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Jimmy Walker leads the PGA Championship by a stroke after one round at Baltusrol Golf Course in Springfield, New Jersey, with a host of international players trailing him including Open Championship winner Henrik Stenson, who sits two strokes back.

Players from seven different countries – US, UK, Germany, Sweden, Korea, Argentina, and Australia – are in the top 10, with…

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The PGA Championship begins July 28 at the Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, New Jersey. The 121-year old private club is one of the most famous in the country, with a par 70 for Majors and a total length of 7,400 yards. Both the Lower and Upper Courses were designed by A.W. Tillinghast.

Baltusrol first hosted a Major with the…

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Knowing how to get butts in the seats, the PGA Tour has paired defending champion Jason Day, 2014 winner Rory McIlroy, and recent Open Championship runner-up Phil Mickelson together for the first two rounds of the PGA Championship, which gets underway Thursday at Baltusrol.

Day is the obvious draw – ranked No. 1 and the winner here a year ago;…

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Venezuela’s Jhonattan Vegas wasn’t the hometown favorite on Sunday at the Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario, but he won the crowd over, then the tournament, then a spot in the PGA Championship.

Vegas’s 8-under 64 early in the day on Sunday got him to 12-under, which proved to be the winning score against all coers in the RBC…

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Canadians will have their television sets fixed firmly on the final round of the Canadian Open come Sunday, ready to firmly affix a national hero crown on young Jared du Toit if he can do the unthinkable.

du Toit is one stroke back of PGA veteran Brandt Snedeker heading into the final round of the Open. If he could rally…

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Tiger Woods will not play professional golf in 2016, his agent Leigh Steinberg announced on Tuesday, the same day the PGA Championship informed the media that Woods would not be part of the fourth and final Major’s field.

Woods, who will turn 41 in December, has not played a tournament since the 2015 Wyndham Championship in┬álate August 11 months ago….

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Open Championship winner Henrik Stenson vaulted to No. 2 in the latest Race to Dubai standings, putting the first serious pressure on leader Danny Willett since Willett won the Masters in late April.

Stenson has 2.866 million points through 10 events. Willett leads the field with 3.154 million through 15 events. Willett was a non-factor at The Open Championship, finishing…

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Henrik Stenson rose back to No. 5 in the world with his win at The Open Championship and runner-up Phil Mickelson rocketed up to 13th, his highest standing in two years.

Stenson closed the gap significantly on No. 4 Rory McIlroy, trailing the former No. 1 points (9.3918-8.776). Jason Day spent his 16th week in a row and 20th overall…

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Here are some of the more interesting statistics and bits of trivia from Henrik Stenson’s record-setting win at the 145th Open Championship.

-20: Henrik Stenson’s final score tied Jason Day’s record for the lowest cumulative score at a Major. Day shot 20-under at the 2015 PGA Championship.

4: Consecutive Major winners who are first-timers: Stenson, Dustin Johnson (US Open), Danny Willett…

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Henrik Stenson joined Johnny Miller as the only men in pro golf history to card a 63 in the final round of a Major, doing so Sunday at Royal Troon in Scotland to win The Open Championship, tying a Major record by finishing 20-under par.

He needed every ounce of that record-setting performance to hold off five-time Major champion Phil…

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