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More than likely, either Marc Leishman or Aaron Wise will leave Dallas with a trophy thanks to their stellar play through 54 holes. Read More
Aaron Wise and Marc Leishman share the 54-hole lead at the AT&T Byron Nelson, where conditions suddenly weren't so easy on Saturday Read More
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Today in Golf

Peter Jacobsen has withdrawn from the U.S. Senior Open in Omaha, Neb., because of heat-related illness.
Getting the club across the line at the top of the backswing is a difficult position to recover from, but Martin Hall has the fix in this video segment.
Phil Mickelson hasn't won on European soil in 20 years. But he's off to a great start at the Scottish Open following a 6-under 66.
Inbee Park didnt waste any time getting right back on another leaderboard.
Current NBC golf analyst Johnny Miller believes the widespread changes to Rory McIlroy's equipment this year have been more than the Ulsterman can handle.
While Steve Stricker would love to add a major to his resume, he'll be perfectly fine if his career ends without one.
The Masters trophy Sam Snead won in 1954 after a playoff with Ben Hogan and the claret jug from Snead's only British Open title are going to auction.
Two weeks after criticizing Castle Stuart as a venue, Graeme McDowell recently reached out to the sponsor of this week's Scottish Open to apologize.
Will we get another first-time major winner? Perhaps a 15-time major winner? This week is all Open Championship talk.
Mike Johnson, equipment editor Golf World, and Mike Stachura, equipment editor Golf Digest, join Matt Ginella to discuss the trade-in value for used clubs.
GolfNow.com spotlights the weekend's best deals in golf from coast-to-coast.
After collecting six top-5 finishes, including three-straight runner-up finishes, through seven tournaments this season, Fred Couples is ready to break through at the U.S. Senior Open.
Will Grimmer, 16, carded an 11-under 59 Wednesday at the North & South Junior Amateur.
Steve Stricker might be the only golfer on the PGA Tour who isn't peeking ahead to Muirfield and next week's British Open.
Coming over the top is a problem that plagues so many golfers, but it's an issue that often can be cleaned up with better sequencing in the downswing.
With Inbee Park knocking on history's door, American players weigh in on her success prior to the start of Manulife Financial LPGA Classic.
In Vijay Singh vs. the PGA Tour, forget the two sides and focus on the big picture: It may be time for players to unionize.
See who our experts think will contend for the title this week in Inverness.
See which players you should keep an eye on this week as the European Tour heads to Castle Stuart.
See who our experts think will contend for the title this week at TPC Deere Run.

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