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Phil Mickelson will need a short memory in PGA at Baltusrol

Phil Mickelson is sharp in a lot of ways, but he’s not Billy Casper, who seemed to be able to recall nearly every shot he ever hit. Or maybe he was such a great storyteller that he never let the details get in the way. Mickelson admits there’s only one golf course that can stir his memory and make...

  • Lydia Ko outlasts Jutanugarn, Lee in Marathon playoff

    Lydia Ko outlasted Ariya Jutanugarn and Mirim Lee to win the Marathon Classic on Sunday for her fourth LPGA Tour victory of the season. The top-ranked Ko made a 10-foot birdie putt on the fourth extra hole after Jutanugarn and Lee ran into trouble. "Just to see a putt drop for birdie I think kind...

  • Henrik Stenson holds a one-shot lead over Phil Mickelson at the British Open

    Henrik Stenson holds a one-shot lead over Phil Mickelson at the British Open

    Phil Mickelson and Henrik Stenson are hardly enemies, but even friends would be getting sick of each other by now with the time the two have spent together this year. By Stenson’s count, they’ve been paired together in the Masters, U.S. Open, Players Championship and just last week in the Scottish...

  • British Open notes: 'Beef' is enjoying his experience at Royal Troon

    British Open notes: 'Beef' is enjoying his experience at Royal Troon

    Andrew “Beef” Johnston will almost certainly not win the British Open; he was seven shots back going into the final round at Royal Troon. He’s guaranteed to be the guy who can say he was second to the champion in reveling in the experience. Already something of a folk hero because of his sizable...

  • Mickelson one shot away from history at British Open

    Mickelson one shot away from history at British Open

    Phil Mickelson on Thursday came within about a half of a golf ball from major championship immortality. The five-time major winner had a 16-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole of the British Open at Royal Troon to record the first score of 62 in the history of majors. His ball was dead on line to...

  • Patrick Reed expresses his appreciation for Scotland at British Open

    Patrick Reed expresses his appreciation for Scotland at British Open

    Patrick Reed has rubbed his fellow players on the PGA Tour the wrong way sometimes with his assured confidence, and at only 25, he’s not among the cool group of his generation. He doesn’t post buddy vacation photos from faraway islands. He’s got some new friends in Scotland, though. Reed holed...

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