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4hMichael Collins

Player Confidential: Jaw-dropping replies

This week's PGA Tour pro doesn't hold his tongue about Phil Mickelson's situation, how to spice up Tuesday money games and who should get kicked off the PGA Tour. And that's just the half of it.

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Spieth puts Master's meltdown to bed (1:45)
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Harrington misses out on U.S. Open spot

Ireland's three-time major champion Padraig Harrington was the highest-profile player to miss out on qualification for the U.S. Open after an agonising finish at Walton Heath.

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Collins: Jordan Spieth looked like 2015 Spieth in win (1:52)
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Spieth clinches victory with 34-foot putt (0:22)
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Wentworth king Wood eyes Ryder Cup debut

Chris Wood admitted he had no idea he was top of the leaderboard until he reached the 18th at Wentworth - but now victory is in the bag, all the Englishman's focus is now on Hazeltine.

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Wood victorious at Wentworth in BMW PGA

Chris Wood produced a record-equalling performance to claim the biggest win of his career at the BMW PGA Championship and get within touching distance of securing a Ryder Cup debut.

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Tiger loses another sponsor in MusclePharm

Two years after MusclePharm signed Tiger Woods to an endorsement deal that enabled its logo to appear on his golf bag, the company prematurely ended their deal in an effort to trim expenses.

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4dMichael 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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Cink family facing cancer with support from the PGA Tour (3:31)
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Vanderbilt two up on USC at NCAA golf tourney

Vanderbilt leads Southern California by two shots at the NCAA golf tournament, where the Trojans' Justin Suh shot a 3-under 67 to top the individual standings.

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U.S. Open the return for Tiger? (1:36)
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Oh No!: Muddy golf and snowy cycling (0:57)
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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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6dMichael 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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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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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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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy -- the three top-ranked golfers in the world -- are all playing this week's Memorial Tournament, fresh off wins in their last starts. There was some thought that the PGA Tour would group them together, but that's only the case for two of them in the first two rounds. Spieth and McIlroy will be joined by Justin Thomas at 8:26 a.m. ET on Thursday, while Day will play alongside Jim Furyk and defending champion David Lingmerth, beginning at 1:16 p.m.

Bob Harig @BobHarig

It's Memorial Tournament week, so a favorite Jack Nicklaus stat: from '63 to '80 at The Open: 3 wins, 7 2nds, 3 3rds; worst finish T12.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

The "Big Three"? Memorial opening-round tee times include the grouping of Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and ... Justin Thomas. Not Jason Day.

Tiger Woods @TigerWoods

Thinking of Pop, the brave men & women serving our country and the families staying strong at home. We are eternally grateful.

Spieth clinches victory with 34-foot putt

Jordan Spieth perfectly executed a 34-foot putt on the 18th hole to win the Dean & DeLuca Invitational.

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Spieth looking forward to Memorial

Jordan Spieth explains how he was able to pull off a win at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational and what kind of battle he expects to have at the Memorial Tournament.

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Darren Rovell @darrenrovell

$36.8 million: Jordan Spieth's career on-course earnings after today's win & last year's FedEx bonus. He is 2 months from turning 23.