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Jordan Spieth’s Grand Slam hopes end, new dream begins British Open PGA Championship st. Andrews
Jordan Spieth's Grand Slam hopes ended at the 2015 British Open at St. Andrews but the PGA Tour player has new ones.
Marc Leishman chases Claret Jug at 2015 British Open with newfound outlook on life
PGA Tour golfer Marc Leishman at 2015 British Open at St. Andrews misses out on 62, but appreciates life after wife Audrey Leishman's near-death experience with toxic shock syndrome.
On an off-day at British Open, Matt Kuchar bowls them over in St. Andrews
How PGA Tour golfers and caddies spend day off at 2015 British Open at St. Andrews and wind delay, Matt Kuchar played lawn bowling in St. Andrews.
Dustin Johnson extends edge over Jordan Spieth, British Open field with steely resolve
PGA Tour golfer Dustin Johnson leads 2015 British Open through 36 holes with Jordan Spieth five shots back as he chases Grand Slam and Johnson looking to move past three-putt at U.S. Open.
Auld friends: Tom Watson's last walk at St. Andrews for British Open 2015
Tom Watson bids farewell to the British Open in the St. Andrews dusk as Scots and PGA Tour players alike pay tribute.
Luck of the draw: Timing is everything at the British Open at St. Andrews
The British Open draw, as PGA Tour player Paul Casey knows, has a lot to do with level of success at this major championship.
Jordan Niebrugge's summer golf campaign continues with 67 at St. Andrews for British Open 2015
Amateur Jordan Niebrugge started the 2015 British Open with a 67 at the Old Course at St. Andrews.
Tom Gillis’ consolation prize: Ticket to British Open and shot at new memories of Europe
PGA Tour golfer Tom Gillis golf career earned spot in 2015 British Open and story of Gillis' journeyman career in Europe and on U.S. mini-tours.
Bubba Watson warms up to links golf and the Auld Grey Toon at British Open
Despite not having much success at the British Open, Bubba Watson has embraced links golf as he prepares for this week's championship at St. Andrews.
Davies writes her own postscript to World Golf Hall of Fame ceremony
LPGA great Laura Davies arrived late to the World Golf Hall of Fame ceremony after playing in the U.S. Women's Open.
World Golf Hall of Fame 2015 inductees receive special day at St. Andrews
World Golf Hall of Fame inducts PGA Tour golfers Mark O'Meara and David Graham, LPGA golfer Laura Davies and golf architect A.W. Tillinghast into hall of fame in 2015 class at St. Andrews.
Rory McIlroy injury dampens British Open excitement, but show will go on
After an injury to Rory McIlroy, the British Open at St. Andrews might have lost its blockbuster appeal, but the show will go on, writes Jeff Babineau.
U.S. Open criticism aside, Chambers Bay delivers in quantity (drama) and quality (Spieth)
Chambers Bay garnered plenty of criticism from PGA Tour players during the U.S. Open 2015, but for Jordan Spieth at least, it delivered just the right level of drama.
Jason Day's heroic U.S. Open week ends short of title
The 2015 U.S. Open marked a heroic week for Jason Day even if he did come up short of the title.
Dustin Johnson's three-putt sets up latest major disappointment at U.S. Open
The 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay Golf Course PGA Tour golfer Jordan Spieth won his second major championship while Dustin Johnson three-putted for another major disappointment.
Jason Day (vertigo) digs deep in grabbing share of U.S. Open lead at Chambers Bay
Jason Day battled vertigo to card a 2-under 68 Saturday to grab a share of the lead at the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay.
Rory McIlroy struggles on fast, firm 2015 U.S. Open setup
PGA Tour player Rory McIlroy has struggled on a fast and firm U.S. Open venue in Chambers Bay.
Chambers Bay unnerves golfers in Round 2 as U.S. Open heats up
Chambers Bay Golf Course at the 2015 U.S. Open Golf Course draws complaints from the likes of Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson as the major championship heats up through Round 2.
Homegrown talent struggles on tricky Chambers Bay layout at U.S. Open
Local players Ryan Moore and Michael Putnam struggled with the U.S. Open setup at Chambers Bay and both missed the cut.
At 20, Beau Hossler not quite a veteran in third U.S. Open
Texas men's golfer Beau Hossler at the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay PGA Tour golf major championship makes third U.S. Open start at age of 20.
Gary Woodland battles at U.S. Open with dehydration, virus issues
Gary Woodland played through Round 2 at the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay after going to hospital with dehydration and has been battling a virus at the PGA Tour golf major championship.
Notes: Brendan Grace, Colin Montgomerie mount charges at U.S. Open
The 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay Golf Course PGA Tour major championship with Branden Grace, Colin Montgomerie and Louis Oosthuizen.
Fun at a U.S. Open? Chambers Bay, field provide just that in Round 1
The 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay PGA Tour golf major championship the golf course delivered in Round 1, giving a fun vibe on a day where Phil Mickelson and Jordan Spieth fared well.
Rory McIlroy's rough opener leaves uphill climb at 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay
Rory McIlroy's slow U.S. Open start leaves an uphill climb at Chambers Bay.
Ollie Schniederjans plays first U.S. Open in waning days as an amateur
Georgia Tech grad Ollie Schniederjans lands at U.S. Open 2015 at Chambers Bay in waning days as an amateur.
Chambers Bay: A U.S. Open site that steals headlines, and for good reason
Chambers Bay is a Robert Trent Jones-designed U.S. Open site that has stolen early week headlines for good reason.
