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Poulter ready to go 'toe-to-toe with anyone this weekend'
Dangerous is the man who feels like he has nothing to lose. Ian Poulter is that man. And he's got a shot to win The Open.
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Live blog, The Open: Day 2 at Royal Birkdale
More rain, more wind and more drama are on tap for Day 2 of The Open at Royal Birkdale. Follow the action with our live blog.
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Watch: Full replays of The Open coverage
NBC Sports and Golf Channel are showcasing nearly 50 hours of live coverage of the 146th Open. Missed anything? Well, you can catch up right here.
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Watch: Thomas swipes, loses club, drops and makes 9
Justin Thomas was having a rough second round, but what happened on the sixth hole made him downright miserable.
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Watch: Wood holes out for eagle to make Open cut
With the cutline hovering at 4 over par on Friday at The Open, Englishman Chris Wood needed a birdie to have a chance at making the cut.
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Stenson's rented home in Southport burglarized
Henrik Stenson's rented home in Southport was burglarized on Thursday while he was playing his first round.
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Westwood careful with words regarding Rahm incident
Lee Westwood crafted his words carefully when describing his role in the rules dispute that nearly derailed Jon Rahm’s opening round at The Open.
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Who does DJ blame for 2 over? 'It was me'
It hasn’t exactly been a textbook week for Dustin Johnson, with the world No. 1 following a 1-over 71 on Thursday with a 2-over card on Friday.
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Phil misses Open cut but does so with 'flair'
Phil Mickelson shot 77 in the second round of The Open to miss the cut, but it was anything other than mundane.
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McIlroy (68) scrambles his way into the mix
Rory McIlroy’s 68 on Friday was the second-best round from the early wave and left him just outside the top 10 when he completed his round.
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Kuchar bogeys two of last three, but happy at 4 under
His work done for the day, a solid score posted, Matt Kuchar is looking forward to kicking up his feet and watching the conditions deteriorate at Royal Birkdale.
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How to watch The Open on TV and online
You want to watch the 146th Open at Royal Birkdale? Here’s how you can do it on television and online,
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Watch: Sergio hurts shoulder slamming club into gorse
Sergio Garcia let his temper get the better of him on Day 2 of The Open, slamming his club into gorse and hurting his right shoulder.
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Watch: Kuchar pitches in for birdie on Day 2
Matt Kuchar started the second round in share of the lead. He dropped one back with a bogey at No. 2, but rebounded by pitching in for birdie.
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Inkster: Pressel, Creamer 'haven't shown me anything'
Time may have just about run out for two American stalwarts trying to make the U.S. Solheim Cup team.
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Rahm (69) skirts another rules infraction in Rd. 1
Jon Rahm was involved in another rules situation Thursday at The Open – and once again he was cleared of any wrongdoing.
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DJ, Rory among those over par on Day 1
Plenty of big names who failed to break par Thursday in the first round of The Open at Royal Birkdale including world No. 1 Dustin Johnson.
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Scottish Open prep helps Kuchar to first-round lead
Matt Kuchar co-leads The Open after first-round 65 and is crediting his experience last week at the Scottish Open as a big help in his Birkdale prep.
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Spieth, Koepka and Kuchar share Open lead
A trio of Americans in Jordan Spieth, Brooks Koepka and Matt Kuchar share the lead after Day 1 of The Open at Royal Birkdale.
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Caddie J.P. to Rory: 'What the f--- are you doing?'
Rory McIlroy has a pep talk from his caddie, J.P. Fitzgerald, to thank for turning his opening round around at Royal Birkdale.
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Bones: Bubba owes Phil plane wash from '90s match
Golf fans everywhere knew Jim 'Bones' Mackay would bring a unique perspective to TV. And he delivered on his first day at The Open.
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Casey (66) puts 40th birthday celebration on hold
Paul Casey is about to turn 40, but he's got other things on his mind - ike trying to win the Open Championship for his first major.
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Lytham vibe helps Els shoot 68
Ernie Els, 47, channeled memories of the Lytham course he won an Open Championship on to shoot 68 at Royal Birkdale.
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Day (wrist) not concerned after Day 1 injury scare
Jason Day said he wasn’t concerned about his right wrist after an injury scare on the back nine Thursday at The Open.
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Koepka (65) still sharp in first round since major win
Any semblance of rust was quickly knocked off by Brooks Koepka on Thursday at The Open when the reigning U.S. Open champion shot a 5-under 65.
