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Frenchman Clement Berardo has been disqualified from a Challenge Tour event for running out of golf balls. Berardo was competing in the first round of the Andalucia-Costa del Sol Match Play 9 in Spain and lost the final ball in his bag on the 16th hole. The 32-year-old was therefore disqualified for failing to finish
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CHASKA, Minn. — Hannah Green of Australia got just about everything wrong in the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship except what mattered: Her score. Green didn’t have wet weather gear when she teed off Thursday at Hazeltine as it started to rain — she doesn’t like rain pants, anyway, because they make too much noise. On
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The PGA Tour’s developmental tour is going by a new name after a 10-year sponsorship agreement was announced Wednesday. Known as the Web.com Tour, the circuit that serves as a feeder system for the PGA Tour will now be called the Korn Ferry Tour, with the Los Angeles-based global organizational consulting firm taking over immediately.
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CROMWELL, Conn. — There is one major piece missing from Phil Mickelson’s golf résumé — he’s never won the U.S. Open. He’s starting to get it into his head that it likely won’t ever happen. “I really don’t have many more chances,” Mickelson said Wednesday after his practice round at the Travelers Championship at TPC
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PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Tiger Woods does not figure to be picking up a golf club anytime soon. Much to the dismay of tournament organizers in Detroit and Minneapolis, he will instead spend time with his family, decompressing from one major championship, then trying to build back up to another. That he will again go
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AUGUSTA, Ga. — Four members of a Texas family have pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges in what prosecutors say was a scheme that used stolen identities to obtain tickets to the Masters golf tournament, which were then resold for a profit. U.S. Attorney Bobby Christine’s office said in a news release that Stephen Michael Freeman
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