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Schauffele's come-from-behind victory

Xander Schauffele rallied past Robert Streb and the 54-hole leader Sebastian Munoz for his first PGA Tour title.

After Trump comment, Lincicome taking Twitter break

Two-time major champion Brittany Lincicome didn’t have to wait until she teed it up at Trump National in Bedminster, N.J., to experience the external pressures that will come playing the U.S. Women’s Open there this week. Lincicome announced Sunday that she’s going off Twitter this week because of the backlash she’s getting over a comment she made about the possibility Trump will attend next week’s event. Lincicome was among players at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship last week who were asked how they felt about playing the U.S. Women’s Open at one of President Trump’s golf courses. “Hopefully, maybe, he doesn’t show up, and it won’t be a big debacle, and it will be about us and not him,” Lincicome

Rahm cruises to six-shot win at Irish Open

What began as a close affair turned into a rout for Jon Rahm at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open. The Spaniard bent Portstewart Golf Club to his will Sunday, firing a 7-under 65 to blow past an elite field. After starting the day with a share of the lead, Rahm ended up with a six shot victory and his 24-under total broke the tournament scoring record by three shots. "If you had told me at the beginning of the week that I was going to win, I would have believed you because I always compete to win," Rahm said. "But if you had told me I was going to shoot 24 under in this weather, and win by six, I would have probably said, 'You're crazy. Absolutely crazy.' I would not have bet on myself doing that

Miller signs extension with NBC through 2018

Golf fans can expect to hear Johnny Miller's voice emanating from the analyst chair for at least another year. The 70-year-old has agreed to an extension with Golf Channel and NBC Sports that will see him remain with the company through at least 2018. Miller, a two-time major champion, has served as a golf analyst for NBC since 1990. "I'm having a little bit of a battle of what my priorities are," Miller told the Associated Press. "I have a lot of things to pass on to my grandkids, whether it's fishing or being a grandpa. On the other hand, my brain is still working pretty good. All these years of announcing, I feel like I haven't slipped any. And NBC seems to like having me." Miller will be

Golfers everywhere have discovered the stupidest new trend ever

There are stupid trends, there are dangerous trends, and then there’s this, which resides squarely in both categories. It started because one of the Internet’s most legendary memes — the ‘would you run over your best friend’ meme — made a random reemergence last week. And so, ever since, amateur golfers everywhere have repurposed the meme by running over their friends in golf carts. Warning: Some of the videos contain NSFW Language It’s pretty stupid. Really stupid, actually. Super stupid and super dangerous. Just a big, stupid idea. Stupid, stupid, stupid. Please don’t do this.

The Open 2017: Jordan Spieth earns 'hardest, entirely anticipated win' at Royal Birkdale

Everyone assumed Jordan Spieth would win The Open when the final round began on Sunday - but no-one predicted how. Tom Fordyce describes the drama.

The Open 2017: Jordan Spieth will enjoy Birkdale win more than any other

Jordan Spieth says he will enjoy his Open victory more than any other win after playing the best five-hole stretch of his life.

Becoming an Open champion - the four holes which defined Spieth's win

Relive the four holes which defined Jordan Spieth's 2017 Open win, as he recovered from a remarkable bogey on the 13th to make up four shots on the next three holes.

The Open 2017: Ian Poulter, Rickie Fowler & Jordan Spieth - best shots of final day

Watch a selection of the best shots from the final day of The Open at Royal Birkdale, featuring Ian Poulter, Rickie Fowler and winner Jordan Spieth.

Strong Open finish a boost for US PGA Championship - McIlroy

Rory McIlroy says his heartening finish at The Open shows he has found some momentum in time for the final major of the year.

Stenson aiming to be first to win FedEx Cup Race to Dubai in same year despite wrist injury

Swedish golf ace Henrik Stenson is reportedly aiming to become the first player to win the FedEx Cup and Race to Dubai in the same year despite a wrist injury. Stenson, who earned 6.3 million pounds by winning America's end-of-season event, leads the European Tour going into Dubai's DP World Tour Championship finale. According to the BBC, despite injuring his wrist before the first of the four ...

Indian golfer Shiv Kapur aiming for success at 103rd South African Open Championship

Indian professional golfer Shiv Kapur is reportedly aiming for success at the 103rd South African Open Championship, the world's second oldest Open title, at the Glendower Golf Club in Johannesburg from 21-24 November. The rising Indian star will line up alongside a stellar cast of world stars in the opening event on the 2014 European Tour schedule, including Charl Schwartzel, Retief Goosen, ...

Management issues distracting McIlroy

Northern Irish golfer Rory McIlroy has said that countless hours spent with lawyers this year have been a distraction as he heads into this week's World Tour Championships in Dubai. According to the BBC, McIlroy is still seeking his first win of 2013. Last month, McIlroy began legal action in the Republic of Ireland against the Dublin-based Horizon Sports in a dispute over management fees ...

Cheyenne Woods Heir to Woods Golf Throne

Tiger Woods ‘ neice and, by the looks of it, possible heir to the golf throne. The 23-year-old daughter of Tiger’s older half-brother, Earl Woods, Jr., has played three LPGA events this year, and has yet to collect any money, but she shouldn’t be discouraged. She obviously has what it takes to make it in the world of ...

Stenson stalks Dubai leader

Spain's Alejandro Canizares grabbed a one-shot lead after the first round of the DP World Tour Championship, but Race To Dubai leader Henrik Stenson lies just two back as he looks to add that to his FedEx Cup crown.Canizares completed a six-under-par 66 at Jumeirah Golf Estates that proved enough to hold the first round lead, with Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Australian Marcus ...

McIlroy’s real problem with the Olympics

RORY McIlroy originally claimed the Zika virus was behind his decision to snub the Rio Olympics but he’s now revealed another — more personal — reason.

Rory McIlroy reveals what life’s like for Tiger

RORY McIlroy has become a trusted confidant of Tiger Woods — these are his insights into the far from enjoyable life of the world’s most famous golfer.

Positive signs in rusty comeback for Day

WORLD No.1 Jason Day expects a two-week training camp in the Californian desert to restore the razor-like sharpness to his golf game for the big 2017 season ahead.

Day in the mix at Tournament of Champions in

JASON Day has shaken off a mixed second round with the putter to keep himself in the mix at the Tournament of Champions in Maui.

Aussie ‘battlers’ relishing golfing good life

THE winners-only Tournament of Champions field at Kapalua features four Australians, which is not unusual, it’s who they are.

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