S. team rubs Mickelson's belly for good luck
Phil Mickelson was benched for all of Day 2 at the Ryder Cup, but like a true team player he found other ways to contribute ... like letting his teammates rub his belly.
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Watch: Angry Rory makes putt, lets fan know it
Rory McIlroy isn't afraid to show a little emotion on the golf course, especially at the Ryder Cup. And it was on full display during his Saturday foursomes match.
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JT, Spieth hope late point swings momentum
Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth ended a 8-0 European run when they put the lone U.S. point on the board Saturday morning.
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Afternoon foursomes: Phil sits again
With the U.S. facing an 8-4 deficit at the Ryder Cup, captain Jim Furyk has opted to sit Phil Mickelson for the third time.
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'Moliwood' takes down Tiger, Reed once again
Tiger Woods tried to carry Patrick Reed, but, once again, it wasn't enough to overcome the duo of Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinair.
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Losing Reed shushes; mocked by Edoardo Molinari
Patrick Reed laid down the Shush! on his way to wins in previous Ryder Cups. He did it again on Saturday, but the effect wasn't as significant.
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It wasn't close: Europe 4 under, U.S. 11 over in foursomes
The four European teams in foursomes were a combined 4 under par, compared with the four American teams that were 11 over par.
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Woods-Reed aren't betting favorites for Saturday
Tiger Woods finds himself in the role of underdog as he looks to help extricate the Americans from an early Ryder Cup deficit.
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Furyk on playing Phil in foursomes: 'I'd do it again'
Jim Furyk’s decision to put Phil Mickelson out in Friday’s foursomes is easy to second-guess, but the captain said he'd do it again.
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Is Tiger injured? Would be news to Captain Furyk
Tiger Woods was sat on Friday afternoon and some wondered if it had anything to do with his back. Captain Furyk was quick to dismiss those rumors.
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Sergio regains form, ties foursomes record
After a poor year on the course, Sergio Garcia found Ryder Cup inspiration on Friday and helped Europe sweep the afternoon foursomes.
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Day 2 fourball pairings: U.S. goes with same lineup
Here’s a look at the fourball pairings that will kick things off Saturday morning, featuring the same four U.S. pairings that put them in front early.
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Molinari-Fleetwood dominate on Day 1 of Ryder Cup
Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson have been Europe's duo for years, but they have some company in Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood.
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Watch: Rory plays from bank, Poulter drains birdie putt
Rory McIlroy and Ian Poulter somehow made birdie from the bank of hazard. If one hole could sum up Friday afternoon, this is it.
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Little luck, lots of tenacity power Finau, Koepka
Tony Finau hit the two most important shots of the morning session at the Ryder Cup, although neither was particularly spectacular.
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Woods benched for foursomes after early loss
After losing his fourballs match with Patrick Reed, Tiger Woods was benched for the Friday afternoon foursomes session at the Ryder Cup.
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U.S. (3-1) off to best road start since 1989
It’s been 29 years since the Americans started this hot on the road as the U.S. team took a 3-1 lead after the morning fourballs.
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Koepka hits fan with errant drive Friday morning
A spectator was taken for medical attention Friday after an errant drive from Brooks Koepka struck her in the head.
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Thomas, Spieth together again in foursomes
Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas will reprise their morning fourballs pairing in the afternoon foursomes (alternate shot) session.
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Watch: Finau get unbelievable bounce to win hole
One down and playing the par-3 16th, Tony Finau appeared to have found trouble off the tee. And then he won the hole.
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Scene at the first tee: Where was the noise?
Unlike previous Ryder Cups, the crowd at the first tee at Le Golf National was slow to become vociferous on the opening day on Friday.
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Watch: Spieth lips out second shot on No. 1
Nerves? What nerves? Jordan Spieth nearly holed his approach on No. 1 in the morning fourballs match against Paul Casey and Tyrrell Hatton.
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That's odds: Which team has edge according to oddsmakers?
