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World No. 1 Niemann to play Q-School this fall
Joaquin Niemann’s reward for two days of strong play at the U.S. Amateur was an opening match against Braden Thornberry.
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Wyndham Championship: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The regular season finale is already here. Here's the key info for the Wyndham Championship, the final event to get into the top 125 for the start of next week's FedEx Cup Playoffs.
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LPGA expects record crowds for Solheim Cup
The LPGA has been touting the strong Solheim Cup ticket sales for more than a year, with tour officials expecting 25,000 spectators in each of the three rounds.
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Wie embracing Solheim Cup spirit with hair, shoes
Michelle Wie is a bit of a rebel this week. Apparently, it’s part of being in U.S. Solheim Cup captain Juli Inkster’s most spirited pod.
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Season-long points race culminates at Wyndham
The pressure peaks this week at the Wyndham Championship, where several notable names will tee it up with their PGA Tour status at stake.
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Pettersen out of Solheim, replaced by Matthew
Europe’s Suzann Pettersen announced Wednesday morning that she is withdrawing from the Sollheim Cup because of a back injury.
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Injured Snedeker done for the season
Brandt Snedeker announced on Wednesday via social media that he’ll take the rest of the season off to recover from an ongoing injury.
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Discharged Bae 'dying to play golf'
With his stint in the South Korean military now over, two-time PGA Tour winner Sangmoon Bae said he has "grown a lot stronger" as he nears his return to competitive golf.
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Player DQ'd from U.S. Amateur for using slope reader
Chris Crawford was disqualified from this week's U.S. Am when he realized his caddie was using a distance-measuring device with the slope function.
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Stenson grouped with Kisner, Haas at Wyndham
Henrik Stenson is making his first Wyndham start since 2012, and he'll play the first two rounds alongside Carolina residents Kevin Kisner and Bill Haas.
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Will Rickie Fowler ever join his bros as a major champ?
Rickie Fowler is the best golfer in the world never to win a major. Does John Feinstein think the golf bro can get it done?
Inkster sticking with pods, blue-collar work ethic
Juli Inkster isn’t going to stray too far from a winning formula. She’s borrowing from U.S. Ryder Cup captain Paul Azinger’s pod system again this year.
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Inkster will designate players to handle concessions
U.S. captain Juli Inkster is doing her best to avoid any more controversy over conceded putts in a Solheim Cup.
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Pettersen, Lexi limited in Solheim Cup preparation
Europe’s Suzann Pettersen is battling back pain and American Lexi Thompson is battling a virus. Both were limited Tuesday at the Solheim Cup.
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JT: Jealousy of Spieth's Open win fueled PGA triumph
Justin Thomas said he was "jealous" watching Jordan Spieth win The Open last month, but he used that jealousy to fuel his maiden major win.
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PGA Tour releases fall portion of 2017-18 schedule
The PGA Tour has officially released the fall portion of the 2017-18 schedule, a seven-week stretch that will feature eight official events including a new tournament in South Korea.
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Woods joins PGA champ Thomas for dinner
On the same day he was dealing with an apparently leaked toxicology report, Tiger Woods had a much more pleasant experience with PGA champion Justin Thomas.
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Police: Woods had 5 drugs in system when arrested
Tiger Woods had five different drugs in his system when he was arrested on suspicion of DUI in May, according to a toxicology report released Monday.
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By the numbers: Stats wrap for the 99th PGA
A look at some player and course stats from the 99th PGA Championship at Quail Hollow.
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Koepka lowest cumulative score across 2017 majors
Only 13 players made the cut in all four majors this year, with Brooks Koepka compiling the best cumulative score across all four events.
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Spieth installed as Masters favorite, Woods 100/1
Hours after the PGA Championship ended, the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook installed Jordan Spieth as the favorite to win the 2018 Masters.
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Podcast: Wrapping up the PGA and major season
In this Golf Channel podcast, the on-site team from Quail Hollow puts a bow on the major season and looks at what's ahead for the likes of Thomas, Spieth and even McIlroy, who may not play until 2017.
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Cink named Payne Stewart Award recipient
Stewart Cink, the 2009 Open champion, has been named as the recipient of the 2017 Payne Stewart Award.
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PGA champ Thomas rises to No. 6 in latest OWGR
PGA champ Justin Thomas jumped eight spots to a career-best No. 6 in the latest Official World Golf Rankings after his win at Quail Hollow.
