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  • Internationals
  • 1
  • Oosthuizen:Grace
  • 8:35 PM ET
  • Johnson:Spieth
  • Lee:Bae
  • 8:50 PM ET
  • Fowler:Walker
  • Scott:Day
  • 9:05 PM ET
  • Johnson:Mickelson
  • Leishman:Bowditch
  • 9:20 PM ET
  • Holmes:Watson
  • Jaidee:Schwartzel
  • 9:35 PM ET
  • Haas:Kirk
  • Watson:Holmes
  • 3 and 2
  • Scott:Matsuyama
  • Oosthuizen:Grace
  • 3 and 2
  • Kuchar:Reed
  • Fowler:Walker
  • 5 and 4
  • Lahiri:Jaidee
  • Mickelson:Johnson
  • 2 up
  • Day:Bowditch
  • Spieth:Johnson
  • 4 and 3
  • Lee:Leishman
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News & Opinion

The International team trails, 4-1, in the Presidents Cup. It's a familiar spot for the home team. Read More
In the first Presidents Cup in S. Korea, the U.S. got off to its usual fast start, taking a 4-1 lead. Read More
LPGA commissioner Michael Whan announced a 34th event for next year's schedule, giving it the 'optimum' number of events. Read More

Today in Golf

Golf Channel's Rich Lerner chats with PGA of America member Renee Powell on why there are so few African-American players on the professional tours.
Felipe Aguilar birdied the 18th hole Sunday for a 2-under 68 and his first European Tour win at the Indonesia Open.
Scott Hoch made it back-to-back wins on the Champions Tour on Sunday.
Phil Mickelson now has left his mark all over the Left Coast.
American Darron Stiles won the New Zealand PGA on Sunday.
Felipe Aguilar becomes the first Chilean to win on the European Tour at the Enjoy Jakarta Astro Indonesian Open.
Annika Sorenstam won the season-opening SBS Open for her 70th LPGA Tour title and first since September 2006.
Loren Roberts, Fuzzy Zoeller, Tom Kite and Bruce Fleisher shot 7-under 65s on Friday to share the first-round lead in The ACE Group Classic.
Felipe Aguilar posted a 3-under 67 on Saturday to remain atop the leaderboard after three rounds of the Indonesia Open.
John Merrick was in a hopeless situation Saturday morning at Riviera. He wound up giving hope to nine other players at the Northern Trust Open.
Tom Jenkins fired an 8-under 64 Saturday to take a two-stroke lead after two rounds of the ACE Group Classic.
Felipe Aguilar of Chile fired an 8-under 62 on Friday to move atop the leaderboard after two rounds of the Indonesia Open.