News for Sunday, September 2, 2012


News 2012 September 2


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Shelton wins Junior Players with clutch putt

Robby Shelton is riding one great hot streak, picking up the Junior Players Championship title on Sunday, only a month after winning the Junior PGA.

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With 63, Oosthuizen shows shades of Open victory

Louis Oosthuizen poured in birdie after birdie on Sunday, taking a one-shot deficit at the outset of the day to a three-hole cushion heading into Monday's final round at TPC Boston.

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FedEx Cup: 4th-round tee times at Deutsche Bank

A look at the fourth-round tee times and pairings at the Deutsche Bank Championship in Norton, Mass.

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Ariya Jutanugarn to play LET Q-School in December

Ariya Jutanugarn has been granted a spot in Ladies European Tour Qualifying School in December.

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5 Things: Streb wins first title

Here are 5 Things you need to know from the Tour’s Mylan Classic, where rookie Robert Streb won his first Tour event.

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Snedeker, Johnson deserve Ryder spots

With Steve Stricker and Jim Furyk near locks for the U.S. Ryder Cup team, our Jeff Babineau says that Brandt Snedeker and Dustin Johnson have earned the final two spots.

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How it happened: Oosthuizen's 7 consecutive birdies

Louis Oosthuizen used seven consecutive birdies – four of which came on putts longer than 20 feet – to take control of the Deutsche Bank Championship and have us thinking about 59.

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How it happened: Woods fires 3-under 68

Tiger Woods fired a solid 3-under 68 on Saturday, but will start Monday's final round six shots back of Louis Oosthuizen. See how it happened.

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No. 2 Donald issues apology to Hanse

Luke Donald’s third round at the Deutsche Bank Championship ended with yet another birdieless finish at 18 – followed by a stand-up apology to architect Gil Hanse for a Twitter post.

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Skogen (No. 98, 2013) commits to Wisconsin

has given a verbal commitment to Wisconsin.

Ben Skogen has given a verbal commitment to play college golf close to home at the University of Wisconsin. Skogen, who attends Onalaska (Wis.) High School in Onalaska, is the No. 2-ranked golfer in the state.

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Bradley (63) takes advantage of his second chance

Caddie Steve "Pepsi" Hale and his boss Keegan Bradley didn't think they'd be seeing anymore of TPC Boston this week. After the cutline dropped back, Bradley took advantage with an 8-under 63.

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Richie Ramsay wins European Masters by 4 shots

Richie Ramsay captured the biggest title of his professional career Sunday, shooting a 5-under 66 to win the European Masters by four strokes.

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Men's preview: No. 12 USC

Junior Jeffrey Kang will lead a veteran Trojan squad that is looking to improve on their 15th-place finish at the NCAAs.

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Women's preview: No. 12 Purdue

The Boilermakers won it all in 2010 and hope that Laura Gonzalez and Paula Reto can lead them back to the title.