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Chi Chi on Puerto Rico aid: 'We deserve better'
Puerto Rico native and World Golf Hall of Fame member Chi Chi Rodriguez said Tuesday his devastated island needs a lot more assistance.
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Mickelson re-ups with Callaway for remainder of career
Phil Mickelson will remain a Callaway Golf endorser for the remainder of his playing career, it was announced Tuesday.
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Stricker: No U.S. player will protest during anthem
Don’t expect any of the U.S. Presidents Cup members to protest during the national anthem. U.S. captain Steve Stricker said the team has already discussed it.
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Creamer WD's from NZO; Inbee may be out season
Paula Creamer withdrew Tuesday from the McKayson New Zealand Women’s Open with a lingering wrist injury.
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Stock Watch: JT, X-Man rise; FedExCup format falls
The FedExCup finale double winners see their stocks make big gains, but there is still plenty of confusion with the overall format.
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Presidents Cup players take NYC media tour
Check out some social media snapshots and video clips from Presidents Cup team members in New York City, ahead of the matches.
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Love: National anthem is not the time to protest
Davis Love III, who is being inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame on Tuesday, said he is not a fan of national anthem protests in sports.
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Presidents Cup 101: A guide to this week's matches
Frequently asked questions about the Presidents Cup, which is being held this week at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, N.J.
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Pros on both sides of anthem protest debate
Reaction to President Donald Trump's comments and NFL players kneeling for the national anthem came from across the sports world, including golf, on both sides of the debate.
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Mickelson, Reed among early arrivals at Presidents Cup
One day after the Tour Championship was a light practice for both teams at Liberty National, site of this week’s Presidents Cup.
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Thomas aspires 'to do nothing' on Monday
Shortly after his FedExCup victory, Justin Thomas flew to New Jersey on a private plane with Jordan Spieth.
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2019 Presidents Cup to be played in December
The Presidents Cup will be played in mid-December in 2019 when it returns to Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia for the third time.
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Schauffele cracks OWGR top 40 with Tour Champ. win
Tour Championship winner Xander Schauffele jumped to No. 32 in the latest rankings, more than 300 spots above where he stood before the U.S. Open in June.
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How to watch the Presidents Cup on TV and online
The Presidents Cup 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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Williams splitting with Scott, caddying on LPGA in N.Z.
Steve Williams told the New Zealand Herald that he will retire as part-time caddie for Adam Scott at the end of the year.
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Acushnet president Uihlein announces retirement
Acushnet president and CEO Wally Uihlein announced his retirement effective Jan. 1, 2018.
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After Further Review: 2017 Tour Championship
Wins by 20somethings Justin Thomas and Xander Schauffele were emblematic of the dominance of youth on the 2016-17 PGA Tour.
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Thomas nearly checks off list of goals for 2017
Justin Thomas had some lofty goals for the 2017 season, but he might have set them too low after winning a major and the FedExCup.
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Errant leaf leads to four-shot penalty at Web Finals
An errant leaf led to a four-shot penalty for Matthew Southgate and may have hurt the Englishman's chances of earning a PGA Tour card.
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Class of '11's Schauffele an outsider no more
Technically, Xander Schauffele is a member of that groundbreaking high school class of 2011, but he never really felt like he was among the inner circle.
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Final FedExCup standings: Thomas tops Spieth
Xander Schauffele won the Tour Championship on Sunday, but Justin Thomas edged Jordan Spieth for the FedExCup title and a $10 million bonus.
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Spieth: Career-worst discomfort with putter
As has been the case a few times during this year’s playoffs, Jordan Spieth’s putter went cold at the worst time.
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Thomas wins FedExCup; Schauffele wins Tour Championship
Xander Schauffele won the Tour Championship with a birdie on the final hole that edged Justin Thomas, who still won the FedExCup.
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Tour winner Malnati offers support for anthem protests
PGA Tour winner Peter Malnati became the first golfer to speak out in support of recent national anthem protests in the wake of "divisive" comments from President Donald Trump.
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Projected FedExCup standings after Round 3
Paul Casey is in the driver's seat for the FedExCup with just 18 holes to play, but plenty of scenarios could play out in the final round of the Tour Championship.
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Casey complicates FedExCup scenarios
Paul Casey’s competitive blinders aside, the scenarios that lead to the Englishman hoisting the $10 million check are much more complicated.
