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Cink family facing cancer battle

Stewart Cink, who decided to enter this week's Dean & DeLuca Invitational at Colonial, spoke about what his family is going through while his wife, Lisa, battles breast cancer.

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Spieth in contention at the Colonial (1:44)
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Leaderboard: Spieth charging at Colonial

With four birdies in a five-hole stretch Friday at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational, world No. 2 Jordan Spieth jumped into contention at Colonial Country Club.

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Molder holding off Simpson, Spieth at Colonial

Bryce Molder is holding off Webb Simpson and Jordan Spieth but still has three holes to play in the second round of the Colonial, where thunderstorms interrupted action early.

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U.S. Open the return for Tiger? (1:36)
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11hMichael 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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Simpson scrambles way into contention at Colonial (1:48)
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Spieth three back after first round at Colonial (1:19)
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18hAlex Perry

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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13hAlex 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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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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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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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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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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Room for the little guy on the PGA Tour? (2:30)
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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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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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Dinosaurs running Muirfield (0:59)
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Muirfield tales shed light on strict membership

How 'military' is Muirfield? A few anecdotes show the club's rules aren't just about a lack of female members, which took it out of the Open rotation of links courses.

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Host McIlroy rallies to secure Irish Open title

Tournament host Rory McIlroy produced a sensational finish to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat and win the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open for the first time at The K Club.

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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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Kevin Maguire Golf 

For all the joy golf brings, it can be a torturing game. Two weeks ago at the Players Championship, Ken Duke shot arguably the best round of the entire year on the PGA Tour. His 65 on Saturday at TPC Sawgrass bested the field average by a whopping 10.592 shots in brutal conditions that saw the top players struggling on baked out greens. This week at Colonial? Duke went 78-76 and will likely finish dead last in the field of 121 golfers. There's always next week, Ken.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Crowd erupts as Jordan Spieth makes another birdie to take the outright lead. Another big cheer as he walked to the 6th tee and they posted his score on the scoreboard here at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Matt Kuchar, playing in the same group as Jordan Spieth, has really turned things around. After a 1st round 73 (+3), Kuchar is now -6 on the day thru 13 holes on a very windy Texas afternoon at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Jordan Spieth has tied for the lead at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational at -6 with a birdie on the difficult par 3 5th hole. Crowds swelling as Jordan is now -3 on a windy afternoon in Fort Worth, TX.

#AskESPNCaddie: Most common breach of etiquette?

Of all the etiquette rules in golf, which one gets broken the most? Michael Collins answers in this week's #AskESPNCaddie mailbag from Colonial Country Club.

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Alex Perry ESPN UK Editor 

Y.E. Yang finishes day 2 of the BMW PGA Championship at -10 to join Danny Willett and Scott Hend atop the halfway leaderboard. Wentworth loves a shock winner -- but it's not often you go into a weekend shootout with the reigning Masters champion...