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Players happy as Tour gets tough on slow play
(Reuters) - The first serious attempt to speed up play on a major golf tour was overwhelmingly rated a success by players in the opening round of the Shot Clock Masters in Austria on Thursday.
Former world No.1 Scott gets U.S. Open golf spot via qualifier
(Reuters) - Former world number one Adam Scott is set to maintain his 17-year streak of competing in major championships after the Australian secured a spot in next week's U.S. Open through a qualifying event in Columbus, Ohio on Monday.
PGA Tour pro Cauley 'thankful to be alive' after car accident
PGA Tour pro Bud Cauley said he is "thankful to be alive" on Monday after suffering multiple serious injuries in a car accident on Friday night.
Discovery Inc in $2 billion deal for international PGA golf rights
(Reuters) - Discovery Inc, the owner of Animal Planet and the Discovery Channel, will invest more than $2 billion over the next decade to broadcast and stream golf's PGA Tour outside the United States, the company said on Monday.
Golf-Warning signs were there for Ariya, says Faxon
SHOAL CREEK, Ala., June 4 (Reuters) - Ariya Jutanugarn's collapse at the U.S. Women's Open on Sunday ranked among the most memorable in major championship history, eight-times PGA Tour winner Brad Faxon said after watching the Thai squander a seven-shot lead before winning in a playoff.
Golf-Kim just proud to have been in playoff at US Women's Open
SHOAL CREEK, Ala., June 3 (Reuters) - Seven shots behind runaway leader Ariya Jutanugarn halfway through the final round of the U.S. Women's Open on Sunday, it never crossed Kim Hyo-joo's mind that she might have a chance to win it.
Golf: Ariya averts disaster to win U.S. Women's Open in playoff
SHOAL CREEK, Ala. (Reuters) - Ariya Jutanugarn let a seven-stroke lead slip through her fingers at the U.S. Women's Open on Sunday after a remarkable back-nine collapse but averted disaster by beating South Korean Kim Hyo-joo in a playoff to collect her second major title.
Golf: Ariya and Kim in U.S. Women's Open playoff
SHOAL CREEK, Ala. (Reuters) - Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn and South Korean Kim Hyo-joo headed to a two-hole aggregate playoff to decide the U.S. Women's Open at Shoal Creek on Sunday.
Golf: DeChambeau prevails in three-way playoff to win Memorial
(Reuters) - Bryson DeChambeau beat South Korean An Byeong-hun and fellow American Kyle Stanley in a three-way playoff to win the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio on Sunday as Tiger Woods's victory hopes fell apart on the back nine.
Golf: Ariya seven shots clear with nine holes left at U.S. Women's Open
SHOAL CREEK, Ala. (Reuters) - Ariya Jutanugarn moved inexorably toward the U.S. Women's Open title when she opened an almost insurmountable seven-stroke lead halfway through the final round on Sunday.
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