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Stanford named Solheim Cup assistant captain

Angela Stanford has been assistant captain for the United States' 2021 Solheim Cup team. More »

 

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Ryder Cup without fans almost a 'yawner', says U.S. captain Stricker

(Reuters) - Holding golf's Ryder Cup later this year without fans present due to the COVID-19 pandemic would almost make the event "a "yawner", U.S. captain Steve Stricker has said. More »

 

Golf-Ryder Cup without fans almost a 'yawner', says US captain Stricker

June 4 (Reuters) - Holding golf's Ryder Cup later this year without fans present due to the COVID-19 pandemic would almost make the event "a "yawner," U.S. captain Steve Stricker has said. More »

 

Joh edges Korda in sudden death for LPGA eTour title

Tiffany Joh sank a 23-foot birdie putt on the first hole of sudden death to beat Jessica Korda in the final of the LPGA eTour Live tournament on Wednesday. More »

 

PGA Tour coronavirus testing convoy ready to roll

(Reuters) - The PGA Tour will roll out three mobile laboratories that will conduct on site testing at all tournaments as the sport returns from a nearly three-month coronavirus hiatus next week with the Charles Schwab Challenge in Texas. More »

 

PGA to host back-to-back events at Muirfield in July

A second PGA Tour event with title sponsor Workday will be held at Muirfield Village one week before the Memorial Tournament next month. More »

 

Woods labels Floyd death a 'shocking tragedy'

Tiger Woods took to Twitter to speak out for the first time since the death of George Floyd, a Minneapolis man who died in police custody last week. More »

 

Woods labels Floyd death a 'shocking tragedy'

Tiger Woods took to Twitter to speak out for the first time since the death of George Floyd, a Minneapolis man who died in police custody last week. More »

 

On this day... June 3

(Reuters) - ON THIS DAY -- JUNE 3 More »

 

Woods says Floyd death a 'shocking tragedy'

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Tiger Woods said on Monday he has always respected U.S. law enforcement but that their use of force on George Floyd, the 46-year-old African-American man who died while in police custody, clearly crossed a line. More »

 

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