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USATSI Patrick Cantlay has had tremendous success at the Shriners Children’s Open over the years. In fact, Cantlay finished on top of the leaderboard in 2018 and secured back-to-back runner-up finishes in 2019 and 2020. Cantlay could certainly find himself in the mix again this week when the 2022 Shriners Children’s Open gets underway from
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Oct 2, 2022 Associated Press JACKSON, Miss. — Whether it was sheer confidence or remarkable resilience, Mackenzie Hughes never doubted he would win the Sanderson Farms Championship. He just never imagined how it would unfold Sunday evening. Hughes had to make six key putts on the final seven holes — four of them for par
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Rory McIlroy teed it up at St. Andrews Saturday for the first time since the final round of The Open, when he had to watch Cameron Smith hoist the claret jug after McIlroy could only manage a final-round 2-under 70 at the famed links course. The world No. 2 fared a little better in the
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The PGA Tour filed a countersuit against the LIV Golf Invitational Series this week, accusing the new Saudi Arabian-backed league of trying to induce top golfers to breach their contracts with the Tour by claiming that the Tour couldn’t enforce them, according to The Associated Press’ Doug Ferguson. The lawsuit was filed on Wednesday in
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Patrick Reed’s $750 million defamation lawsuit against the Golf Channel is growing. Reed pulled his initial $750 million defamation lawsuit against the Golf Channel and analyst Brandel Chamblee on Wednesday and refiled it in federal court in Jacksonville, Florida. Reed added several other Golf Channel employees to the lawsuit, including Eamon Lynch, Shane Bacon and
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The U.S. team captured the Presidents Cup again, taking down the International team 17½ to 12½ at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Sunday. It was the Americans’ ninth straight victory and 12th in 14 editions of the event. Over four days, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas emerged as the face of American
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American dominance in the Presidents Cup continues. Team USA rolled to an early 17.5-12.5 win over the International Team on Sunday afternoon at Quail Hollow Club in North Carolina, marking its ninth straight win at the biennial event. The Americans now hold a 12-1-1 overall record and have never lost in the United States. Team
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