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Alison Lee Q&A: LPGA rookie's star rising

LPGA rookie Alison Lee talks about her quick rise in women's golf, early lessons learned on tour and her future ambitions.

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Rose still pines for Wentworth win

'Outside of the majors, I can't think of a tournament I'd like to win more than the BMW PGA Championship,' says the local favourite.

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Kuramoto's 71 enough for lead at Senior PGA

Massy Kuramot shot a 1-under 71 to take the lead after the first round of the Senior PGA Championship on a difficult day on the Pete Dye Course at French Lick Resort.

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Melissa Reid wins Turkish Airlines Ladies Open

England's Melissa Reid won the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open on Wednesday, leading wire-to-wire for her fifth career Ladies European Tour victory.

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Donald seeks to overcome McIlroy at Wentworth (1:57)
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'Frustrated' Donald bids to save Open dreams

Two-time BMW PGA Championship winner looking to kick-start his season at Wentworth as he bids to qualify for the US Open and Open Championship.

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McIlroy says the pressure is off

Rory McIlroy has warned his rivals he can get even better after admitting he doesn't suffer from dealing with pressure any more.

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Collins: Despite win, McIlroy still needs to raise the bar (1:24)
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McIlroy: 'I feel like I've been playing well for a while' (1:51)
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Better late: Lee wins delayed LPGA Kingsmill

Minjee Lee shook off a three-putt bogey on her first hole with two finishing pars and won the Kingsmill Championship by two shots Monday, her first victory on the LPGA Tour.

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Na in the clubhouse with control of lead

After a bogey on the 18th, Kevin Na sits 3 strokes ahead of Ian Poulter and has a 4-stroke lead on anyone still on the course at Colonial. Na was 4-under on the day. Leaderboard

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Rory McIlroy shot a 78 (+6) in the 2nd round of the BMW PGA Championship, matching his worst 18-hole score in his last 44 worldwide events

Na takes lead at Colonial

Kevin Na birdied three of the first five holes on the back nine at Colonial to take a two-stroke lead over Ian Poulter. Na has yet to finish in the top 5 of any event in 2015. Leaderboard

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Two days, two very different outcomes

On Thursday, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth -- the world Nos. 1 and 2, respectively -- combined to play 36 holes at separate events at -7 (McIlroy 71, Spieth 64). But today? McIlroy shot a 78 (+6), tied for his worst 18-hole score in his last 44 worldwide events, while Spieth shot 73 (+3).

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Bob Harig @BobHarig

Forget Tiger's prime. He STILL has missed just 13 cuts worldwide as pro. Or 1 less than his major total. Not fair to compare anyone to that

What a difference a week makes

Through 2 rounds at last week's Wells Fargo Championship, Rory McIlroy was -7 overall and -7 on the par 5's, just 3 shots off the 36-hole lead. This week at Wentworth, he was +5 after 2 rounds, missing the cut, and was just -2 on the par 5's.

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Ian Poulter has the lead

Jordan Spieth (plus-2 today after 16) had been tied with Poulter (minus-3 today) at minus-8 overall after 12 holes but fell off the pace over his next few at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. Leaderboard

McIlroy misses cut at Wentworth

Rory McIlroy won't defend his title at the BMW Championship in England after he shot 6-over 78 on Friday. McIlroy, who has won two tournaments this month, is in the middle of a stretch of playing five straight events over three countries and eight time zones.

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Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Jordan Spieth leads at Colonial. Even though Byron Nelson event gave him his first start, he's always admitted this course suits him better.