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Women's British tees off at Turnberry

The Ricoh Women's British Open returns to scenic Turnberry, where scores are low so far in Round 1 (live on ESPN2, WatchESPN.)

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Inbee Park critical of qualifying rules for Rio

Inbee Park, the top-ranked player in women's golf, has criticized the qualifying criteria for next year's Olympic tournament, saying it will rule out too many of the world's top stars.

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PGA Tour player: Father missing for nine days

Billy Hurley III is playing this week's Quicken Loans National while enduring a family crisis -- his father, Willard Hurley Jr., has been missing for the past nine days.

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Family of Charlie Sifford accused of $1M theft

The son and ex-daughter-in-law of the late Charlie Sifford, a pioneer as a black golfer were indicted Tuesday on charges they stole more than $1 million from him.

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Artis rallies to claim Ladies Scottish Open victory

Australia's Rebecca Artis rallied to win the Ladies Scottish Open, shooting a 6-under 66 on Sunday in windy and rainy conditions for a two-stroke victory over Norway's Suzann Pettersen.


WATCH: Women's British Open

At -5 through 10 holes, Cristie Kerr is 2 shots off the lead at Turnberry. The three top scores are already in the clubhouse: Hyo Joo Kim (-7), Lydia Ko (-6) and Kyu Jung Baek (-5). Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN


Stephen A Smith @stephenasmith

Due to the Women’s British Open being on ESPN2 today and tomorrow, Skip and I have the days off. Have a good weekend and see you on Monday.

Skip Bayless @RealSkipBayless

Sorry, First Take faithful … Women's British Open is on ESPN2 today and tomorrow, so Stephen A and I won't return until Monday.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Four days after Jason Day's win, Jason Bohn and Jason Gore are tied for the early lead. I'm telling you, we're taking over...

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Sounds like the Women's British Open (at Trump Turnberry) is turning into The Donald Trump Show. What a shame. He must hate the attention.

John Buccigross @Buccigross

When Tiger Woods played this week's event last year (held in June), he entered the week ranked No. 5 in the world. This week, he’s 266th