Lee Janzen glad to be back at U.S. Open, 30 years after championship debut
In 1985, Lee Janzen played his first U.S. Open alongside the likes of Jack Nicklaus and Seve Ballesteros. Thirty years later, Janzen is back at the U.S. Open after getting through sectional qualifying.
NCAA Championship match play exciting but not perfect format
Match play has increased excitement at the NCAA Championship, but does it crown college golf's best champion?
Freshman Nick Hardy caps Illinois' NCAA Championship quarterfinal comeback at Concession
Illinois freshman Nick Hardy earned the winning point for Illinois in a comeback victory over UCLA Tuesday in the NCAA Championship quarterfinals.
Georgia channels inner A squad in time to crash NCAA college golf match play
Georgia channeled the best version of itself to advance to NCAA Championship match play on Tuesday at Concession Golf Club.
PGA Tour player Patrick Reed skips European Tour events, plays Colonial after death in family
PGA Tour player Patrick Reed opted to skip the BMW PGA Championship and Irish Open in favor of playing the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial after the death of his wife's cousin.
Adam Scott plans on early U.S. Open scouting trip to Chambers Bay
Adam Scott plans to make an early scouting trip to Chambers Bay, possibly as soon as next week, as he prepares for the U.S. Open.
PGA Tour's talent pool grows deeper and younger as Patrick Rodgers, Justin Thomas emerge
Justin Thomas and Patrick Rodgers, both 22 years old and roommates, have been part of an emergence of young players on the PGA Tour this season.
Patrick Rodgers seeks spot among young PGA Tour stars at Wells Fargo
The PGA Tour's 2015 Wells Fargo Championship with Web.com Tour golfer Patrick Rodgers surging into contention on the PGA Tour after career at Stanford.
T.J. Howe soaks in first Tour round at Wells Fargo Championship
The PGA Tour's 2015 Wells Fargo Championship mini-tour golfer T.J. Howe makes first PGA Tour appearance at Wells Fargo Championship, shoots 74 in first round.
Rory McIlroy makes third stop on 5-week run 'happy' with game
The Rory McIlroy Express rolled into Charlotte on Wednesday, as the World No. 1 readies for the third stop (Wells Fargo Championship) in a stretch of five consecutive events.
Phil Mickelson, Adam Scott enter Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow in search of spring solutions
PGA Tour players Phil Mickelson and Adam Scott don't have a whole lot to be excited about these days as they enter the Wells Fargo Championship searching for answers.
40 reads: An Open Championship dream that nearly became reality
Tom Watson nearly completed an Open Championship dream in 2009 at age 59. As we know, that's not the way it turned out, but the story is still one of our 40 great reads.
Tom Gillis (shoulder) returns to action at PGA Tour's Wells Fargo Championship
Tom Gillis returns to action this week at the Wells Fargo Championship, finally past surgery he had in November to remove bone spurs in his left shoulder.
Tough schedule leaves some of PGA Tour's best winded ahead of Wells Fargo
Defending Wells Fargo Championship champion J.B. Holmes is one of many who are feeling a bit tired this week at Quail Hollow Club, coming off back-to-back weeks on both U.S. coasts.
Sergio Garcia holds his own in final-round Players Championshp shootout before settling for T-2
Sergio Garcia's putter gets hot at the right time to find himself in three-way playoff at the Players Championship, where he falls to Rickie Fowler.
If Sergio Garcia can quiet putting demons for a day at the PGA Tour's Players, look out
The PGA Tour's 2015 Players Championship Sergio Garcia playing at TPC Sawgrass in contention heading into final round but must fix putting woes.
Walker Cup vets Nathan Smith, Todd White leave first mark on U.S. Amateur Four-Ball
At the end of the USGA's inaugural U.S. Amateur Four-Ball, two former Walker Cup teammates in Nathan Smith and Todd White claimed the title.
U.S. Four-Ball final shows touch of gray with mid-am showdown
The final is set at the inaugural U.S. Amateur Four-Ball and it features mid-amateurs Nathan Smith and Todd White against Sherrill Britt and Greg Earnhardt.
Notes: Fatigue sets in at U.S. Amateur Four-Ball; Sam Burns stays put; Tim Mickelson gains perspective
Fatigue set in Tuesday at the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship while junior Sam Burns was glad he stayed in San Francisco this week and Tim Mickelson gained perspective from an early exit from Olympic Club.
Experience to meet youth on final day at U.S. Amateur Four-Ball
On the final day of the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball, Walker Cuppers will meet college-bound teens in the semifinals while top amateurs from North Carolina square off.
College kids, including Stanford's Maverick McNealy and Viraat Badhwar, learn hard lessons in Round of 16 at U.S. Four-Ball Championship
Brooks Price and Draegon Majors defeated Stanford teammates Maverick McNealy and Viraat Badhwar, one of several victories over college types in the Round of 16 Tuesday at the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship.
Notes: Kyosuke Hara makes first ace at U.S. Amateur Four-Ball; Arizona State Coach Tim Mickelson advances
The U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship Round of 32 included an ace by Kyosuke Hara and a victory by Arizona State coach Tim Mickelson and his partner Jake Yount.
Stanford duo Maverick McNealy and Viraat Badhwar among Round-of-32 winners at U.S. Amateur Four-Ball
Stanford college golfers Maverick McNealy and Viraat Badhwar were among the Round-of-32 winners Monday at the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship at Olympic Club.
U.S. Amateur Four-Ball pits brothers against ex-teammates, but all leave smiling
A U.S. Amateur Four-Ball match between brothers Ben and Danny Day and former teammates Ryan McCarthy and Patrick McCormick showed the essence of this USGA championship.