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Clad in cardigan and tie, Thomas shoots 67 in style
Justin Thomas didn't just look good on Thursday at Royal Birkdale; he played well, too. Thomas shot 67 on Day 1 of The Open.
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Famous Cabo crew boosted Spieth's confidence
Jordan Spieth picked up a "nice boost of confidence" hanging out with Michael Phelps, Michael Jordan and more in Mexico over the July 4th.
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Spieth and Co. expect the worst of weather on Friday
Jordan Spieth plans to watch the early coverage of The Open before his 2:48 p.m. (local time) tee time Friday. He might not like what he sees.
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The eagles: Koepka from bunker; Hoffman from rough
Brooks Koepka and Charley Hoffman made a pair of impressive eagles on Day 1 of The Open at Royal Birkdale.
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Podcast: Monty on the Open, Darth, mushy peas
Colin Montgomerie evaluates Royal Birkdale as an Open venue and discusses in own Open career, the Darth Monty Twitter account, and mushy peas.
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Poulter (67) regains confidence, rekindles magic
Ian Poulter is feeling good about his game and feeling some good vibes at Royal Birkdale. It showed in his opening 3-under 67.
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O'Meara, '98 Open champ, makes mess of No. 1
This 146th Open Championship began with a groan, as Mark O’Meara, the 1998 winner here at Royal Birkdale, pumped the first tee shot straight right, out of bounds.
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Watch: Bunker hole-out for first eagle of 146th Open
Welshman Stuart Manley finished eagle-birdie to turn a potential over-par round into a 2-under 68 on Day 1 of the 146th Open.
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Watch: O'Meara begins 146th Open by going O.B.
Mark O'Meara, the 1998 Open champion, was asked to hit the first tee shot in the 146th edition. He obliged and promptly smacked his ball O.B. right.
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Ko seeks to end year-long drought
Lydia Ko is looking to successfully defend her title and end the longest winless spell of her remarkable career when the Marathon Classic begins Thursday.
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Viewers pick marquee groups for The Open
Which marquee group do you want to watch, shot-for-shot, during Round 1 of The Open? Here's your chance to vote!
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Open prop bets released on low score, winning score
One Las Vegas sportsbook has created prop bets for low score, winning total and finish position of several big names this week at The Open.
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Punch Shot: Burning questions for the 146th Open
On the eve of the 146th Open, GolfChannel.com writers answer your burning questions - like will the trend of first-time major winners continue? That and more in this Punch Shot.
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McNealy going pro? He's preparing that way
Maverick McNealy said his future will likely be determined after the U.S. Amateur. But, for now, he's preparing as if he's going to turn pro.
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Snedeker (ribs) WDs from The Open; Hahn in
Brandt Snedeker withdrew from the Open Championship on Wednesday because of a rib injury. He was replaced in the field by James Hahn.
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The Open forecast: 25 mph gusts, heavy rain expected
Weather was not nearly as rainy as expected Wednesday at Royal Birkdale, as players made final preparations for the 146th Open.
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President Trump interfered with Day's Open prep
Throughout his career, Jason Day has held to the theory that luck favors the prepared, particularly at major championships.
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Rory puts 98 percent of putting blame on himself
After a few weeks of trial and error, McIlroy said on Wednesday at The Open that he has settled on a putter to use at this week’s Open Championship.
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McIlroy at 20-1 odds? 'Good time to back me'
Perhaps the most telling indication of the state of Rory McIlroy’s game these days are his betting odds for this week’s Open Championship.
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R&A's Slumbers touches on several hot-button issues
The R&A had its annual eve of The Open news conference Wednesday at Royal Birkdale and chief executive Martin Slumbers commented on numerous topics.
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Slumbers: Tiger awed, but game moves on
R&A chief executive Martin Slumbers has marveled at Tiger Woods' accomplishments, but he knows the game moves on with or without him.
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Suri ready for The Open despite more missing clubs
It’s Julian Suri's fourth week in a row with baggage issues, and this one threatens to disrupt his first career major.
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Fred Funk on playing through a painful rib injury
Fred Funk played a great round despite dealing with a painful rib injury.
Scott McCarron on his win at Senior Players Championship
Scott McCarron overcame a huge deficit and an unfamiliar caddy to win the 2017 Constellation Senior Players Championship.
More than just golf world react to LPGA dress code
The new LPGA dress code in effect at this week’s Marathon Classic in Toledo, Ohio, is creating debate inside and outside of golf over women’s fashion rights.
