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Set to make a move?

Jordan Spieth tees off in the final pairing at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational at Colonial Country Club. Can the world No. 2 set the pace Saturday? Track Round 3 on the leaderboard.

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Spieth in contention at the Colonial (1:44)
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21hMichael Collins

#AskESPNCaddie: Time to pick a partner

Whom would you chose for a best-ball competition among the top three in the world? And where do the PGA Tour's ball strikers have the best chance? Michael Collins answers your questions.

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U.S. Open the return for Tiger? (1:36)
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Oh No!: Muddy golf and snowy cycling (0:57)
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Simpson scrambles way into contention at Colonial (1:48)
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Clarke names Ryder Cup vice-captains

European captain Darren Clarke has named Padraig Harrington, Thomas Bjorn and Paul Lawrie as his three assistants for the Ryder Cup in September.

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7hAlex Perry

Why Willett must win at Wentworth

The European Tour's flagship event has been a touch flat this year for various reasons, which is why Danny Willett must emerge victorious at Wentworth on Sunday.

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Spieth three back after first round at Colonial (1:19)
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Jutanugarn keeps rolling for 2-shot lead at Volvik

Ariya Jutanugarn had four back-nine birdies to shoot a 4-under 68 on Friday at the Volvik Championship, taking a two-shot lead after winning the previous two LPGA Tour tournaments.

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3dMichael Collins

Keep tabs on pro-caddie eye contact

On one hole at Colonial, pros have a decent chance of finding the water. Michael Collins explains why they might have only themselves to blame.

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Simpson strong in tougher Colonial conditions (1:44)
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Reed clocks in with 65, T-2 at Colonial (2:24)
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Recent run both frustrating, motivating for Spieth (2:23)
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Bill Murray impresses Jordan Spieth at Colonial?! (2:08)
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3dAlex Perry

BMW PGA Championship enters post-McIlroy era

As the European Tour comes to terms with the fact that its biggest names no longer clamber to play its flagship event at Wentworth, who is on hand to entertain the record-breaking crowds?

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Room for the little guy on the PGA Tour? (2:30)
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Willett compares Wentworth with Augusta (1:06)
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Across the Pond: Reaction to Rory's win? (3:16)
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Four-Ball: What's next for McIlroy, Spieth?

Monday Four-Ball: Our experts discuss what's next for Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth, the Muirfield decision and the U.S. Open favorite.

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Greenbrier woos volunteers with incentives

The Greenbrier Classic hopes to lure more volunteers by offering incentives such as a $20,000 cash drawing as well as free rooms, golf and spa treatments.

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Duke's Carta wins golf title with record-low score

Duke freshman Virginia Elena Carta finished at 16-under 272 for the lowest score in NCAA history, winning the individual title Monday as the Blue Devils advanced to match play.

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Cooper, Papp win U.S. Women's Amateur 4-Ball

Hailee Cooper, 16, and Kaitlyn Papp, 17, won the U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball Championship on Wednesday at Streamsong Resort, outlasting 13-year-olds Angelina Kim and Brianna Navarrosa.

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Willett echoes McIlroy's Zika concerns

Masters champion Danny Willett has echoed Rory McIlroy's concerns about competing in the Olympics this year due to the ongoing threat of the Zika virus.

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A stunning eagle at 18 rescues Scott Hend at Wentworth, but Danny Willett's weekend woes continue as a 4-over 76 sees the Masters champion down to T5. It wasn't pretty, but it sets up a fascinating final day of the BMW PGA Championship.

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What is going on at Wentworth? It's a bogeyfest out there and Tyrrell Hatton now leads -- despite finishing his round more than 2 hours ago. Overnight leaders Danny Willett, Scott Hend and Y.E. Yang can't buy a birdie at the moment.

Alex Perry ESPN UK Editor 

Not so much moving day at Wentworth as it is stumbling-home-a-little-bit-drunk day. Back-to-back bogeys for leader Scott Hend and the Australian is back at -8 alongside Danny Willett and Tyrrell Hatton. Does anyone want to win the BMW PGA Championship?

Alex Perry ESPN UK Editor 

How quickly this crazy game of ours changes. Danny Willett cards 3 bogeys on the bounce from the 9th and from 2 shots ahead the Masters champion now trails Scott Hend by 2 at Wentworth.

Alex Perry ESPN UK Editor 

Only a handful of rounds in the 60s from the morning starters on day 3 here at Wentworth -- the best of which was from young Englishman Tyrrell Hatton, whose 66 sets the clubhouse target at -8 and moves him to within 3 of the lead.

Alex Perry ESPN UK Editor 

Danny Willett isn't quite getting into the front-9 groove he was in yesterday when he went out in 29 -- but birdie at the long par-3 5th and the Masters champion leads the BMW PGA Championship by 1 at 11-under.

Alex Perry ESPN UK Editor 

We have a 4-way tie at the BMW PGA Championship as Jaco Van Zyl birdies the par-5 4th to join Danny Willett, Y.E. Yang and Scott Hend on -10. Behind them, watch out for Martin Kaymer -- 4-under thru 8 to move to -8.

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A huge roar fills the air as Danny Willett is announced on Wentworth's 1st tee. Our co-leader rips one down the middle and is underway on moving day at the BMW PGA Championship.

U.S. Open the return for Tiger?

With the news that Tiger Woods will miss the Memorial Tournament, Andy North discusses the chances Woods returns for the U.S. Open.

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