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Third Champs Tour win for Goydos
Paul Goydos shot a bogey-free 69 on Sunday to beat Wes Short Jr (69) by two shots on a tricky day at En-Joie in Endicott, New York, to win the DICK'S Sporting Goods Open. Read full article
Lang takes title in dramatic playoff
Brittany Lang won her first major title in dramatic fashion at the US Women's Open on Sunday after her playoff opponent, Anna Nordqvist, was assessed a two-stroke penalty for grounding a club in a bunker. Read full article
Rio here I come, says Fowler
American Rickie Fowler says he will play in next month's Olympic golf competition in Rio de Janeiro, a welcome development for an event that has been hit by a spate of withdrawals. Read full article
Swede Noren wins Scottish Open
Ice-cool Swede Alex Noren held his nerve to clinch a fifth career victory on the European Tour by one shot at the Scottish Open in Inverness on Sunday. Read full article
Reed ready to take up Olympic place
Patrick Reed erased doubts over his Olympic participation by confirming on Sunday he was prepared to "take a risk" in being a member of the United States team. Read full article
Mickelson warms up for Open with flourish
Five-time Major winner Phil Mickelson signalled his British Open intentions with a rousing final round 66 in the Scottish Open at the Castle Stuart course near Inverness, northern Scotland, on Sunday. Read full article
Fletcher fires warning at SA Women’s Amateur
The experience gained from playing college golf in the United States was clear to see as Michaela Fletcher managed her game and a tender back to win Sunday’s 36-hole stroke play. Read full article
Goydos, Riegger share second-round lead
John Riegger followed his opening 66 with a 5-under 67 at the Dick's Sporting Goods Open on Saturday and is tied with Paul Goydos (66) for the lead at 11-under 133. Read full article
McIlroy back in hunt for Claret Jug
The British Open returns to Royal Troon on Scotland's west coast this week with Rory McIlroy back in the field having been unable to defend the Claret Jug a year ago due to injury. Read full article
Ko seizes lead at US Women's Open
World No 1 Lydia Ko, seeking to add a third major title to her resume, birdied the 18th to take a one-shot lead after three rounds of the US Women's Open on Saturday. Read full article
Noren leads by two at Scottish Open
Swede Alex Noren birdied the last two holes to break clear of a tightly bunched leaderboard and move two strokes in front after the third round of the Scottish Open in Inverness on Saturday. Read full article
Dunlap cards 10 birdies in opening round
Scott Dunlap opened his DICK’S Sporting Goods Open on Friday with a bogey but rallied with four birdies in a five-hole span, then five straight birdies to start the back nine en route to an 8-under 64. Read full article
Johnson pulls out of Rio
World No 2 Dustin Johnson, who won his first major title at the US Open Golf Championship in June, won't play in the Rio Olympics because of concerns over the Zika virus. Read full article
Park sets pace at US Women's Open
Free-swinging Park Sung-Hyun fired seven birdies in a six-under par 66 on Friday to grab a two-stroke lead after two rounds of the US Women's Open at CordeValle in San Martin, California. Read full article
Greenbrier to reopen Tuesday
The Greenbrier resort, where this week's scheduled US PGA Tour event was canceled due to flood conditions in the area, will reopen on Tuesday, officials said on Friday. Read full article
Noren one ahead at Scottish Open
Sweden’s Alex Noren blazed into red-hot form late on to move one shot clear of the field after two rounds of the Scottish Open at Castle Stuart on Friday. Read full article
Double USSA Championship joy for NMMU
For the full 90 holes of the University Sport South Africa (USSA) Championship, the eight lads from Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University executed a well-laid plan. Read full article
Lee's grand gesture to flood victims
New Zealand's Danny Lee had been hoping to defend his title at this week's PGA Tour Greenbrier Classic. Read full article
SA pair slow off the mark at US Open
Ashleigh Simon and Lee-Anne Pace will have some work to do in today’s second round of the US Women’s Open after both players finished on the negative side of the projected cut in San Martin on Thursday. Read full article
Lee threatens Rio withdrawal
Danny Lee took the clubhouse lead on day two of the Scottish Open and lambasted the International Olympic Committee over the lack of information concerning security and health matters at next month's Olympics. Read full article
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