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Texas, Florida State, Oklahoma State, Clemson, Oklahoma and Wake Forest earned top seeds when the NCAA men’s golf committee announced on Wednesday the 81 schools and 45 individuals to play in the six NCAA Men’s Regional tournaments May 17-19. The return of the NCAA postseason is a welcome sight after the 2020 NCAA Championship was
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11:55 AM ET CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Phil Mickelson will be 51 next month and admits his golf career his winding down. So the idea of being offered a reported $100-million per year to play in a rival golf league to the PGA Tour is understandably something that would give him pause. Mickelson acknowledged Wednesday that
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4:34 PM ET Associated Press PHOENIX — Amy Bockerstette is set to become the first person with Down syndrome to compete in a national collegiate athletic championship. The 22-year-old golfer will play with her Paradise Valley Community College teammates at the NJCAA national championships May 10-13 at Plantation Bay Golf & Country Club in Ormond
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How familiar are you with four-time major champion Brooks Koepka? Beyond just that he hits the ball forever off the tee, seems to contend in every major, sometimes plays with a chip on his shoulder and has had a running feud with Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee? Well, here are a few things you need
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6:40 PM ET Associated Press PALM HARBOR, Fla. — Eight times this season, Sam Burns has been atop the leaderboard after every round except the one that mattered. That changed, finally, at the Valspar Championship. Burns got some help from Keegan Bradley hitting into the water on the 13th hole, and then the 24-year-old from
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2:52 PM ET South Africa’s Dean Burmester captured his first European Tour title in just over four years on Sunday as he produced a bogey-free final round of nine-under-par 62 to secure victory at the Tenerife Open. Burmester entered the final day at Golf Costa Adeje one stroke off the lead but stormed past his
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2:26 PM ET Pine Valley Golf Club, long held in high esteem in the golf community for its architectural features and stern test to high-end players, is set to break from tradition and allow women members for the first time while also striking all restrictions among women golfers currently in place. Both the Golf Magazine
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6:14 AM ET Associated Press TOKYO — Hideki Matsuyama received the Prime Minister’s Award in Tokyo on Friday for winning the Masters golf tournament. He was the first Japanese winner at Augusta National, the famous American club. Matsuyama won the low amateur title at the 2011 Masters just weeks after the earthquake, tsunami and the
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7:27 PM ET Associated Press PALM HARBOR, Fla. — Keegan Bradley can’t recall having an easier time than he did Thursday at Innisbrook. He missed only one green. His longest par putt was just over 4 feet. It added to a 7-under 64 and another great start in the Valspar Championship. It’s the second round
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