TULSA, Okla. – Duke rallied to beat Southern California by two strokes Friday for its sixth NCAA women's golf title, and the Trojans' Doris Chen took the individual championship.    Duke, two strokes down on the back nine
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Friends Spieth, Thomas paired at Nelson
IRVING, Texas -- Justin Thomas, one of the most successful members of this year's rookie class on the PGA Tour, envisions a successful debut at the AT&T Byron Nelson based on feedback from Tuesday's practice round.
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Mountain lion tangles with flagstick at Arizona course
It can get wild on the golf course at times. And, by "wild" I mean you sometimes have close encounters with wildlife.
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Baltusrol readying for 2016 PGA Champ.
ALLENTOWN, Pa. -- Genevieve Hecker, Willie Anderson, H. Chandler Egan, Margaret Curtis, Jerome D. Travers, George Von Elm, Tony Manero, Stanley E. Bishop, Ed Furgol, Jeff Quinney, Mickey Wright and Kathy Baker have something in common.
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5 to watch at Byron Nelson
The PGA Tour completes its Texas two step this week with the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship at TPC Four Seasons Resort. PGA.com's T.J. Auclair offers up five players to watch, including Brandt Snedeker.
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2015 AT&T Byron Nelson Championship: Five players to watch
The PGA Tour completes its Texas two step this week with a stop in Irving for the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship at TPC Four Seasons Resort.
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Remembering Sam Snead
Remembering Sam Snead
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Slammin' Sam Snead would have been 103 years old today
The most prolific winner in PGA Tour history, Sam Snead, would have been 103 years old today.
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Q&A with U.S. Ryder Cup Captain Davis Love III
Q&A with U.S. Ryder Cup Captain Davis Love III
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Q&A: U.S. Ryder Cup Captain Davis Love III
In this latest Q&A with 2016 U.S. Ryder Cup Captain Davis Love III, both Rickie Fowler and Chris Kirk are hot topics of conversation, while Love also gives his thoughts on the summer schedule of Tiger Woods.
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A swing through golf history
Longtime PGA Professional Gary Wiren isn't just one of golf's great historians – and colorful characters. He also owns one of the world's most impressive collections of one-of-a-kind golf memorabilia.
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Swing through history: Gary Wiren's golf collection tells game's story
  NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Spaniard Miguel Angel Jimenez is sometimes referred to as the most interesting man in golf because of his facial resemblance to the actor in the Dos Equis "Stay thirsty" commercials.
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Rory channels Jimenez dance
Rory channels Jimenez dance
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Rory McIlroy imitates Miguel Angel Jimenez hole-in-one dance
On Saturday, Miguel Angel Jimenez set a new European Tour record with his 10th career hole-in-one.
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Emma Talley of Alabama wins NCAA women's individual golf title
  BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) – Emma Talley of Alabama won the NCAA women's individual golf championship Monday to become the fifth player to win the title and the U.S.
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16 into US Open via England, Japan
16 into US Open via England, Japan
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Alexander Levy among 16 to qualify for US Open in England qualifier
  SURREY, England (AP) – Alexander Levy of France had rounds of 66-67 to earn one of 11 spots in the U.S.
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Course honors those who served
Course honors those who served
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Andrea Politte promotes Deer Creek USA as place of honor for military
  To understand how one small woman, one big golf property and one giant dream fit together, you have to appreciate Andrea Politte's passion. You have to embrace her conviction.
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Dye Course proves its major mettle
The Dye Course was a bit of an unknown before the Senior PGA Championship. Over the course of tournament week, though, it more than lived up to its hype of eye-popping of beauty and major-quality challenge.
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