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  • Extra Cup motivation not necessary for Johnson

    (Reuters) - American Zach Johnson says he does not need any extra motivation at this month's Ryder Cup in Scotland where the United States will bid to improve on a dismal record of seven losses to Europe in the last nine editions. The last time the teams...
  • Could R&A vote help Chicago land a U.S. Open?

    Could R&A vote help Chicago land a U.S. Open?
    The Royal and Ancient Golf Club in St. Andrews, Scotland, voted Thursday to open its doors to women, ending 260 years of male-only membership. That raises the question: Could that vote signal a change in the Chicago area, which has four all-male clubs...
  • Players to be schooled on Games' anti-doping policy

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Golfers who are policed by an anti-doping code on the PGA Tour that is viewed by critics as too opaque will have to adapt to a much more transparent program if they qualify to compete at the 2016 Olympic Games. Unlike the...
  • Is the depth of PGA Tour talent stronger than ever?

    CARY North Carolina (Reuters) - It is often said that the depth of talent on the PGA Tour has become stronger than ever, but does this apparently widespread belief stand up to statistical analysis? There are several ways to 'measure' depth but, at...
  • Best three weeks come at perfect time for Horschel

    ATLANTA (Reuters) - Billy Horschel felt "surreal" after producing the best three weeks of his golfing career just when he need to, capping an astonishing playoff run with a three-shot victory at the Tour Championship on Sunday. With his PGA Tour season...
  • 'Incredible' Atlanta homecoming for FedExCup leader Kirk

    ATLANTA (Reuters) - American Chris Kirk could not have scripted it any better as he heads into this week's Tour Championship finale atop the FedExCup standings, in prime position to clinch overall playoff honors in his home town. The 29-year-old...
  • Makeshift caddie change no problem for Day at East Lake

    ATLANTA (Reuters) - Six days after Jason Day pulled out of the BMW Championship with a back complaint, his caddie was forced to withdraw from the opening round of the elite Tour Championship on Thursday because of a back issue. Caddie Col Swatton left...
  • Sideline Chatter: No wonder Fresno State runs so many hook patterns

    When Fresno State fans yell "hold that line" these days, they don't mean football. The Bulldogs' two-man entry took top honors at the FLW College Fishing Western Conference event on New Melones Lake, Calif. The guys wearing Fresno pads and helmets,...
  • No pain for Furyk after yet another runner-up spot

    ATLANTA (Reuters) - Jim Furyk has not tasted victory on the PGA Tour for four frustrating years but he had very little to complain about after recording his fourth runner-up spot of the season at the Tour Championship on Sunday. The veteran American went...
  • Rose close to 'a great year' after two 2014 wins

    ATLANTA (Reuters) - Tournament wins on both sides of the Atlantic have made 2014 "a good year" for world number five Justin Rose, who says a slightly better showing in the majors would have transformed his campaign into a great one. For the most part,...
  • Tired finish for McIlroy to end stellar PGA Tour season

    ATLANTA (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy's bid to add several exclamation points to his brilliant PGA Tour season was derailed at the Tour Championship on Sunday as the world number one succumbed to mental fatigue after a hectic 10-week run. Competing in his...