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Spieth leading going into weekend at Birkdale

Jordan Spieth finished off a windy and wet second round of the British Open with a 1-under 69 to take the lead.    

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Kuchar posts career-best in major to share lead

Matt Kuchar matched the best front-nine score ever at Royal Birkdale. And even following that with nothing but pars on the back nine, the American still shot his best score in a major.    Kuchar saved par from behind the 18th green and shot 5-under 65 to share the lead with Jordan Spieth and U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka in the opening round of the British Open. 

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Paul Broadhurst is early leader at Champions stop in Madison Video included

Paul Broadhurst is the leader after the first round of the PGA Champions Tour stop in Wisconsin.    Broadhurst shot a 9-under 63 in the American Family Insurance Championship. He has a two-shot lead over Brian Henninger. Broadhurst had a good day especially considering that this was his first time playing the University Ridge course in Madison.    Tournament host Steve Stricker is locked in a three-way tie for third at 6 under. Stricker, who turned 50 this year, is... More>>

Elderly golf fan who died at US Open lost wife days earlier

The elderly golf fan who died while attending the U.S. Open in Wisconsin had lost his wife of 68 years earlier in the week.    Ninety-four-year-old Marshall "Chick" Jacobs died Friday in the arms of his son, Bill, after becoming unresponsive at the 6th green. Just three days earlier, Lucille Jacobs, died after experiencing complications from a broken hip.   

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Steve Stricker with plenty of family support at US Open

For Steve Stricker, family is never far on the course. The Edgerton native's wife serves as his caddy. Also this week, his daughter has been able to follow him from shot to shot. She has certainly not been alone.

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Fowler leads US Open

Erin Hills was kind to Rickie Fowler and rough on several others during the first round of the U.S. Open.    Fowler is atop the leaderboard following a 7-under 65 that included seven birdies and no bogeys. He birdied three straight holes while making the turn and tied the record for the lowest score in relation to par for a first round of a U.S. Open. Jack Nicklaus and Tom Weiskopf each shot 7-under 63s at Baltusrol in 1980.    Fowler finds himself one shot ahead o... More>>

Green means go: Garcia looks for another major at US Open

Sergio Garcia was decked out in green today as he set out for his first U.S. Open practice round at Erin Hills, Wisconsin. Yes, Garcia wears the title of Masters champion quite well. A weight was lifted when he finally captured the major title that eluded him for all those years. What he's done in the past does not guarantee success, adulation or even happiness in the future, though. Nobody has learned that lesson in a more public fashion than Garcia himself. Of his ... More>>

Jimmy Walker wins PGA Championship

Jimmy Walker shot a bogey-free, 3-under-par 67 Sunday to win the PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club, becoming the fourth first-time major champion this year.    Walker, who was in the lead after every round, finished at 14-under 266, one shot ahead of defending champion Jason Day who closed with a 67 that included an eagle 3 on No 18.    Daniel Summerhays was third at 10 under after a 66 while there was a three-way tie for fourth at 9 under.    There... More>>

Stricker's streak of pars ends with an 8

Steve Stricker began the second round with 14 consecutive pars to stay on the leaderboard. The 15th hole changed everything.    He lost one ball. He nearly lost another. He had to hack out of the hay back into the fairway, and then hit his next shot back into the hay. When he finally tapped in, he had a quadruple-bogey 8 to fall back to even par for the tournament.    That's mostly a product of the toughest conditions of the day. The gusts topped out at just over 3... More>>

Mickelson lamenting missed chance at history

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Phil Mickelson is heartbroken, even after one of the greatest rounds in major championship history.    Lefty shot an 8-under 63 in the opening round of the British Open on Thursday, but he'll long remember the lipped-out putt at the 18th hole that cost him a chance at history.    Mickelson could've become the first player to shoot 62 at a major championship. Instead, he joins 25 other players who've managed a 63.    Mickelson puts it this way: "All t... More>>

Stricker overcomes nerves for a 67

Steve Stricker was nervous when he teed off at Royal Troon, and it showed. He had to scramble for par on the first hole and took bogey on the next hole. But the 49-year-old American settled down and shot 67.

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Toledo, Sauers top PGA Tour Champions in Wisconsin

Estaban Toledo and Gene Sauers each shot 9-under 63 on Friday to share the first-round lead in the PGA Tour Champions' inaugural American Family Insurance Championship.    Toledo made five straight birdies on his first nine at University Ridge, added three more on Nos. 1, 2 and 4 and capped his bogey-free round with another on the par-5 ninth. The 53-year-old Mexican player won the Allianz Championship in February for his fourth senior title.    Sauers also closed ... More>>

Tee times announced for opening round of American Family Insurance Championship

The first-round pairings have been set for the inaugural American Family Insurance Championship. 

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Stricker to be US captain at Presidents Cup

Steve Stricker is the next American captain for the Presidents Cup, for the 2017 matches at Liberty National. 

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Daly commits to PGA Tour Champions event in Madison

The newest golf tournament in Madison will feature one of the most colorful characters in PGA Tour history. John Daly has committed to attending the American Family Insurance Championship on June 24-26 at University Ridge Golf Course. 

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Spieth captures FedEx Cup, back to Worlds No. 1

At age 22, Jordan Spieth became the first $22 million man in golf Sunday.  Spieth capped off a dream season when he poured in putts from all over East Lake and closed with a 1-under 69 for a four-shot victory in the Tour Championship.  More>>

The battle at the top with McIlroy, Spieth

Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth are set to square off in the PGA Championship this week at Whistling Straits. More>>

Woods comes to PGA with modest goal: get better

Tiger Woods comes to the final major of the year without much talk about winning. He simply wants to get better.   Woods has slipped so far because of injury and poor play that he was able to show up last weekend at Whistling Straits to get ready for the PGA Championship. That's because he wasn't eligible for the World Golf Championship at Firestone for the first time in his career.   He hasn't won a tournament in two years. When asked if he knew his wor... More>>

Promoting PGA, rested McIlroy readies for US Open

Rory McIlroy needed a break after missing the cut two straight weeks. McIlroy made a stop in Kohler, Wisconsin, on Friday to promote the PGA Championship in August at Whistling Straits.
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