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Schauffele on $10 million: Put it under mattress
A year ago, Xander Schauffele was finishing his season on the Web.com Tour. The 2017 Tour Championship never crossed his mind.
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You Oughta Know: 2017 Tour Championship
Good news for Tour Championship leader Paul Casey: Four of the last five winners of the Tour Championship held or shared the 54-hole lead.
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Spieth: 'Not really in control of my [FedExCup] destiny'
Last year, Dustin Johnson didn't exactly control his own destiny when it came to the FedExCup. This year it's Jordan Spieth's turn.
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Casey leads Tour Championship by 2
With a brilliant 65 on Moving Day, the Englishman put himself in position to take both the Tour Championship and the FedExCup.
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Kisner scores helicopter ride to Georgia game
Kevin Kisner tweeted Friday that he was looking to get a helicopter ride to the Georgia game. His wish was granted with some help from Justin Thomas.
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Projected FedExCup standings after Round 2
Justin Thomas is heading toward a $10 million payday. Here are the projected FedExCup standings after Round 2.
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Casey in FedExCup hunt with newborn baby at home
Given how eventful Paul Casey's last two weeks have been, his share of the lead with Justin Thomas and Webb Simpson is even more impressive.
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Rose rebounds from injury with Friday 66
Justin Rose toughed it out on Thursday at the Tour Championship but felt better on Friday and his score reflected that improvement.
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Thomas strengthens grip on Player of the Year
Although Justin Thomas still needs two more solid rounds at the Tour Championship, he's one step closer to the Player of the Year Award.
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Thomas leads Tour Championship, FedExCup
Justin Thomas has a share of the lead at the season-ending Tour Championship and is in the driver's seat for the FedExCup title.
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Manager: Matsuyama not hurt, just tired
Despite reports that he’s been slowed in recent weeks by a hip injury, Hideki Matsuyama isn’t dealing with anything that a little rest can’t cure.
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Woods progresses to chipping contests with Fowler, Thomas
In his latest website post, Tiger Woods said he still isn't able to take a full swing, but he has progressed to hitting 60-yard shots.
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Lexi stepping away from social media after grandmother's death
Lexi Thompson said in an emotional Instagram post on Friday that she will be stepping away from social media in the wake of her grandmother’s death.
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A look at Stricker's U.S. Presidents Cup pods
U.S. captain Steve Stricker will use a pods system similar to the one Paul Azinger made famous at the 2008 Ryder Cup at Valhalla
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After a shaky start, Spieth rights his ship
FedExCup points leader Jordan Spieth didn't have his A-game to start Round 1 at the Tour Championship, but he quickly found it.
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Unique practice routine helps Simpson contend
Webb Simpson took a different approach to preparation this week at the Tour Championship that might catch on among his PGA Tour colleagues.
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Stanley making most of Tour Championship berth
After twice narrowly missing qualifying for the Tour Championship, Kyle Stanley is not only in the field in Atlanta, he's leading it.
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Stanley (64) takes early lead at Tour Championship
Kyle Stanley shot a 6-under 64 in his first career competitive round at East Lake to take a two-shot lead after the opening round of the season-ending Tour Championship.
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Matthew Euro Solheim captain in native Scotland
Catriona Matthew will lead the European Solheim Cup team when the 2019 matches are staged in her native Scotland, the Ladies European Tour announced on Thursday.
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Phelps: Woods' arrest a 'massive scream for help'
According to a New York Times report, swimming superstar Michael Phelps described Tiger Woods' DUI arrest this year as a "massive scream for help."
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Rahm could take FedExCup and Race to Dubai
This time last year, Jon Rahm was looking at East Lake on television. Now he has a chance to win two different season-long races.
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Perez bemoans physique, swing - but still in finale
Pat Perez doesn't have an athletic build, nor does he have a perfect swing. But he's crafted what he does have into a first appearance at the FedExCup finale.
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It took 7 years, but Leishman is back at East Lake
Mark Leishman's trip to the 2009 Tour Championship helped him lock up Rookie of the Year honors. Seven years later, he's finally back at East Lake.
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Don't expect to see shorts anytime soon on Tour
The European Tour and PGA Championship have recently allowed players to wear shorts in practice, but don't expect the PGA Tour to follow suit.
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Podcast: Evian winner Nordqvist joins the show
Two-time major champion and new friend of the show Anna Nordqvist joins the Golf Channel Podcast to discuss her Evian Championship victory.
