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  • Sept08

    Lydia Ko regains form, ties Lexi Thompson for Indy lead

    Lydia Ko delivered a clear message to her LPGA Tour rivals Friday. She’s having fun again – and she’s ready to start winning again.
  • Sept07

    Lexi Thompson shoots 63 to take LPGA Tour lead in Indy

    Lexi Thompson shot a 9-under 63 to take a one-shot lead over Sandra Gal and Kris Tamulis in the LPGA Tour’s inaugural Indy Women in Tech Championship. Thompson had 11 birdies and two bogeys to fall a stroke short of the Brickyard Crossing record set by Mike McCullough in the PGA Tour Champions’ 1999 Comfort Classic.
  • Sept06

    Michelle Wie withdraws from Evian, recovering from appendicitis

    Michelle Wie has withdrawn from The Evian Championship as she recovers from surgery to remove her appendix. The 27-year-old Wie withdrew from the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open before the final round Aug. 27 and had the surgery that night at Ottawa Hospital. The Evian Championship, the final major of the LPGA Tour season, begins Sept. 14 in France.
  • Phil Mickelson, Anirban Lahiri among 4 added to Presidents Cup

    Phil Mickelson has been selected as a captain’s pick for the Presidents Cup and will be on a U.S. team for the 23rd consecutive time. U.S. captain Steve Stricker also chose Charley Hoffman. International captain Nick Price took Emiliano Grillo and Anirban Lahiri. Lahiri missed a short putt on the 18th hole in the last Presidents Cup that was pivotal in another American victory.
  • Sept05

    Spieth, Thomas good friends, not yet rivals

    NORTON, Mass. – Justin Thomas is three months older than Jordan Spieth and trying to catch up. It’s been that way for 10 years, ever since they met on the practice range before the final round of the Junior All-Star at Walnut Creek southwest of Dallas in the spring of 2007. They were 13 and tied for the lead after each opened with a 68 on the 6,385-yard course.
  • Sept04

    Justin Thomas wins Dell Championship for 5th title of the season

    The victories keep piling up for Justin Thomas, and all that does is make him want more.
  • Sept03

    Scott McCarron wins 4th PGA Tour Champions title of year

    Scott McCarron won the Shaw Charity Classic on Sunday for his fourth PGA Tour Champions title of the season.
  • Justin Thomas, Marc Leishman share lead at Dell Championship

    The best players are on top of their games for the second straight week of the FedEx Cup playoffs.
  • Stacy Lewis wins Portland Classic, gives earnings to hometown relief efforts

    Stacy Lewis won for Houston.
  • Sept02

    Scott McCarron eagles 18th to take 2-shot lead in Calgary

    Scott McCarron eagled the par-5 18th for a 6-under 64 and a two-stroke lead Saturday in the PGA Tour Champions’ Shaw Charity Classic.
  • Stacy Lewis holds lead at Portland Classic

    Stacy Lewis took a three-stroke lead Saturday in the Cambia Portland Classic in her bid make a big donation to hurricane relief in her hometown and end a long winless streak.
  • Jon Rahm builds a 2-shot lead at halfway point at Dell Championship

    Jon Rahm accomplished so much so quickly that he began to wonder what else was left for him to achieve in his first full year on the PGA Tour. He now has 10 million reasons to play his best golf.
  • Sept01

    Stacy Lewis tied for lead, giving winnings to hurricane relief

    Stacy Lewis shot an 8-under 64 for a share of the Cambia Portland Classic lead – and a chance to make a big donation to hurricane relief in her hometown. From The Woodlands in the Houston area, Lewis is giving her earnings this week to the relief efforts. Two-time defending champion Brooke Henderson and In Gee Chun matched Lewis at 10-under.
  • Kevin Sutherland shoots 62 to take lead in Calgary

    Kevin Sutherland shot an 8-under 62 to take one-stroke lead over California childhood rival Scott McCarron in the PGA Tour Champions’ Shaw Charity Classic. Sutherland played his final nine at Canyon Meadows in 6-under 29.
  • Dustin Johnson posts 5-under 66 for 1-shot lead in Boston

    Dustin Johnson finally has another victory and is playing like he wants a lot more. One week after Johnson won in a playoff, he easily handled the early cold and a steady wind at the TPC Boston. He shot a 5-under 66 to take a 1-shot lead in the opening round of the Dell Technologies Championship. Sergio Garcia and Jon Rahm were among those one shot back.
  • Aug31

    In Gee Chun leads in Portland; Brooke Henderson shot back

    In Gee Chun shot a 6-under 66 in the Cambia Portland Classic to take a one-stroke lead over two-time defending champion Brooke Henderson and five others. Playing the event for the first time, the sixth-ranked Chun had seven birdies and a bogey at tree-lined Columbia Edgewater.
  • Tiger Woods posts video practicing short game

    The latest image of Tiger Woods looked more familiar. He had a golf club in his hand. Woods tweeted a short video that showed him hitting a chip shot with a message that his doctor gave him the OK to start pitching. His mug shot from a Florida jail went viral after his Memorial Day arrest for DUI. Woods says it was a bad mix of subscription medicine for back pain.
  • Boston has a tough act to follow in FedEx Cup playoffs

    The second act of the FedEx Cup playoffs has a tough act to follow after Dustin Johnson beat Jordan Spieth in a duel on Long Island. The Dell Technologies Championship has plenty more at stake at the TPC Boston. This is the final week to qualify for the Presidents Cup, and for some players, it could be the final week of their seasons.
  • Aug29

    Charley Hoffman not satisfied with his year unless he wins

    Charley Hoffman is closing in on making the Presidents Cup team for the first time. He has reached as high as No. 20 in the world, the best of his career. He is headed back to the Tour Championship. By all measures, the 40-year-old is having his best year.
  • Aug27

    Jerry Kelly wins Boeing Classic for first senior title

    Jerry Kelly won the Boeing Classic on Sunday for his first PGA Tour Champions title, closing with a 6-under 66 for a one-stroke victory over Jerry Smith.