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English tied for early Friday lead at Travelers Championship

Defending champion Harris English shot a second-round 65 Friday to move into a tie for first place at 9-under after the morning rounds at the Travelers Championship in Connecticut More »

 

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European tour bans LIV golfers from Scottish Open

The European tour says players who competed in the Saudi-backed breakaway LIV series will not be allowed to play in the Scottish Open and two other upcoming tournaments More »

 

European Tour bans golfers who played in Saudi tournament from the Scottish Open and other events, fines them $120,000

European Tour bans golfers who played in Saudi tournament from the Scottish Open and other events, fines them $120,000 More »

 

In Gee Chun races to record-tying 5-shot lead at Women's PGA

In Gee Chun breezed to an 8-under 64 and jumped out to a record-tying five-stroke lead in the first round of the Women’s PGA Championship More »

 

Jay Haas beats his age and shares the lead at US Senior Open

Jay Haas has been shooting his age or better for the last three years More »

 

Rory McIlroy, JT Poston share Travelers lead at 8-under 62

Rory McIlroy fought off a sinus bug to shoot an 8-under 62 on Thursday for a share of the first-round lead with J More »

 

PGA Tour in 'arms race' of dollars and leaning on loyalty

Commissioner Jay Monahan says the PGA Tour is in an arms race it can't win with LIV Golf when the weapon is Saudi-funded money More »

 

Scheffler, McIlroy highlight strong field at Travelers

This week's Travelers Championship will feature six of the  world’s top 15 ranked players, including No. 1 Scottie Scheffler and No. 2 Rory McIlroy More »

 

Korda set to defend title at Women's PGA Championship

It was just one year ago that Nelly Korda won the Women’s PGA Championship to secure her first major and reach No. 1 in the world More »

 

British Open allows golfers from Saudi-backed series to play

Players who have joined the new Saudi Arabia-funded league will still be allowed to compete at the British Open next month More »

 

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