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Nervous Thomas ready for 'crazy fun' Prez Cup
Justin Thomas isn’t hiding his excitement as next week’s Presidents Cup approaches. 'It’s going to be a crazy, crazy fun week,' he said on Tuesday at East Lake.
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Spieth's FEC prep? Early dinners and couch time
Jordan Spieth, who is first on the FedExCup points list entering this week, said that balance between being prepared and saving energy can be tricky.
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Tour expands anti-gambling reach as it monitors daily fantasy
The PGA Tour unveiled a new integrity program on Monday, sublimating its long-held policy of forbidding players from gambling and expanding its reach.
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Tour releases 2017-18 schedule of nearly 50 events
The PGA Tour released next season’s schedule on Tuesday, a lineup that includes 49 events, two more than this season, and some questions.
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Spieth, Thomas paired at Tour Championship
As the top two players in the season-long points race, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas will be paired for the opening round of the Tour Championship.
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Tour Championship: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The top-30 players in the FedExCup standings are back at East Lake for the Tour Championship. Here's the key info for the final event of the season.
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Stock Watch: Bad trend for veteran Tour caddies
Marc Leishman and Anna Nordqvist continued their winning ways, but yet another experienced caddie was shown the door.
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Tour hopes to prevent gambling issues with new policy
PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan’s Tuesday’s press conference at the Tour Championship will include plenty of topics.
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Nordqvist moves up to No. 4 after major victory
Anna Nordqvist soared nine spots to No. 4 in Monday’s release of the new Rolex Women’s World Rankings after her win Sunday at the Evian.
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Free admission for first responders at Web Tour Champ.
The Web.com Tour will offer free admission and clubhouse access to all first responders at the upcoming Web.com Tour Championship.
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With no sponsor, Tour out of Tiger's D.C. event
The PGA Tour’s annual stop in the Washington, D.C., area, has terminated its contract with Congressional Country Club.
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Leishman up to world No. 15 after BMW win
Marc Leishman moved up to a career-best 15th in the Official World Ranking after his win Sunday at the BMW Championship.
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McIlroy to play British Masters, then Dunhill Links
After failing to qualify for the Tour Championship, Rory McIlroy has added another start to his upcoming schedule.
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After Further Review: New rules needed - and fast
Nothing served as a better example of everything that’s wrong with the Rules of Golf than the ruling Sergio Garcia needed on the 72nd hole on Sunday.
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After all-too-long ruling, Sergio saves his par
Thanks to one of the more improbable – and lengthy – pars on the final hole in BMW Championship history, Sergio Garcia is on to East Lake.
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Finau, Cantlay, Schauffele crash Tour Championship
The final bubble watch of the season saw familiar faces come up short and several newcomers rally to punch tickets to East Lake and Augusta.
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East Lake-bound: Tour Championship qualifiers
The top 30 players in the FedExCup standings have qualified for the Tour Championship at East Lake, where they will compete for the FedExCup and the $10 million bonus that goes to the winner.
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Spieth isn't ruling out a POY win just yet
Armed with a little extra momentum and the No. 1 seed, Jordan Spieth now sets his sights on East Lake – and potentially muddying the Player of the Year race.
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ANA winner Ryu takes Annika Major Award
So Yeon Ryu claimed the Rolex Annika Major Award on Sunday as the best overall performer in the LPGA’s five major championships this year.
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Mickelson misses Tour Championship by a single shot
After a full season of tournaments and three playoff events, Phil Mickelson fell one shot short of a return to the Tour Championship.
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Leishman wins BMW Championship by five
Thanks to a final-round 67, Marc Leishman rode a five-shot 54-hole lead to a five-shot victory Sunday at the BMW Championship.
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M. Jutanugarn, Ko come up just short
Moriya Jutanugarn and Lydia Ko came up short on Sunday, but they both left the Evian eager to build on what’s right with their games.
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Retiring Miyazato 'felt so much love from everyone'
After holing out for par Sunday at the Evian Championship in her final round before retiring, Ai Miyazato beamed with a smile that wouldn’t go away.
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GB&I wins PGA Cup 16-10
Great Britain & Ireland stormed to victory Sunday in the 28th PGA Cup, holding the U.S. to just one victory in 10 singles matches.
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U.S. pulls within a point in PGA Cup
The United States won three of four afternoon foursomes matches on Saturday to pull within a point of Great Britain & Ireland, 8½ to 7½, in the 28th PGA Cup.
