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The U.S. has the same lead it had at Medinah in 2012, but captain Davis Love III rejects comparisons to what turned into a disaster. Read More
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Europeans don't seem to be wearing hats this week at Hazeltine. But if they were, Rory McIlroy's would be black. He's riling up the U.S. crowd and loving it. Read More
After sweeping Friday’s foursome session, U.S. Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III went back to virtually the same lineup for alternate shot on Day 2. Read More
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How close is the battle for No. 1 in women’s professional golf?

CEO William Carey is set to announce tomorrow at their Green Ribbon Cutting Ceremony that Dixon Golf is unveiling its latest product - the Dixon Fire golf ball.

For Big Break Sandals Resorts contestants Ryann O’Toole and Seema Sadekar, their “Big Break may come sooner than expected.  Both earned sponsor exemptio

Louis Oosthuizen never let the silver claret jug out of his sight as he celebrated into the morning hours at the Jigger Inn across from the 17th fairway at St. Andrews.
Billy Joe Tolliver wins third Tahoe celbrity golf title
Tommy Gainey becomes Nationwide's first two-time winner of 2010
Mike Weir and the boys are headed north to Canada for Golf's third oldest championship. The RBC Canadian Open coverage begins Thursday LIVE at 2:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. ET only on Golf Channel.
Matt Bettencourt chipped in for an eagle on the 11th hole, then held off Bob Heintz by a stroke to win for the first time on the PGA Tour.

Should the Old Course at St. Andrews host the Open Championship every year? Rex Hoggard and Jay Coffin offer their takes.

Rory McIlroy's Friday round of 80 cost him dearly at the Open Championship.
Tiger Woods remains four majors shy of Jack Nicklaus' record. But so close seems so far away.
The tee shot sailed into the prickly gorse, and with it went any chance Paul Casey had of winning the British Open.
Top South African politicians say that Louis Oosthuizen has done the country proud with his spectacular seven-stroke victory in the British Open at St. Andrews.
Louis Oosthuizen dominated the Old Course for a seven-stroke win at the Open Championship. He's not Jack Nicklaus or Tiger Woods, but as Rex Hoggard writes, the right man captured the claret jug.
Top South African politicians say that Louis Oosthuizen has done the country proud with his spectacular seven-stroke victory in the British Open at St. Andrews.
Hardly anyone knew Louis Oosthuizen, much less how to pronounce his name. Not many will forget the performance he delivered at the home of golf to capture the British Open.
Complete coverage of the 2010 Open Championship

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland – Tiger Woods says he hasn’t driven the ball this well in years. It’s just his putting was terrible this week. Funny how the game works.

What do you do when you are not playing the game well? You might go to a different teacher. Maybe you would try to do some work on your own to find your game.
“Pros don’t hit it in the hotel. Only you guys.”

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