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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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Russell Henley fired an opening-round 64 to upstage the No. 1 player in the world and take the early lead at the Northern Trust, the opening tournament of the FedEx Cup, on Thursday.

Henley stroked eight birdies, seven of them on putts of 12 feet or fewer. He also put an 80-foot chip in for a birdie.

“I don’t know what…

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Two Brits and an Aussie all shot 7-under 64s on Thursday to take the early lead at the Made in Denmark tournament being held at the Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort in Faro.

Brits Steve Webster and Matt Wallace and Australia’s Wade Ormsby are all tied for first after a day. All three are on the outside looking in to the…

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Henrik Stenson saved his best for the last PGA tournament of the regular campaign, firing a 6-under 64 to win the Wyndham Championship by one stroke, finishing with a course record 22-under.

He bettered the mark of 21-under set in 2008 by Carl Pettersson and equaled last year by Si Woo Kim. It earned Stenson $1.044 million, 500 FedEx Cup…

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When Tiger Woods was pulled over under suspicion of DUI a couple of months ago, he explained that he had been taking a painkiller, which explained his slurred speech and the fact the he had fallen asleep behind the wheel of his car.

That was true, but it wasn’t the whole truth. As reported by ESPN, Wooods’ urine test showed…

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American Matt Every led a red-hot field at the Wyndham Championship with a first-round 61 to lead Henrik Stenon by a stroke.

It’s been more than two years sine Every won the Arnold Palmer Invitational. He missed 19 of his first 21 cuts in the 2016-2017 season, but has rattled off three top 20 finishes of late.

“I’ve been playing good…

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Justin Thomas jumped to No. 6 in the world off his win at the PGA Championship last Sunday, while Hideki Matsuyama retook No. 2.

Dustin Johnson remains No. 1 in the world, sitting there for a 26th straight week.

Thomas’ rise gives the US four players in the top 10, along with Johnson, #3 Jordan Spieth and #10 Rickie Fowler.

There are…

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Someone had to step up and take on Quail Hollow on Sunday to win the PGA Championship.

That someone turned out to be Justin Thomas. Thomas made three birdies in a four-hole stretch at the turn to move within a stroke of the lead, then played smart golf as co-leaders Hideki Matsuyama and Kein Kisner fell by the wayside. Kisner, who…

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On a day when the whole field felt like it was stuck in quicksand, Kevin Kisner remained the leader in the clubhouse.

He’ll take a single-stroke lead to the final day of the PGA Championship after shooting a 1-over 72 on Saturday.

He leads Chris Stroud and Hideki Matsuyama by a stroke each. Matsuyama was tied for the lead through 36…

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