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If you thought Justin Thomas’ win at the PGA Championship was a bit of a fluke, think again.

This American is legit.

Thomas outdueled long-time friend Jordan Spieth to win the Dell Technologies Championship by three strokes on Monday.  In doing so, he joined Tiger Woods, Jason Day, and Spieth as the only players this decade to win five tournaments in…

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They all wondered when Dustin Johnson would get back on point. Now they know.

Johnson’s 5-under at the TPC Boston gave him a 1-stroke lead at the Dell Technologies Championship.

“When you win, you’re playing well, so it gives you a lot of confidence,” Johnson said. “For me, that was one thing that was probably lacking a little bit the last…

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Golfers from the Lone Star state and across the US opened their wallets this week to donate money to the relief effort after the US’ fourth-largest city and nearby coastline endured the devastation of the Category 4 hurricane and its subsequent record-setting rainfall that has killed 33 deaths as of Friday.

Chris Stroud, a resident of Spring, TX, located north…

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England’s Callum Shinkwin notched eight birdies, including two on his last three holes, to fired a 6-under 66 to lead the D+D Czech Masters by one stroke after Thursday’s first round.

Shinkwin is quietly putting together a good season, already ranked 28th in the Race to Dubai standings.

“I’ve had five weeks off but the confidence has still been there, even…

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The top two golfers at Sunday’s Northern Trust Open are now the top two golfers in the world.

Winner Dustin Johnson tightened his grip on the No. 1 ranking in the latest Official World Golf Rankings while Jordan Spieth returned to No. 2 in the world with his second-place finish, dislodging Hideki Matsuyama from the spot.

Johnson held the top spot…

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A 64 made its mark for the fourth straight day at the Made in Denmark Tournament, with American Julian Suri winning on the European Tour for the first time in his career. Suri shot a 64 to finish 19-under and win the tournament by four strokes. It’s just his seventh career start on the European Tour.

The finish was a…

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Forget McGregor vs. Mayweather, the big fight came Sunday in Old Westbury, New York.

In a finish fit for a Major, world No. 1 Dustin Johnson knocked off No.3 Jordan Spieth on the first hole of a playoff completing a rally from five stroke back earlier in the round.

Johnson sank a gorgeous 17-foot par putt on No. 18 to force…

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Jordan Spieth roared to the lead at the Northern Trust on Saturday on Saturday,  shooting a 64 on Saturday to reach 12-under, taking a 3-stroke lead over world No. 1 Dustin Johnson in the process.

Winning the first leg of the FedEx Cup is a huge advantage towards winning the overall title, something Spieth did just two years ago.

Spieth was…

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Here’s the trick at the Made in Denmark tournament. Shoot a 64, take the lead.

David Horsey shot a 64 on Saturday to take a 2-stroke lead into the final round on Sunday. He’s at 14-under, two strokes ahead of American Julian Suri.

“I really like this golf course, something about it suits my eye so I come in here with…

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England’s Steve Webster shot a 1-under 70 to take sole possession of the lead at the Made in Denmark Open on Friday.

He’s being tracked by four competitors at 7-under, England’s David Horsey, India’s SSP Chawrasia,  Scotland’s Marc Warren, and Ireland’s Paul Dunne.

The hottest of those four is Warren, who fired a 7-under 64, birdying the first five holes in…

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