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LPGA only receives attention when controversy involved?
The U.S. Women's Open had the lowest over-night final-round rating since at least 1996. What was President Donald Trump's role in that?
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R&A puts stop to players taking short cut on No. 9
Players figured out how to shorten No. 9 by playing to the 10th fairway at Royal Birkdale. But then the R&A put a stop to that.
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Evian purse increase ($3.65 mil) makes it LPGA's 2nd largest
The Evian Championship announced Tuesday that it is increasing its total prize money to $3.65 million, making it the second largest purse in women’s golf.
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Casey refreshed, major ready after grueling bike trek
Some people play, some people practice, some people take 300-mile bike rides to prepare for a major. Wait, what? Yep, that's what Paul Casey did.
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Mental coach helps Rahm after U.S. Open outbursts
Jon Rahm said that his mental coach, Joseba del Carmen, was instrumental in his climb from lightly recruited junior to No. 1-ranked amateur.
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Stenson makes scary promise if he retains claret jug
Henrik Stenson has plenty of good memories from his year with the claret jug. And if he wins it again, he plans on turning it up a notch.
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Spieth: Open success can be luck of the draw
Jordan Spieth believes The Open may be the easiest major championship to win but it’s not even remotely for reasons one may think.
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One Open to another, Koepka back as a major champ
Brooks Koepka is back at The Open for the first time in two years, and playing any event for the first time since winning the U.S. Open.
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'Bones' Mackay analyzes Birkdale, gives winning pick
Jim "Bones" Mackay begins his second career as an on-course reporter for NBC Sports and Golf Channel at this week's Open Championship.
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Mickelson plans to ditch driver at Royal Birkdale
Phil Mickelson decided to test his game without a driver during a practice round on Tuesday at Royal Birkdale. The plan, however, may change.
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Rose trying to close Birkdale Open story 19 years later
It’s been 19 years since Justin Rose finished fourth at Royal Birkdale as a 17-year-old amateur. It remains his best finish in The Open.
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Salas improves her Solheim Cup chances
Lizette Salas made a strong move to make the U.S. Solheim Cup team with her tie for 15th Sunday at the U.S. Women’s Open.
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Harrington on trophies: 'Why would you hide them?'
Padraig Harrington says he doesn’t need to look at trophies to know he’s a champion. He also says he has no problem displaying his crown jewels.
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D. Johnson, Spieth betting co-favorites for Open
Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth are listed as 12/1 co-favorites at the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook as Open week begins at Royal Birkdale.
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Fleetwood feeling right at home at Birkdale
Unlike when he was a kid living around the corner, there is no reason for Tommy Fleetwood to sneak on Royal Birkdale these days.
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Sergio eyes claret jug, then getting married
Whatever happens at Royal Birkdale, the next 14 days promise to be eventful for Sergio Garcia, who is set to be married.
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Beautiful start to Open week, but rain forecast
Weather Monday at Royal Birkdale is picture perfect with temperatures hovering in the mid-60s, but it’s forecast to become progressively worse.
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Woods drops outside OWGR top 1000 for first time
Out of action since February, Tiger Woods has dropped outside the top 1000 in the latest Official World Golf Rankings for the first time in his career.
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Def. champ Stenson grouped with Spieth at Open
The defending Open champion will play alongside two-time major winner Jordan Spieth, while world No. 1 Dustin Johnson draws Rory McIlroy.
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The Open: Round 1, Round 2 tee times
A look at first- and second-round tee times for The Open on the 7,156-yard, par-70 Royal Birkdale course in Southport, England.
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Not eligible for Open, Furyk in Barbasol field
For the first time in 22 years, Jim Furyk had to make different plans for the third week in July.
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The Open 101: A guide to the year's third major
You've got Open questions, we've got Open answers. Take a look at some answers to frequently asked questions about The Open.
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Amateur Choi: Runner-up means more than money
South Korea’s Hye-Jin Choi watched her bid to make history disappear in the pond aside the 16th green Sunday at the U.S. Women’s Open.
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Deere win propels DeChambeau to Open at Birkdale
Bryson DeChambeau rallied with a back-nine 30 at the John Deere Classic to edge Patrick Rodgers and notch his first career PGA Tour victory.
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Park tops amateur Choi to win U.S. Women's Open
With a round of 5-under 67, Sung Hyun Park rallied to win the U.S. Women’s Open by two over 17-year-old amateur Hye-Jin Choi.
