England’s Simon Dyson won the European Tour’s KLM Open for the third time in six years, shooting a 4-under 66 on Sunday for a one-stroke victory over countryman David Lynn.
Blake J. Lentner
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Karrie Webb shares first-day lead at rain-halted U.S. Women's Open
  LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) – Atop the leaderboard, veteran Karrie Webb and second-year LPGA Tour player Marina Alex did their best to temper expectations at the U.S.
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Who'll walk with Watson?
Who'll walk with Watson?
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783-yard, par-6 hole is longest in European Tour history
  Here's a first: The course hosting the D+D REAL Slovakia Challenge on the European Challenge Tour – Europe's version of the Web.com Tour – has a hole that this week is playing as a 783-yard (716 meters) par 6.   Nee
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Robert Streb's sand wedge has an awesome inscription this week
  All of us golfers love our clubs, but few of us love them as much as PGA Tour player Robert Streb loves his.
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McDowell revisits 2010 to rekindle his game at Scottish Open
GULLANE, Scotland — With the putts rolling in and his name briefly atop the leaderboard, it was like the good old days for Graeme McDowell at the Scottish Open on Thursday. It's been a while since he could say that.
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Thorbjorn Olesen leads Scottish Open, Jimmy Walker tied for third
  GULLANE, Scotland (AP) – Thorbjorn Olesen returned to form with a 7-under 63 to take a one-shot lead after the first round of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open on Thursday, with Jimmy Walker leading a trio of top Americans in the chasing
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Hell Bunker at St. Andrews rebuilt ahead of Open Championship
  The Open Championship returns to St. Andrews next week, and the grounds crew has been busy for months getting the Old Course into tip-top shape.
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Yao dwarfs golfers
Yao dwarfs golfers
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McDowell revisits '10 to rekindle his game
McDowell revisits '10 to rekindle his game
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Palmer, Nicklaus to reunite at Oakmont for '16 U.S. Open
JOHNSTOWN, Pa. -- Two of golf's all-time greats are scheduled to be at Oakmont Country Club next summer.
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Stricker looks to make putts at John Deere
Stricker looks to make putts at John Deere
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2015 John Deere Classic: Thursday's Photos
Stricker looks to make putts at John Deere
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Lewis provides familiar look at U.S. Women's Open
LANCASTER, Pa. -- One can't help but look at Stacy Lewis and be reminded of a young Betsy King.
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Stadler throws first pitch at Cubs game
Stadler throws first pitch at Cubs game
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Craig Stadler throws first pitch at Chicago Cubs game
Craig Stadler, who won the 1982 Masters, threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Chicago Cubs played the St. Louis Cardinals at Wrigley Field on Wednesday night. 
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Former NBA center Yao Ming makes golfers look small
Former NBA player Yao Ming stands 7-feet, 6-inches tall -- a height that can be truly hard to appreciate. Thankfully, there are some golfers who are willing to give us perspective. 
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