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Caddie removed over photo of USGA notes

The USGA says the caddie for Sei Young Kim was removed from the U.S. Women's Open for taking photos of internal notes on the course setup.

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Rory, please withdraw from the Open Championship (1:42)
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Spieth: I want McIlroy at the Open

Spieth claims world No.1's injury 'doesn't change anything' and he still faces uphill battle to win tournament.

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How Wie's story makes us rethink success

It's been a winding road for Michelle Wie, once a prodigy hyped like no other and roundly criticized, too. She has emerged smiling -- hopeful of more trophies -- and embracing all that happened.

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Is Spieth the favorite to win Open Championship? (2:25)
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ESPN moves celebrity golf tournament course

ESPN has moved the site of its upcoming ESPY Celebrity Golf Classic from Trump National Golf Club following Donald Trump's derogatory comments about Mexican immigrants.

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20hBill Fields

Lucy Li brings back memories and a smile

Lucy Li -- all of 11 -- stole our hearts at last year's Open as she played beyond her years, then casually ate ice cream and giggled afterward. She won't be back, but we haven't forgotten.

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Four more Open spots handed out at Greenbrier

David Hearn didn't win the Greenbrier Classic playoff, but he did come away with a spot in the upcoming 144th Open Championship -- as did six other golfers Sunday.

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Lee wins 4-man playoff for 1st PGA Tour victory (2:05)
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Wiesberger wins Open de France

Austrian claims third European tour title after impressive final round of 65 amid blustery conditions in Paris.

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Golf whiffs at opportunity to distance itself from Trump (1:12)
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3dJason Sobel

Watson on painting car: 'The flag offends people'

Saying he didn't want to offend people, Bubba Watson on Friday elaborated on the rationale behind his decision to paint an American flag over the Confederate flag on the General Lee.

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PGA of America pulls Grand Slam event from Donald Trump's course. Took a little while, but those dominoes are starting to fall.

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Per previous tweet. Don't expect Scotland weather to be better than Cayman either! Or the diving. But golf ... Well yes.

John Deere a bad omen for Spieth?

Jordan Spieth will play the John Deere Classic this week, the tournament where he broke through for his first career PGA Tour win as a 19-year-old in 2013. He's up for the ESPY for Best Breakthrough Athlete. Vote here

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Jordan Speith: I'd miss McIlroy at the Open

About Rory McIlroy's ankle injury, which may keep him out of next week's Open Championship, Speith told the Golf Channel: "You want the defending champion, much less the best player in the world at the event. ... Losing the No. 1 player in the world for a major championship would be tough."

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