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UltraViolet takes protest inside Trump National
“Our goal was we wanted to be able to look [President Trump] in the eye,” said Melissa Byrne, an UltraViolet coordinator. “We did that."
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Shinkwin, two more qualify for Open at Birkdale
Callum Shinkwin, Matthieu Pavon, and Andrew Dodt qualified for this week's Open Championship by virtue of their finishes at the Scottish Open.
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Watch: Fox makes hole-in-three in Scottish Open
When is a hole-in-one not a hole-in-one? When it's a hole-in-three. Sunday in the Scottish Open, Ryan Fox holed a provisional for par.
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Trump supporters, protesters clash near Women's Open
President Donald Trump has been showered with fanfare at Bedminster, but his arrival has been more contentious at the protest site four miles down the road.
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McIlroy gets in early Birkdale prep after missed cuts
After a missed cut at the Scottish Open, Rory McIlroy has gotten in some extra prep at Royal Birkdale as he looks to find his form in time for The Open.
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South Koreans eyeing yet another U.S. Women's Open
China’s Shanshan Feng looks like she is all that stands between the South Koreans claiming their fifth U.S. Women’s Open title in the last seven years.
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Choi could be second amateur to win Women's Open
Hye-Jin Choi is looking to make history Sunday in a bid to become just the second amateur to win the U.S. Women’s Open since the championship began in 1946.
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Lewis implodes, finishes back-nine 44 with a 10
After making birdies at four consecutive holes Saturday, Stacy Lewis stumbled with a triple-bogey 7 and quintuple-bogey 10.
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Drama unfolds in skies over Trump Bedminster
A fighter jet and a Coast Guard helicopter soared toward a plane in the restricted air space over Trump National on Saturday. Here's why.
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Feng leads A. Lee, H..J. Choi at U.S. Women's Open
Shanshan Feng will take a one-shot lead over Amy Yang and 17-year-old Hye-Jin Choi into the final round of the U.S. Women’s Open.
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Watch: Local favorite Funk makes ace in Sr. Players
Fred Funk isn't in contention for the title in the Constellation Senior Players Championship, but he did have Saturday's shot of the day:
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John Anselmo, coached teenage Woods, dies at 96
John Anselmo, who preceded Butch Harmon as Tiger Woods' instructor, has died. He was 96.
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Watch: Kraft saves par from stands at Deere
Kelly Kraft on Saturday at the John Deere Classic played his second shot from a carpeted walkway atop a grandstand left of the 17th hole.
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Jutanugarn, Kang miss cut at U.S. Women's Open
Rolex world No. 2 Ariya Jutanugarn and KPMG Women’s PGA champ Danielle Kang both missed the 2-over cut and will miss the weekend at Bedminster.
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Amateur Choi, 17, just two back through 36
Hye-Jin Choi is yet another young South Korean poised to make her introduction to the rest of the world in a big way at the U.S. Women’s open.
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Augusta National full statement on the death of 'Hootie' Johnson
Full text of the statement issued Friday by Augusta National Chairman Billy Payne on the death of former Chairman William 'Hootie' Johnson:
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Former Augusta National Chairman 'Hootie' Johnson dies at 86
William "Hootie" Johnson, the South Carolina banker who as chairman of Augusta National stood his ground against inviting female members, has died.
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Jeongeun6 Lee plays way into USWO mix with 69
Jeongeun6 Lee is looking to add to South Korea’s domination of the U.S. Women’s Open. She moved into a tie for the lead on Friday.
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Report: LPGA sets strict new player dress code
According to a report from Golf Digest, the LPGA has informed players a strict new dress code is coming, and any infraction of the rules will carry a hefty fine.
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Trump will attend U.S. Women's Open on Friday
President Donald Trump made it official. He is headed to the U.S. Women’s Open and expects to arrive sometime Friday afternoon.
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Wie WDs from U.S. Women's Open with neck injury
Michelle Wie withdrew from the U.S. Women’s Open because of a neck injury. Wie went off in the second round and withdrew on the second hole.
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Women's Open weather woes: 39 fail to finish Round 1
Shanshan Feng’s 6-under-par 66 made her the leader in the clubhouse Thursday through the weather-suspended first round of the U.S. Women’s Open.
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Wie almost WDs U.S. Open, doesn't, finishes strong
Michelle Wie was ready to withdraw from the U.S. Women’s Open after a painful neck spasm flared as she prepared to return from a two-hour weather delay.
