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  1. Spieth has suddenly made the PGA Championship a lot more interesting


    SOUTHPORT, England — Now that the PGA Championship in Charlotte next month has gone from a big deal to a big-big deal because of Jordan Spieth, there is no telling where he might lead us. On Sunday, of course, he led us way up a dune.

    Jordan Spieth celebrates an eagle during his U.S. Open victory.
  2. Jordan Spieth wins British Open (w/ video)


    SOUTHPORT, England — Someday, perhaps soon, there will be a plaque at Royal Birkdale for Jordan Spieth, much like the one off the 16th hole that celebrates Arnold Palmer and the 6-iron he slashed out of the rough in 1961 to win the British Open and usher in a new era of golf.

    Jordan Spieth, right, comes from one back of Matt Kuchar, left, after 13, going birdie-eagle-birdie-birdie-par to win by 3.
  3. Li Haotong shoots 63 in final round of British Open


    SOUTHPORT, England — Li Haotong crept into unexpected contention at the British Open with the round of his life Sunday.

    Li Haotong is third at the British Open after a final-round 63.
  4. Rookie Grayson Murray gets first PGA Tour win


    OPELIKA, Ala. — Grayson Murray unhappily found himself with a couple of extra days to prepare for the Barbasol Championship — and ended up with a breakthrough victory.

  5. Jordan Spieth enters final round of British Open with lead


    SOUTHPORT, England — Jordan Spieth is one round away from the third leg of a career Grand Slam and one year removed from a reminder that winning it won't be easy.

    Jordan Spieth, pumped about ending his third round with a birdie, shoots 5-under 65 and takes a three-shot lead into today’s final round of the British Open. Spieth has won eight of the past nine times he had a 54-hole lead
  6. Scott Stallings shoots 60 to lead Barbasol Championship


    OPELIKA, Ala. — Scott Stallings birdied the final hole for 11-under 60 and a one-stroke lead Saturday in the PGA Tour's Barbasol Championship.

  7. Branden Grace shoots 62, lowest score in major history, at British Open


    SOUTHPORT, England — He did not know. Really, he swears he did not know.

    Branden Grace
  8. Jordan Spieth takes lead at British Open


    SOUTHPORT, England — Jordan Spieth expected a rough time at the British Open on Friday before he even got to the course.

    Jordan Spieth of the United States plays a shot on the 17th hole during the second round of the British Open Golf Championship, at Royal Birkdale, Southport, England, Friday July 21, 2017. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison) RBD282
  9. Chad Collins misses 59 chance, leads Barbasol Championship


    OPELIKA, Ala. — Chad Collins missed a chance for the 10th sub-60 round in PGA Tour history and third of the season, parring the final two holes for 11-under 60 Friday in the second round of the Barbasol Championship.

  10. Jordan Spieth, Brooks Koepka, Matt Kuchar tied for British Open lead


    SOUTHPORT, England — The wind off the Irish Sea pushed away the rain clouds and bathed Royal Birkdale in sunshine, Stars and Stripes.

    Matt Kuchar, who has never won a major, ties the Royal Birkdale course record with 29 on the front nine and ends up tied for the lead.



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