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Reed moves off Presidents Cup bubble with T-2 finish
A runner-up finish at Quail Hollow boosted Patrick Reed's Presidents Cup chances, moving him from 11th to ninth in the U.S. points race with qualifying nearing an end.
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After Further Review: Another major eludes Fowler
Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. Here's what's weighing on our writers' minds.
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Watch: Thomas chugs champagne toast after PGA win
Minutes after capturing his first career major, Justin Thomas chugged his glass of champagne during a toast to his success at the 99th PGA Championship.
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Thomas chokes way to PGA win ... wait, what?
Justin Thomas choked at the 17th hole Sunday. No, he didn’t put his tee shot in the water. He actually choked. Like, literally.
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#SB2K crew sticks around to congratulate Thomas
The #SB2K crew wasn’t going to miss a chance to watch Justin Thomas wrap up his first major title. His buds were there off the 18th.
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Watch: Thomas' birdie hangs on the lip .... and falls!
Justin Thomas got a huge break off the tee on the 10th hole and then made birdie when his ball took 10 seconds to fall.
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Balky putter proves Matsuyama's undoing
Hideki Matsuyama was the consensus favorite to close the deal in the PGA Championship, but putting problems ultimately derailed him.
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Kisner trips along Green Mile, can't close first major
Kevin Kisner got tripped up by the Green Mile for the second straight day. This time, it cost him a shot at winning his first major.
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Oosthuizen blames 'two shots' for PGA runner-up
With his T-2 finish at the 2017 PGA Championship, Louis Oosthuizen now owns second-place finishes at all four major championships.
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Reed (T-2) gets first top-10 finish in a major
Patrick Reed nearly stormed to his first major title Sunday at the PGA, recording his first top-10 finish in a major with a tie for second.
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Fowler confident despite coming up short again
Rickie Fowler attended the trophy ceremony at the 99th PGA Championship, but only as a spectator after yet another close call in a major.
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Thomas wins his first major title at the PGA
With a round of 3-under 68, Justin Thomas stormed from two shots back to start the day to claim his first major title, the PGA Championship.
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Live blog, PGA Champ.: Day 4 at Quail Hollow
Justin Thomas shot 3-under 68 in the final round and captured his maiden major at the PGA Championship. Follow our live blog!
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Day defends disastrous shot from Saturday
One day after his PGA Championship aspirations died in the foliage right of the 18th fairway, Jason Day stood by his decision to take on a risky shot.
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Slam bid blunted, Spieth turns focus to playoffs
The career Grand Slam will have to wait at least another year, but Jordan Spieth says that’s no reason to be disappointed.
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Watch: Rahm hits great one-handed backwards shot
On Sunday at the PGA Championship, Jon Rahm hit a shot reminiscent of his idol, Seve Ballesteros - one-handed, backwards and on the green.
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Injured Rory: 'Might not see me until next year'
The positives from a final-round 68 at the PGA Championship did little to blunt the pain for an injured Rory McIlroy, who is again facing an uncertain future.
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Poulter to rules official: 'You got to be kidding me'
Ian Poulter made an impressive bogey at the par-4 eighth hole in the final round of the PGA Championship, but not without a bit of drama.
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Scott ends rough season, off for paternity leave
A closing double bogey turned out to be an appropriate microcosm for Adam Scott, representing both his week and his season.
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PGA Championship prize money breakdown
To the victor go the spoils, but the rest of the field at the PGA Championship won't leave Quail Hollow Club empty-handed.
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How to watch the PGA Championship on TV and online
The PGA Championship is this week. Here is your guide to getting complete coverage of the men's final major of the season, on TV and online.
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Final group slowed to a 5 1/2-hour crawl
Heat, humidity and a couple of dicey pin placements factored in the final threesome taking more than 5 ½ hours to complete their round.
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Tee times for the final round of the 99th PGA
A look at tee times for the final round of the 99th PGA Championship at Quail Hollow Club. All times ET.
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PGA odds: Matsuyama trails, but the betting favorite
While he lost his share of the lead at the PGA Championship, Hideki Matsuyama is still the man to beat according to Las Vegas.
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Steady Thomas climbs back into contention
As the leaders struggled down the Green Mile, Justin Thomas flourished, and now he has a chance to win his first major title.
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Oosthuizen fine after hitting tree root; two back
Louis Oosthuizen struck a tree root on the second hole and hurt his right forearm. He's fine. The 8-iron wasn't. But he's still only two back.
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Watch: DeLaet almost aces par 4 at Quail Hollow
Graham DeLeat nearly aced the 301-yard, par-4 14th at Quail Hollow. Watch as the ball peeks inside the cup and gets scared.