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Cow-clad Feng moo-ves to top of leaderboard
Shanshan Feng separated herself in more ways than one Thursday at the U.S. Women’s Open - using her clubs and her clothes..
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Z. Johnson (65) again contending at Deere
Annually a contender at the John Deere Classic, Zach Johnson has again put his name on the early leaderboard after opening with a 65 at TPC Deere Run.
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Howell co-leads Deere in search of elusive victory
Two weeks after losing a playoff at the Quicken Loans National, Charles Howell III is again atop the leaderboard, this time at the John Deere Classic.
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A. Jutanugarn (79) struggles in U.S. Women's Open
Ariya Jutanugarn will have work to do to avoid missing back-to-back cuts in major championships after posting a 7-over 79 in her opening round.
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Poulter (67) makes putting change, inspired by Koepka
Ian Poulter shares the Scottish Open lead, and he's holing putts thanks to a grip change inspired by U.S. Open champ Brooks Koepka.
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Fowler (67) flawless, two back at Scottish Open
After his win at Gullane in 2015, Rickie Fowler picked up right where he left off by firing a bogey-free 67 on Day 1 at the Scottish Open.
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Rough start derails McIlroy at Scottish Open
Rory McIlroy got off to a rough start at the Scottish Open, and he is now in danger of missing consecutive cuts for the first time in more than two years.
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Gary Williams and Steve Bisciotti play in golf tournament
Former Terps basketball coach Gary Williams and Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti participated in the SENIOR PLAYERS Pro-Am
Chun on mend after health scare
In Gee Chun, the 2015 U.S. Women’s Open champion, is on the rebound from a mysterious esophageal malady that put her in a hospital for two days.
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Davis: Don't know if Trump will show for U.S. Women's Open
USGA executive director Mike Davis said Wednesday he still doesn’t know if President Donald Trump will attend the U.S. Women’s Open, but his organization’s prepared if he does.
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Daly visits President Trump in Oval Office
John Daly became the latest golfer to visit the White House as the two-time major champion tweeted a photo Wednesday of his family's trip to the Oval Office with President Donald Trump.
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Podcast: Miller, Faldo preview The Open
Johnny Miller and Nick Faldo preview the 146th edition of The Open, which will be played at Royal Birkdale.
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Wie hopes to play despite neck spasms
Michelle Wie is hopeful she will be ready to tee it up for her Thursday afternoon start to the U.S. Women’s Open despite a battle with neck spasms.
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Fowler returns to Scottish Open following '15 win
Rickie Fowler is back at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open for the first time since his 2015 victory at Gullane.
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Former champ Curtis withdraws from Open; Finau in
Ben Curtis, the 2003 champ, has withdrawn from The Open and will be replaced in the field at Royal Birkdale by Tony Finau.
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Report: Westwood splits with Chandler after 24 years
Lee Westwood has split with manager Andrew "Chubby" Chandler after 24 years, according to a report in the Telegraph.
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Wie dealing with sore neck at U.S. Women's Open
Michelle Wie has been playing well lately, but she aggravated a neck injury that’s challenging her preparation for this week’s U.S. Women’s Open.
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Thompson's mom back supporting Lexi after radiation
Lexi Thompson had an extra bounce in her step in Tuesday’s practice round at the U.S. Women’s Open. Her mother was back along the ropes watching.
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McIlroy grouped with Fowler, Stenson at Scottish
Rory McIlroy will be grouped with Rickie Fowler and Henrik Stenson this week at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.
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Piercy withdraws from Open, replaced by Lahiri
Scott Piercy has withdrawn from The Open and will be replaced in the field at Royal Birkdale by India's Anirban Lahiri.
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Assistant pro closes eagle-eagle, qualifies for Deere
Local assistant pro Kurt Slattery qualified for the John Deere Classic in memorable fashion, closing with an eagle on 18 and then winning a seven-man playoff with another eagle.
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Stock Watch: Rahm rising at right time
Jon Rahm's game is rising at just the right time, while Rory McIlroy's putter remains, unfortunately for him, ice cold.
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Billy Andrade sits down with Chick Hernandez
Chick Hernandez goes one on one with Billy Andrade talking about his golf career.
Golfers discuss what rules they would want to change
Chick Hernandez asks golfers if they could change a rule in golf, what would it be?
Some of the craziest things fans yell at a golf tournament
We take a look at some of the funniest things spectators have yelled at a golf tournament.
