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Darren Clarke wins Sanford International via three-man playoff
Darren Clarke of Northern Ireland made a birdie on the second playoff hole on Sunday to win the Sanford International for his third Champions Tour title of the season.
Golf-Swede Broberg hangs on to win KLM Open
(Reuters) - Sweden's Kristoffer Broberg held on for a three-shot victory at the KLM Open on Sunday after shooting a level-par 72 in the final round at the Bernardus Golf Course in Cromvoirt, Netherlands.
Jim Knous, Maverick McNealy tied for lead in Napa
Jim Knous fired a seven-under 65 Saturday to vault up the leaderboard and into a first-place tie with Maverick McNealy after 56 holes of the Fortinet Championship in Napa, Calif.
K.J. Choi has two-shot lead at Sanford International
South Korea's K.J. Choi shot a 4-under 66 on Saturday and holds a two-shot lead at 11-under 129 after two rounds of the Sanford International at Sioux Falls, S.D.
Third round postponed to Sunday at Cambia Portland Classic
The third round of the Cambia Portland Classic in West Linn, Ore. was postponed on Saturday due to overnight rainfall that has affected course conditions.
Jin Young Ko takes lead at Cambia Portland Classic
South Korea's Jin Young Ko, looking for her second LPGA victory of the season, holds a one-shot lead at the midpoint of the Cambia Portland Classic in West Linn, Ore.
Maverick McNealy grabs lead at Fortinet Championship
Maverick McNealy, a Northern California native and Stanford product, moved to the top of the Fortinet Championship leaderboard after an up-and-down round Friday in Napa, Calif.
K.J. Choi, Darren Clarke share lead at Sanford International
K.J. Choi of South Korea and Darren Clarke of Northern Ireland tied for the first-round lead at the Sanford International in Sioux Falls, S.D., with matching rounds of 7-under 63 on Friday.
Kevin Na takes issue with Ryder Cup snub
Kevin Na said he was none too pleased with being left off the United States team at the upcoming Ryder Cup.
Golf - Rift between Koepka and DeChambeau can inspire the U.S. team, warns Harrington
(Reuters) - The long-running feud between Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau has the potential to inspire the American team instead of weighing them down at next week's Ryder Cup, Team Europe captain Padraig Harrington said on Friday.
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