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Matsuyama 'disappointed' by 73, still one back
Hideki Matsuyama couldn't do anything wrong on Friday, but he struggled in Round 3 with a 2-over 73. Still, he's only one back.
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Punch Shot: Who will win the 99th PGA?
Kevin Kisner leads Hideki Matsuyama and Chris Stroud by one shot at the 99th PGA. Who will win? Our writers make their picks.
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Not fully healed, Rory (rib) considering time off
Rory McIlroy has been hampered all year by a lingering rib injury he first suffered back in January, and seven months later he still isn’t fully healed.
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Day (77) comes unglued with quadruple bogey at 18
Jason Day's bid to win a second PGA Championship is on life support after a quadruple-bogey finish at the 18th hole Saturday.
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Kisner leads Matsuyama, Stroud by one at PGA
After a round of 1-over 72, Kevin Kisner will take a one-shot lead over Hideki Matsuyama and Chris Stroud into the final round of the PGA Championship at Quail Hollow.
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Quail Hollow member Simpson: 'Too tough for a PGA'
Webb Simpson is a member and resident at Quail Hollow. And he is not a fan of the way the course has been set up this week.
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Spieth: PGA is going to be toughest leg of Grand Slam
Despite a run of birdies in the middle of his third round, Jordan Spieth won’t land the final leg of the career Grand Slam at the 99th PGA Championship.
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Oosthuizen hurts hand - hits green - off tree root
Louis Oosthuizen hit a tremendous shot onto the green at the second hole on Saturday, but he injured his right hand in the process.
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Stroud, two back, on mental cruise control
After last week's win and the cross-country travel and the Saturday restart and the major pressure, you'd think Chris Stroud would be burnt out. Nope.
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Kisner, Matsuyama lead PGA; Day two back
Kevin Kisner and Hideki Matsuyama lead Jason Day by two at the PGA, where 25 players came back to finish Round 2 on Saturday.
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Day (66) sprints down 18 to beat darkness, hugs DJ
Jason Day has never been considered one of the game’s fastest players, but on Friday at the PGA Championship it was a sprint to the finish.
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Co-leader Matsuyama new betting favorite to win PGA
Equipped with a share of the lead, Hideki Matsuyama is now the betting favorite to win the 99th PGA Championship at Quail Hollow Club.
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Spieth accepts that Grand Slam is off the table
Jordan Spieth will begin the weekend 11 shots off the lead and has all but given up on completing the Grand Slam this week.
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Darkness halts PGA; play to resume 7:30 a.m. ET
Severe weather halted play Friday afternoon at the PGA Championship as thunderstorms dumped heavy rains on Quail Hollow Club.
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Red-hot Matsuyama keeps rolling with 64 at PGA
It seems nothing can stop Hideki Matsuyama these days. Not Quail Hollow’s tricky greens. Not an uncooperative driver. And not a rain delay.
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Watch: Pampling hits hilariously horrible tee shot
Players were rushing to finish their rounds on Friday at the PGA Championship. But no one hit a tee shot at the last quite like Rod Pampling.
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Spieth asks rules official: 'What can't I do?'
After his drive at the par-5 10th came to rest on a cart path right of the fairway, Spieth called in a rules official to ask two very important questions.
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Watch: Thomas catches Bubba's bunker shot
While warming up after a rain delay at the PGA Championship, Bubba Watson didn't get to see where his bunker shot landed because Justin Thomas ran into the picture.
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Kisner feasting on Quail's new Bermuda greens
Kevin Kisner isn’t the longest on the PGA Tour, but he may arguably be the best putter on Bermuda greens, a plus at the new Quail Hollow.
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Fiery Rahm (75) can't find the greens on Friday
The fiery temperament was once again on full display, but unlike at the U.S. Open, it didn’t cost Jon Rahm a weekend tee time.
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After MC, Phil sets sights on Presidents Cup
Phil Mickelson played his first 30 holes of the PGA Championship without making a single birdie, and after rounds of 79-74 will miss the cut.
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Rory (72): Not the Quail Hollow of last 10 years
Rory McIlroy's previous wins at Quail Hollow could have served as a paradigm of hope for him this week. But this is a vastly different Quail Hollow.
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Rory skips ball off cart path, through sand, saves par
Rory McIlroy started off his second round Friday with a most unorthodox par thanks to a creative play off a Quail Hollow cart path.