Part 2: Chick Hernandez talks Tiger Woods with Jim Nantz
Chick Hernandez sat down with Jim Nantz to discuss what it was like to cover Tiger Woods.
Report: Trump threatened USGA with lawsuit in 2015
According to a report, the USGA feared a Donald Trump lawsuit if it tried to move the U.S. Women's Open from his Bedminster course.
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Rahm behind only DJ among Open betting favorites
After a six-shot win at the Irish Open, Jon Rahm is now behind only Dustin Johnson among the betting favorites for The Open.
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Miller signs extension with NBC through 2018
Johnny Miller has agreed to a contract extension with NBC Sports that will have him staying in the booth through at least 2018.
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FAA notice hints Trump will attend Women's Open
Based on a recent travel advisory from the Federal Aviation Administration, it appears LPGA fans can expect to see President Trump at the USWO.
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U.S. Women's Open: Round 1, Round 2 tee times
A look at first- and second-round tee times for the U.S. Women's Open on the 6,732-yard, par-72 Old Course at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.
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Rahm back inside OWGR top 10 after Irish Open win
Jon Rahm is back inside the OWGR top 10 and up to a new career high after his six-shot romp at the DDF Irish Open.
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Chambers Bay overhauls greens, eyes Open return
The browned-out greens at Chambers Bay that became such an eyesore at the 2015 U.S. Open will soon be a thing of the past as the public course sets its sights on hosting another major.
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After Further Review: How to determine intent?
In this edition of After Further Review, we suggest that the concept of 'intent' may take rules enforcers down a path they may regret trodding.
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Another close call for Streb at Greenbrier
After losing in a playoff in 2015, Robert Streb again fell just short of victory at The Greenbrier Classic, finishing solo second.
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Schauffele among four Open qualifiers at Greenbrier
Xander Schauffele headlined a quartet of players who earned spots in The Open thanks to high finishes this week at The Greenbrier Classic.
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Schauffele rallies for first win at Greenbrier
Xander Schauffele birdied the 72nd hole to edge past Robert Streb and claim his first career PGA Tour victory at The Greenbrier Classic.
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First senior major for women begins Monday
Laura Davies will rank among the favorites in Monday’s start of the inaugural Senior LPGA Championship, the first senior major for women.
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After Trump comment, Lincicome taking Twitter break
Brittany Lincicome announced Sunday that she’s going off Twitter this week because of the backlash she’s getting over a comment she made about Donald Trump.
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Mickelson closes with 64 at Greenbrier
Phil Mickelson closed with a 64 at The Greenbrier and will now focus his efforts on chasing a second Open title later this month at Royal Birkdale.
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Agent: Injury won't keep Ariya out of Women's Open
Ariya Jutanugarn’s injured right shoulder shouldn’t keep her from playing in next week’s U.S. Women’s Open, according to her IMG management team.
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Chamblee and Kratzert: Rahm should have been penalized
Brandel Chamblee and Billy Kratzert both argued Sunday that Jon Rahm should have been penalized for his mark at the Irish Open.
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Ramsay, Drysdale, Fox qualify for The Open
Richie Ramsay, David Drysdale and Ryan Fox all earned spots in The Open thanks to high finishes at this week's DDF Irish Open.
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Unpenalized, Rahm stands by ball mark mechanics
Absolved of a penalty en route to a six-shot win, Jon Rahm stood by the mechanics he used to mark his ball on the sixth green that later came under scrutiny.
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Watch: Rahm ruling sparks another controversy
Jon Rahm easily won the Irish Open on Sunday with a final-round 65, but yet another rules controversy took place on the sixth green.
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Rahm cruises to six-shot win at Irish Open
Jon Rahm fired a final-round 65 to break the tournament scoring record and win the Irish Open by six shots.
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Watch: Rahm holes out for eagle at Irish Open
Jon Rahm opened with three pars in the final round at the Irish Open, but he took control of the tournament with his third shot at the par-5 fourth hole.
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You Oughta Know: Love could be oldest winner
Four back at The Greenbrier, Davis Love III is trying to become the oldest player to win on the PGA Tour, supplanting Sam Snead.
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Louise Solheim, widow of Ping founder, dies at 99
Louise Solheim, wife of Ping founder Karsten Solheim, died Saturday in Phoenix at age 99.
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Munoz leads Streb by two at The Greenbrier
Following a Saturday 68, Sebastian Munoz will take a two-shot lead over Robert Streb into the final round of the Greenbrier Classic.
