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American Matt Every led a red-hot field at the Wyndham Championship with a first-round 61 to lead Henrik Stenon by a stroke.

It’s been more than two years sine Every won the Arnold Palmer Invitational. He missed 19 of his first 21 cuts in the 2016-2017 season, but has rattled off three top 20 finishes of late.

“I’ve been playing good…

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Justin Thomas jumped to No. 6 in the world off his win at the PGA Championship last Sunday, while Hideki Matsuyama retook No. 2.

Dustin Johnson remains No. 1 in the world, sitting there for a 26th straight week.

Thomas’ rise gives the US four players in the top 10, along with Johnson, #3 Jordan Spieth and #10 Rickie Fowler.

There are…

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Someone had to step up and take on Quail Hollow on Sunday to win the PGA Championship.

That someone turned out to be Justin Thomas. Thomas made three birdies in a four-hole stretch at the turn to move within a stroke of the lead, then played smart golf as co-leaders Hideki Matsuyama and Kein Kisner fell by the wayside. Kisner, who…

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On a day when the whole field felt like it was stuck in quicksand, Kevin Kisner remained the leader in the clubhouse.

He’ll take a single-stroke lead to the final day of the PGA Championship after shooting a 1-over 72 on Saturday.

He leads Chris Stroud and Hideki Matsuyama by a stroke each. Matsuyama was tied for the lead through 36…

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A week after winning the WGC-Bridgestone title with a closing round 64, Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama is making a real bid for history.

Matsuyama fired a 7-under 64 to give himself a share of the lead at the PGA Championship, as he attempts to become the first player to win Bridgestone and the PGA title back to back.

He was 2-under at…

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Kevin Kisner and Thorbjorn Olesen made the most out of a tough day of putting to sit tied for the lead at the PGA Championship at 4-under.

Each man shot a 67 with Kisner, a native of the South, giving himself a reliable strategy at Charlotte’s Quail Hollow course.

He targeted 4-5 holes where he though he could make a birdie…

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Charlotte’s Quail Hollow Club will host its first-ever Major starting Thursday as the PGA Championship comes calling. Quail Hollow got its start in 1959 and the course was designed by George Cobb in 1961. There were several modifications made by Arnold Palmer in 1986, with further work done by Tom Fazio in both 1997 and 2003.

Its signature holes are…

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Hideki Matsuyama just didn’t win the title on Sunday at the WGC-Bridgestone on Sunday, he grabbed it by the throat and throttled it to submission.

Matsuyama broke the course record by shooting a 9-under 61 to storm up the leaderboard and win the tournament by five strokes, finishing 16 strokes  under par. He put a perfect card together with an…

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The PGA Championship has the inherent advantage of being last of the four Majors every year; thus allowing it to do the coolest of pairings.

Thus, a group of Masters champ Sergio Garcia, US Open winner Brooks Koepka, and Open Championship winner Jordan Spieth will be touring the course together for the first two rounds at Quail Hollow next week.

Spieth…

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Zach Johnson and Thomas Pieters are the new co-leaders at the 54-hole mark of the WGC-Bridgestone.

Johnson fired a 5-under 65 with Pieters a shot behind him as the event before the PGA Championships gets more and more clear.

Australian Scott Hend jumped into contention with his tournament-best round of 63 to reach 8-under, with world No. 3 Hideki Matsuyama a stroke…

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