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Almost exactly a year since the biggest win of his professional career, Jimmy Walker has found his A game again.

Walker fired a 5-under 65 to drop to 7-under, taking a 2-stroke lead over Thomas Pieters at the WGC-Bridgestone on Friday.

Pieters, who shot a 65 on Thursday, added an even-par 70 on Tuesday, is at 5-under.

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Thomas Pieters has only played six tournaments since the Masters in April. Looks like the rest is doing him some good.

Pieters shot a 5-under 65 to lead the WGC-Bridgestone on Thursday, racking up five birdies on a spotless card.

He leads the field by a stroke over Scotland’s Russell Knox, who was 3-under after two holes before settling in for…

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Open winner Jordan Spieth and world #4 Rory McIlroy are both 8-1 favorites to win the 2017 PGA Championship as of July 23.

A win by Spieth would give the 24-year-old American the career Grand Slam faster than anyone in history. McIlroy has won the PGA Championship twice already. He also has three-fourths of the career Grand Slam, missing only…

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Jhonattan Vegas rallied past the field and shocked everyone to defend his title at the RBC Canadian Open Sunday, defeating Charley Hoffman with a birdie on the first playoff hole.

It was truly a game of inches for the pair, who both finished at 21-under. Vegas bounced a shot off the bunker and onto the green on playoff hole to…

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Other¬†eerily resembling Cody from the reality TV show “Sister Wives,” Chalrie Hoffman has had a quiet year; at least until now.

That all changed on Saturday when he blazed his his way to a 7-under 65 to take a 1-stroke lead at the RBC Canadian Open. Now 40, Hoffman lit up the course for six birdies in a 7-hole stretch…

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England’s Jordan Smith, a challenge Tour graduate, recorded five birdies on Saturday to reach 12-under and take a two-stroke lead into the final round of the tournament.

He has a stern test ahead of him in Alex Levy. The tournament’s defending champion trails by two strokes.

England’s Ashley Chesters proved mortal for the first time all tournament on the first hole…

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American Martin Flores fired a pair of 66s on Thursday and Friday to take a 1-stroke lead to the weekend at the RBC Canadian Open.

There are nine players at least 10 strokes under par, including 54-year-old Vijay Singh, the former No. 1 player from Fiji. Singh is 10-under with rounds of 66 and 68.

“If I turn up at a…

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England’s Ashley Chesters fired a 5-under to reach 9-under through the first two rounds of the Porsche European Open.

The tournament was delayed by heavy rains but eventually a majority got to the clubhouse at Green Eagle Golf Course in Hamburg, Germany.

Chesters has yet to make a bogey in the tournament, knocking in five birdies Friday and four on Thursday….

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It’s still a little bit more than 48 hours until Jordan Spieth turns 24 years old, but his name is popping up across the PGA record books like a player twice his age. Take a look at what he’s done since turning pro in 2014.

His 11 career PGA wins are tied for 90th all-time. Yep, already in the top…

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Jordan Spieth’s win at The Open Championship saw him move up to No. 2 in the world, surpassing Hideki Matsuyama.

Dustin Johnson remains No. 1.  Also in the top 10, US Open champion Brooks Koepka rose to No. 10 in the world after tying for fifth at The Open. He displaced Rickie Fowler, who slipped to 11th.

Matt Kuchar, who finished…

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