The PGA Tour posted its 2016-17 schedule on Monday. Much of the same stays intact, but several notable changes will be on hand.
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Kirk Triplett strung together four straight birdies on his back nine to earn a two-shot victory on the PGA Tour Champions.
Ollie Schniederjans won a three-man playoff at Crestview Country Club to claim his first victory as a professional.
Henrik Stenson grinded through 36 holes Sunday to claim a three-shot win in Germany.
Members of the IOC are not pleased, and the recent announcements of players opting out of the Olympics could alter their decision to keep golf past 2020.
Houston golfer Michael Perras edged future Memphis golfer Peyton Dix by two shots to win the Greystone Invitational.
University of North Florida's Philip Knowles shot a 3-under 69 at Rivertowne Country Club to earn a victory at the Rice Planters Amateur.
Lydia Ko eagled her final hole to cap a second-round 9-under 62 that moved her into a share of the lead with Morgan Pressel.
Thanks to a 7-3 showing in Saturday singles, the host Europeans hold a six-point lead before the final day of the 2016 Arnold Palmer Cup.
PGA Tour tee times and pairings for the final round of the 2016 Quicken Loans National at Congressional Country Club's Blue Course in Bethesda, Md.
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