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You Oughta Know: Leishman eyes FedEx's top five
A win Sunday would give Marc Leishman the BMW title and a spot in the FedExCup's top five heading into the season finale at East Lake.
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Day, new caddie can't get irons dialed in
On a day when he failed to track down leader Marc Leishman, Jason Day blamed his inability to accurately gauge how far his irons were traveling.
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Leishman looking a little like Horschel did in 2014
After coming up short at Dell, and with victory in sight at BMW, Marc Leishman is starting to resemble Billy Horschel during his playoff run in 2014.
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Fowler (70) fades after opening with an eagle
Rickie Fowler eagled his first hole Saturday at the BMW. Unfortunately for him, that proved to be a lone highlight on an otherwise fruitless day.
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Leishman leads by five at BMW Championship
Following a closing birdie and a Saturday 68, Marc Leishman will take a five-shot lead over Rickie Fowler and Jason Day into the final round of the BMW.
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Watch: Fowler goes driver off deck, finds green
Standing 264 yards from the hole with all manner of trouble between him and the green, Rickie Fowler decided to hit his driver off the deck Saturday.
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Watch: 11-year-old beats pros in closest to the pin
Eleven-year-old Mattias Henke took on Chris Wood and Max Albertus on Saturday in a closest to the pin challenge, and he came out on top.
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GB&I leads U.S. 4 1/2 to 3 1/2 at PGA Cup
Down 3-1 after the morning fourball session, Great Britain and Ireland rallied in the afternoon foursomes for a 4 1/2 to 3 1/2 lead after Day 1 at the 28th PGA Cup.
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Leishman trying to top past pairing with Tiger
Eight years after his most distinct on-course memory in the Chicago area, Marc Leishman is halfway to topping it at the BMW Championship.
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Fowler scorches back nine for second straight day
If Rickie Fowler had his way, the BMW Championship would simply be played on a loop of the back nine at Conway Farms Golf Club.
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Cantlay suddenly on the verge of Tour Championship
Standing on the precipice of East Lake seemed like an unlikely scenario when Patrick Cantlay started his year hoping to satisfy his medical extension.
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Day makes ace, donates car to Evans Scholars
Jason Day made an ace on the par-3 17th at the BMW, but the Evans Scholars Foundation proved to be a hefty beneficiary from Day’s hole-in-one.
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McIlroy: 'Outside expectation' led to playoff schedule
Rory McIlroy knows he doesn't have much of a chance to make the Tour Championship. But that doesn’t mean he is ready to throw in the towel.
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Players sound off on Evian controversies
Players react to the LPGA’s decision to wipe out scores after Thursday’s abbreviated start and shortening the event to 54 holes.
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Crane DQ'd with two four-shot penalties at Boise Open
Ben Crane was assessed a pair of four-shot penalties and ultimately disqualified from the Albertsons Boise Open because of a pair of non-conforming clubs.
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Creamer WD's from Evian with 'excruciating' pain
Paula Creamer, grouped with Ai Miyazato in her final LPGA event, withdrew from the Evian Championship Friday with a left wrist injury.
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IOC approves golf for 2024 Olympics in Paris
Golf has been approved for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, France, it was announced Friday at the 130th IOC session.
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Korda channels frustration into 67 at Evian
Jessica Korda played well before scores were scrapped at the Evian. She got over her frustration by shooting 4-under 67 on Friday.
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S.H. Park takes advantage of ultimate Evian mulligan
Sung Hyun Park made the most of her reprieve Friday at the Evian Championship, shooting 8-under 63.
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European Tour celebrates 1,000 holes-in-one
Mikko Ilonen aced the par-3 14th hole Friday at the KLM Open, the 1,000th hole-in-one in European Tour history.
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Japan event suspended after N. Korea missile launch
The second round of the Japan Golf Tour’s ANA Open was temporarily suspended after North Korea fired a ballistic missile over the country.
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Day opens with 64 despite caddie change, bad back
Jason Day no longer has Col Swatton to lean on as a caddie, but he still has plenty of positives memories when it comes to Conway Farms Golf Club.
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Leishman keeps momentum going with 9-under 62
Marc Leishman couldn't close out a win at the Dell Technologies, but he's right back at the top of the leaderboard at the BMW.
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Spieth 'stole a few shots' in opening 65 at BMW
After a season that has already included three wins and a major title, there’s little downside for Jordan Spieth this week at the BMW Championship.
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