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Champ wins maiden PGA Tour title by four strokes in Mississippi.

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Champ wins maiden PGA Tour title by four strokes in Mississippi.

Cameron Champ is probably the longest driver the PGA Tour has ever seen, but his putter won him the Sanderson Farms Championship in Mississippi on Sunday. Less than a year after turning pro, the American squandered a four-shot lead in the final round before steadying himself with four straight birdies from the 13th to fend...

 

  • Francesco Molinari remains focused on winning Race to Dubai

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    Francesco Molinari remains focused on winning Race to Dubai

    Francesco Molinari is determined to cap a “great summer” by becoming European No 1 as he prepares to return to action at the Sky Sports British Masters. Molinari has compiled a remarkable list of career-defining achievements this year, highlighted by his maiden major victory at The Open followed by a record-breaking five wins out of

  • China’s golf revolution brewing on all fronts

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    China’s golf revolution brewing on all fronts

    Mao Zedong, the founder of modern China, once stigmatised golf as a “millionaire’s sport”, but the winds of change have been blowing for many years in the world’s most populous country. Female star Feng Shanshan was the first Chinese golfer to win a Major title at the 2012 LPGA Championship. The 29-year-old was also the

  • Dave Anderson: The Best Waggle in Golf is Gone

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    Dave Anderson: The Best Waggle in Golf is Gone

    Maybe the most beloved typist in the press tent for the latter half of the 20th century was the great Dave Anderson. He died on Oct. 4 at age 89, still with the title: nicest guy in sports. One of our pals always said Dave was thought to be a boxing writer by the boxing writers,

  • Brooks Koepka ‘heartbroken’ by news his tee shot blinded a Ryder Cup fan

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    Brooks Koepka ‘heartbroken’ by news his tee shot blinded a Ryder Cup fan

    American Ryder Cup star Brooks Koepka says he is “heartbroken” to hear the golf fan hit by his tee shot has been blinded in one eye. On Twitter, US Open champion Koepka said he had made contact with Corine Remande and her family to offer his “sincere and heartfelt sympathy”. Remande, 49, who was hit by a wayward Koepka drive

  • Sheyenne’s Manson tied for first-day lead at state golf tournament

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    Sheyenne’s Manson tied for first-day lead at state golf tournament

    After Monday’s opening round of the North Dakota Class A high school girls state golf tournament, three competitors cannot separate themselves from the first-place lead at Jamestown Country Club. West Fargo Sheyenne’s Maggie Manson, Minot’s Becca Tschetter and Bismarck Century’s Hannah Herbel all tied for the top spot at 7-over-par (79) after 18 of 36

  • Ryder Cup 2018: Europe thrash US 17½-10½ to regain Ryder Cup

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    Ryder Cup 2018: Europe thrash US 17½-10½ to regain Ryder Cup

    Europe thrashed the United States 17½-10½ to regain the Ryder Cup – prompting wild celebrations, tears, and one player dressing as a pillar box at Le Golf National in France. Open champion Francesco Molinari beat Phil Mickelson to get Europe to the 14½-point winning mark, simultaneously becoming the first European to win five points in

  • Ryder Cup 2018: Tiger Woods to face Francesco Molinari in opening fourballs

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    Ryder Cup 2018: Tiger Woods to face Francesco Molinari in opening fourballs

    Americans Tiger Woods and Patrick Reed will play Europe’s Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood in Friday morning’s fourballs at the Ryder Cup in France. FedEx Cup winner Justin Rose and Jon Rahm face Brooks Koepka and Tony Finau in the first of 28 matches. Rory McIlroy and Thorbjorn Olesen play Dustin Johnson and Rickie Fowler