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PGA Championship: Round 2 yardage, pin placements
PGA officials have given the players a little break off the tee in the second round of the PGA Championship, but Quail Hollow is still packing plenty of bite.
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Kisner's plan works perfectly in Round 1 at PGA
Kevin Kisner has always enjoyed playing Quail Hollow but this week that affinity has grown substantially thanks to the Bermuda greens.
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Opposite-field winners shine on Day 1 at PGA
Chris Stroud, Grayson Murray, and D.A. Points all qualified for the PGA via opposite-field Tour victories, and they all shot 68 Thursday.
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Fowler rebounds from triple for 2-under 69
Paired with Rory McIlroy on Thursday at the PGA Championship, Rickie Fowler could see the similarities between the two star’s rounds.
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Three-hole stretch derails Rory (72) on Day 1
Rory McIlroy’s 72 on Day 1 at the PGA Championship was just his ninth round in the 70s at Quail Hollow in 27 trips around the layout.
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Mickelson (79) shoots worst round of PGA career
Phil Mickelson signed for his worst career score at the PGA. The 2005 champ made eight bogeys and zero birdies en route to 8-over 79.
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Kisner, Olesen share lead at PGA Championship
Kevin Kisner and Thorbjorn Olesen lead at Quail Hollow, where a host of big names lurk behind them. Here's where we are through Day 1 at the PGA.
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Watch: Luiten makes one-hop ace at par-3 fourth
The redesigned par-3 fourth has been the subject of some consternation, but it's unlikely Joost Luiten will have any complaints about it.
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Willett hires Foley, loses PGA Tour status
A year of change continues this week for Danny Willett, whose days on the PGA Tour are officially numbered.
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Struggling Beef withdraws with shoulder injury
Andrew Johnston withdrew from the PGA Championship on Thursday because of a shoulder injury.
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In ninth straight start, Reed cards 69 to get in PGA mix
Patrick Reed will take a break – eventually. He is making his ninth consecutive start, even though he showed no signs of wear and tear Thursday..
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Michael Phelps, Spieth's mentor, part of PGA gallery
Jordan Spieth was the center of attention during his opening round at the PGA, but he was far from the most decorated athlete at Quail Hollow.
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Spieth 'frustrated' on greens, but rallies for 72
Jordan Spieth promised to be “free-rolling” this week as he attempts to capture the career Grand Slam. It sure didn’t look like it Thursday at the PGA.
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Koepka fires 68 at U.S. Open-like Quail Hollow
It should be no surprise that Brooks Koepka, the reigning U.S. Open champion, is playing well at Quail Hollow. He opened in 3-under 68.
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Eagle highlights Day's late rally to 1-under 70
Jason Day appeared in danger of playing himself out of the year’s final major before a late surge moved him into red numbers.
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With pressure off, Murray (68) in PGA mix
Just last month, Grayson Murray was a FedExCup bubble boy, in desperate need of a good week to secure his playing privileges for next season.
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Garcia (75) plays three-hole Green Mile in 5 over
Sergio Garcia played 15 of Quail Hollow’s 18 holes in 1 under Thursday, but he signed for 4-over 75 thanks to Quail Hollow's Green Mile.
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Woodland (68) in mix after putting tip from Stricker
Gary Woodland (68) recently got some putting tips from Steve Stricker and Brad Faxon and now finds himself in the mix at the PGA Championship.
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Koepka bloodies marshal with drive, signs glove
Brooks Koepka dropped a shot at the 16th hole on Thursday at the PGA Championship. He also dropped a course marshal and a glove.
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PGA Championship: Round 1 yardage, pin placements
Players are facing a stern test during the opening round of the 99th PGA Championship, where sunny skies have allowed Quail Hollow Club to start out firm and fast.
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PGA date change question: When would Ryder Cup start?
While the golf world continued to digest Tuesday’s announcement that the PGA Championship will be played in May beginning in 2019, one group had already started considering what it all means.
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Captain Furyk already scouting Ryder Cup course
Next year’s Ryder Cup is never far from Jim Furyk’s mind. He recently took a scouting trip to Le Golf National in Paris, site of the 2018 matches.
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Controversial LET CEO Khodabakhsh out
Embattled Ladies European Tour CEO Ivan Khodabakhsh is out, and the LET board has asked its chairman to take over day-to-day duties.
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Punch Shot: Who will win the 99th PGA?
The 99th PGA Championship gets underway on Thursday at Quail Hollow Club. Who will win? Who will disappoint? Our writers weigh in.
