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  • Edoardo Molinari’s finishing flourish earns Ryder Cup wild card

     
    Colin Montgomerie won't say whether Edoardo Molinari was one of the three players on his Ryder Cup wild-card list before Sunday's 16th hole at the Johnnie Walker Championship. The European captain will say, though, that Molinari's birdie/birdie/birdie...
  • Did Charley Hoffman play his way into Ryder Cup berth?

     
    A week ago, Edoardo Molinari's birdie/birdie/birdie finish to win the Johnnie Walker Championship was impressive enough to earn a Ryder Cup berth from European captain Colin Montgomerie and his staff. Could a similar invitation be in store for Charley...
  • Tiger Woods officially eliminated from FedEx Cup chase

     
    Tiger Woods' defense of the FedEx Cup is over. So, too, likely is his season in the United States. A closing 1-under-par 70 left Woods well short of the top-5 finish he needed at the BMW Championship to crack the top 30 on the points list. For the first...
  • Corey Pavin: Tiger Woods’ Ryder Cup partner could be ‘almost anybody’

     
    You can't blame U.S. Ryder Cup captain Corey Pavin for keeping his Tiger Woods pairing options close to his cornflower-hued vest. There are limits, however. And Pavin might have strained the believability line during today's phone chat with reporters. &#...
  • Tiger Woods could have a reduced role in Ryder Cup play

     
    Tiger Woods might have a reduced role when the United States takes on Europe in the Ryder Cup on Oct. 1-3 at Celtic Manor in Wales. U.S. Captain Corey Pavin understands Woods' passion for the game and competition, but said......
  • Tiger Woods’ caddie bumped from Ryder Cup charter

     
    Call it an auspicious departure for the U.S. Ryder Cup team. Or just blame it on the air travel industry like everything else. Problems with the team's charter prompted officials to bump three caddies from Sunday night's Atlanta-to-Wales flight -...
  • Watson Wins Travelers Championship Playoff For First PGA Tour Title

    — Bubba Watson tried to line up the putt that looked a lot longer than 40 inches on the second playoff hole Sunday. "When I bent down to get behind it to act like I was lining it up, I was trying to breathe," he said. "I couldn't feel my arms I was...
  • Rose Opens 4-Shot Lead With 62

    Rose Opens 4-Shot Lead With 62
    — Justin Rose is in front of the Travelers Championship because of his domination of the back. Rose recorded five consecutive birdies on Nos. 11-15 and shot an 8-under-par 62 Friday in the second round at TPC River Highlands. His 14-under 126 gave...
  • Thursday Usually A Day For Dreamers At Travelers

    Thursday in Cromwell can mean only one thing. Possibilities. OK, one possibility is out. Corey Pavin's not playing in the 2010 Ryder Cup. "That won't happen," the 50-year-old captain of the U.S. team said, laughing, after his 5-under-par 65 left him...
  • Watson Triumphs On A Day That Had It All

    If you saw the pitching wedge Bubba Watson topped from a fairway bunker into the water on the 17th hole, you saw a piece of it. If you saw his monster drive on 18, the one that bounced off the cart path 396 yards into Travelers Championship legend, yes,...
  • Rose's Thorns Come Out On Final Nine

    As Justin Rose approached the clubhouse after completing his round at TPC River Highlands on Sunday, he smiled while cradling his 16-month-old son. He didn't look like a guy tormented by a final-round meltdown. "You've got to put things in perspective,"...
  • Campbell Gets Pleasant Surprise On 16th

    Chad Campbell couldn't see the ball on the 16th green at TPC River Highlands on Thursday, and the lack of an ovation left him even more confused. As he neared the pin, he grew more certain: The ball had gone in the hole. "It was so early that there were...