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Today in Golf

As the calendar shifts to the end of a long wraparound schedule, John Hawkins turns his attention toward golf's home stretch.
Jim Furyk may be disappointed after another close call, but there was a silver lining: At least he wrapped up a Ryder Cup berth.
From Spain's impressive International Crown coronation to Jim Furyk letting another lead slip away, Golf Channel's Lauren Thompson brings you the latest from the world of golf.
Round up the weekend's action where Spain won the inaugural International Crown, Bernhard Langer stormed to the Senior Open, and Jim Furyk lost after leading through 54 holes in Canada.
Tim Clark was a fairway-finding machine en route to winning the RBC Canadian Open on Sunday. How can you improve your driving accuracy numbers?
Paul McGinley can now give the Ryder Cup his undivided attention.
After another blown 54-hole lead, Jim Furyk can at least take solace in the fact that he moved up to No. 8 in the latest OWGR..

Jin Jeong recalls his career changing win at the 2013 ISPS HANDA Perth International.

Jarrod Lyle finished 11 under par, good for a share of 11th place, in his return to golf on U.S. soil.
Sadena Parks become the second black winner in Symetra Tour history Sunday, rallying to win the SEFCU Championship at Capital Hills.
Beatriz Recari guaranteed victory Wednesday, and on Sunday she and her Spanish teammates won the first Int'l Crown.
After further review, it was a tough week for the industry, albeit one with bright spots like Jarrod Lyle and the International Crown.
Someone had to win theRBC Canadian Open duel between players who have made a career of finishing second.
Terry Gannon and Judy Rankin recap the final round and Team Spain's win at the International Crown tournament.
Spain's Belen Mozo clinched the inaugural International Crown for her country on Sunday at Caves Valley in Baltimore, Maryland.
Carlota Ciganda breezed to an early victory to set the tone and Spain won all four of its singles matches Sunday to capture the inaugural International Crown.
The United States’ failure to make it into Sunday singles isn’t going to cause an overhaul of the International Crown’s format.