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Rory McIlroy suffered a total rupture of the anterior talofibular ligament (ATFL) in his left ankle while playing football with friends on Saturday, leaving him on crutches in the short term with the distinct possibility of missing his shot to defend his Open Championship crown.

He will definitely miss this week’s Scottish Open.
“Continuing to assess extent of injury and treatment…

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Alstom Open champion Bernd Wiesberger rose 13 spots to a career-best No. 23 in the world, while Greenbrier Classic winner Danny Lee rocketed up 80 spots to No. 78 in the latest Official World Golf Rankings released on Monday.

The top 15 spots in the rankings were unchanged from a week ago.

Wiesberger started the year at No. 72, and has…

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Bernd Wiesberger, who won the  Alstom Open de France in come-from-behind fashion on Sunday, has moved up to fourth in the latest Race to Dubai standings released by the European Tour.

Wiesberger has 1,526,217 points through 13 events, more than anyone besides Rory McIlroy (2,875,645), Danny Willett (1,827,234), and Louis Oosthuizen (1,712,114).

Jaco Van Zyl, who blew the 54-hole lead and…

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A giant leap to his first PGA tour title gave Danny Lee a giant leap in the FedEx Cup Standings as well, soaring from 57th to 15th with his 1,180 points.

He’s the 26th player to top the 1,000-point mark for the season. Idle Jordan Spieth leads all players with 3,128 points.

One of the other players in the Greenbrier Classic…

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July 6

Bradley Dredge turns 42. Dredge has two career European Tour wins – the 2003 Madeira Islands Open and the 2006 Omega European Masters. He finished tied for 27th at the 2001 Open Championship.

Lindy Miller, who finished tied for 16th at the Masters as an amateur in1978, turns 58.  He was a four-year All-American at Oklahoma State and won…

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Danny Lee, the 24-year-old native of South Korea who calls New Zealand home, won a wild four-man playoff to claim the Greenbrier Classic, his first title on the PGA Tour.

Paired with David Hearn, Kevin Kisner, and Robert Streb in the extra session, birdying the first playoff hole along with Hearn, who then bogeyed the second hole.

Lee birdied the final…

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Bernd Wiesberger saved the best for last, using a final-round 65 to take the Alstom Open de France title in Paris on Sunday as Day 3 leader Jaco Van Zyl struggled on the final 18.

Despite floundering, it was a big day for Van Zyl, who along with runner-up James Morrison and fifth-place Rafa Cabrera-Bello earned automatic invitations to the…

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Jason Bohn came out of nowhere to fire a 9-under 61 and jump into a four-way tie for first at the Greenbrier Classic after 54 holes on Saturday.

Bohn had six birdies in his first 10 holes, was slowed by a bogey, then rattled off four birdies over the last five holes to move up 61 spots from a day…

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South Africa’s Jaco Van Zyl fired a 7-under 64, the best score of the tournament to date, to open up a 2-stroke lead after 54 holes at the Alstom Open de France in Paris on Saturday.

It was a far cry from Van Zyl’s 71 on Friday, which ended with a bogey and a double bogey on 17 and 18….

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Jhonattan Vegas fired a 5-under 66 to jump into a tie for the lead at the Greenbrier  Classic Friday, tying Scott Langley at 9-under.

Vegas had five birdies and no bogeys to lead the pack and tie Langley, who followed up his 62 on Thursday with a 1-under 69.

With a healthy cut line at 2-under, it’s safe to say that…

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