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Brandt Snedeker gets win No2 of the season
Brandt Snedeker will be thanking the stork for his win at the Canadian Open on Sunday, as final round leader Hunter Mahan withdrew from the event to be by his wife's side as she went into labour. Zoe Olivia was born early Sunday in Texas, meanwhile Snedeker was securing another title in Oakvill... view

Mickelson savours historic British Open win
Phil Mickelson blew away the field at Muirfield to secure his first ever British Open and fifth career major on Sunday, shooting an epic final round-66 to win by three strokes, and crown the greatest round of his career.The San Diegan didn't do it the easy way either, beginning his final round five... view

Woods says elbow is good to go for Brit Open
Tiger Woods is "good to go" for the British Open this week with no concerns for his injured left elbow nor for his battered and bruised confidence, that has seen him fail at majors since the 2008 U.S. Open.''I feel very good about my game,'' Woods said. ''I feel very, very good going into m... view

Jonas Blixts the field at Greenbrier Classic
    Sweden's Jonas Blixt clawed back from a four-shot deficit at the start of the final round to win the Greenbrier Classic by two strokes on Sunday.Blixt's 3-under 67 finish was good for a 13-under 267, which was enough to top third-round leaders Johnson Wagner and Jimmy Walker. Wit... view

PGA Tour will ban long putters from 2016
The PGA Tour have announced that they will uphold the ruling that bans the anchored putting stroke used by four of the last six major champions, ending speculation of a potential schism in golf.Rule 14-1b which takes effect on January 1, 2016 stipulates that it is illegal for players to attach the... view

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