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Paul Knopp, Chair and CEO of KPMG in the United States, talks about the organization’s goal to create change in women’s golf and technological advancements that will help measure performance.
Kolon Korea Open - Rd 1
Thu, Jun 20
12:00AM EDT
Asian Tour
Golf Channel
Thu, Jun 20
7:00AM EDT
KLM Open - Rd 1
DP World Tour
Golf Channel
Thu, Jun 20
2:00PM EDT
Travelers Champ: Rd. 1
PGA Tour
Peacock
Thu, Jun 20
3:00PM EDT
Travelers Championship - Rd 1
PGA Tour
Golf Channel
Thu, Jun 20
4:00PM EDT
Women's PGA Champ: Rd. 1
PGA of America
Peacock

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The Golf Central crew discusses how Rory McIlroy can overcome heartbreak after a dramatic finish at the U.S. Open. The 35 year-old missed two par putts inside of four feet, losing out on his fifth major title.
2019 KPMG Women’s PGA Champion Hannah Green joins Golf Central to discuss her preparation for this year’s tournament and what local information she’s gathering about the course.
Dan Patrick reacts to Rory McIlroy’s statement following his heartbreaking U.S. Open finish, saying the four-time major champion should have said “something” after the tournament.
After missing the cut in her last two starts on the LPGA Tour, Nelly Korda looks to regain momentum from the greens ahead of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, where she emerged victorious in 2021.
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Bryson DeChambeau joins the TODAY Show fresh off his U.S. Open win in Pinehurst, North Carolina to discuss his 55-yard bunker shot and the inspiration his late father played in the major win.
Shane Lowry and Ludvig Åberg headline the Aon Next 10 ahead of the Travelers Championship and Robert MacIntyre sits atop the Aon Swing 5.
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