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2hBill 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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16hJason Sobel

Streb snaps putter, works magic with sand wedge

Robert Streb's prowess on the green -- with a 56-degree wedge after breaking his putter -- was enough to sound like a scene from "Tin Cup" -- or a Dan Jenkins novel.

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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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Ancer needs playoff to seize Nova Scotia Open

Abraham Ancer won the Nova Scotia Open on Sunday for his first Web.com Tour title, beating Bronson Burgoon with a 15-foot birdie putt on the first hole of a playoff.

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22hPA Sport

Allen wins first LET title at European Masters

America's Beth Allen won her first Ladies European Tour title in the ISPS Handa European Masters after Irish amateur Leona Maguire threatened to pull off a famous victory.

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2dJason 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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4dJason Sobel

Greenbrier aces yield $192,400 payday for crowd

Being a spectator at a golf tournament has never been as profitable as it was during Thursday's opening round of the Greenbrier Classic -- and it could get even better.

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PGA, LPGA distance themselves from Trump

Four golf organizations that have tournaments scheduled at Donald Trump courses do not share his views and released a joint statement to say so Wednesday.

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Dobyns edges Polland for PGA Professional win

Matt Dobyns won the PGA Professional National Championship for the second time in four years Wednesday to top the 20 qualifiers for the PGA Championship.

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Oosterhuis says he has early onset Alzheimer's

Peter Oosterhuis announced that he has early onset Alzheimer's disease in Golf World's digital magazine Monday with the hope the news can bring attention and raise money toward finding a cure.

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Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Danny Lee became just the second Danny to win on the PGA Tour since Caddyshack was released in 1980. "Be the ball, Danny..."

Domino effect of McIlroy's injury

Rory McIlroy's injured ankle has not only cast doubt on his chances to repeat as British Open champion, but it's also thrust his young rival's run at golf history into the spotlight, writes Bob Harig. Impact on Jordan Spieth

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What the future holds for McIlroy

What impact will a ruptured ankle ligament have on four-time major champion Rory McIlroy's season going forward? ESPN's golf experts weigh in. Monday Four-Ball

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Rory McIlroy could join rare list

If the world No. 1 is unable to play the British Open, he'd become the 1st reigning champion to miss the following year since Ben Hogan in 1954. McIlroy has finished in the top 10 in each of the past 4 majors. Vote for ESPYs best male golfer

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Spieth the British Open favorite?

Jason Sobel believes he is. "He's very good at compartmentalizing this pressure and being able to focus on every single shot as opposed to being about the big picture. And if he continues to do that, there's no reason that he can't go out and win the Open Championship."

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Collins' plea to McIlroy: Skip British

Michael Collins would rather see Rory McIlroy take time off now to recover fully. "Instead of rushing back and playing hurt and developing bad habits, take a lesson from all those golfers who have told people in the past that they came back too early. You be the different one."

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Sobel: Be wary of Woods' bold statements

Tiger Woods' bogey free final round at the Greenbrier Classic looked like the turning point for the previously-struggling golfer. Not according to Woods, who called his poor performance at the Memorial Tournament his turning point. Tiger turnaround

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Pepper: Can't put athletes in a bubble

Dottie Pepper says not to fault Rory McIlroy for playing soccer. "This is his personality. He has fun with his friends, he's very active. I mean, something freak like this could have happened in the gym [while] working out."

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Rory McIlroy's odds drop after injury

After he announced his ankle ligament rupture today on Instagram, the world No. 1 golfer's odds have dropped from 5-1 to 8-1 to win next week's British Open. The new favorite? Jordan Speith, who goes from 6-1 to 9-2. (via Westgate LV SuperBook).

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Rory McIlroy suffers ruptured ligament

The world's No. 1 golfer announced on Instagram today he's suffered a "total rupture of left ATFL (ankle ligament)" while playing soccer with friends on Saturday. He called himself "day by day" but added "Rehab already started... Working hard to get back as soon as I can."

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Ian O'Connor @Ian_OConnor

No, playing football isn't playing w/ fireworks. But that wasn't the smartest thing Rory McIlroy has ever done before a major.