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Four-Ball: Amazed at Hurley's inspirational win

Monday Four-Ball: How improbable was Billy Hurley III's emotional win over the weekend? How many of the top-10 men will show up in Rio? Our experts tackle these topics and more.

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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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Hurley may miss Open for sister's wedding

Billy Hurley has revealed he could turn down his place in The Open at Troon following his life-changing maiden PGA Tour title in the Quicken Loans National.

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Jason Day's delicate Olympic dance

With Rory McIlroy opting to skip the Olympics in Rio this year, Jason Day shoulders an added burden as potentially the face of golf's return to the Games.

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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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Spieth commits to 2016 Australian Open

The Australian Open has been given a huge boost after world No.2 Jordan Spieth committed to the event for a third straight year.

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Watson 100 percent committed to Rio Games

Despite a busy schedule and rising fears over the Zika virus, Bubba Watson says he's 100 percent committed to playing in the Rio Olympics, provided he makes the U.S. team.

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Michael Collins' Sunday U.S. Open grades

From Dustin Johnson's tenacity to USGA insanity, Michael Collins rates the highs and lows of the final round of the U.S. Open.

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An intertwined history of Arnie and Oakmont

An ailing Arnold Palmer's roots in western Pennsylvania run deep, especially at Oakmont, where he remains the indomitable spirit surrounding the course that will host a record ninth U.S. Open.

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The PGA Tour today announced its schedule for the 2016-17 campaign. Other than a few already-known sponsorship and venue changes, it's all basically business as usual, with late-summer events falling back into their usual non-Olympic year place on the calendar.

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PGA Tour releases its 2016-17 schedule. Other than a few already-known sponsorship and venue changes, it's all basically business as usual.

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Already knew the PGA Tour's Los Angeles stop would be hosted by Tiger Woods Foundation next year. Now, the tourney's new name: Genesis Open.

Hurley III wins Quicken Loans National

Ranked No. 607 in the world last year, 34-year-old Billy Hurley III earned his first PGA Tour victory with a win at the Quicken Loans National.

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