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Tiger Woods back injury forces him out of event
The back injury that plagued Tiger Woods throughout last week's FedEx Cup opener at The Barclays could put paid to his plans for this week's event at TPC Boston, after it was announced he is pulling out of a charity event this week.The Notah Begay III Foundation Challenge, hosted by Woods's friend... view

Team USA lose second straight Solheim Cup
Team USA were unable to reclaim the Solheim Cup with a disappointing 10-18 loss in Colorado, as the continental side dominated the singles match-ups on the concluding day three of the biennial contest.The toast of the tournament was 17-year-old English star Charley Hull who defeated Paula Cre... view

Dufner's tale of redemption at PGA Championship
Jason Dufner finally blew away the two-year-old ghosts of Atlantic Athletic Club with a redemptive PGA Championship triumph at Oak Hill on Sunday.Having blown a five shot lead at the same tournament in 2011, choking with just four holes left to lose to Keegan Bradley, the 36-year-old was du... view

Jim Furyk leads the field at PGA Championship
With Oak Hill hosting the year's final major, the PGA Championship, it's anyone guess who'll be kissing the Wanamaker Trophy to close out the 2013 majors season.Reputedly one of the most open majors on Tour, the opening round scores suggested it's still anyones game.With a soft course thanks to... view

Nicklaus: PGA Championship most open major
Of all the majors, the PGA Championship is the most exciting - simply because anyone can win it. The words of a man who knows more than anyone when it comes to winning majors, 18-time major champion Jack Nicklaus."The British Open, you can eliminate a lot of guys because of conditions. The U.S. Ope... view

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