News for Sunday, September 4, 2011

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Video: Gangjee aces par 4 in Nationwide event

In the final round of the 2011 Mylan Classic, Rahil Gangjee aces the 318 yard par-4 15th hole.

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Brushmaker sues PGA and Atlanta Athletic Club

A brushmaker company claims false and defamatory statements were made around how the 14th and 17th greens at Atlanta Athletic Club were damaged in the hours before the 2011 PGA Championship.

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Woodland's new weapon? A better putting stroke

Gary Woodland is a monster off the tee (he had a 351-yard drive on Sunday), but it is his touch on the green that has him only two shots off the lead in Boston.

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Reavie an example of unpredictable Tour playoffs

Chez Reavie is only one shot off the lead in Boston. A bit odd if you consider he basically lost his Tour card.

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Watson takes a 1-shot lead in Deutsche Bank

Despite a rough back nine on Sunday, Bubba Watson will carry a one-shot lead over five players heading into Monday's final round. Those lurking? Adam Scott, Jason Day and Luke Donald.

England's Gary Christian wins Mylan Classic

England's Gary Christian won the Nationwide Tour's Mylan Classic on Sunday, shoointg a 4-under 67 for a one-stroke victory over John Mallinger.

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Hall wins Junior Players for 1st AJGA title

Ryan Lavner: It wasn't the summer that Gavin Hall expected, but with Sunday's victory at the AJGA Junior Players in Florida, the lefty finally has added a title to his impressive resume.

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DBC: Mickelson fires 63, credits his ballstriking

Phil Mickelson fired an 8-under 63 in Boston on Sunday, but he wasn't ready to credit his new belly putter for the impressive round. It was all about his ball-striking.

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No. 9: San Diego State men, Arizona women

College golf is just a few short weeks away. To get you ready, Asher Wildman is breaking down the top 60 men's and women's teams from last year's Golfweek/Sagarin rankings. Today, it's No. 9 on the board with the San Diego State men and Arizona women.

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Behind a 62, Bjorn wins second straight Euro title

Thomas Bjorn won back-to-back titles for the first time in his career, shooting a 9-under 62 Sunday to take the European Masters by four strokes.

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