Las Vegas oddsmakers have given the early edge to Team USA at the 42nd edition of the Ryder Cup at Le Golf National.
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U.S. favored over Europe in opening fourball matches
The Americans are expected to get out to a fast start at the Ryder Cup, at least in the eyes of Las Vegas oddsmakers.
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Sit decision: Both teams bench big names in opener
The subtext to Friday’s opening four-ball session at the Ryder Cup isn’t who will play the morning matches, it’s who is not playing.
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Day 1 fourball pairings: Woods-Reed to team for U.S.
After months of buildup and four days of speculation, the pairings have finally been set for the opening fourball session of the 42nd Ryder Cup.
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Watch: Phil holes out from fairway during practice
Phil Mickelson showed that he still has some of that vintage Lefty magic left in the tank during Thursday's Ryder Cup practice round.
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After viral 2016 photo, Fowler happy fiancée is in Paris
One of the most memorable images from the Ryder Cup two years ago happened when it was over. Rickie Fowler is hoping to avoid that this time around.
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Punch Shot: Who wins, who is 'The Man' at the Ryder Cup?
The GolfChannel.com crew weighs in with their prediction as to who will win the Ryder Cup, and who will be The Man of the Match.
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Finau on U.S. team with idols Phil and Tiger
Tony Finau began playing golf in 1997 when he was 8 years old, which makes the ’99 Ryder Cup his first memory of the matches.
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Koepka loves atmosphere: 'People aren’t afraid to boo you'
While Brooks Koepka is keenly aware that more jeers than cheers will await him on the first tee Friday, the presumptive Player of the Year isn’t backing down.
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MJ tells U.S. team about toughest crowds, opponents
Before the U.S. Ryder Cup team takes on Europe at Le Golf National, they heard from a guy who has plenty of experience playing in front of a hostile crowd.
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Elbow still a pain, but won't hamper Stenson
Henrik Stenson’s left elbow continues to give him problems, but he insists that it won’t hamper his game this week at the Ryder Cup.
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Veteran Casey savoring Ryder Cup return
Playing in the Ryder Cup for the first time in a decade, Paul Casey is savoring his return to one of golf's biggest events.
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Rookie Olesen a 'pretty happy man' in gala photo
The only single player from either team, Thorbjorn Olesen was a "pretty happy man" while surrounded by wives and girlfriends for a picture at the Ryder Cup gala.
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French Open champ Noren leans on course history
While most of the players on Team Europe boast some experience at Le Golf National, none can match the recent good vibes of Alex Noren.
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Stat's right: How U.S. can snap 25-year losing streak
The Americans haven't won a Ryder Cup on foreign soil in 25 years. Here's a look at key statistics to help the U.S. snap the streak.
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Ryder Cup odds: +1200 for a 14-14 tie in Paris
Think the United States is going retain the Ryder Cup via a 14-14 tie in Paris? Do you have $100 you like to wager?
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Bubba jokes: U.S. better without me as a player
The U.S. is winless in Bubba Watson's three previous appearances as a player. It won in 2016, when he was a vice captain.
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Spieth: Only 'two older guys' have away scar tissue
While the U.S. hasn't won an away Ryder Cup since 1993, as Jordan Spieth points out, most players on the current team have no scar tissue.
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Thomas: Wrist injury 'looks worse than it is'
Justin Thomas has been slowed by wrist injury recently, but he said Wednesday he would play all five Ryder Cup sessions if he was asked.
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Podany named CEO of Arnold Palmer Enterprises
The Arnold Palmer organization announced Wednesday that Jon Podany has been appointed president of Arnold Palmer’s charitable foundation, Arnie’s Army, and CEO of Arnold Palmer Enterprises.
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Simpson revisits 'the pop-up' to open '14 matches
It remains, much to Webb Simpson’s dismay, one of the more memorable shots in recent Ryder Cup history: the 2014 pop-up.
