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Stricker to host Champions event in Wisconsin

Wisconsin is getting a regular date on a professional golf tour again as the Champions Tour will make a stop starting in June 2016 at the University Ridge course in Madison.

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'Dreaming' Kjeldsen wins Irish Open

Dane beats Eddie Pepperell and Bernd Wiesberger in playoff to win Rory McIlroy-hosted event at Royal County Down.

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Kjeldsen earns Open bid with playoff victory

Ranked 303rd in the world entering the week, Soren Kjeldsen's Irish Open playoff victory over Eddie Pepperell and Bernd Wiesberger earned the Dane a spot in the 144th Open Championship.

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Rain turns par-4 into 104-yard par-3 at AT&T

After initially saying it would shorten the par-4 14th hole at TPC Las Colinas because of overnight rain, PGA Tour officials changed course and said the hole will play as a par-3.

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Stanford claims women's golf title over Baylor

Mariah Stackhouse rallied to beat Hayley Davis in 19 holes to give Stanford its first NCAA women's golf title, 3-2 over Baylor on Wednesday in the match-play final.

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Harrington out by shot as 16 reach U.S. Open

Alexander Levy and Liang Wen-Chong led their respective qualifying sites as 16 players earned berths into the U.S. Open from the sectional qualifiers Monday.

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Clear your Saturday calendars

American Pharoah's shot at the Triple Crown. French Open women's final. Stanley Cup finals. Memorial Tournament. World Cup soccer. Not a bad sports Saturday.

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Nobody in golf has ever understood media obligations like Jack Nicklaus. His news conference Wednesday is scheduled for 90 minutes. Yes, 90.

Tiger gets in 1st U.S. Open practice

Days before teeing off at Jack Nicklaus' Memorial Tournament, Tiger Woods visited Chambers Bay, site of the 2015 U.S. Open, Monday. Woods' last major win was at the 2008 U.S. Open.

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'Expect good things' for Adam Scott

Scott's reunion with Steve Williams should work well, ESPN's Michael Collins said: "Normally when you get two guys back together that have a good history together and have spent some time apart, well, magic happens again."

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