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  • Americans struggle on Day 1 of Olympic golf but rave about the experience

    Americans struggle on Day 1 of Olympic golf but rave about the experience

    The first round of Olympic golf since 1904 delivered a hole-in-one, ill-timed clicks of the camera, some wildlife, a course record and lots of pars (and worse) from the U.S. foursome of Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler, Patrick Reed and Matt Kuchar. Only Kuchar, who shot a 2-under 69, was on the kosher...

  • Jim Furyk living real-life dream: First a tour-record score, now Payne Stewart award

    Jim Furyk living real-life dream: First a tour-record score, now Payne Stewart award

    PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem wanted to make one thing clear Tuesday upon announcing that Jim Furyk of Ponte Vedra Beach would be the recipient of the Payne Stewart Award, which annually honors a player's contributions to golf through charitable endeavors, sportsmanship and his play on the...

  • Digest: First Tee of Greater Baltimore golfers headed to Pebble Beach

    Digest: First Tee of Greater Baltimore golfers headed to Pebble Beach

    The First Tee of Greater Baltimore is sending Jairus Gaines, a junior at Gilman, and Kendel Abrams, a junior at Susquehannock in Glen Rock, Pa., to compete in the Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach, Calif., an official PGA Tour Champions event Sept. 13-18. Gaines and Abrams will join...

  • Jim Furyk shoots PGA Tour record 58 in final round of Travelers Championship

    Jim Furyk shoots PGA Tour record 58 in final round of Travelers Championship

    Jim Furyk set a PGA Tour record Sunday, shooting a 58 during the final round of the Travelers Championship, which was won by Russell Knox, who saved par with a 12-foot putt on the final hole to beat hometown favorite Jerry Kelly by a stroke.  The 46-year-old Furyk got it going early, making his...

  • Berger shoots 62 to take lead after 3 rounds at Travelers

    Berger shoots 62 to take lead after 3 rounds at Travelers

    CROMWELL, Conn. — Daniel Berger, last season's rookie of the year on the PGA Tour, missed three cuts in January and February and began hearing the whispers. "Everyone was starting to say sophomore slump and that kind of got me upset a little bit," he said. "Not upset, but kind of like, 'Come on,...

  • Daniel Berger tied for lead at Travelers Championship

    Daniel Berger tied for lead at Travelers Championship

    CROMWELL, Conn. — Daniel Berger says he's healthy again and hoping to regain the form that helped him to his first PGA Tour title two months ago. Last year's rookie of the year followed his first-round 66 with a 67 on Friday for a share of the lead in the Travelers Championship. He matched 2012...

  • Nike to get out of golf equipment business

    Nike to get out of golf equipment business

    Nike is getting out of the golf equipment business, a surprising announcement Wednesday that is sure to send Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and other players searching for new clubs and golf balls next season. Nike said it would stop making clubs, golf balls and golf bags, instead devoting its resources...

  • Digest: Evan Katz, RuQing Guan win AJGA Junior at Cattail Creek

    Digest: Evan Katz, RuQing Guan win AJGA Junior at Cattail Creek

    Evan Katz of Washington rallied on the last day to win the boys division of the AJGA Junior golf tournament at Cattail Creek in Glenwood, and RuQing Guan of China went wire-to-wire in the girls division. Katz, who has committed to Duke, shot a final-day 2-under 69, including five birdies and a...

  • PGA Championship win brings Jimmy Walker and caddie Andy Sanders full circle

    PGA Championship win brings Jimmy Walker and caddie Andy Sanders full circle

    It was an experience too surreal for Andy Sanders to fully comprehend. Sixteen years ago, he met Jimmy Walker on the 10th tee of the Upper Course at Baltusrol Golf Club because they were both competing in the 2000 U.S. Amateur. They struck up a friendship and played practice rounds together. On...

  • Jimmy Walker wins PGA Championship to become fourth first-time major winner this year

    Jimmy Walker wins PGA Championship to become fourth first-time major winner this year

    For the average sports fan, Jimmy Walker may be as colorless as the clothes he wore on Sunday. All black. At 37, Walker is too old to be cool. He’s too soft-spoken to demand your attention. His game has been so steadily unspectacular there was really no reason to take much notice of him even after...

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