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Today in Golf

Gerina Piller's husband Martin talks about her experience at the Rio Olympics.
Hear from Jim Furyk after his third round at the Wyndham Championship.
Brandt Snedeker discusses what it will take for him to make a run in the final round of the Wyndham Championship.
Billy Horschel talks about the work he's put into his game in the past year.
Luke Donald talks with the media after his Saturday round at the Wyndham Championship.
While Si Woo Kim could be on his way to his first PGA Tour win, Whee Kim could be on his way out of the FedEx Cup Playoffs.
A difficult season for Luke Donald could end on a very different note Sunday with a victory at the Wyndham Championship.
Defending champion Juli Inkster shot a 4-under 68 on Saturday for a share of the first-round lead in The Legends Championship with Becky Iverson and Trish Johnson.
Scott Langley fires a 62 on moving day at the Wyndham Championship.
After a mediocre summer, Graeme McDowell has again found a spark at the Wyndham Championship, where he is tied for sixth after a third-round 64.
This week, with more exposure going to women’s golf than ever before, Shanshan Feng knew it was a chance for more people to see her play golf.
When Inbee Park missed the cut at June’s KPMG Women’s PGA Championship the pieces of her Olympic plan began falling into place.
Lydia Ko birdied three of her last five holes, including an 8-footer at the last to finish alone in second place at 11 under par, a stroke clear of China’s Shanshan Feng.
Inbee Park put on a Katie Ledecky-like performance, overcoming injury and intense pressure to win the gold.
Paige Mackenzie and Brandel Chamblee share their final thoughts about golf in the Rio Olympics.
Charley Hull missed a chance for Great Britain to be on the golf podium for a second consecutive week.
Former Chairman and CEO of Travelers, Jay Fishman, passes away at the age of 63.
Brandel Chamblee and Paige Mackenzie break down some of the critical holes on the Olympic Golf Course.
Brandel Chamblee and Paige Mackenzie discuss the impact of the Rio Olympics on the game of golf.
There was a time on Saturday when it looked like Americans could occupy two spots on the Olympic podium. They ended up occupying none.