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Shuffling its lineup, the U.S. team won both matches Friday and is in contention to reach the singles in the International Crown. Read More
Paula Creamer and Stacy Lewis won their match Friday, but Creamer's biggest thrill: meeting Michael Phelps. Read More
Tiger Woods' Ryder Cup hopes may come down to his ability to make the FedEx Cup Playoffs. Read More
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Today in Golf

The latest news and highlights from the RBC Canadian Open, International Crown and Senior British Open.
Friday highlights from the Senior British Open Championship, where Bernhard Langer leads by seven shots after 36 holes.
Highlights from Day 2 of the Midwest Classic, where Jarrod Lyle shot a 2-under round of 69. Lyle, a two-time cancer survivor, is making his return to competitive golf in the U.S. this week.
Canadian Graham Delaet shoots a 7-under record tying 63 on the Royal Montreal course Friday at the RBC Canadian Open.
Jim Furyk shoots a 7-under record tying 63 on the Royal Montreal course Friday at the RBC Canadian Open.
On Friday at the 2014 International Crown, USA was the only team to change their pairings and it paid off in a big way. Golf Central's Scott Rude has the report.
Davis Riley outlasted Sam Horsfield on the 21st hole Friday in the U.S. Junior Amateur to set up an all-America final against William Zalatoris.
Kay Cockerill and Whit Watson recap Friday play at the 2014 U.S.
Caroline Hedwall is keeping her unbeaten streak going in international team play with a win and a halve through two days at the International Crown.
Friday Pool B highlights from Day 2 fourball play at the International Crown.
Friday Pool A highlights from Day 2 fourball play at the International Crown.
Japanese golf fans will remember it as a terrific comeback. Australian golf fans will remember it as an epic collapse.
Paula Creamer and Stacy Lewis won their match Friday, but Creamer's biggest thrill: meeting Michael Phelps.
Shuffling its lineup, the U.S. team won both matches Friday and is in contention to reach the singles in the International Crown.
Two-time winner Jim Furyk birdied two of his last four holes Friday for a 7-under 63 and a share of the Canadian Open lead with Tim Petrovic.
After losing in the finals last year, Davis Riley advanced to the championship match of the U.S. Junior Amateur, where he will face Will Zalatoris.
Saturday isn’t moving day at the International Crown. It’s elimination day.

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