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Golf whiffs at opportunity to distance itself from Trump (1:12)
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Van Zyl cards 64 for 2-shot lead at French Open

Jaco Van Zyl will take a two-stroke lead into the final round of the French Open and a shot at a maiden European Tour title after carding a 7-under-par 64 on Saturday.

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1dJason Sobel

Watson on painting car: 'The flag offends people'

Saying he didn't want to offend people, Bubba Watson on Friday elaborated on the rationale behind his decision to paint an American flag over the Confederate flag on the General Lee.

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Greenbrier aces yield $192,400 payday for crowd

Being a spectator at a golf tournament has never been as profitable as it was during Thursday's opening round of the Greenbrier Classic -- and it could get even better.

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PGA, LPGA distance themselves from Trump

Four golf organizations that have tournaments scheduled at Donald Trump courses do not share his views and released a joint statement to say so Wednesday.

  • USGA
  • Masters.com
  • TheOpen.com
  • PGATour.com
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Shaq's golf swing worse than Barkley's? (0:33)
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Dobyns edges Polland for PGA Professional win

Matt Dobyns won the PGA Professional National Championship for the second time in four years Wednesday to top the 20 qualifiers for the PGA Championship.

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Oosterhuis says he has early onset Alzheimer's

Peter Oosterhuis announced that he has early onset Alzheimer's disease in Golf World's digital magazine Monday with the hope the news can bring attention and raise money toward finding a cure.

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And for those who insist they only want to read about the leaders, not Tiger, here's an update: They're probably eating some breakfast.

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Tiger Woods warming up at Greenbrier by hitting some low, skipping wedge shots. Hmm, almost like something he'd use at, say, St. Andrews.

Bohn aiming to finish comeback

There's a 4-way tie for first place at the Greenbrier Classic, including Jason Bohn. His 61 Saturday moved him from the cut line to contention. The last player to make a cut on the number and win was Carl Pettersson in 2010. Tiger Woods tees off now tied for 47th place (-4).

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