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The United States' Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed will take on Europe's Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson in the opening match of the 41st Ryder Cup. Read More
After days of Ryder Cup blather, it's time to start playing and find out whether the U.S. task force will make a difference. Read More
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Meet the newest hero of the 2016 Ryder Cup - some random heckler who just took $100 off Justin Rose. Read More
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Today in Golf

Cristie Kerr isnt trying to improve on perfection. Shes only trying to maintain it.
Steve Stricker is well rested, pain free and ready to defend his title at the John Deere Classic.
Phil Mickelson is choosing competition over course conditions as he prepares for the next major.

OAKMONT, Pa. – Juli Inkster feels for LPGA pros who would like to follow her model in how to balance motherhood and a pro career.

OAKMONT, Pa. – Juli Inkster lost in a playoff to Patty Sheehan when the U.S. Women’s Open was played at Oakmont back in 1992.

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OAKMONT, Pa. – It’s always enlightening to hear how players see their toughest competition.

OAKMONT, Pa. – Twenty-three teenagers are in the field of 156 players at this week’s U.S. Women’s Open.

Eleven of them are under 18.

The Scottish Open has this year lost some of its chief attractions as the warmup event before the British Open.
John Hawkins writes that Tiger may want to take a look at the past when concerned about his his future.
On the next Golf in America, at the young age of 99, Errie Ball is the last living player from the first ever Masters Tournament.
Golf has been a major part of Depe family for three generations. In 1999, an automobile accident almost took the life of Sam Depe III, resulting in the amputation of both of his legs.

OAKMONT, Pa. – Michelle Wie tied for third at the 2006 U.S. Women’s Open at Newport Country Club when she was 16 years old.

Oakmont Country Club, a demanding course capable of producing scores in the 90s, is tormenting the U.S. Womens Open golfers with a different kind of problem: temperatures in the 90s.
Even though he tied for 46th at the AT&T National ' his first time out of the top 40 in five years among tournaments that he completed ' Woods stayed at No. 1 in the world.

OAKMONT, Pa. – Nobody arrived at the U.S. Women’s Open with more confidence this week than Cristie Kerr.

OAKMONT, Pa. – Cristie Kerr’s assessment of Oakmont is at odds with what players are feeling in their practice rounds for the U.S. Women’s Open this week.

For Michelle Wie and those who follow her, the wait goes on.

Is women’s golf better off with a pack of players dueling for No. 1 or a dominant star leading the way?

After another warm welcome from the Irish public, Tiger Woods turned curt and dismissive at a news conference Tuesday when asked about his state of mind since the sex scandal thats wrecked his marriage.

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