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Day vows to bring different mindset to Presidents Cup

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Former world number one Jason Day is determined to bring a more positive mindset to the Presidents Cup in Melbourne this year after struggling to produce his best for the Internationals team in four consecutive losses to the United States. More »

 

Wie plans to take 'time away,' withdraws from LA Open

Michelle Wie put her return to competition on hold again, citing a lingering hand injury that first surfaced last August. More »

 

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Ex-caddie: Tiger's comeback 'an incredible story'

Steve Williams, who caddied for Tiger Woods for 13 years, was as transfixed as any observer when his former employer made a run to his fifth Masters title earlier this month. More »

 

Ex-caddie: Tiger's comeback 'an incredible story'

Steve Williams, who caddied for Tiger Woods for 13 years, was as transfixed as any observer when his former employer made a run to his fifth Masters title earlier this month. More »

 

Pan vaults to No. 55; Bjerregaard to play on PGA Tour

The benefits from C.T. Pan's first career PGA Tour victory continued to roll in Monday, as the Taiwanese golfer rocketed up 58 spots to a career-high No. 55 in the official world golf rankings. More »

 

Pan claims first tour win by one stroke over Kuchar

(Reuters) - Taiwan's Pan Cheng-tsung held steady when it counted and won his first PGA Tour tournament with a one-stroke victory over Matt Kuchar as world number one Dustin Johnson stumbled badly on the back nine at the RBC Heritage in South Carolina on Sunday. More »

 

McCarron wins Mitsubishi, moves to No. 1 in standings

Scott McCarron overcame a rocky start Sunday to post a wire-to-wire win by two shots at the Champions Tour's Mitsubishi Electric Classic in Duluth, Ga. More »

 

Taipei's Pan gets first pro win in PGA's RBC Heritage

C.T. Pan had competed among leaders on the final day of tournaments in the past, but finishing the task made Sunday's outing in the RBC Heritage particularly rewarding. More »

 

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