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5 Things: Ghim tops Wood in U.S. Junior match play

Match play is always touted as a different animal. It’s a format in which anything can happen, and the opening round of match play Wednesday at the U.S. Junior Amateur was no different.

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UF's Banks among Monday qualifiers for Canadian Open

Canadian Eric Banks, who plays for the University of Florida, won a playoff to become one of three natives to Monday-qualify for this week's RBC Canadian Open on the PGA Tour.

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14-year-old qualifies for U.S. Amateur at Brookline

Andrew Walker, of Battle Creek, Mich., won a playoff to become the second-youngest player in history to qualify for the U.S. Amateur.

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Shin leads Hossler, Dunlap by one at Porter Cup

Justin Shin of Hamilton, Ontario, shot a 6-under 64 in the first round of the Porter Cup on Wednesday. Shin fired a 6-under 29 on the back nine at Niagara Falls Country Club, which ties a back-nine course record shot by Brandt Snedeker in 2003.

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Notes: Medalist Tardy wins close one; Cathrea rallies

Bailey Tardy’s first-round match at the U.S. Girls’ Junior was so emotional, she punctuated her post-round interview with tears. Tardy had just won three of her final four holes to knock off good friend Abbey Carlson.

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Rude: Mickelson rises into top 10 of all time

After his Open Championship, 10th place on the list of all-time golfing greats seems reasonable for Phil Mickelson. And, his driving and putting and confidence being as good as they are, he seems to have plenty of time to keep climbing.

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Then to wrap junior golf career at Sycamore Hills

The U.S. Girls’ Junior will be Gabriella Then’s final junior tournament, and she really means it this time.

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Dalke defeats friend to advance at U.S. Junior

Brad Dalke advanced to the Round of 32 at the U.S. Junior Amateur on Wednesday, and he defeated one of his best friends in the process.

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Ole Miss' Wolcott wins 1st Chattanooga Choo Choo

Ben Wolcott, an Ole Miss freshman from Burns, Tenn., was the only competitor to break par each day in winning the inaugural Chattanooga Choo Choo Invitational.

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Notes: Caddie flashes back to win in 1987 Open

Nick Faldo's former caddie returned to Muirfield to loop for Ashun Wu of China, mostly as a way of celebrating a great memory – the 26th anniversary of his win on Nick Faldo's bag at the 1987 Open.

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Big group stands 3-for-3 in year's majors

Twenty pros have made the cut in each of the year's majors after playing four rounds at Muirfield in the 2013 Open Championship – with several stars on the list.

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Number-crunching in review from Muirfield

Before we completely put Muirfield in the record books and turn our attention to Royal Liverpool, some scoring recaps:

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Mickelson's far removed from no-majors status

In a timely anniversary of sorts, the PGA Championship at Oak Hill marks the 10th anniversary of the last time Phil Mickelson left a major as the best to never win one.

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Bulldog's Blog: Mickelson still talk at Royal Birkdale

Was Phil Mickelson's back-nine Sunday performance the best ever in a major championship? A lot of guys on the range Tuesday at the Senior Open at Royal Birkdale think so.

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Thothong (No. 46, 2014) commits to Houston

Megan Thothong verbally committed to play for Houston. The Cougars will begin competing as a team in 2014.

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