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Greller has Travelers rake shipped to house
The rake Michael Greller chucked after Jordan Spieth's win at the Travelers has finally found its way to the caddie's man cave.
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Rahm co-leads Irish Open through 54 holes
Jon Rahm rode a hot putter on Saturday to a 67 and co-leads the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open, looking for his first European Tour win.
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Volunteer dies as result of accident at TPC Deere Run
A longtime volunteer of the John Deere Classic died as the result of an accident at TPC Deere Run.
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Opposite day: Love (69) still in Greenbrier hunt
Davis Love III couldn't do anything wrong Thursday in his opening 63 at The Greenbrier Classic. Friday? That was a different story.
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Mickelson makes first cut at Greenbrier: 'Baby steps'
Phil Mickelson didn't have too many positives to take away from his round ... except one. He made the cut.
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Langer, McCarron, USGA respond to Chamblee criticism
The USGA and two prominent PGA Tour Champions players issued statements Friday after Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee said that the enforcement of the anchoring ban has been “appalling.”
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Rahm, working on temper, contending at Irish
Jon Rahm is in contention at the Irish Open and says a lot of his success has to do with trying to curb the outbursts we saw at Erin Hills.
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'Frustrated' McIlroy misses Irish Open cut
Rory McIlroy won't be able to defend his title at the Irish Open and has some work to do as The Open at Royal Birkdale looms.
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Mickelson shoots 67 with brother on the bag
Phil Mickelson shot a 3-under 67 in the opening round of The Greenbrier Classic, his first since splitting with longtime caddie Jim "Bones" Mackay.
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Mickelson chosen to design Trump course in Bali
Phil Mickelson has been chosen to re-design an 18-hole course in Tabanan, Bali, that will be re-launched as Trump International Golf Club.
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Love turns back the clock, fires 63 at Greenbrier
At 53 years young, Davis Love III turned back the clock with a bogey-free 63 at The Greenbrier Classic.
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Rahm shoots 65, trails by 1 at Irish Open
Jon Rahm got off to yet another hot start, firing a 7-under 65 to sit just one shot off the early lead at the DDF Irish Open.
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McIlroy (72) stalls out, sits 8 back at Irish Open
There were plenty of birdies during the opening round of the DDF Irish Open, but defending champion Rory McIlroy struggled to an even-par 72.
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Equipment tampering issues raised at French Open
Multiple players expressed concerns at last week's French Open that their equipment had been tampered with overnight between rounds after being left in on-site storage.
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Mackay joins Golf Channel as on-course reporter
After 25 years as Phil Mickelson's caddie, Jim "Bones" Mackay has signed a multi-year deal as an on-course reporter for Golf Channel and NBC Sports beginning later this month.
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Chick catches up with Jim Nantz on the state of golf
Chick Hernandez sat down with Jim Nantz to discuss the state of golf and how the sport continues to grow.
Looking back at the 2017 Quicken Loans National
Washington Golf Weekly has your comprehensive recap of the 2017 Quicken Loans National, won by Kyle Stanley.
Mickelson set for first round since Bones split
Phil Mickelson is set for his opening round of The Greenbrier Classic, his first competitive appearance since splitting with his longtime caddie.
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Jack Nicklaus on athletes dealing with the media
In the second part of his Washington Golf Weekly interview with Chick Hernandez, golf icon Jack Nicklaus discusses his relationship with the media and how the landscape of media has changed.
Juniors selected to play Pure Insurance Championship at Pebble Beach
The First Tee announced Wednesday the names of the 81 junior players competing in this year’s Pure Insurance Championship at Pebble Beach, Sept. 22-24.
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McIlroy hands Twitter to wife after Elkington spat
After a recent spat with Steve Elkington, Rory McIlroy says he's off social media "for a while" and asked his wife to change the password on his Twitter account.
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Open prizing awarded in dollars; $1.845M to winner
The prize pool has been announced for The Open, which for the first time will pay its players in U.S. dollars instead of British pounds.
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Mickelson grouped with Watson, Lee at Greenbrier
Equipped with a new caddie, Phil Mickelson will be grouped with Bubba Watson and defending champ Danny Lee at The Greenbrier Classic.
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Once player-caddie, Loves foes at Greenbrier
Once teamed as player and caddie at Erin Hills, Davis Love III and Dru Love will both compete this week at The Greenbrier Classic.
