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Ariya Jutanugarn takes 1-shot lead with 66 at LPGA Shanghai

Ariya Jutanugarn shot a 6-under 66 to take a one-stroke lead after the first round of the Buick LPGA Shanghai tournament on Thursday. The Thai player had six birdies in a bogey-free round, including three straight on Nos. 4, 5, and 6. “I always have so much fun when I play in Asia,” said Jutanugarm,...

  • Europe finishes off dominant week to win back Ryder Cup

    Tiger Woods, U.S. looking for another historic comeback at the Ryder Cup

    SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, France — Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas got things started on the final day of the Ryder Cup, with Europe holding a commanding lead and the United States hoping for another historic comeback.

  • Europe builds 10-6 lead in Ryder Cup behind 'Moliwood'

    Europe builds 10-6 lead in Ryder Cup behind 'Moliwood'

    Europe's latest Ryder Cup sensation is called "Moliwood," and what a show Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood produced at the Ryder Cup on Saturday. And now for the final act. Molinari and Fleetwood became the first European tandem to win all four matches, leading their team to the brink of...

  • Same ol' story: Tiger Woods takes another tumble at Ryder Cup

    Same ol' story: Tiger Woods takes another tumble at Ryder Cup

    SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, France — Tiger Woods kept bending over in anguish, his shoulders sinking further and further, the energy ebbing as he made his way around Le Golf National for the second time Saturday. It was the body language of a tired, defeated golfer. Quite a contrast to the previous...

  • Tiger Woods back in U.S. Ryder Cup lineup Saturday after Europe surges to 5-3 Day 1 lead

    Tiger Woods back in U.S. Ryder Cup lineup Saturday after Europe surges to 5-3 Day 1 lead

    Three matches in the books, three red points on the board and Tiger Woods still on the golf course. This was exactly the start the Americans wanted in the Ryder Cup. And then Europe finished even better. Four hours later, the cheers at Le Golf National ramped up to a feverish pitch as Europe swept...

  • Koepka shaken after bloodying fan's head with tee shot

    Koepka shaken after bloodying fan's head with tee shot

    Brooks Koepka found no reason to be intimidated by playing in the Ryder Cup because golf isn't a contact sport. But it became one under the worst circumstances. And it shook him up. Koepka's wild tee shot on the par-4 sixth hole struck a woman in the gallery and bloodied her head. He said he checked...

  • Ryder Cup ready to start with pressure on for everyone

    Ryder Cup ready to start with pressure on for everyone

    Jim Furyk has spent four days watching his team play loose and confident, two key ingredients he hopes will allow the Americans to end 25 years without winning the Ryder Cup away from home. He can only hope that is what he sees when the shots at Le Golf National really count. “What would make me...

  • European Ryder Cup team says it's unified amid Brexit tension

    European Ryder Cup team says it's unified amid Brexit tension

    Amid tensions caused by Britain's looming departure from the European Union, the captain of Europe's Ryder Cup team said Thursday his players were an example of how the continent “stands as one.” Thomas Bjorn, a Dane who lives in London, used his speech at the opening ceremony of golf's biggest...

  • Team USA looks to plant flag on European soil for first time at Ryder Cup since 1993

    Team USA looks to plant flag on European soil for first time at Ryder Cup since 1993

    SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, France — The American team at the Ryder Cup is one of the strongest ever. It features nine players who have combined to win 31 major championships, nearly half of those by Tiger Woods, who signaled his return last week by winning the Tour Championship. It has Dustin Johnson,...

  • Ryder Cup can be one more facet of Tiger Woods' revival tour

    Ryder Cup can be one more facet of Tiger Woods' revival tour

    When the gallery at East Lake Golf Club spilled onto the 18th fairway Sunday afternoon, it became difficult to find Tiger Woods in its midst. Golf is such a solitary pursuit — so often just the hole, the ball, the club and the player — that even its most triumphant occasions are normally celebrated...

  • Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson pairing unlikely in Ryder Cup; plus Tiger meets another Tiger

    Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson pairing unlikely in Ryder Cup; plus Tiger meets another Tiger

    SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, France — Hold off on that return of a Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson pairing in the Ryder Cup. U.S. captain Jim Furyk said Wednesday it's "probably not too likely." Mickelson raised speculation the day before by saying he and Woods would welcome a chance to play together,...

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