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South Korean teenager Amy Yang shot a 5-under 67 on Sunday to win the Ladies German Open by four strokes, and Michelle Wie had a solid final round to finish sixth.
Kenny Perry closed with a 3-under 69 on Sunday to win the Memorial, joining Tiger Woods as the only three-time winner of the tournament Jack Nicklaus built.
Sophie Gustafsons stunning collapse opened the way for Seon Hwa Lee to come from nine shots back and win the Ginn Tribute.
Stacy Lewis completed a perfect week on the Old Course with a singles victory Sunday that clinched another American victory in the Curtis Cup.
Scott Strange got his first European Tour victory by leading the Wales Open from start to finish after shooting a 7-under 64 Sunday to win by four strokes.
Kris Blanks shot a 4-under 68 on Sunday to claim his first Nationwide Tour win at the Bank of America Open.
Jay Haas shot a 6-under 65 Sunday to repeat as champion of the Principal Charity Classic and move into first place on the Champions Tour money list.
This week is the US Open at Torrey Pines! The course is playing over 7,500 yards so you better be long. Brad Brewer talks about what the Pro's will be doing to get ready!
Tiger Woods sits down with the Pentagon Channel to talk about his father's life in the armed services, the legacy of the Tiger Wood's Foundation and more.
Jack Nicklaus braves the cobras and gets into the local customs while surveying a new course in India.
China honors Jack Nicklaus on his recent visit there and he gets a taste of some of the local culture.
If someone sneaks onto Muirfield Village with a bulldozer and flattens the 18th hole, theres not much doubt who the top suspect will be.
Sophie Gustafson shot a 67 Saturday to push past a faltering Karrie Webb and take a six-stroke lead into the final round of the Ginn Tribute.
Yes, as Mr. Hogan said, the answers are in the dirt. And in fancy computer screens that analyze swings.
UCLAs Kevin Chappell shot a 76 on Saturday to wrap up the NCAA mens individual golf championship.
Former NCAA champion Stacy Lewis and Alison Walshe stayed perfect on the Old Course.