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Watch: Rory + Trackman on the range is mesmerizing
Guys hitting on the range during majors is usually visual filler for analysis. But combine Rory McIlroy and Trackman, and it's best to just watch and enjoy.
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PGA Championship likely to return to Quail Hollow
Tournament play has yet to begin at the redesigned Quail Hollow, but the PGA of America is already anticipating the PGA Championship’s return.
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Winning PGA score? Close to even par, says Phil
Double digits under par has won past PGA Tour events at Quail Hollow. Don't expect such numbers this week for the PGA.
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Day not done with 2017, makes ‘Uranus’ joke
Jason Day said Wednesday he doesn't believe he's lost the 2017 season entirely, and he certainly hasn't lost his sense of humor.
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Spieth feels no pressure to be youngest Slam winner
Jordan Spieth knows the longer he goes without a PGA title, the more pressure he’ll feel, but he isn’t burdened by expectations this week at Quail Hollow.
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Jordan Spieth on the driving range during the final round of the WGC - Bridgestone Invitational
John Feinstein has no clue who will win PGA Championship
Best selling author John Feinstein weighs in on how the PGA Championship will play out. Bottom line he has no clue.
Michael Jenkins shifted his opinion on Curry, you can too
At first Michael Jenkins was upset with the thought of Steph Curry playing on the Web.com Tour. After Curry's performance, Jenks has changes his position
At PGA Championship its McIlroy and Spieth vs. field
Rory McIlroy won the last time at Quail Hollow, but Jordan Spieth is rolling with only this tournament standing in his way of the career Grand Slam. Can anyone stop these two?
Punch Shot: Pros, cons of PGA, Players moves
Did the PGA of America and the PGA Tour make the right call in moving their respective marquee events? Our senior writers debate the issue.
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Kokrak wins PGA Championship long drive contest
Jason Kokrak won the annual long drive contest at the PGA Championship, belting a tee shot 321 yards on the 10th hole during his Tuesday practice round at Quail Hollow Club.
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Rory, Phil, Tiger applaud schedule change
Let the debate begin as to whether the PGA's move in good for golf, but for the players polled Tuesday, a more condensed schedule is good for them.
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Walker set to defend after Lyme-hampered year
It hasn’t been the reign that PGA champ Jimmy Walker envisioned, but there’s no such thing as a bad stint as a major winner.
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Most embrace shorts OK for practice rounds
If the sight of players wearing shorts during practice rounds this week at the PGA Championship is a little disorienting for fans, imagine how it’s been for players.
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DJ feels 'really close' to pre-Masters form
Dustin Johnson might not feel as unbeatable as he did this spring, but the world No. 1 believes that he’s “really close” to that top form.
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How will a move to May affect PGA venues?
The PGA Championship plans to move to May in 2019 and PGA CEO Pete Bevacqua discussed how that will affect future sites.
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McIlroy 'inundated' with requests for caddie job
It’s week No. 2 for Rory McIlroy and caddie Harry Diamond, and whether McIlroy’s best friend stays will be determined after the PGA.
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Quail Hollow record makes McIlroy the PGA favorite
Rory McIlroy is coming off a pair of top-5 finishes, but it's his past at Quail Hollow that makes him the man to beat this week.
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PGA Tour moving The Players back to March
With the PGA Championship moving to May, the PGA Tour announced Tuesday The Players will move back to March.
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PGA, Players to alter dates; 'dominoes' to fall
News that the PGA Championship and The Players will shift dates in 2019 will affect several more tournaments, officials said on Tuesday.
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European Tour moving BMW PGA to September
Future scheduling changes to The Players and PGA Championship have led the European Tour to make a tweak of its own.
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Creamer replaces injured Korda on U.S. Solheim Cup team
Juli Inkster revealed Tuesday that she named Paula Creamer as the alternate who will replace injured Jessica Korda on the U.S Solheim Cup team.
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Stenson to play Wyndham, eyes playoff boost
Henrik Stenson is competing in next week's Wyndham Championship
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Rainy start, more rain expected at Quail Hollow
It’s been a soggy start to PGA Championship week, and it might not get any drier as things progress at Quail Hollow Club.
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Positives and negatives of moving the PGA
The PGA Championship is giving up part of its identity with a reported move to May in 2019, but the decision makes sense for plenty of other reasons.
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J. Korda to miss Solheim Cup with injury
A day after being announced among 12 players making the U.S. Solheim Cup team, Jessica Korda has reluctantly pulled out with an injury.
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Injured Snedeker to miss second straight major
After missing last month's Open, Brandt Snedeker has withdrawn from the PGA Championship as he recovers from an ongoing sternum injury.
