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Thomas Pieters won for the third time in the last 365 days on the European Tour, firing a 17-undre 267 to win the Made in Denmark by one stroke over Bradley Dredge of Wales.

Pieters had trailed Dredge by four strokes after two rounds as the Welshman shot an opening 63-66. But Pieters was better down the stretch, going 69-65…

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Barclays winner Patrick Reed vaulted to the top of the 2016 FedEx Cup Season Points List.

Reed has 3,575 points. Jason Day is second with 3,195 and Dustin Johnson is third with 2,907.

Of the initial field of 125 players, only the top 100 qualify for the Deutsche Bank Championship, which begins this Thursday.

Last year’s FedEx Cup champion Jordan Spieth is…

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American Patrick Reed scored the biggest victory of his career, taking the title at The Barclays on Sunday, the first leg of the FedEx Cup.

The victory also locked Reed into a spot on the US Ryder Cup team.¬†“Everyone’s been talking about the Ryder Cup, been talking about, ‘Oh, you’re in the eighth spot and you’re on the bubble’ and…

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Rickie Fowler was quiet through the four Majors this year, but has come alive in the PGA post-season.

The young American fired a 3-under 68 to take a 1-stroke lead over fellow American Patrick Reed on Day 3 at The Barclays. His round was simplicity itself: three birdies, 15 parts, and no bogeys. Fowler has not recorded a birdie since…

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Si Woo Kim, the 21-year-old South Korean, blew the field away on Sunday to win the Wyndham Championship by five strokes. It was Kim’s first PGA title.

With a 3-under 67 on Sunday, he tied the tournament’s 72-hole record with a 21-under 259. In the second round he fired a 60 to set a tournament record.

The victory got him 500…

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American Paul Peterson broke through to win the D+D REAL Czech Masters on Sunday, his first European Tour title. It was just his 23rd event on the Tour. He’s the 11th first-time winner in 2016, but only the seventh left-hander to win an event on Tour.
“This is the best feeling in the world,” Peterson said. “My team and I…

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An ESPN writer has concocted the “Best American Athlete Championship Belt” – detailing the best athlete in the country dating back to 1912. Several golfers appear on the list; here’s a list of who made it off the links.

1930, Bobby Jones. He won the US and British Opens and the US and British Amateur Tournaments. He couldn’t win The…

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The preview picture for the FedEx Cup is becoming more clear as the regular season on the PGA Tour winds down.

There are five players who have separated themselves from the pack, having earned at least 1,950 points so far. They are:

 Jason Day 2,375
Dustin Johnson 2,701
Adam Scott 2,063
Russell Knox 2,001
Jordan Spieth 1,965

After Spieth, there’s a 410-point dip down to sixth-place…

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While it wasn’t the pageantry of Rio and a gold medal around his neck, but Ryan Moore will gladly take the net rewards of the John Deere Classic title he won on Sunday.

Five hundred FedEx Cup points and a check for $864,000 is not bad for four days work. Moore finished with a 22-under 262, firing rounds of 65-65-65-67…

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Great Britain’s Justin Rose won the first Olympic gold medal in men’s golf in 108 years, finishing 16-under to beat Henrik Stenson by two strokes.

Although it’s not a professional tournament, the victory gives Rose a win in a large international tournament for the sixth straight season.

In a lot of ways, Rose truly won the tournament on Saturday when he…

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