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Journeyman Armour (64) just enjoys the grind

CROMWELL, Conn. – Count Ryan Armour among the guys who will tell you life on the PGA Tour really is all it’s cracked up to…

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Cantlay (66) stumbled to finish, feels like he can ‘birdie every hole’ at Travelers

CROMWELL, Conn. – One bad swing cost Patrick Cantlay the early lead Thursday at the Travelers Championship. Cantlay was cruising along at 6 under when…

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Stage set for Wildernesse to host Open Regional Qualifier

Wildernesse Golf Club in Kent is all set to host Regional Qualifying for The 148th Open Championship on Monday, June 24. Wildernesse is one of…

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Stewart Golf launches Longest Day Challenge flash sale in aid of Macmillan

Stewart Golf has launched a flash sale to support today’s (June 20) 72-hole Macmillan Longest Day Challenge. For every X9 Follow sold while the Stewart…

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Lee6 and Co. hoping to keep Korean trend going at KPMG Women’s PGA Championship

CHASKA, Minn. – Jeongeun Lee6 is seeking to win back-to-back major championships. Sung Hyun Park is looking to defend her title. Jin Young Ko is…

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Watch: Leishman shows his love for his lawn (?)

In a four-minute video we definitely weren’t expecting to see today, Marc Leishman unveils he has a borderline obsession with his 70-foot wide back yard. …

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Phil on U.S. Open: ‘I really don’t have many more chances’

CROMWELL, Conn. – Given his history at Pebble Beach and his family ties to the course and the fact that he’s just running out of…

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Phil on U.S. Open: ‘I really don’t have any more chances’

CROMWELL, Conn. – Given his history at Pebble Beach and his family ties to the course and the fact that he’s just running out of…

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Mickelson skipping Scottish Open to prep for The Open

CROMWELL, Conn. – Throughout his Hall of Fame career, Phil Mickelson has made a conscious effort to play his way into form, usually scheduling a…

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Koepka: I care about Tour events; taking ‘major’ approach at Travelers

CROMWELL, Conn. – Brooks Koepka is not pleased with the perception that he doesn’t care about regular PGA Tour events. Speaking with the media ahead…

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Korn Ferry replaces Web.com as developmental tour sponsor

The PGA Tour’s developmental tour has a new umbrella sponsor. As of Wednesday, the Web.com Tour will now be known as the Korn Ferry Tour,…

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Kang gets ‘Tour Boyfriend Things’ assistance ahead of Women’s PGA

CHASKA, Minn. – If Danielle Kang wins the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship for the second time in three years, it might be because of “Tour…

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Ready or not, here she comes: Wie back from injury, again, at Women’s PGA

CHASKA, Minn. – Michelle Wie will turn 30 in four months. Her joints probably feel a lot older. Since breaking into the golf world’s consciousness…

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Fantasy favorite Casey ready for another shot at Travelers title

CROMWELL, Conn. — Paul Casey is a popular fantasy pick this week at the Travelers Championship — and he knows it. “Yeah, I saw I…

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Pain-free Thomas hopes ‘good things start happening soon’

CROMWELL, Conn. — Standing under an umbrella on a rainy Tuesday at the Travelers Championship, Justin Thomas made no excuses. His wrist isn’t hurting him….

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Stock Watch: High on U.S. Open course rota

Each week on GolfChannel.com, we’ll examine which players’ stocks and trends are rising and falling in the world of golf. RISING Gary Woodland (+10%): It…

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Woodland plays mixed bag to win US Open

US Open champion Gary Woodland used clubs from four different golf brands to win his first major title. Woodland signed for Wilson Golf as a staff…

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Suh sticks with sticks that work to begin pro career

When Justin Suh was a freshman in high school, he bent the shaft of his putter before a Northern California Golf Association junior tournament. He…

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Travelers featured groups: Koepka draws Watson, Finau

On the heels of the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, Brooks Koepka and a strong list of other stars head to TPC River Highlands for this week’s…

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