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McIlroy grouped with Rahm, Matsuyama at Irish Open
Tournament host and defending champ Rory McIlroy will play the first two rounds of the DDF Irish Open at Portstewart alongside Jon Rahm and Hideki Matsuyama.
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Poulter qualifies for Open on home course
Playing a qualifier on his home course, Ian Poulter was one of 15 players who punched their tickets Tuesday to the 146th Open later this month.
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Stock Watch: Kang shoots way up after breakthrough
Each week on GolfChannel.com, we’ll examine which players’ stocks and trends are rising and falling. This week it's Danielle Kang looking up.
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2017 British Open
The 2017 Open Championship take place at Royal Birkdale for the iconic golf tournament. 
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Kang jumps to No. 18; Ko falls to No. 4
Danielle Kang shot up in Monday’s release of the new Rolex Women’s World Rankings while Lydia Ko slipped back.
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Kang finds her game at KPMG Women's PGA
Danielle Kang thought she had no chance at Olympia Fields. But thanks to her brother and David Leadbetter, she is the KPMG Women's PGA champion.
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Timeline: Look back at Woods' injuries
Take a look back at the various injuries in Tiger Woods' career.
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Tiger completes 'private intensive program'
Tiger Woods tweeted Monday that he "recently completed an out of state private intensive program," as he seeks professional help after his DUI arrest.
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Chamblee calls anchor ban enforcement 'appalling'
Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee took to Twitter this weekend to criticize enforcement of the ban, calling it “appalling.”
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Fleetwood jumps to No. 15 in latest OWGR
Tommy Fleetwood jumped to No. 15 in the world following his second European Tour victory of the year at the French Open.
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QLN converted Jason Gore to huge TPC Potomac fan
Jason Gore talks to Chick Hernandez following the Quicken Loans National. Despite the controversy over the course, Gore says he loves it.
Billy Hurley talks to Chick Hernandez
Defending champion Billy Hurley talks to CSN's Chick Hernandez about this year's Quicken Loans National.
After Further Review: Fleetwood's continued success
Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. This week it was Tommy Fleetwood and the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.
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Game of inches: Henderson comes up short
Brooke Henderson made a bold Sunday charge at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, but she came up just short in her bid to defend her title.
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Kang rockets up Solheim standings with major win
Danielle Kang leaped prominently into the U.S. Solheim Cup mix Sunday with her victory at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.
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Rain gear snafu dooms Kang at Quicken Loans
Sung Kang's chances of winning the Quicken Loans National took a hit when he was caught during a surprise rainstorm without any rain gear or umbrella.
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Another runner-up for Howell in return from injury
Charles Howell III surprised himself in his return from injury, but a playoff loss at the Quicken Loans National still left him shy of his first win since 2007.
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Golf world, celebs congratulate well-liked Kang
Danielle Kang is a well-liked member of the LPGA Tour, and the proof was all over Twitter after her first major victory.
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Stanley, Howell among four Open qualifiers at Quicken
Kyle Stanley and Charles Howell III were among four players to punch their tickets to the Open via high finishes at the Quicken Loans National.
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Stanley beats Howell to win Quicken Loans playoff
Kyle Stanley defeated Charles Howell III on the first extra hole to win the Quicken Loans National for his first PGA Tour win since 2012.
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Uihlein among three Open qualifiers at French Open
Peter Uihlein couldn't catch Tommy Fleetwood in Paris, but he still headlined a group of three players who qualified for The Open at Royal Birkdale.
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Fleetwood holds off Uihlein to win French Open
Tommy Fleetwood continued his banner year with a closing 66 that led to a one-shot victory at the HNA French Open.
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Rickie Fowler found the QLN to be about as hard as a US Open
Rickie Fowler talk to Chick Hernandez on day 3 of the Quicken Loans National in Potomac, Maryland and explained what made the event so challenging.
Choi making major run with father on bag
Chella Choi feels stronger with her father by her side. It’s why she won’t let Ji Yeon Choi retire as her caddie. And it’s why Chella’s mother won’t let him retire, either.
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Henderson's Women's PGA title defense in reach
Brooke Henderson’s bid to defend her title remains within reach Sunday at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.
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Choi learned from scrutiny after Lexi-like controversy
Chella Choi will tee it up as co-leader in the final round of the Women’s PGA, fortified with hard lessons about the scrutiny that comes playing on television.
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Wie (70) cools after hot start, sits five back
Michelle Wie raced into a tie for the lead Saturday at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship before brisk afternoon winds cooled her off.
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