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The season’s strongest field outside of The Masters takes the course at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, starting Thursday for The Players Championship.

It’s the first look at a renovated course which includes a new 12th hole, a new hazard between o. 6 and No. 7, and other places where either the rough or the green has been…

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American Brian Harman thwarted Dustin Johnson’s attempt at a fourth straight PGA title by draining a 30-foot birdie putt on the final hole of the Wells Fargo Championship on Sunday in Wilmington, North Carolina.

He defeated Johnson and Pat Perez by one stroke to win $1.4 million. It’s his second PGA Tour title and he shot a 4-under 68 in…

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Only John Daly could ride three straight bogeys to a title.

“It wasn’t pretty at the end,” Daly said, “but I got it done and that’s all that matters.”

It took him 21 tournaments in the Champions format to win a tournament. The Insperity Invitational was the place. It’s his first pro win since 200 when he won the Buick Invitational.

The…

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Italian Francesco Molinari took a 1-stroke lead to the clubhouse after a round at the Wells Fargo Championship Thursday in North Carolina.

Molinari played like a champion, with five birdies in a seven-hole stretch on the front nine and a 20-foot birdie on No. 18. This is the first time the Wells Fargo Championship has been played at Eagle Point…

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The big push towards the US Open begins Thursday with the Wells Fargo Championship, held this year in Wilmington, North Carolina. James Hahn will attempt to defend the title he won last year in a playoff victory over Roberto Castro while No. 1 Dustin Johnson takes to the links for the first time since suffering the back injury that…

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France’s Alexander Levy jumped from 102nd to 74th in the most recent Official World Golf Rankings thanks to his victory at the Volvo China Open on Sunday.

There was only one move in the Top 10, as American Justin Thomas supplanted Australia’s Adam Scott for the No. 10 spot, giving the US four of the top 10 golfers in the…

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France’s Alexander Levy notched a birdie on the first playoff hole to win the Volvo China Open over South Africa’s Dylan Frittelli on Sunday.

Levy was seven strokes behind the South African after 54 holes, but shot a 67 on Sunday to roar back to force a playoff. After shooting an opening-round 63 on Thursday, Levy was just 3-under in…

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Winds gusting to 36 miles per hour haven’t slowed down the team of Sweden’s Jonas Blixt and Australia’s Cameron Smith, who have yet to score a bogey in the Zurich Classic, leading by four strokes through three days.

Alternating shots, the duo shot a 4-under 68 on Saturday.

“It’s like going back to playing as a kid,” the 33-year-old Blixt said….

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One of Sports Illustrated’s most long-lasting and popular features is its “Faces in the Crowd” section which highlights amateur athletes from across the United States whose accomplishments in given sports are particularly note-worthy. ¬†Over the history of the magazine, many professional golfers have appeared “before they were famous”. Here’s a look at the write-ups that have accompanied some of…

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You can tell just how well Kevin Chappell has been playing over his first 180 starts by the fact that with just one win he’s suddenly ranked No. 23 in the world.

He jumped 18 spots from No. 41 with the victory, giving the United States 11 of the top 25 players in the world.

Fellow American Brooks Koepka, who finished…

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