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5:19 PM ET Hideki Matsuyama is making his first start since winning the Masters last month, looking to regain the form that saw him become the first male Japanese golfer to win a major championship. There was little time for Matsuyama to work on his game as he went home to Japan immediately after his
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After a one-off return to August in 2020 due when COVID-19 ransacked the golf calendar, the PGA Championship moves back to its “new” May dates in 2021. The 103rd playing of this championship takes place at The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island in South Carolina and will feature its usually loaded field of top-ranked professionals.
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12:41 PM ET Associated Press Dustin Johnson says it was surreal sinking the final putt to win last year’s Travelers Championship with fewer than 40 spectators politely clapping instead of the thousands that usually fill the bowl surrounding the 18th green at TPC River Highlands. The PGA Tour event in Connecticut was among the first
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Dustin Johnson has withdrawn from the AT&T Byron Nelson. The World No. 1 pulled out of the Texas event Monday afternoon, citing knee discomfort as the reason for the WD. “Unfortunately, the knee discomfort I occasionally experience has returned and after consultation with my team and trainers, I feel it is best that I remain
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3:59 PM ET World No. 1 Dustin Johnson has withdrawn from this week’s AT&T Byron Nelson, citing knee discomfort. Johnson made the announcement Monday. He last played in the Valspar Championship from Apil 29 to May 2, finishing 48th. “It is with deepest regret that I must withdraw from this week’s AT&T Byron Nelson,” Johnson
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5:39 PM ET CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Bryson DeChambeau made the most of his adventurous weekend, returning from his Dallas home early Saturday morning after he believed he had missed the cut at the Wells Fargo Championship to shoot a pair of 68s and move into the top 10. DeChambeau, who is ranked fifth in the
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It’s become a theme in 2021, star players ending surprisingly long victory droughts. Jordan Spieth (Valero Texas Open), Hideki Matsuyama (Masters), Lydia Ko (Lotte Championship), Brooke Henderson (Hugel-Air Premia LA Open) and Hyo Joo Kim (HSBC Women’s World Championship) all have found themselves champions again after long waits to regain their winning form. On Sunday
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9:17 PM ET Associated Press JUNO BEACH, Fla. — Cole Hammer and Ricky Castillo each won two matches Saturday in the Walker Cup and the United States took a 7-5 lead into the final day as it goes for its fifth straight victory on home soil. Hammer teamed with Davis Thompson in the morning to
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1:27 PM ET CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Bryson DeChambeau had an early wake-up alarm set for Saturday morning. Very early. Even by the standards of an 8:10 a.m. tee time. That’s because DeChambeau began the day in Dallas — where he went Friday afternoon after believing he had missed the 36-hole cut at the Wells Fargo
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8:24 PM ET ESPN News Services CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Phil Mickelson was 11 shots worse than his previous round at Quail Hollow. Bryson DeChambeau made an 8 on his 16th hole and headed straight for the exit. Turns out nothing was as bad as it seemed Friday in the Wells Fargo Championship. Morning gusts gave
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CHARLOTTE — Environmentalists, turn away. Jokes aside, we’re going to give Bryson DeChambeau the benefit of the doubt here. When he finished his second-round 74 at the Wells Fargo Championship on Friday, he sat two over for the tournament. At the time—and again, we’re just hypothesizing here—he likely thought he was definitely going to miss
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7:11 PM ET CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Just last week, Phil Mickelson complained about his inability to focus properly as he struggled yet again, missing the cut at the Valspar Championship. It was Joel Dahmen who got Mickelson’s full attention Thursday at the Wells Fargo Championship, when Dahmen mentioned him in a couple of good-natured social
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3:16 PM ET CHARLOTTE, N.C. — After a month off that included missing his first major championship in more than 10 years, Rickie Fowler went back to work Thursday at the Wells Fargo Championship, trying to regain his form to make sure no more majors are missed in the future. And he revealed after shooting
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