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Six men shot 64s on Thursday at Day One of the Italian Open, none more impressive than defending champion Francesco Molinari.

With enormous crowds on hand to cheer for last year’s victorious native son, Molinari recorded nine birdies on his way to finish 7-under.

“It’s great to see the crowds,” Molinari said. “I think there’s a nice buzz around the placea…

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American Brendan Steele fired a 3-under 69 to win the Safeway Open by two strokes, repeating as champion at the tournament.

Steele birdied the par 5 16th and 18th holes to finish two strokes ahead of Tony Finau. Chesson Hadley and a reinvigorated Phil Mickelson finished tied for third, three strokes off the lead.

It’s the third PGA title for Steele,…

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Tyrrell Hatton withstood the historic charge of Ross Fisher to win the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship for a second straight year, the first time a player has won the tournament in back-to-back seasons.

Hatton ended the tournament with 55 straight holes without a bogey to finish 24 under. He needed it all as Fisher broke the record at the Old…

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Defending champion Tyrrell Hatton shot a 65 to open up a five-shot lead at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on Sunday. Hatton is trying to make it two straight years as tournament champion.

Even a four-birdie streak by France’s Gregory Bourdy on the front nine couldn’t dent the lead. Bourdy shot a 66 and lost a stroke, which should tell…

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UK’s Tommy Fleetwood rose to the top of the leaderboard at the Alfred Dunhill Championship on Friday after breaking the course record with a 63.

Fleetwood and fellow Brit Tyrrell Hatton are tied for the overall lead. Hatton shot a 65 at Carnoustie o Friday. The two are tied at 11-under, one shot ahead of Belgium’s Nicolas Colsaerts, who fired…

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Ireland’s Paul Dunne continues to be the hottest golfer on the European Tour, shooting a 5-under 67 on the St. Andrews old course to sit tied atop the leaderboard at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship Thursday.

Belgium’s Nicolas Colsaerts shot a 5-under 67 at Kingsbarns to tie Dunne at the top.

Dunne, who emerged victorious at the British Masters just four…

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The International Team finally won a day at the President’s Cup, but it wasn’t nearly enough to keep the US from winning the overall title.

First-time competitor Daniel Berger delivered the winning points when he defeated Si Woo Kim 2 & 1 in the fourth match of the day. Earlier, the US had picked up half a point when Kevin…

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Paul Dunne dazzled the crowed at Newcastle-upon-Tyne with a final-round 61. He held off a ferocious late charge by Rory McIlroy, who birdied five of his last seven holes in shooting a 63.

“It’s kind of a sense of relief to prove it to myself that I can get it done,” he said.  “I think I’ve improved a lot mentally…

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The United States President Cup team heads to Sunday needing just one point to clinch the title. The International Team needs nothing less than the greatest miracle in golf history.

The Americans won six of eight points and halved a seventh on Saturday to take a dominating 14.5-3.5 lead over their International counterparts.

Not a lot of the matchups   have been…

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On a day that saw scores go all over the place, Sweden’s Robert Karlsson eked out a 3-under 67 to reach 12-under for the tournament taking a 1-stroke lead at the British Masters.

Karlsson was 1-over through eight holes before he eagled the par-4, 422-yard No. 9. He dominated the back nine for a third straight day, shooting 2-under with…

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