Leishman keeps momentum going with 9-under 62

September 15, 2017

LAKE FOREST, Ill. – With nine holes to go at the Dell Technologies Championship, Marc Leishman appeared to be on cruise control and heading toward his second win of the season. While those hopes were quickly dashed, Leishman wasted little time in returning to the top of the leaderboard. The Aussie struggled down the stretch […]

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Day opens with 64 despite caddie change, bad back

September 15, 2017

LAKE FOREST, Ill. – Jason Day no longer has Col Swatton to lean on as a caddie, but he still has plenty of positives memories when it comes to strolling the fairways of Conway Farms Golf Club. Day reached world No. 1 for the first time with a wire-to-wire victory here two years ago, and […]

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Japan event suspended after N. Korea missile launch

September 15, 2017

Updated at 8:50 a.m. ET: Matthew Griffin joined “Morning Drive” on Friday to discuss what it was like upon learning the Japan Golf Tour event in which he was competing was temporarily suspended because North Korea launched a missile in Japan airspace. Original story: The second round of the Japan Golf Tour’s ANA Open was […]

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European Tour celebrates 1,000 holes-in-one

September 15, 2017

Mikko Ilonen aced the par-3 14th hole Friday at the KLM Open. TV announcers reported that he got some champagne, some “nice Dutch pottery,” and a year’s supply of Heineken beer. It was also the 1,000th hole-in-one in European Tour history. Check out some of the most memorable ones in the video above.

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S.H. Park takes advantage of ultimate Evian mulligan

September 15, 2017

Sung Hyun Park made the most of her reprieve Friday at the Evian Championship. After her nightmarish start to the event on Thursday was scrubbed clean when LPGA officials decided to wipe away first-round scores after a weather suspension, Park made the most of Friday’s re-start. Park shot 8-under-par 63 to take the early lead […]

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Korda channels frustration into 67 at Evian

September 15, 2017

Jessica Korda made it clear she wasn’t happy with scores being wiped clean with Thursday’s cancellation of the first round of the Evian Championship, but she came out strong in Friday’s re-start. Still, Korda finds herself four shots behind Sung Hyun Park through Friday’s morning wave. She was eight shots ahead of Park before first […]

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IOC approves golf for 2024 Olympics in Paris

September 15, 2017

In June the executive board of the International Olympic Committee recommended golf, as well as the other 27 sports from last year’s Summer Games, be included in the program for the 2024 Games, and on Friday the lineup was approved at the 130th IOC session. Golf returned to the Olympics for the first time in […]

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Creamer WD's from Evian with 'excruciating' pain

September 15, 2017

Paula Creamer withdrew from the Evian Championship Friday with a left wrist injury. Creamer, who hurt her wrist on Tuesday, informed fellow competitors Ai Miyazato and Yani Tseng on No. 4, her 13th hole of the day, that she could no longer endure the pain. “It’s just, like excruciating,” Creamer told reporters after she withdrew. […]

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ESPN College GameDay 2017: TV Schedule, Predictions and Location for Week 3

September 15, 2017

Gerry Broome/Associated Press ESPN’s College GameDay won’t have to travel far between its Week 2 and Week 3 destinations. After setting up shop in Columbus, Ohio, for Oklahoma’s stunning stomping of Ohio State, the crew will ship its setup a shade over 200 miles up I-71 into Kentucky for Saturday’s ACC showdown between No. 14 Louisville and […]

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Expert Predictions for Week 3 in College Football

September 15, 2017

Expert Predictions for Week 3 in College Football 0 of 8 Fresh off a victory over Auburn, will Clemson win on the road against Louisville?Rainier Ehrhardt/Associated Press Bleacher Report’s college football experts were unable to agree on whether Louisville or Clemson will win the best game of Week 3, but all six did agree in […]

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