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Na: Quail Hollow's new greens 'almost too fast'
Since 2003 Quail Hollow Club has been a PGA Tour staple, the annual site of the Wells Fargo Championship, but if this week’s PGA Championship seems different, that’s by design.
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Report: PGA Championship moving to May in 2019
The PGA Championship will officially move to May beginning with the 2019 tournament at Bethpage Black in New York, according to an Associated Press report.
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McIlroy begins week as PGA Champ. betting favorite
Twice a winner at Quail Hollow, Rory McIlroy heads into the PGA Championship as a slight betting favorite over Jordan Spieth.
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Augusta National to buy land from Augusta CC
Augusta Country Club officials informed members via a memo that it has agreed to sell a parcel of property to the home of the Masters.
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PGA Championship 101: Guide to the year's final major
Take a look at some answers to frequently asked questions about the PGA Championship, which is being played this week:
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After Further Review: Firestone lacking sizzle
From the lack of buzz at Firestone to Rory McIlroy's big week, here's what's weighing on our writers' minds.
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Z. Johnson records best WGC finish of career
While he couldn’t keep pace with Hideki Matsuyama, that was no reason for Zach Johnson to hang his head at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
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Hoffman: No laying up with win on the line
Facing a difficult shot over water to a tiny target on the 16th hole, Charley Hoffman knew there was only one shot he wanted to play.
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McIlroy doesn't mind being PGA favorite
With another top-5 finish under his belt, Rory McIlroy is now set to turn his attention to one of his favorite venues.
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'Paula was upset': Inkster on snubbing Solheim vets
Juli Inkster made bold moves in a new direction Sunday making her two U.S. Solheim Cup captain’s picks.
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Hoffman talks caddie into shot: 'Tired of finishing 2nd'
Charley Hoffman pulled one out of the Ricky Bobby playbook on Sunday at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational - if you ain't first, you're last
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Spieth closes with 68, says Rory is 'guy to beat' at PGA
After dramatic victories in each of his last two starts, Jordan Spieth had a pretty stress-free finale at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
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Yin, Ernst picked for Solheim team; Creamer left out
The U.S. and European Solheim Cup teams will re-engage their intensifying rivalry with some fresh new faces in the mix.
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You Oughta Know: ZJ in rare position
It's been eight years since Zach Johnson held a share of a 54-hole lead. That's something we thought You Oughta Know.
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Long and strong: McIlroy crushing his driver
Rory McIlroy’s aerial assault continued at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, where the Ulsterman kept himself within striking distance.
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Z. Johnson, Pieters tied at WGC-Bridgestone
Thanks to a pair of birdies on the final green, Zach Johnson and Thomas Pieters share the lead heading into the final round of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
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Day, Spieth struggle while others go low in Rd. 3
There were plenty of low scores available Saturday at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, but the day’s marquee pairing walked off the course in frustration.
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Euros in contention at WBO bodes well for Solheim prospects
Annika Sorenstam is relishing all the Europeans who played their way into weekend contention at the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
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Globetrotting Hend (63) eyes win, more U.S. starts
If you took a peek at Scott Hend’s footwear Saturday at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, you might have thought that he raided Patrick Reed’s locker.
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Watch: Rory's drive nearly reaches crosswalk
Crosswalks on fairways at PGA Tour events are set up so fans won't have to worry about golf balls flying their way. Unless Rory McIlroy is on the tee.
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Yin plays her way into Solheim consideration
Angel Yin looks ready to shake up the Solheim Cup. The American rookie soared into the picture with her weekend run at the Women’s British Open.
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Korda dealing with injury as Solheim deadline looms
Jessica Korda is awaiting the results of an MRI after flying home to the United States following her withdrawal from the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
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Watch: Highlights of Curry's second-round 74
NBA star Steph Curry missed the cut at the Web.com's Elle Mae Classic, but he shot a second straight 74 to cap off an impressive appearance against the pros.
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Despite missing cut, Curry pleased with experience
NBA star Stephen Curry shot a second straight 4-over 74 on Friday, missing the cut in the Web.com Tour's Ellie Mae Classic but expressing satisfaction with his play.
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McIlroy (T-3) shifts focus from caddie to player
Through 36 holes of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, Rory McIlroy has succeeded in shifting the focus from the man carrying the bag to the man hitting the shots.
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Walker finding momentum ahead of PGA defense
It’s been a difficult year for Jimmy Walker, but he may be turning things in the right direction just in time to defend the biggest title of his career.
