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Kiradech Aphibarnrat fired his third straight sub-70 round on Saturday at the Shenzhen Open, the only player in the field to do so, allowing him to retake the lead through 54 holes, sitting at 12-under.

He has a two-stroke lead over Day 2 leader Peter Uihlein. Pablo Larrazabal is third at 9-under.

Aphibarnrat had a chance to run away and hide…

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While Jordan Spieth threatened to steal all the headlines with his rallying 62 on Friday at the Harboru Town course in Hilton Head, South Carolina; Troy Merritt did him one better, firing a career-low 61 to take the lead at the RBC Heritage.

Merritt was marvelous, with 10 birdies, including four straight to end the round, and seven total on…

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Peter Uihlein, one of the few Americans in the field, opened up a one-stroke lead over Thailand’s Kiradech Aphibarnrat at the Shenzhen International on Friday.

Uihlein followed up Thursday’s 68 with a 69, striking only one bogey, that on No. 15.

The UK’s Matt Ford, France’s Gregory Havret, South Africa’s Darren Fichardt and Argentina’s Emiliano Grillo are all tied for third…

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American Matt Every and Northern Ireland’s Graeme McDowell jumped out to the quick lead at the RBC Heritage Thursday in South Carolina, with each man firing a 5-under 66.

Masters champion Jordan Spieth is a distant 93rd, after struggling to a 3-over 74.

Every could have had sole possession of first but bogeyed No. 18 after racking up six birdies, including…

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China’s Wen-Yi Huang, ranked a lowly 1,189th in the world, fired an opening-round 66 to take a one-stroke lead at the Shenzhen International being played at China’s Genzon Golf Course this week.

Seven players currently in the Race to Dubai Top 60 – Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Byeong Hun An, Andy Sullivan, Ross Fisher, Romain Wattel, Anthony Hall, and Matt Ford are…

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April 15

Chris Smith, winner of the 2002 Buick Open, turns 46. He also has five wins on the Web.com Tour.

April 16

Michael Thompson, winner of the 2013 Honda Classic, turns 30. Thompson was the runner-up at the 2012 US Open, firing a 66 in the first round and ultimately losing by a single stroke to Webb Simpson.

April 17

Two-time European Tour…

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The PGA Tour regular season events resumes this week for the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links. Last week’s Masters, saw Jordan Spieth become the 2nd youngest Masters champion, and he also tied the course record with Tiger Woods. Spieth fresh from his New York City media frenzy, heads the field for this week alongside defending champion Matt…

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No surprise, Jordan Spieth’s Masters win has propelled him into first place in the FedEx Cup standings.

Spieth is the first man to crack 2,000 points for the 2015 season, with 2,2009. He knocked Jimmy Walker down to second place, with 1,680.

Phil Mickelson took the biggest jump of the week, from 120nd to 42nd following his second-place finish at Augusta. …

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April 11

American Roland Thatcher turns 38. He grew up in a house right off the fifth hole of the TPC Woodlands outside Houston. He won three Web.com tournaments in his career.

April 12

American Steve Friesen turns 38. He has won Web.com Tour win and five Canadian victories in his career.

April 13

Sweden’s Pelle Edberg, who finished tied for 12th at the…

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Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson finished four strokes behind Jordan Spieth’s record-tying performance at The Masters on Sunday with matching scores of 14-under.

Almost as remarkable as Spieth’s finish were those two runner-up positions, considering that -14 would have won the Masters or gotten Rose and Mickelson into a playoff in 73 of its previous 78 incarnations.

Yes, that mean’s that…

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