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Lydia Ko shot an 8-under 64 to join Lexi Thompson atop the Women in Tech Championship leaderboard with one round left at Brickyard Crossing
These images that have gone viral are real.
Scott Hend of Australia shot a 7-under 63 on Friday to follow his opening 64 and led the European Masters by one stroke after the second round
Kevin Sutherland and Glen Day shot 7-under 65 to share the first-round lead in the Japan Airlines Championship, the first PGA Tour Champions event in Japan
Lexi Thompson shot a 9-under 63 to take a one-shot lead over Sandra Gal and Kris Tamulis in the inaugural Indy Women in Tech Championship
Jimenez's 6-under round of 64 puts him in a three-way tie for the lead after Thursday.
Miguel Angel Jimenez fired a 6-under round of 64 in a three-way tie for the lead after the European Masters first round on Thursday
Justin James won the Volvik World Long Drive Championship, beating Canadian Mitch Grassing in the final round
Michelle Wie has all the Nike hook-ups.
Michelle Wie has withdrawn from The Evian Championship as she recovers from surgery to remove her appendix
Phil Mickelson picked for Presidents Cup team, making it 23 straight times playing Presidents Cup or Ryder Cup
Mickelson has played on every Presidents Cup and Ryder Cup team since 1994.
Golf notes: The quiet return of Patrick Cantlay, Justin Thomas and the players he has beaten and the list of rookies who are trying to reach the FedEx Cup finale
The likable U.S. Presidents Cup captain must make the first of many difficult decisions when he names his two at-large picks Wednesday.
Young Riley made a great call for Mickelson.
Some families lay out as much on youth sports as on their mortgages, making sacrifices and taking financial risks for their children's dreams.
Ferguson column: Justin Thomas racing to catch up to longtime friend Jordan Spieth
This was an absolutely incredible move.
According to a TD Ameritrade study, nearly two out of 10 families are spending $1,000 per month on elite youth sports.
Justin Thomas had an answer for everyone in winning for the fifth time this season