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Jason Day's delicate Olympic dance

With Rory McIlroy opting to skip the Olympics in Rio this year, Jason Day shoulders an added burden as potentially the face of golf's return to the Games.

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Toledo, Sauers share lead at PGA Tour Champions

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.

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Willet misses BMW cut as Aphibarnrat surges

Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat hit a superb 64 to join Henrik Stenson and Raphael Jacquelin atop the leaderboard at the BMW International Open.

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Rahm in early lead at Congressional in pro debut

Jon Rahm had a professional debut to remember, shooting a 7-under 64 on Thursday at Congressional to take the early first-round lead in the Quicken Loans National.

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Across the Pond: Dustin Johnson's penalty (3:19)
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2dKevin Maguire

Day: I sympathize with McIlroy's Olympic WD

Jason Day hasn't made a decision himself yet about playing in the Olympics, but the world No. 1 says he understands what made Rory McIlroy pull out.

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2dBob Harig

Tiger critical of USGA for Johnson penalty

Tiger Woods criticized the USGA's handling of the Dustin Johnson penalty at the U.S. Open on Wednesday saying it was "frustrating to watch how it was handled."

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Jacquelin takes lead at BMW International Open

Frenchman Raphael Jacquelin's game proved to be as hot as the weather in Germany as he carded a seven-under-par 65 to take the first-round lead in the BMW International Open.

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3dZach Turcotte, FantasyGolfInsider.com

DFS Golf: Navigating soft Quicken Loans National field

With a lot of players taking a week off after the U.S. Open, the field for the Quicken Loans National is a soft one, but that also means surging prices. Zach Turcotte looks for the right approach

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Spieth commits to 2016 Australian Open

The Australian Open has been given a huge boost after world No.2 Jordan Spieth committed to the event for a third straight year.

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Watson 100 percent committed to Rio Games

Despite a busy schedule and rising fears over the Zika virus, Bubba Watson says he's 100 percent committed to playing in the Rio Olympics, provided he makes the U.S. team.

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Digital Drive: Johnson's fifth-green penalty makes headlines (1:47)
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Golfers weigh in on USGA's slow response on Johnson moving ball (0:40)
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John Daly tees off from man's mouth (0:22)
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At the U.S. Open at Oakmont on Friday morning, what is James (0:14)
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7dPaul Lukas

Uni Watch: A breakdown of golf fashions

Friday Flashback: Uni Watch sits down with the director of the United States Golf Association Museum to talk about the evolution of style on the course.

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11dIan O'Connor

An intertwined history of Arnie and Oakmont

An ailing Arnold Palmer's roots in western Pennsylvania run deep, especially at Oakmont, where he remains the indomitable spirit surrounding the course that will host a record ninth U.S. Open.

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Quirky leaderboard at Quicken Loans

The leader is Vijay Singh, who is 53 years old. He'd be the oldest winner in PGA Tour history. In second is Jon Rahm, who is making his first professional start on the PGA Tour -- at 21.

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Fresh off low-am honors at U.S. Open, Jon Rahm shoots 7-under 64 to take early lead in first career pro round. Kid just might have a future.

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You know you watch too much golf when you hear there's a Congressional sit-in and wonder what the PGA Tour players are so angry about.