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Bubba Watson rose from fifth to third in the world Monday following his win at the Travelers Championship on Sunday, giving the United States four of the top five players in the world.

The American bloc contains #2 Jordan Spieth, #3 Watson, #4 Dustin Johnson, and #5 Jim Furyk all trailing Rory McIlroy. #9 Rickie Fowler gives the US five…

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His second career win at the Travelers Championship saw Bubba Watson jump from 12th to third in the latest FedEx Cup points standings.
Watson has 1,688 points, 227 behind second-place Jimmy Walker,  but a whopping 1,440 behind Jordan Spieth. Dustin Johnson (1,589 points) and Rory McIlroy (1,510 points) round out the top 5.
Paul Casey, who Watson defeated in a playoff…

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Spain’s Pablo Larrazabal secured a much stronger foothold in the Race to Dubai standings with his win at the BMW International Open on Sunday in Munich.

Larrazabal moved from 43rd to 25th in the standings, now claiming 576,068 points through 13 events.  He is one of five Spaniards currently in the field of 60, which will conclude the 2015 season…

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ESPN’s ESPY awards return to television in mid-July and voting is currently opening on the media giant’s website, with a host of golfers in the mix for some of the golden trophies.

American comedian Joel McHale, a huge fan of the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks, who played football and was on the rowing team at the University of Washington, will host.

The…

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All of the magic Bubba Watson lacked at the US Open returned to him at the Travelers Championship. The result? His second win at the tournament, his first victory of 2015, and a playoff win over Paul Casey on the second hole of sudden death.

Watson overcame a bogey on No. 17 to get in the playoff with Casey. After…

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The guy in fifth won it, the guy in 11th finished second, and the leader coming into Sunday’s final round at the BMW International Open wound up tied or 11th.

Just another day in Munich.

Spain’s Pablo Larrazabal took home the crown by a single stroke, shooting a final day 66 to hold off a hard-charging Henrik Stenson for the win.

Larrazabal,…

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Brian Harman, who had to live in Bubba Watson’s shadow at the University of Georgia, shot his second straight 65 to take a 1-stroke lead over Watson and Canada’s Graham DeLaet through 54 holes at the Travelers Championship in Connecticut on Saturday.

Harman didn’t record a bogey and knocked in five birdies to finish at 5-under on the day. DeLaet…

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England’s James Morrison took advantage of Rafa Cabrera-Bello’s nosedive down the leader board, shooting his third straight round of 67 or under to take a 2-stroke lead at the BMW International Open on Saturday.

With his second 67 in three days, Morrison is 16-under, giving him a 2-stroke lead over fellow Englishman Chris Paisley with 18 holes to go.

Morrison played…

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Bubba Watson didn’t approach his brilliant 62 from Thursday during the second round at the Travelers Championship on Friday, but his 67 was enough to keep a 2-stroke lead.

Watson minimized his mistakes with three birdies and 15 pars to lead by two strokes over three players, including Brian Harman, who shot up 13 spots with a 5-under 65.

Harman was…

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Spain’s Rafa Cabrera-Bello leads a red-hot field through two rounds of the BMW International Open in Munich.

He followed up Thursday’s 65 with a 67 to sit 12-under  through 36 holes. The same hole – No. 7 -perplexed Cabrera-Bello for a second straight day, but he was flawless again on the back nine, shooting 4-under down the stretch. In the…

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