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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 late 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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Unless golf’s fickle hand of fate interferes, Sunday’s final day at The Open Championship figures to be a two-man race between a 5-time Major winner and man looking to win his first at age 40.

Sweden’s Henrik Stenson fired his second 68 in three days to take a 1-stroke lead over American Phil Mickleson on Saturday. Stenson is 12-under through…

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Henrik Stenson is in the conversation for the best golfer in the world to have never won a Major – he’s been ranked as high as No. 3 in the world, has 14 combined wins on the PGA and European Tours, is the only man to win the FedEx Cup and the Race to Dubai titles in the same…

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Playing in the continent’s most prestigious tournament on their country’s greatest holiday should have been a day to remember for French golfers Victor Dubuisson and Clement Sordet.

It will be, for all the wrong reasons. Sordet, who move to Nice a year ago with his girlfriend, was woken up by texts from friends at 4 a.m. Friday to see if…

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Phil Mickelson was the toast of Troon on Thursday, but he wasn’t the only player to have a dynamite first round of the 145th Open Championship.

Fifty players were at least one stroke under par, among them defending champion Zach Johnson, who is tied for fourth with a 4-under 67.  Johnson was brilliant through 16 holes, but game away two…

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Phil Mickelson will remember the one that got away, the 62 that was in his grasp and the history it would have invoked.

Instead he’ll have to settle for a 3-stroke lead after the first day of the 145th Open Championship at Scotland’s Royal Troon Golf Course.

Mickelson had a tremendous shot at 62 but his birdie putt on No. 18…

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