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Arnold Palmer, a seven-time major winner, Hall of Famer and golf's most beloved figure died Sunday. He was 87 years old. Read More
Arnold Palmer died on Sunday at 87 and the golf world took to social media to pay respect to the King. Read More
With clutch shots and one final clutch putt, Rory McIlroy roared from behind to with the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup. Read More
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Ten AJGA juniors qualified to compete among the top female golfers in the world at the 65th U.S. Women's Open.
David Toms has withdrawn from the British Open to rest an ailing right shoulder, and Anthony Kim formally pulled out as he recovers from thumb surgery.

Big Break Sandals Resorts’ contestant Ryann O’Toole recorded her second win as a professional on Sunday at the Falls Auto Group Classic in London, Ky.  O&rsquo

Rolex Tournament of Champions results
With the PGA Tour John Deere Classic returning to TPC Deere Run, the golf spotlight shines once again on Illinois.
Royal and Ancient Club chief executive Peter Dawson said on Tuesday that organizers have taken into account the pounds weakened position against the dollar and the euro.
Blasting into the week ahead, from mighty Oakmont to a Scottish test before the British Open.
A twist of fate shifts the balance of power and these ladies will need Lady Luck on their side! Watch Big Break Sandals Resorts Mondays at 9 p.m. ET only on Golf Channel.
Greg Norman explains more about the shots he selected and the best way to approach each shot. Watch an all-new episode of Big Break Sandals Resorts Mondays at 9 p.m. ET.
Is there any doubt who has now claimed the No. 1 spot on the Power Rankings?
Another continent, the same out-of-form Tiger Woods.
Tom Abbott and Stephanie Sparks discuss the Greg Norman's special appearance, the Glass Break and the plays of the day. Watch Big Break Sandals Resorts on Golf Channel.
The third player to leave the show, Maiya Tanaka , discusses the ups and downs of being on the Big Break including being eliminated by a former college teammate.
Maiya Tanaka , the third player eliminated from Big Break Sandals Resorts, addresses nerves when facing a shot with distractions and proves that she can make the chip shot onto the green over a wall.
Six birdies in the final round helped Anthony Paolucci of Del Mar, Calif., capture the 33rd annual Rolex Tournament of Champions to finish as the only player in the field under par at 1-under-par 287. Kristen Park of Buena Park, Calif., birdied the final two holes to win the Girls Division by four strokes at Blessings Golf Club.
Tiger Woods will headline an Irish charity tournament this week, though it could be his last with the No. 1 ranking.

As if his second victory in a month wasn’t enough to lift Justin Rose’s spirits, Sunday’s triumph at AT&T National also solidified his spot at next week’s British Open a

In Philly speak, Justin Rose's victory was Rocky hoisting an oversized check instead of Adrian.
Ryan Moore is off to St. Andrews. He had the game to get to the British Open, he just needs to find his passport to start the trip.
This week major champions, proven stars and rising phenoms are all looking to move up the FedExCup standings. And for a certain few this is their last chance to get into the Open Championship.

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