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Kiradech rallies late, wins Shenzhen in playoff

Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat captured the inaugural Shenzhen International on Sunday after rallying in regulation with an eagle on the 17th hole and winning in a playoff.

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Canadian businessman hired as Euro Tour CEO

The head of a Canadian media conglomerate that acquired rights to the NHL in the largest sports deal in the country's history has been hired as the new chief executive of golf's European Tour.

The Masters: Round 4

Jordan Spieth SportsCenter conversation (3:14)

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Michael Collins' Round 4 Masters grades

It's time to assess the overall performances this past week at Augusta. Check out how Tiger Woods and other top players fared.

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Luke Donald @LukeDonald

Caught Fluff taking a power nap this morning around 8am in the caddy area, must have known he was going to carry the bag 4 an extra 2 holes!

Furyk sets new PGA Tour low
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Jim Furyk won the RBC Heritage with a final-round 63, which equals the lowest final-round score by a PGA Tour winner in 2015.

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Furyk gets first PGA win in 100 starts
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Jim Furyk won the RBC Heritage -- his 17th career PGA Tour event victory -- after outlasting Kevin Kisner in sudden death with his 11th birdie of the day, on the second playoff.

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John Buccigross @Buccigross

Jim Furyk just won the RBC_Heritage with a birdie on the second playoff hole. Courtroom sketches available soon

John Buccigross @Buccigross

Kevin Kisner/Jim Furyk currently in a playoff at Hilton Head (final round moved up because of weather) not on live TV because it's only 2015

Bob Ryan: Spieth 'next great thing'

The Boston Globe columnist praised Masters champion Jordan Spieth on the Sports Reporters: "Spieth appears to have it all. In addition to an impeccable all-around golf game, he appears to have manners... and is wise beyond his years."

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Sei Young's change of luck on the green

Sei Young Kim hit her ball in the water and recovered with a chip shot to send the Lotte Championship to the playoff -- where she sank a shot from 154 yards out to make eagle and win the championship.

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