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6:25 PM ET If Tiger Woods is to be a playing captain at this year’s Presidents Cup in Australia, it will mean a complete buy-in from the eight automatic qualifiers on the team and his assistant captains. Woods said Monday that although the final decision remains his, he won’t participate as a player unless that
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9:45 AM ET The European Tour on Monday announced a four-point plan to tackle slow play, which will be implemented beginning with the 2020 season. Under the new rules, a player will receive a one-shot penalty if he breaches the time allowances twice while being monitored or timed during a round. Additionally, the Tour said
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8:49 PM ET Associated Press PINEHURST, N.C. — U.S. Amateur champion Andy Ogletree and runner-up John Augenstein headline the United States’ final seven additions to its Walker Cup team. The seven players were announced Sunday night by the USGA following Ogletree’s 2-and-1 victory in the U.S. Amateur at Pinehurst. Joining Ogletree and Augenstein on the
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7:29 PM ET Associated Press ENDICOTT, N.Y. — Monday qualifier Doug Barron had a one-stroke lead in the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open when lightning forced the suspension of play late in the second round Saturday. Making his second PGA Tour Champions start after turning 50 last month, Barron was 10 under for the tournament playing
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8:11 PM ET MEDINAH, Ill. — Justin Thomas is as perplexed as anyone as to why he hasn’t won in more than a year. Golf is a difficult game, with its share of peaks and valleys, and numerous other players are grabbing their share of victories. So nothing was ever guaranteed. But Thomas had accumulated
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8:41 PM ET Associated Press PINEHURST, N.C. — Teenager Cohen Trolio advanced to the U.S. Amateur semifinals by beating Austin Squires 3 and 1 on Friday. The 17-year-old rising high school junior from West Point, Mississippi, won the final three holes of the match — Nos. 15-17 at Pinehurst No. 2 — to end Squires’
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