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Div. III Ping All-American teams announced

The Division III Ping All-America teams have been announced by the GCAA.

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GCAA names NAIA Ping All-America selections

The GCAA has announced its 2014 Ping All-America first-, second- and third-team selections. See the full list here.

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U.S. Women's Open Tracker: 1st round

Stacy Lewis jumped out to an early lead at Pinehurst in Thursday's first round of the U.S. Women's Open, while Michelle Wie, Lydia Ko and Paula Creamer are among those taking aim this afternoon. See the highlights here!

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Cutler resigns as Princeton's women's coach

Nicki Cutler has resigned after four seasons as the head women's coach at Princeton, the school announced.

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Louisiana Tech hires Jenkins as men's coach

Jeff Jenkins, who spent four years as the assistant coach at Texas Tech, has been named the head men's coach at Louisiana Tech.

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Denver's Hoos resigns; Billinger named replacement

After 15 seasons as head coach of the Denver men’s golf program, Eric Hoos has resigned. Current Denver women’s golf associate head coach Erik Billinger has been named as Hoos' replacement.

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U.S. Open Tracker: Kaymer wins U.S. Open

Chasing his second major title, Martin Kaymer starts Sunday at the U.S. Open in control of his destiny at Pinehurst -- while Erik Compton, Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson and Henrik Stenson give chase. Follow the highlights right here!

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Tee times: U.S. Open, final round at Pinehurst

Here are the complete tee times and pairings for the final round of the U.S. Open Sunday at Pinehurst No. 2.

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U.S. Open Tracker: Kaymer's lead nipped

At Pinehurst, some thought the winner might finish the U.S. Open over par. Martin Kaymer remains well under par after Saturday's third round. Recap the highlights right here!

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J.C. Deacon named Florida men's golf coach

J.C. Deacon has been named the Florida men's golf coach. Deacon, a former assistant at UNLV, replaces Buddy Alexander, who stepped down in May.

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Tee times: U.S. Open, Round 3 at Pinehurst No. 2

Here are the tee times and pairings for Saturday's third round of the U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2.

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U.S. Open Tracker: Kaymer stretches lead

Martin Kaymer posted a 65 to start the U.S. Open with the lead – and a record for an Open round at Pinehurst No. 2 at that despite an afternoon tee time. He hits the course early Friday to try and expand that margin.

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Canadians Pendrith, Rank share Monroe lead

Two Canadians are camped atop the Monroe Invitational leaderboard entering the final round: recent Kent State graduate Taylor Pendrith and mid-amateur Garrett Rank.

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Ballard steps down at Rutgers afters 21 years

Maura (Waters) Ballard, who competed as a student-athlete at Rutgers before guiding the Rutgers golf programs for the past 21 years, has decided to step down as head women’s golf coach.

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Chris Hill named head coach at Pacific

Pacific has announced Chris Hill as head men’s golf coach. Hill will head to Pacific after working at Houston for the past four years.

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Nathan Smith claims share of Sunnehanna lead

Local favorite Nathan Smith used his course knowledge to grab a share of the second-round lead at the Sunnehanna Amateur after a 3-under 67 on Thursday in Johnstown, Pa.

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U.S. Open Tracker: Kaymer leads after 1st round

World No. 1 Adam Scott. Two-time Masters champ Bubba Watson. Reigning Open Champion victor Phil Mickelson. Enigmatic Rory McIlroy. Can any of them solve Pinehurst? We'll keep you posted on U.S. Open highlights right here!

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Grant Hirschman grabs Southeastern lead

Grant Hirschman caught fire midway through his second round of the Southeastern Amateur to shoot 5-under 66 at Columbus (Ga.) Country Club and open a one-stroke lead.

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Garrett Rank opens 2-shot lead at Monroe Invitational

Garrett Rank shook off a bogey on his first hole Thursday, going 5 under the rest of the way to post a second consecutive 66 for the midway lead in the 74th annual Monroe Invitational.

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Tuten goes bogey-free for Southeastern lead

Shad Tuten played bogey-free golf Wednesday at Columbus (Ga.) Country Club to shoot 6-under 65 for the first-round lead in the 85th Southeastern Amateur.

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Cromie, Burns set early pace at Sunnehanna

Sam Burns and Michael Cromie shot 5-under 65s at Sunnehanna Country Club in Johnstown, Pa., to share the first-round lead Wednesday in the Sunnehanna Amateur.

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Introducing the Golfweek Southeast Junior Invite

Golfweek’s Junior Invitational series has expanded to five events with the creation of the Golfweek Southeast Junior Invitational. And this one has a twist.

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U.S. Open: Snead, Mickelson best never to win

Phil Mickelson is the much-discussed player who needs a U.S. Open victory this week to complete the career Grand Slam, but he's not the only big name in golf for whom this national championship has proved unreachable.

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U.S. Open: Adam Scott amid varied experts' picks

The riddle of Pinehurst is reflected in our senior staff's expert picks -- which range from young up-and-comers to players at their peak including Adam Scott and Bubba Watson to wiley veterans. See all their picks and reasoning right here.

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Best U.S. Open venues? Pebble Beach tops our list

As the historic Pinehurst No. 2 prepares to host the 2014 U.S. Open starting Thursday, our staff of experts debated the best venues for America's national championship. Here are the results . . .