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Bubba feeling under the weather in France
Bubba Watson’s week has gotten off to a much better start than it did the last time he was in France, even if he's sick.
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Furyk: Not worried about ' overconfidence, complacency'
After spending dinner with his team on Tuesday night, U.S. Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk said he has no worry that his guys are overconfident.
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Underdogs? Label doesn't concern Bjorn
Oddsmakers list the Americans as the Ryder Cup favorites, which, by default makes Europe the underdogs. Whatever, says captain Thomas Bjorn.
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Furyk on Tiger-Phil pairing: 'Probably not too likely'
A day after Phil Mickelson said that both he and Tiger Woods would “welcome” a Ryder Cup partnership, U.S. captain Jim Furyk all but squashed the idea.
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Reed match taught McIlroy the need to conserve energy
One of the most memorable Ryder Cup singles matches in recent history was also one of the most exhausting as Rory McIlroy learned.
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U.S. team gives Tiger 'cold shoulder' after Tour Championship win
Tiger Woods was expecting his U.S. teammates to help him celebrate his Tour Championship victory, but he was surprised by his reception.
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How FedExCup has changed Ryder Cup prep
The improved play of the U.S. Ryder Cup team might be attributed to more than just youthful exuberance or camaraderie.
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Rose hoping for FedEx/Ryder Cup party on Sunday
Justin Rose is hoping for the biggest party of all on Sunday night, as he hopes to celebrate a pair of cup triumphs.
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Even as youngest Euro, Rahm has no trouble fitting in
Many times Ryder Cup rookies are seen but not heard, blending into the background while the veterans lead. Jon Rahm is not one of those rookies.
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Slump over? Sergio had 'very positive week' in Portugal
Sergio Garcia’s late commitment to the Portugal Masters may have given him the boost he needed for the Ryder Cup.
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McIlroy: Tiger is just one of 12 at Ryder Cup
Tiger Woods might be the biggest star in golf, but Rory McIlroy views him as just one of 12 this week at the Ryder Cup.
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U.S. captures Junior Ryder Cup
The U.S. defeated Europe, 12 ½ to 11 ½, in the Junior Ryder Cup at Golf Disneyland at Disneyland Paris.
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Tiger Woods names his Mount Rushmore of golf
Who is on Tiger Woods' all-time Mount Rushmore of golf? And maybe more significantly, who isn't?
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DeChambeau gets foursomes, fourball mixed up
Bryson DeChambeau is an accomplished player when it comes to match play, but don’t ask him to explain fourballs vs. foursomes.
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Tiger helped calm down Reed before epic RC match
Tiger Woods apparently played a pivotal role in getting Patrick Reed ready for that epic Ryder Cup singles match against Rory McIlroy.
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Improved putting a focus for slumping Mickelson
For the U.S. side, one of the biggest question marks heading into this week is the state of Phil Mickelson’s game.
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Woods will take time to savor success after Ryder Cup
In the time since his win, Tiger Woods has been in the midst of an intercontinental whirlwind as he prepares for his Ryder Cup return.
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Phil tries to negotiate a shot a side for Tiger match
Phil Mickelson is probably thankful his long-awaited showdown with Tiger Woods isn’t next week. He’s not sure it’d be a fair fight.
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Woods: Huge TV ratings 'a big deal' for golf
Tiger Woods won. Television rating spiked. The only person surprised about the latter fact was Woods himself.
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Phil on pairing with Tiger: 'I think we'd both welcome it'
Fourteen years later, Phil Mickelson said that he’d be open to teaming again with Tiger Woods at the Ryder Cup.
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Euros wearing yellow ribbons to honor slain golfer
European Ryder Cup team members will wear yellow ribbons this week to honor Celia Barquin Arozamena, who was murdered last week while playing golf.
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Spieth, Reed in different groups during Tuesday practice
Tuesday’s U.S. groupings at the Ryder Cup may give a glimpse into what potential pairings we will see this week at Le Golf National.
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