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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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DeLaet qualifies for Open Championship (1:16)
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Harman misses Travelers playoff by a shot (1:39)
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Choi overcomes Lewis to take LPGA Tour victory

Even Na Yeon Choi wasn't sure if Sunday was the time for her ninth career LPGA Tour title as she struggled throughout much of her round at Pinnacle Country Club.

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Five tied for lead at PGA Professional

Kyle Voska, Ben Polland, Austin Peters, Shawn Warren and Shane Zywiec each shot 4-under 68 on Sunday to share the first-round lead in the PGA Professional National Championship.

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Sink a hole-in-one, get a barrel of JD whiskey (2:59)
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Kevin Streelman remembers win at the 2014 Travelers Championship (0:58)
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Open Championship purse soars to $10 million

The British Open champion at St. Andrews next month will win $1.8 million, an increase of $275,000 from 2014, as the total purse soared approximately 17 percent to $10 million.

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OTL: Mickelson tied to money laundering

A 56-year-old former sports gambling handicapper, acting as a conduit for an offshore gambling operation, pleaded guilty last week to laundering approximately $2.75 million of money that two sources told Outside the Lines belonged to Phil Mickelson. Story

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Mickelson millions tied to money laundering

Nearly $3 million transferred from golfer Phil Mickelson to an intermediary was part of "an illegal gambling operation which accepted and placed bets on sporting events," according to two sources and court documents obtained by Outside the Lines. Story

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