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Birdie-birdie finish salvages Spieth's day
A middling, marathon day was salvaged with a head-turning closing stretch by Jordan Spieth's birdie-birdie finish at Firestone.
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Weather delay slams door on Day
Jason Day was rolling right along until Mother Nature derailed his second round at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
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Solheim scenarios: Big weekend ahead for U.S. team
The cutline sharply shaped the U.S. Solheim Cup picture Friday at the Women’s British Open. While jockeying is still possible, some scenarios are now clear cut.
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PGA Championship: Round 1, Round 2 tee times
A look at the first- and second-round tee times for the 2017 PGA Championship at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, N.C., from Aug. 10-13.
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Bunker six-pack sends Jutanugarn packing
Ariya Jutanugarn’s Ricoh Women’s British Open hopes went up in a puff of sand Friday at Kingsbarns Golf Links. Actually, six puffs of sand.
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Wie follows up 64 with 76 on 'disappointing' day
A day after setting the course record, Michelle Wie paid a price trying to make something happen late in her round Friday at the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
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McIlroy grouped with Fowler, Rahm at PGA Champ.
Two-time PGA Championship winner Rory McIlroy will be joined by Rickie Fowler and Jon Rahm for the first two rounds next week at Quail Hollow.
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Martin once again rising to Women's British occasion
Mo Martin’s game goes to another level at the Women’s British Open. And now here she is again, running up the leaderboard at Kingsbarns.
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Hall no longer a Solheim Cup worry for Europe
With her play at the Women's British, Georgia Hall is showing she may be more than ready for the big stage the Solheim Cup offers in Iowa in two weeks.
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Curry fires back at PGA Tour pro after Web debut
PGA Tour pro Steve Wheatcroft received a playful Twitter response from Steph Curry after insisting Curry had "no chance in hell" to break 76 at TPC Stonebrae.
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Impressed: Social media reax to Curry's 74
Steph Curry's 4-over 74 at the Ellie Mae Classic caught the eye of some guys who do this for a living and play it at a high level.
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Korda (arm) withdraws from Women's British Open
Jessica Korda withdrew from the Ricoh Women’s British Open with an injury Thursday at Kingsbarns.
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Watch: Highlights from Curry's Web.com debut
Two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry made his Web.com Tour debut on Thursday, carding a 4-over 74 in the first round of the Ellie Mae Classic.
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Watch: DJ destroys 439-yard drive at Firestone
Dustin Johnson crushed his tee shot on the par-5 16th at Firestone Country Club, playing at 658 yards in Round 1 of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
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Bubba (67) staging a late playoff push
Bubba Watson is quietly using a busy stretch to turn his season around, and it just might be enough to earn a spot in the playoffs.
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Davies (68) four shots off Women's British lead
Count World Golf Hall of Famer Laura Davies in the English wave storming the leaderboard Thursday at the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
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Lexi (67) once again in a major championship mix
With a 5-under-par 67 Thursday, Lexi Thompson looks determined to give herself another shot at winning a major championship this year.
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McIlroy calls first round with new caddie 'awesome'
Asked to sum up his first competitive round with friend Harry Diamond on the bag, a beaming Rory McIlroy didn’t hesitate.
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Spieth pulls off another stunning shot
In his first start since winning The Open, Jordan Spieth managed to pull off a minor miracle by one-upping his iconic performance from Royal Birkdale.
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Wie's secret weapons? A 9-wood and an 11-wood
Michelle Wie always seems to bring some surprise to any run into contention. After her Thursday 64, it was her choice of clubs.
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Bae sets return event following military duty
Sangmoon Bae will return to competition next month at the Shinhan Donghae Open following a two-year mandatory military obligation in South Korea.
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Nicklaus tweets encouragement to Steph Curry
There has been a lot of debate regarding Stephen Curry’s participation in this week’s Web.com Tour event. Count Jack Nicklaus as a fan.
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Watch: Yes, Spieth is still making massive putts
Jordan Spieth seemed to make an annual allotment of lengthy putts on Sunday at Royal Birkdale. Not so, as he showed at Firestone C.C.
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Creamer (71), Pressel (68) in last Solheim push
Paula Creamer and Morgan Pressel are in position to make a favorable final impression before the U.S. Solheim Cup team is finalized Sunday.
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Miyazato's father collapses during pro-am, hospitalized
Ai Miyazato teed off under trying circumstances Thursday in what is expected to be her final Ricoh Women’s British Open appearance.
