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Golf-McIlroy searching for swing of nearly a decade ago

June 21 (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy is trying to replicate his swing from almost a decade ago, he said on Thursday after a six-under-par 64 in the first round at the Travelers Championship in Connecticut. More »

 

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Spieth tied for first-round lead, McIlroy one behind

(Reuters) - Defending champion Jordan Spieth downplayed the significance of his score after carding seven-under-par 63 to tie fellow American Zach Johnson for the first-round lead at the Travelers Championship on Thursday. More »

 

Fleetwood battles to two-over 74 in first round in Germany

(Reuters) - Tommy Fleetwood could not conjure up his U.S. Open magic as he battled to a two-over-par 74 in the opening round at the BMW International Open in Germany on Thursday. More »

 

Spieth says Fleetwood is big threat at U.S. Open

LONDON (Reuters) - Reigning champion Jordan Spieth believes Tommy Fleetwood could be the biggest threat at next month's British Open after a sensational second place at Shinnecock Hills last week. More »

 

Golf-Spieth says Fleetwood is big threat at Open

LONDON, June 21 (Reuters) - Reigning champion Jordan Spieth believes Tommy Fleetwood could be the biggest threat at next month's British Open after a sensational second place at Shinnecock Hills last week. More »

 

'Embarassed' Mickelson apologizes for U.S. Open rules violation

(Reuters) - Phil Mickelson apologized on Wednesday for putting a moving ball during the third round of last week's U.S. Open, saying he is "embarrassed" for a lapse in judgment that sparked a storm of controversy. More »

 

Golf-'Embarassed' Mickelson apologizes for U.S. Open rules violation

June 20 (Reuters) - Phil Mickelson apologized on Wednesday for putting a moving ball during the third round of last week's U.S. Open, saying he is "embarrassed" for a lapse in judgment that sparked a storm of controversy. More »

 

'Embarrassed and disappointed' Mickelson apologizes for U.S. Open penalty

Four days after his putt that rocked the golfing world, Phil Mickelson apologized Wednesday for his actions at the U.S. Open. More »

 

Golf-Two-time major champion Hubert Green dies

(Reuters) - Two-time major winner Hubert Green, who shook off a death threat en route to a U.S. Open triumph, died from complications after a lengthy battle with throat cancer. He was 71. More »

 

Australia's five-time British Open champion Thomson dies

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Five-time British Open champion Peter Thomson died at his home in Melbourne on Wednesday after a four-year battle with Parkinson's disease, Golf Australia said. He was 88. More »

 

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