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2014 U.S. Open: Television schedule

Want to watch the most U.S. Open coverage as possible? Here's your television guide to the U.S. Open, which includes live tournament coverage, as well as pre- and post-round coverage for Thursday-Sunday.

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Exclusive video: Donald Ross, Discovering the Legend

Cob Carlson is in the middle of producing an in-depth documentary on Donald Ross, working with Golfweek Architecture Editor Bradley S. Klein on the project. Here's an exclusive look.

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NGA, All-American Gateway tours merge

The NGA Pro Golf Tour and the All-American Gateway Tour announced that they will unite, creating the nation's largest third-tier developmental tour.

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Chaney retires as Morehead State's men's golf coach

Dr. Rex Chaney, who has been associated with Morehead State since 1953, is retiring from the university. Chaney, who previously coached the Eagles in men's basketball and baseball, has spent the past 38 years as MSU's head men's golf coach.

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Amateur capsules for U.S. Open at Pinehurst

Here is a closer look at the 12 amateurs who will compete in the 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2 June 12-15.

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Tracker: Crane wins FedEx St. Jude Classic

Ben Crane, who leads the FedEx St. Jude Classic by four shots at 13 under, and the rest of the field, including Phil Mickelson (5 under), will now try and finish both the third and final rounds Sunday in Memphis.

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Tracker: Crane still leads in Memphis; play halted again

Thunderstorms, heavy rain and flooding all did their part in suspending play Friday at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. Just 32 players, including six-shot leader Ben Crane, were able to finish their second rounds, meaning Saturday will be another long day of golf at TPC Southwind in Memphis.

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Sandhills captures first NJCAA D-III men's title

Sandhills Community College, of Pinehurst, captured its first national title June 6 at the NJCAA Division III Men’s Championship. Sandhills shot 1,197 for a 15-shot victory over Cincinnati State Tech Community College at Chautauqua (N.Y.) Golf Club.

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Randy Keck resigns as Tulsa women's coach

Randy Keck has resigned as head women’s coach at Tulsa, the university announced.

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Tracker: Crane still leads as play halted early again

Ben Crane's 7-under 63 gave him the clubhouse lead before play was halted for darkness Thursday at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. But Phil Mickelson and others are looking to make a run at the lead Friday during what will be another long day of golf in Memphis.

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Breaking down the top shots in U.S. Open history

Our crew of experts sat down to reflect on the best shots in U.S. Open history, with Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson, Tiger Woods and Ben Hogan all making the cut.

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Tracker: Crane leads in Memphis; Mickelson fires 67

Defending champion Harris English and a list of others, including Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler and Dustin Johnson, will try and get a victory at the FedEx St. Jude Classic before the U.S. Open begins next week.

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Newton retires after 18 years at Southern Illinois

Leroy Newton, who has coached Southern Illinois' men for the past 18 years, has retired, the school announced.

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Snider returns to home state as WMU women's coach

Stacy Snider will be hired as women's coach at Western Michigan, the school announced, pending university approval.

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Boise State's Kevin Burton resigns as men's coach

Kevin Burton resigned after nine seasons as head men's coach at Boise State, the school announced.

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Expert picks: Dustin Johnson tops Memphis list

Dustin Johnson is the man to beat at this week's FedEx St. Jude Classic in Memphis, Tenn., on the PGA Tour, if our experts are to be believed. See who else earns multiple mentions to contend.

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Tracker: U.S. Open sectional qualifying

It's called the "longest day in golf" -- once again, the road to the U.S. Open comes down to 36-hole sectional qualifiers across the U.S. as some of golf's best seek a spot at Pinehurst. Follow the highlights right here!

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Complete coverage: 2014 U.S. Open Sectionals

Take a look at our 2014 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying coverage from the 10 U.S. sites on Monday, including photos, blogs, social media and stories.

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Tracker: Matsuyama wins Memorial playoff

Bubba Watson carries a one-stroke lead into Sunday's final round of the 2014 Memorial Tournament, while stars including Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott and Jordan Spieth look for a big finish. Follow the highlights here!

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Shoprite LPGA Classic: Tee times, final round

Leader Stacy Lewis will play in Sunday's final tee time, looking to stay ahead of notable pursuers including Inbee Park and Anna Nordqvist to earn the win at the 2014 Shoprite LPGA Classic.

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Tracker: Watson moves to lead at Memorial

Paul Casey tries to sustain his lead as Bubba Watson is his closest pursuer, while big names such as Adam Scott, Ernie Els and Jason Dufner try to take advantage of "moving day" at the Memorial -- follow the highlights in our live blog!

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Tracker: Paul Casey takes lead at Memorial

A day after Rory McIlroy fired a 9-under 63 to take a three-shot lead and 44 players shot under par, Friday at Muirfield will likely be a shade more difficult. Follow the action with our live blog!

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Winner's Bag: Mason Short, NCCGA champ

A look at Mason Short's winning equipment from the NCCGA Championship.

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Tracker: McIlroy takes three-shot lead at Memorial

Rory McIlroy made Muirfield his personal playground on Thursday, firing a 9-under 63 behind two eagles, seven birdies and a double-bogey to take a three-shot lead at the Memorial.

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SCORES: The Memorial

Follow the live leaderboard from the 2014 Memorial Tournament at Muirfield.