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How Zika virus is letting golfers off the hook

Golfers might believe that the Olympics aren't worth the hassle for multiple reasons, but the Zika virus is the only excuse that gives them a free pass, Jason Sobel writes.

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PGA DFS Marketplace: WGC-Bridgestone Invitational

Which golfers should be in your daily fantasy golf lineups for the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational? Fantasy Golf Insider's Zach Turcotte forecasts his best values on the market.

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R&A welcomes Muirfield call for new vote

The R&A has welcomed the news that Muirfield wants to hold a fresh ballot over whether to admit women members, just six weeks after the golf club rejected the proposal.

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Triplett rallies to win the AmFam championship

Kirk Triplett rallied to win the inaugural American Family Insurance Championship on Sunday for his fifth PGA Tour Champions title, making four straight birdies in front of another large crowd at

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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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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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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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Day out of Olympics, cites Zika concerns

World No. 1 Jason Day announced that he will not be competing in the Rio Olympics due to concerns surrounding the Zika virus.

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Couldn't even type "Jason Day is the latest golfer to pull out of the Olympics" before Shane Lowry became the latest golfer to pull out of the Olympics.

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Couldn't even type "Jason Day is the latest to pull out of the Olympics" before Shane Lowry became the latest to pull out of the Olympics.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

With Jason Day's withdrawal today from the Olynpics, the list of elite golfers out of the competition might be more impressive than those still in right now. Day joins Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott and Charl Schwartzel among those who have announced their decision to bypass the Rio festivities.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Citing concerns over the Zika virus, world No. 1-ranked golfer Jason Day withdrew from the upcoming Olympic Games today.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Jason Day latest to pull out of Olympics over Zika concerns. The list of players out might be more impressive than those still in right now.