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Happy Times for Tiger Woods Heading to a Ryder Cup

Happy Times for Tiger Woods Heading to a Ryder Cup Tiger Woods paused on his walk toward the 18th green at Le Golf National and threw his head back in laughter. These are happy times for Woods, regardless of whatever Bryson DeChambeau said to cause such a reaction Tuesday. Olson Takes 2-Shot Lead After 3rd […]

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Tuesday Rounds Offer Clue to American Ryder Cup Partnerships

Tuesday Rounds Offer Clue to American Ryder Cup Partnerships Jim Furyk has a “really good idea” of the pairings he will send out on the first day of the Ryder Cup, the United States captain said on Tuesday. Ryder Cup Convert McIlroy Ready for Event He Once Dismissed Rory McIlroy has come a long way […]

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Curtis Strange Talks About the U.S. Open and Shinnecock Hills

Curtis Strange Talks About the U.S. Open and Shinnecock Hills Curtis Strange, who will do commentary for Fox Sports during the Open this week, talked about his expectations for the tournament in the Hamptons. Weary Team USA Arrives in Paris A weary Team USA arrived in France on Monday afternoon in advance of this week’s […]

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Links Golf Rewards the Good (and Lucky)

Links Golf Rewards the Good (and Lucky) A different type of temperament is needed for the heather and gorse — and the pot bunkers deep enough for a flock of sheep to take cover. A New Biography Traces Tiger Woods’s Mythical Rise and Fall Like a pair of supersleuths, Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyian reconstruct […]

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Canadian Star Brooke Henderson Wins CP Women's Open

Canadian Star Brooke Henderson Wins CP Women’s Open Brooke Henderson’s adoring home fans chanted her name and sang “O Canada.” Her father raced onto the 18th green to shower her and sister/caddie Brittany with champagne. Leave the Bucket Lists to Those Ambitious Boomers. It’s Tee Time. Many retirees are “looking to achieve more of their […]

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A Lasting Influence in Golf Descends From a Boxing Legend

A Lasting Influence in Golf Descends From a Boxing Legend Joe Louis Barrow Jr., a son of the boxing champion Joe Louis, will retire this year from the First Tee, a golf program for disadvantaged children that has grown exponentially under him. Who Hits Golf Balls Into the Sea? What a beach vacation taught me […]

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Ernie Els Won for South Africa, Now He’s Giving Back

Ernie Els Won for South Africa, Now He’s Giving Back Ernie Els has won four major championships in a Hall-of-Fame career, but the influence of his golf foundation may have a greater impact. Slowing Down Is Not Part of Gary Player’s Plan The golfer still travels the world, designing golf courses, playing some tournaments and […]

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Day 2 at the Masters Starts With Mayhem and Ends With Patrick Reed in the Lead

Day 2 at the Masters Starts With Mayhem and Ends With Patrick Reed in the Lead Reed shot a six-under-par 66 and held a two-stroke lead over Marc Leishman. Lurking behind them were eight major winners, while Tiger Woods barely made the cut. Brazilian Who Learned Golf With a Branch Will Open Olympics The first […]

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Jon Rahm, a Rising Star, Stalls at Golf’s Majors

Jon Rahm, a Rising Star, Stalls at Golf’s Majors Rahm, a 22-year-old from Spain ranked sixth in the world, mostly kept his frustrations in check in the second round of the P.G.A. Championship. Trump’s Visits Ground Business at Small New Jersey Airports The flight restrictions that occur when President Trump visits his golf club in […]

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Bruce Lietzke, Laid-Back Winner on the PGA Tour, Dies at 67

Bruce Lietzke, Laid-Back Winner on the PGA Tour, Dies at 67 He won 13 tournaments but, by his account, rarely practiced and liked to take summer vacations — at the height of the tour — to be with his family. Summer Reading Contest, Week 10: What Interested You Most in The Times This Week? Our […]

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