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Sondjaja leads Western Amateur
Ruben Sondjaja of Sydney, Australia, shot a bogey-free, 7-under 64 in Wednesday’s second round and leads the 115th Western Amateur.
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Romo MCs at Western Amateur, cited for slow play
Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo closed with a pair of 7s in the opening round of the Western Amateur and was tied for 147th out of the 156-man field.
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Spieth puts claret jug to good (and varied) use
Jordan Spieth hasn’t had much time to get acquainted with the claret jug, but he’s already put golf’s oldest trophy to use.
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Spieth on infamous drive: 'It was not 100 yards right'
Jordan Spieth would like you to know that the shot that nearly cost him The Open was not as bad as it appeared on television.
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'Still on Cloud 9,' Kang not sure about Kingsbarns
Danielle Kang isn’t sure what to make of Kingsbarns Golf Links as she prepares to tee it up in Thursday’s start of the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
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Ryu ready for Kingsbarns thanks to Spieth's coach
Rolex world No. 1 So Yeon Ryu will get to test her shot-making prowess in a supreme examination this week at the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
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Former Kingsbarns caddie on Lexi's bag at W. British
Lexi Thompson will have special insight from the man helping her around Kingsbarns this week for the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
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McIlroy: Had to fire caddie to preserve friendship
Rory McIlroy revealed how and why his professional relationship with longtime caddie J.P. Fitzgerald ended last Tuesday.
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Matthew on LET woes: 'Wrong person' in charge
Two of the most respected veterans in European women’s golf are divided over who is to blame for the Ladies European Tour’s woeful state.
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Scott to miss two playoff events for child's birth
Adam Scott is about to embark on a pivotal two-week stretch that could be his last competitive golf for quite a while.
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Behind the scenes of the Golf Channel with Chick Hernandez
CSN's Chick Hernandez was able to take a trip to the Golf Channel studios and go behind the scenes of the one of the leaders in golf media coverage.
Michael Jenkins does not agree with Charlie Hoffman
CSN's Michael Jenkins took exception Charlie Hoffman saying 'I always say golf is fairly easy.' Hoffman is simply wrong.
Golf world, celebs tweet Feherty condolences
In light of the news Tuesday that David Feherty's son, Shey, has died he's received an outpouring of love and support from big names both inside and out of the golf world.
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Varner hoping to save season at hometown WGC
Harold Varner III will have plenty of support this week at the WGC-Bridgestone. But it remains to be seen if he can translate it into success..
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Phil focused on Prez Cup as deadline looms
While there’s plenty to play for this week, it’s understandable that the focus of some might drift a bit toward the PGA Championship.
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Day-Spieth-McIlroy grouped at Firestone
Firestone will play host to 76 of the game’s best ahead of next week's PGA Championship. Here’s a look at a few notable early-round groupings in Ohio.
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Koreans not scared of weather at Women's British
Inbee Park, who won the Women’s British Open two years ago, says Koreans train for bad weather, like they might see this week.
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WGC-Bridgestone: Tee times, TV schedule, key stats
The biggest names in the game are in Akron, Ohio, this week for the 19th edition of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Here's the key info for this week's event.
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Top 3 together, intriguing Solheim groups at WBO
Rolex world No. 1 So Yeon Ryu, No. 2 Lexi Thompson and No. 3 Ariya Jutanugarn are grouped together for the first two rounds of this week’s Women’s British Open.
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Nordqvist battling mononucleosis as Solheim Cup looms
Anna Nordqvist may now be Europe’s best player, but the Swedish star is facing a serious challenge with the Solheim Cup in two weeks.
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Feherty's son dies on birthday after overdose
NBC Sports and Golf Channel personality David Feherty revealed Tuesday that his son, Shey, has died.
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Solheim Cup standings entering Women's British
The Ricoh Women's British Open is the final event for players to qualify for the Solheim Cup, which will be contested Aug. 18-20. Here's a look at current team standings.
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Podcast: Feherty with NBA star Steph Curry
NBA star Steph Curry is competing in this week's Ellie Mae Classic on the Web.com Tour. He sat down previously to discuss his love of golf with David Feherty.
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Stock Watch: Nothing can stop Langer
Not wind, nor rain, nor cold, nor opponent, nor controversy can stop Bernhard Langer from dominating the senior set.
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Lexi now career-high No. 2 ahead of Women's British
American Lexi Thompson moved up one spot to Rolex world No. 2 behind So Yeon Ryu on Monday. It's her highest ranking in her career.
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