News for Sunday, June 30, 2013


News 2013 June 30


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Cathrea's 'bubble' mentality yields low-am honors

In her first U.S. Women’s Open start, Casie Cathrea finished as the low amateur, and that’s mostly because her first sub-par round came together Sunday at Sebonack.

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5 Things: Haas captures AT&T National

Bill Haas made a surge at the turn and left the rest of the field in his dust as he won his first PGA Tour title in more than a year at the AT&T National on Sunday.

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How it Happened: Park wins U.S. Women's Open

A four-shot lead held up for Inbee Park in the final round of the U.S. Women's Open, bringing her three-fifths of the way to a grand slam.

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Winner's Circle: Bill Haas, 2013 AT&T National

Here is a complete list of the clubs that Bill Haas used to shoot 66 on Sunday to win the 2013 AT&T National at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md.

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Perry captures 1st major title at Senior Players

Kenny Perry won the Senior Players for his first major title, overtaking Fred Couples on Sunday with a final round 6-under 64.

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McIlroy searching for answers before Open Championship

Rory McIlroy has just two weeks to find a driver to help him win the Open Championship at Muirfield. Otherwise he’s going to have to put all his eggs in the PGA Championship basket.

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Casey wins Irish Open, surpassing Luiten

A 45-foot eagle putt on the 18th hole put an exclamation point on Paul Casey's three-shot win at the Irish Open as third-round leader Joost Luiten and Robert Rock finished T-2.

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How it happened: Haas separates from pack at AT&T

PGA Tour Tracker: AT&T National, final round

Bill Haas secured his first victory since the 2012 Northern Trust Open by outlasting Roberto Castro by three shots at Congressional.

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Mizuno win gets Aussie into Open Championship

Australia's Brendan Jones shot a 4-under 68 on Sunday to win the Mizuno Open and earn a spot in the field for the British Open.

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3 up, 3 down for Park in Grand Slam quest

Inbee Park's historic U.S. Women's Open win at Sebonack Golf Club -- making her the second in LPGA history to win the season's first three majors -- brings up an interesting question: What is a Grand Slam?