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Sunday's photos from the Frys.com Open
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Final round photos from the 2015 Senior PGA National Championship
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Sullivan wins Portugal Masters by 9 shots
VILAMOURA, Portugal — Andy Sullivan of England easily won the Portugal Masters on Sunday after extending his lead to finish nine strokes ahead.
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Arnie wins Stan Musial Lifetime Award
ST. LOUIS -- In February, 1970, the Associated Press named Arnold Palmer the "Athlete of the Decade," as he beat out candidates like Bill Russell, Sandy Koufax, Johnny Unitas, Mickey Mantle, Jim Brown and Willie Mays.
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Nicolas Colsaerts makes par from the water hazard at Portugal Masters
Nicolas Colsaerts may not have won this week on the European Tour. But he did provide the week's best opportunity for a slow-motion replay. Colsaerts was playing in the Portugal Masters Sunday when he hit his ball into the water on the par-5 12th.
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Amy Yang birdies every hole on the back nine for LPGA record
Golf is filled with rare feats: aces, albatrosses and 59s. But Amy Yang's final round Sunday at the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship might have been rarer still.
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Lexi Thompson wins LPGA Tour event in South Korea
INCHEON, South Korea — Lexi Thompson broke out of a crowded pack Sunday to win the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship for her second victory of the year and sixth overall.
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Eric A Meier
INCHEON, South Korea — Lexi Thompson broke out of a crowded pack Sunday to win the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship for her second victory of the year and sixth overall.
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Matthew L Ryba
INCHEON, South Korea — Lexi Thompson broke out of a crowded pack Sunday to win the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship for her second victory of the year and sixth overall.
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Cole J. Clearman
INCHEON, South Korea — Lexi Thompson broke out of a crowded pack Sunday to win the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship for her second victory of the year and sixth overall.
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Kerry A Jones
INCHEON, South Korea — Lexi Thompson broke out of a crowded pack Sunday to win the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship for her second victory of the year and sixth overall.
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Blake W Wiest
INCHEON, South Korea — Lexi Thompson broke out of a crowded pack Sunday to win the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship for her second victory of the year and sixth overall.
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Kyle B Rumpf
INCHEON, South Korea — Lexi Thompson broke out of a crowded pack Sunday to win the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship for her second victory of the year and sixth overall.
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Robert T Adamski
INCHEON, South Korea — Lexi Thompson broke out of a crowded pack Sunday to win the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship for her second victory of the year and sixth overall.
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Lee M Sakugawa
INCHEON, South Korea — Lexi Thompson broke out of a crowded pack Sunday to win the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship for her second victory of the year and sixth overall.
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Brian W. Schorsten
INCHEON, South Korea — Lexi Thompson broke out of a crowded pack Sunday to win the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship for her second victory of the year and sixth overall.
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Craig D. Doyle, PGA
INCHEON, South Korea — Lexi Thompson broke out of a crowded pack Sunday to win the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship for her second victory of the year and sixth overall.
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Matt Kuchar wins Fiji International by 4 shots
SUVA, Australia — American Matt Kuchar shot a second-straight three-under 69 on Sunday to ease to a four-stroke victory over Australia's Aron Price at the Fiji International.
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Steele narrowly hangs onto lead at PGA Tour season opener
NAPA, Calif. — Brendan Steele did just enough to keep the lead Saturday in the Frys.com Open. He just missed a chance to do a lot more.
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