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May 27

Todd Demsey, a four-time All-American who was college roommates with Phil Mickelson, turns 43. Demsey currently plays on the Nationwide Tour, where he has won three times. In 2002, he survived removal of a tumor located behind his left sinus cavity entering his brain.

May 28

Jeff Gove, a frequent PGA Tour member and three-time Web.com Tour winner turns 44….

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The PGA TOUR continues its Texan swing this week for the newly named AT&T Byron Nelson at the TPC Four Seasons Resort. With devastating rains hitting the Lone State this week, the course will be very soft, with pick, clean and place rules applying. A soft course could see some record low scores, although wind can often be a…

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Inclement weather appears to be the unfortunate heavy favorite at this weekend’s AT&T Byron Nelson Classic, as the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, already doused with 5 inches of rain in the past 7 days, has at least a 60% chance of more precipitation for the next four days.

If sunny skies prevail, the field will include eight former champions, including last…

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The power of Rory McIlroy’s prestige and pull as the popular No. 1 player in the world will be on display this wekend at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Hosted by the Rory Foundation, kicking off Thursday at the Royal County Down Golf Club in Newcastle, Northern Ireland.

McIlroy’s calling card has pulled several players away from the more…

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Colin Montgomerie could get used to this Champions Tour.

The 51-year-old Scottish great fired an 8-under 280 to win his third Champions Tour in 10 appearances, including three of the last six, repeating as champion at the Senior PGA Championship at the Pete Dye Course at French Lick Resort.

Montgomerie won 31 European Tour titles in his career, but never a…

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May 26

Ronnie Black, a two-time PGA Tour winner, turns 57. Black currently plays on the Champions Tour. As a pro, he own the 1983 Southern Open and the 1984 Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic. His best finish at a Major was a tie for sixth at the 1984 Masters.

Ben Curtis, winner of the 2003 Open Championship, turns 38. He earned his…

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As big as the win was for Byeong-Hun An on Sunday was the move up the rankings on Monday, with the 23-year-old Korean golfer climbing from 132nd to 54th, guaranteeing him places in the field at the upcoming US Open and Open Championship.

Meanwhile, Colonial winner Chris Kirk rose from 23rd to 17th with his victory.

The only change in the…

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A late bogey cost Jordan Spieth the chance for at least a playoff at the Colonial in Fort Worth on Sunday, but his second-place finish still propelled the world’s No. 2 player into the lead of the FedEx Cup standings.

Spieth, who has played in 14 events, has 2,326 points to date, 430 ahead of second-place Jimmy Walker, who had…

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BMW PGA Championship winner Byeong-Hun An jumped to No. 3 in the Race to Dubai standings with his win on Sunday, having racked up 1.12 million points thanks to his Sunday win.

Despite missing the cut at the event, Rory McIlroy still holds nearly a million-point lead in the standings, with Danny Willett second.

Thongchai Jaidee and Miguel Angel Jimenez ,…

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Chris Kirk held off charges from all comers while firing a final-round 66 of his own, beating a trio of contenders by a single stroke to win the Colonial on Sunday.

Kirk finished 12-under with his 4-under 66, defeating Jason Bohn, Jordan Spieth, and Brandt Snedeker by one stroke. Bohn turned in the most surprising performance of the day, a…

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