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Tiger Woods posts video of himself on golf range

Woods posted a two-second video Sunday morning of himself hitting a golf ball on a practice area with the words "making progress."

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Americans win Ryder Cup in a rout

Collin Morikawa, at 24 the youngest player on the team and already a two-time major champion, holed a 3-foot birdie putt on the 17th hole that assured the Americans the 14 1/2 points they needed.

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Young U.S. team puts Europe in its biggest hole at Ryder Cup

The Americans won both sessions to build a 6-2 lead, sending Europe and its vast experience to its largest deficit after the opening day.

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Captain Steve Stricker OK with having rookies for U.S. Ryder Cup team

"We are looking to the best players to perform here at Whistling Straits, and these six guys that we picked we feel like fit Whistling Straits to a T," Stricker said.

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Clutch Patrick Cantlay captures FedEx Cup

The Californian nips Jon Rahm in the Tour Championship to earn a cool $15 million.

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These wagers are trending

Take the Cubs on home Fridays (not Sundays), whoever is hosting the Fire and the Sky when the WNBA returns to action in mid-August.

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Flawless finish: Collin Morikawa wins British Open for second major

Morikawa won the Open in his debut and became the first player to capture two different majors on the first attempt.

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Louis Oosthuizen sets 36-hole record at British Open

Oosthuizen broke away from a three-way tie with a birdie-birdie-eagle run from the 12th hole. He shrugged off his first bogey of the week for a 5-under 65 and a two-stroke lead on Friday.

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British Open has pre-pandemic feel of normalcy

Louis Oosthuizen and Jordan Spieth hold the lead after the first round.

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Golf club in zoning fight in the suburbs keeps calm, caddies on

Business is said to be brisk at the Calumet Country Club in the south suburbs, but its owner said he still plans to develop the property.

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In sports, 2021 — a year of unimaginable surprises — is a gift that keeps on giving

Tom Brady? Phil Mickelson? The Canadiens? The Suns? Everywhere you turn lately, odds are being defied and expectations wildly surpassed. It’s kind of fun.

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Jon Rahm wins U.S. Open for first major title

Rahm birdied his final two holes to shoot a 4-under 67 and win the U.S. Open by a shot over Louis Oosthuizen.

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The eagle lands at U.S. Open for Mackenzie Hughes, Louis Oosthuizen

They brought the memories of Tiger Woods at Torrey Pines back to life, tying for the lead with Russell Henley after a third round that set the stage for a Sunday filled with possibilities.

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Richard Bland, Russell Henley share lead in a US Open that is really open

Bland is a 48-year-old from England who won for the first time on the European tour last month — on his 478th try.

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Russell Henley leads fog-delayed U.S. Open

Henley had a 67 and the temporary lead in the fog-delayed U.S. Open at Torrey Pines.

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Coronavirus knocks Jon Rahm out of Memorial after 6-shot lead

A command performance, that included a hole-in-one to complete his second round and an 8-under 64 to tie two tournament records, went to waste.

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Tiger Woods ‘taking it one step at a time’ with rehab

"This has been an entirely different animal," Woods told Golf Digest. "I understand more of the rehab processes because of my past injuries, but this was more painful than anything I have ever experienced."

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LPGA Tour hires Princeton athletic director as new commissioner

Mollie Marcoux Samaan will be the second woman to lead the tour since its formation in 1950.

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Phil Mickelson, Brooks Koepka get apology from PGA

PGA of America CEO Seth Waugh has apologized after fans rushed onto the 18th hole at the PGA Championship on Sunday. 

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Phil Mickelson wins PGA Championship, becoming oldest player to win a major

Mickelson broke the previous mark for oldest player that was held by 48-year-old Julius Boros in winning the 1968 PGA Championship.

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Phil Mickelson leads PGA Championship by one shot after three rounds

Mickelson, 50, is trying to become the oldest player to win a major championship.

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Phil Mickelson shares lead in PGA Championship

The 50-year-old looked like the Mickelson of old, running off five birdies over his last eight holes, the last one giving him a 3-under 69 and a share of the lead.

A car drove onto Jackson Park Golf Course Thursday morning and drove over greens, flag poles and yardage markers.
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Fore! Man drives car onto Jackson Park Golf Course, does doughnuts on green

"He was as calm as an old lady in a parking lot trying to find a space," said one golfer who recorded the incident on his cellphone.

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Corey Conners keeps it as stress-free as possible for PGA Championship lead

Conners navigated his way around the Ocean Course for a 5-under 67 and a two-shot lead. He birdied all the par 5s, made a couple of long putts for birdie and dropped only one shot.

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Hideki Matsuyama wins Masters, becomes first Japanese man to win major

Ten years after Matsuyama made a sterling debut as the best amateur at Augusta National, he claimed the ultimate trophy to become the first Japanese winner of the green jacket.

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Hideki Matsuyama takes four-stroke lead into final round of Masters

Matsuyama played the final eight holes in 6-under par, turning a two-shot deficit into a four-shot lead.

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Justin Rose takes 1-stroke lead after the second round of the Masters

His even-par 72 was good enough for a one-shot lead going into the weekend

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Report reveals more details in Tiger Woods’ SUV crash

The conclusion to the data report raises the question of whether Woods tried to negotiate the curve at all as he was traveling at more than 82 mph in a 45-mph zone.

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What does it say about golf that Tiger Woods is still hovering over the Masters?

That he’s transcendent and fascinating. And that everybody else kind of isn’t.

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Lee Elder again makes history at the Masters

Elder — the first Black man to play the Masters — joined Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus as an honorary starter on Thursday morning, the first time he had been part of the ceremony.

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Spring brings a return to normal for Masters

"November is a Masters that we’ll probably never see again," Webb Simpson said. "You know, flying hybrids, 5-woods, 3-woods to the hole and the ball stopping. It’s good to forget about that because that’s not our normal Masters. It’s in a way relearning the nuances."

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Sheriff says Tiger Woods was speeding before crashing SUV

Woods was driving 84 to 87 mph on a downhill stretch of road outside Los Angeles that had a speed limit of 45 mph. Sheriff’s Capt. James Powers said that it’s believed Woods inadvertently hit the accelerator instead of the brake pedal.