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Mickelson deferring pain of Open loss

With no time to wallow in defeat after his loss at Royal Troon, Phil Mickelson hopes to put the recent past behind him and rekindle his winning ways at the PGA Championship.

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13hBob Harig

Bubba Watson says he 'can't wait' to get to Rio

Bubba Watson says he can't wait to get to Rio de Janiero and has been all-in on the Olympics ever since it became apparent that he had a chance to qualify for the United States.

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'Gutted' McIlroy beaten in long drive contest

Korea's Byeong Hun An came out on top in the long drive contest at the U.S. PGA Championship, much to the irritation of Rory McIlroy.

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18hDave Tuley

Betting guide for the PGA Championship

Looking to place a couple of bets on the PGA Championship? Dave Tuley and Will Harris offer the best values and provide their general wagering strategy for this week's event at Baltusrol.

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Willett: Time to rediscover Masters form

Danny Willett believes it is time to put his Masters triumph out of his mind and focus on making further additions to his trophy cabinet.

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Jhonattan Vegas rallies to win Canadian Open

With his 1-shot victory on Sunday at the RBC Canadian Open, Jhonattan Vegas punched his ticket to the year's final major championship, which starts Thursday in New Jersey.

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Lefty to begin PGA Championship with Day, Rory

Phil Mickelson will open the 98th PGA Championship alongside defending champion and world No. 1 Jason Day, as well as 2012 and 2014 champ Rory McIlroy, on Baltusrol's Lower Course.

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Gonzalez Escallon wins soggy Symetra event

Belgium's Laura Gonzalez Escallon won the FireKeepers Casino Hotel Championship on Sunday for her first Symetra Tour title when rain washed out at the final round.

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European Tour could stage six-hole events

European Tour chief executive Keith Pelley insists golf must embrace new formats and plans to have six-hole events on the professional circuit as early as next year.

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4dMichael Collins

#AskESPNCaddie: Talking The Open

Has there been a better Open Championship than Henrik Stenson's win at Royal Troon? Will the LPGA try to play at more courses where the men play? Michael Collins answers your questions...

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England sweeps U.S. at International Crown

The U.S. lost both of its four-ball matches to England at the UL International Crown, and Yani Tseng helped Taiwan sweep Australia on Thursday in the rare team event on the LPGA Tour.

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Stenson eager for more majors

Henrik Stenson says he is hungry for more major championships after his Open win.

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Love impressed by Americans' consistency

Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III said he loves the consistency that the Americans have been playing with.

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Phil Mickelson on the final round of The Open at Troon: "I have no regrets, other than not going over to Henrik Stenson's bag and bending his putter." And yes, he was smiling when he said that.

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Phil Mickelson on the final round at Troon: "I have no regrets, other than not going over to Henrik Stenson's bag and bending his putter."

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

There was no Open hangover for Phil Mickelson but he admitted that his close call at Royal Troon will "over time be more disappointing," given how well he played in finishing second to Henrik Stenson. Mickelson said he didn't want to let it linger and hurt his chances at this week's PGA.