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Unstoppable Cink sets midway record at Heritage

Two-time champion Stewart Cink moved into position for a third RBC Heritage title, shooting a second straight 63 to set the 36-hole scoring mark at Harbour Town.

Fisherman chased off Harbour Town, shoots 62

Cameron Smith got escorted off Harbour Town for trying to fish on Wednesday. A day later, he shot 62 and took the lead at the RBC Heritage.

This week's PGA Tour, LPGA TV sked, tee times

Here's a look at what's happening on the PGA Tour and LPGA this week, and how you can watch it.


Ko pushes ahead in bid for 1st win since '18

Lydia Ko again put herself in position for her first win in three years, shooting a 7-under 65 on Friday to take a one-stroke lead into the final round of the Lotte Championship.


Conf. Championship Central: Schedule, results

Here are the schedules and results for men's and women's Division I conference championships in 2021.

NCAA notes: PGA Tour U shakeup; magic Nos.?

In this week's college notebook, we look at big updates in the PGA Tour U rankings, the strong play of Pierceson Coody and Sam Bennett, and current magic numbers.

NCAA: D1 coaches can return to recruiting June 1

Division I college golf coaches received good news on Thursday as the NCAA announced it would soon lift its dead period on recruiting.


Weekley still sees good times in his Tour future

Still recovering from hip replacement surgery, Boo Weekley remains confident that he can return to being one of the Tour's best ball-strikers and personalities.

Podcast: Migliaccio details ANWA week, return to Wake Forest

Augusta National Women's Amateur runner-up Emilia Migliaccio details her whirlwind ANGC experience and return to school.

Zurich Classic of New Orleans: Ryan Palmer and Jon Rahm

Zurich field set: Rahm, Palmer back to defend

Defending champions Jon Rahm and Ryan Palmer, who won the last edition of the Zurich Classic in 2019, highlight the list of 80 two-player teams.

Canizares keeps 1-shot lead at Austrian Open

Alejandro Canizares overcame a slow start to card a 2-under 70 on Friday and keep his one-stroke lead after the second round of the Austrian Open.

Podcast: Hideki angles; writing on major Sun. senior writers Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner discuss what it's like filing stories on Sunday night of a major.

Stricker has lots of options with captain's picks

U.S. Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker may have quite the dilemma when it comes to using his six captain’s picks to round out his team.


Ribeiro wants to give Black golfers 'a foundation'

Ribeiro wants to give Black golfers 'a foundation'

Alfonso Ribeiro discusses what he hopes to accomplish by playing in APGATour Las Vegas and what those players need so they can take the next step.


Prime minister, Jumbo, Aoki praise Matsuyama

Led by Japan’s prime minister, the country celebrated Hideki Matsuyama’s victory in the Masters Tournament.

Day after, Matsuyama not letting go of jacket

Hideki Matsuyama had his green jacket in hand as he walked through the Atlanta airport on Monday morning.

As Masters champion, spotlight shines more intensely on reserved Matsuyama

Hideki Matsuyama has never been fond of talking about himself, but the media spotlight is about to increase as a Masters champ.

With Masters win, the Matsuyama impact is just beginning in Japan

Hideki Matsuyama's Masters win will be hailed in his home country, but the impact could be greater than we can imagine.