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After opting not to play between April’s Masters win and last week’s PGA Championship, Tiger Woods won’t follow the same barren schedule before the season’s next major. Woods announced Thursday that he will play in next week’s Memorial Tournament, which will be a final tuneup before the U.S. Open (June 13-16) at Pebble Beach. https://twitter.com/TigerWoods/status/1131556031493038080
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8:44 PM ET Associated Press FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Miranda Wang won the 20th hole of the final match on the course Wednesday, giving Duke a 3-2 victory over Wake Forest for its seventh NCAA title in women’s golf. The longest day at rain-soaked Blessings Golf Club concluded with three of the five matches going extra
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1:58 PM ET Associated Press FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Duke freshman Gina Kim drilled a fairway bunker to 2 feet for birdie on the final hole that secured a 1-up victory and sent her team into the title match against Wake Forest in the NCAA women’s championship. Wake Forest, led by Augusta National Women’s Amateur champion
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11:06 PM ET Associated Press FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Haley Moore delivered again for Arizona, making a 15-foot birdie putt for a 1-up victory that sent the defending champions to a 3-2 victory over Southern California and into the semifinals on Tuesday in the rain-delayed NCAA Women’s Golf Championship. Moore made the winning putt last year
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10:40 PM ET Associated Press FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Arkansas senior Maria Fassi won the NCAA title on her home course Monday and gave the Razorbacks a shot at the team title as one of eight teams that advanced to match play. Fassi, the rising Mexican star who was runner-up at the Augusta National Women’s Amateur,
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10:38 PM ET Associated Press DALLAS — Former Masters champion Mike Weir is headed back to the U.S. Open for the first time in six years as one of 10 players who advanced Monday from the first of 12 sectional qualifiers. Brendon Todd continued his resurgence with rounds of 65-66 at Northwood Club and Bent
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8:52 PM ET Associated Press SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. — Helen Alfredsson has won the U.S. Senior Women’s Open by two strokes. Alfredsson shot an even-par 72 at Pine Needles on Sunday to finish at 1-over 285 and earn her first USGA title. The 54-year-old Swede earned $180,000 in prize money for this victory along with
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10:15 PM ET FARMINGDALE, N.Y. — The winds were howling, the skies above Bethpage Black were darkening, and yes, the terminator named Brooks Koepka was showing his human frailty in a most alarming way. He was choking. How does one stop choking when everyone is enjoying the spectacle and nobody is willing to offer first
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