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July 28

Steven Alker, a 10-time professional winner, who took 19th at the 2012 Open Championship, turns 44.

Frank Lickliter, a two-time PGA Tour winner, turns 46. Lickliter won the 2001 Kemper Insurance Open and the 2003 Chrysler Classic of Tucson. He finished tied for fourth at the 1998 PGA Championship.

July 29

George Burns, a nine-time professional year, turns 66. Burns finished…

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Jason Day surged to a career-best No. 4 in the world after winning the RBC Canadian Open on Sunday. He was eighth a week ago.

Day broke up the American bloc of No. 2 Jordan Spieth, No. 3 Bubba Watson, new No. 5 Dustin Johnson and No. 6 Jim Furyk.

Sliding the opposite way were Justin Rose (5th to 7th), Rickie…

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Jason Day, who won the RBC Canadian Open on Sunday, jumped from 16th to fourth in the latest FedEx Cup standings.

Day has 1,793 points with two wins and seven Top 10 finishes this year. Bubba Watson, the RBC runner-up, climbed from third to second, becoming the second man to pass the 2,000-point mark this year and leapfrogging Jimmy Walker…

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His victory Sunday at the Omega European Masters has Danny Willett within striking distance of taking over the Race to Dubai lead from injured Rory McIlroy.

Willett has 2,548,439 points, second to McIlory’s 2,875,645. Louis Oosthuizen, a runner-up at The Open Championship two weeks ago, is less than 100,000 points behind Willett in third.

Barring a hot streak by another player…

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Jason Day birdied his final three holes on Sunday to win the RBC Canadian Open by one stroke over Bubba Watson and two strokes over Canadian native David Hearn.

Hearn led the tournament by two strokes over the two Top 10 players at the end of 54 holes,  and upped the lead to three by birdying his first two holes…

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There was only one way that England’s Danny Willett could absolutely assure himself the Omega Masters title on Sunday in a thick field of contenders: Don’t make any mistakes.

That’s exactly what the 27-year-old did in picking up his second win of the year on the European Tour, shooting his first bogey-free round of the tournament, a 5-under 65.

Willett also…

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July 24

Kaname Yokoo, a five-time winner on the Japan Golf Tour, turns 43. He played three years on the PGA Tour, finishing tied for second at the 2002 Phoenix Open.

 

July 26

Allen Doyle, a four-time winner on the Champions Tour, turns 67. Doyle has won four majors on the circuit, earning $11 million and is the oldest US Senior Open…

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Sunday might be the most-watched sporting event in Canada in a long time not involving ice and a puck, as David Hearn angles for his first PGA win, and to become the first Canadian to win the national open in 61 years.

Hearn fired a 68 to reach 15-under, giving him a two-stroke lead with 18 holes to play. He’ll…

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Before Jordan Spieth became Jordan Spieth, Matthew Fitzpatrick had the pedigree to become the next big thing in golf, the challenger to Rory McIlroy.

While Spieth has been winning Majors across the pond, Fitzpatrick, who won’t turn 21 until September 1, has steadily put together a solid sophomore season, with three Top 10 finishes this year including a tie for…

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Forty-one-year-old Chad Campbell, winless on the PGA Tour since 2007, fired a 9-under 63 to take a two-stroke lead halfway through the RBC Canadian Open on Friday.

Campbell is 14-under at the turn. He has four previous PGA titles. He notched nine birdies on the day and leads Brian Harman by two strokes. Harman shot a 67 and is at…

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