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If you had Kelly Kraft, Derek Fathauer, or J.T. Poston as your Day 1 leader at the Colonial, take a bow. Then go on and admit you’re a liar.

The 28-year-old Kraft is laying in his own back yard, having grown up in Denton and attended Dallas’ Southern Methodist University. He was won professional win, that on the Web.com Tour.

Fathauer…

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After blazing through the final 36 holes of the course to tie for the lead, Jason Day bogeyed the first hole of a playoff, giving the AT&T Byron Nelson tournament title to Billy Horschel,

It’s Horschel’s first win on the PGA Tour since the 2014 Tour Championship, which won him that year’s FedEx Cup title.

Horschel got emotional during his press…

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James Hahn fired his second straight 66 to take a one-stroke lead at the AT&T Byron Nelson on Saturday, even as a fleet of challengers, among them World No. 4 Jason Day, came flying up the leader board late on Saturday.

Hahn could have had a much larger lead if he had a couple of more inches to his game….

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Si-Woo Kim leaped from 75th to 28th in the latest Official World Golf Rankings after his dramatic victory at The Players Championship last weekend.

The leap makes Kim the highest-ranked Asian player in the world, surpassing fellow Koreans Jeunghun Wang and Byeong Hun An, along with Thailand’s Thongchai Jaidee.

Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama is ranked higher at third, but is also playing…

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James Hahn and Ricky Barnes share the lead after one round at the Byron Nelson Open, but with the host of luminaries trailing them, how long can it last?

Each American shot a 6-under on Thursday in Dallas. Native Texan Brooks Koepka, the runner-up last year, shot a 67 and is 3-back of the leaders, tied with World No. 1…

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Eating pressure for breakfast, Korea’s Si Woo Kim charged past the competition and took the Players Championship title with a 3-under 69 on Sunday in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.

Kim as the only player not to hit a bogey on Sunday and as a result won by three strokes with a 10-under finish.

In the process he ruined two incredible storylines,…

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Despite not hitting a fairway on his final six holes, American J.B Holmes is tied for The Players Championship lead after 54 holes with Paul Stanley.

Holmes looked headed for the sewer early on, bogeying three of his first four holes then playing the rest of the day without a single bogey, drilling a tough save for par on No….

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William McGirt and Mackenzie Hughes aren’t exactly household names at the top of the leaderboard after Round 1 of The Players Championship, but there were plenty of other points of interest on Day One of what some call the Fifth Major.

2016 Masters Champion Danny Willett bombed out with an opening-round 79, then made it official by withdrawing from the…

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William McGirt and Canadian rookie Mackenzie Hughes were at the top of the leaderboard at the end of Round 1 during an eventful day at The Players Championships in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.

It looked like former No. 1 Adam Scott would be the leader in the clubhouse – he was up a stroke through 16. But Scott double-bogeyed the…

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Well, this time there was no backing out. I mean, after all, they rented a castle.

Yep, Rory McIlroy, the outstanding golfer who infamously backed out of his wedding with tennis star Caroline Wozniacki just days after the pair had sent out the invitations in May of 2014, tied the knot on April 23, 2017, marrying PGA employee Erica Stoll.

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