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Stanford claims women's golf title over Baylor

Mariah Stackhouse rallied to beat Hayley Davis in 19 holes to give Stanford its first NCAA women's golf title, 3-2 over Baylor on Wednesday in the match-play final.

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Harrington out by shot as 16 reach U.S. Open

Alexander Levy and Liang Wen-Chong led their respective qualifying sites as 16 players earned berths into the U.S. Open from the sectional qualifiers Monday.

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Montgomerie wins by 4 to retain Senior PGA title

Colin Montgomerie turned in a command performance, shooting a 3-under 69 on the treacherous Pete Dye Course at French Lick Resort to win the Senior PGA Championship by four shots.

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Europeans choose vice captains for Solheim Cup

European Solheim Cup captain Carin Koch has named Sophie Gustafson and Maria McBride as vice captains for this year's competition against the United States.

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Australia's Lyle takes tour break to work on game

Australian PGA Tour player Jarrod Lyle, who recently returned after successful treatment from a second bout of leukemia, has decided he will suspend his comeback, according to a published report.

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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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Featured group of young guns Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas and Brooks Koepka each 1-under making the turn at the Byron Nelson Championship.

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Irish golfer goes from down and out to first place. Rory? Nah. After first career WD last week, Padraig Harrington tied for Irish Open lead.

There's always tomorrow, Rory

Rory McIlroy hangs his head after missing a putt on No. 18 at the Irish Open in Northern Ireland. McIlroy shot an 80 with 9 bogeys and 9 pars.

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Rory looking at another missed cut

After shooting an 80 today, Rory McIlroy looks like he may miss his 13th cut worldwide since rising to No. 1 in the world in March 2012. Tiger Woods has missed 13 cuts since turning pro in 1996.

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Rory McIlroy shot 80 (+9) in the 1st round of the EGA event this morning, his 1st time shooting 80 since the final round of 2011 Masters.

Rory shoots 80 in Irish Open start

The last time McIlroy shot 80 in an official event was the final round of the 2011 Masters. He entered that Sunday at Augusta leading the tournament and 12-under par, but after his final round 80 he finished tied for 15th.

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