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Kisner doesn't settle for second at Colonial
(Mon, 29 May 2017 01:33:34 GMT)
Kevin Kisner, who has had eight second-place finishes on the PGA Tour, picked up his second career title with a win at Colonial.

Spieth's caddie can't finish round because of heat
(Sat, 27 May 2017 18:44:00 GMT)
FORT WORTH, Texas – Walking up the 11th fairway it had already been an eventful day for Jordan Spieth, but even he was surprised by what happened next at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational. “He [caddie Michael Greller] didn't tell me at all until we were walking down the 11th and he said, ‘Hey, this is my last hole.’ I was kind of surprised,” Spieth said of his caddie’s decision to seek medical attention for heat exhaustion. Greller was replaced on the bag by Spieth’s physical trainer, Damon Goddard, who joined the group on the eighth tee. Spieth said Greller had told Goddard that he might not be able to caddie the entire round with the heat index soaring to 108 degrees on Saturday. Goddard has caddied

Pro golfer admits to 'frustrating' outburst
(Sun, 28 May 2017 23:40:26 GMT)
Zach Johnson didn't come into this week's Dean and Deluca Invitational in the best vein of form, but his history at Colonial Country Club is so stupidly good (T-17, T-19, 73, 3, 1, 4, 1, T-9 every year since 2010), that he no-doubt thought he could turn things around this week. But, unfortunately for ZJ, it wasn't to be. He followed an opening round 67 with back-to-back 75s, leaving him near the tail-end of the leaderboard. Then, to make matters worse, a picture began circulating from his third round appearing to show the aftermath of a temper tantrum from Johnson, ordinarily one of the coolest heads on tour. Johnson, a class-act in every sense of the word, didn't pull any punches the following

Rahm on putt for playoff: 'I looked up'
(Sun, 28 May 2017 20:34:00 GMT)
If you learn more about a player in defeat than you do in victory, Jon Rahm’s demeanor was telling on Sunday following the final round of the Dean & DeLuca Invitational. Just moments after failing to convert a 12-footer for birdie at the 72nd hole that would have forced extra holes against Kevin Kisner, Rahm was asked about the missed opportunity. In his first season on the PGA Tour, the Spaniard has proven to be a singular talent with seven top-10 finishes and a victory earlier this year at the Farmers Insurance Open. If the 22-year-old, who admits he’s an emotional player, didn’t exactly take the long view just moments after finishing his round that should be neither a surprise nor a concern considering what he’s already accomplished in his brief career.

WATCH: European tour gives 9-year-old best birthday present ever
(Sat, 27 May 2017 21:10:34 GMT)
Check out this four-minute video posted by the European tour on Friday, which chronicles a golf fan celebrating his ninth birthday at the BMW PGA Championship. Aaron's dad emailed the Euro tour asking if it could do something special for his son, and the tour did. The video starts with Andrew "Beef" Johnston picking up Aaron and his father, with Beef saying "I'll be your VIP driver for the day." Then, en route to the course, they pick up Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson, who sit with Aaron in the back seat.

After Further Review: Don't short-change Colonial
(Sun, 28 May 2017 21:17:00 GMT)
Each week, takes a look back at the week in golf. Here's what's weighing on our writers' minds. On Colonial and the beauty of a short course: In three weeks the golf world will descend on Erin Hills for the U.S. Open, a course that can be stretched to over 8,000 yards. For the modern professional game, longer has somehow been confused for better, but on Sunday storied Colonial Country Club proved that adage wrong – again. At just over 7,200 yards, Colonial is the shining exception to the modern rule, with Kevin Kisner winning the event with a 10-under total over a leaderboard that included a bomber (Jon Rahm), a mid-length player (Jordan Spieth) and, well, Kisner. The game doesn’t

McNealy's college career ends quietly at NCAAs
(Sun, 28 May 2017 21:10:00 GMT)
SUGAR GROVE, Ill. – Maverick McNealy’s college career ended quietly Sunday, with few fans left at Rich Harvest Farms and the top teams back at their hotel and the leader 17 shots ahead. For the third consecutive year, No. 2-ranked Stanford failed to survive the 54-hole cut at the NCAA Championship. It was the final chapter of McNealy’s fascinating career, as he rose from overlooked No. 5 man to Player of the Year to, now, the will-he-or-won’t-he? star who earlier this week won the Hogan Award as the nation’s top amateur and college player. “I couldn’t have imagined a better four years,” McNealy said. “Very mixed emotions. I’m sad it’s all over but excited for whatever comes next.” Most immediately,

Miyazato cites lack of motivation for retirement from LPGA
(Mon, 29 May 2017 06:39:29 GMT)
Japan's Ai Miyazato says she has decided to quit the LPGA Tour at the end of the season because she lost her motivation for the sport after years of struggling to win again. "I've been struggling to maintain my motivation for the past four or five years," she told a news conference in Tokyo on Monday, three days after the LPGA announced her decision to retire. Miyazato joined the LPGA Tour in 2006 and has earned more than $8 million in her career but has fallen down the rankings and is currently outside the top 100. There were rumors in the Japanese media that Miyazato was retiring because she was getting married but the 31-year-old said she has no plans to tie the knot and her real reason for quitting was somewhat less romantic.

NCAA Championship 2017 Live Blog, Round 3
(Sun, 28 May 2017 14:00:22 GMT)
We’re back on track at the NCAA D-I Championship. Action fell behind after three hours of delays Friday, but the end of the first round and the entire second round were completed Saturday at Rich Harvest Farms. Now we come to Sunday, the third round and the first cut day at nationals. By the end of this round, half the 30-team field will be sent packing, as the tournament is narrowed to the top 15 squads. The top teams on the leaderboard are in the early wave, playing as we speak. That means there will likely be a couple of afternoon squads battling like mad to make the top-15 cut. It’ll be a wild Sunday at Rich Harvest. Want to keep track of all Sunday’s crazy action? We have you covered with

WATCH: Raiders rookies hack around golf balls on links
(Sat, 27 May 2017 22:04:12 GMT)
The Oakland Raiders rookie class took some time off to play a round of golf. The group included Raiders cornerback Gareon Conley, defensive tackle Treyvon Hester, tackle David Sharpe and tackle Jylan Ware. It was a relaxing round with music being played, some dancing on the greens and some casual trash talking, which can be watched in the video below. As for the round of golf, there were many whiffed shots and missed two-foot putts displaying a lack of overall skill. Even Ware had to qualify his poor play by saying “I’m terrible at golf. I’m too strong,” and blamed his massive offensive linemen frame for his lackluster skills on the links. Anyways, it was good to see them out having a good time,

Spieth on T-2: 'World of difference' with short game
(Sun, 28 May 2017 20:21:00 GMT)
FORT WORTH, Texas – Last Sunday Jordan Spieth spent a marathon day playing 36 holes with his caddie at Dallas National, an experiment that convinced him to put his old putter back in the bag but did little for his confidence following back-to-back missed cuts. On Sunday at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational that confidence returned thanks to a closing 65 that left him tied for second place and just a stroke behind champion Kevin Kisner. “Last Friday I didn't know what putter I was using,” Spieth admitted. “I feel totally different [now]. I was confident still in my game, but in my short game it's a world of difference.” A week after switching putters at the AT&T Byron Nelson, Spieth returned to his

Overton on road to recovery after spine infection
(Mon, 29 May 2017 01:16:00 GMT)
Jeff Overton hasn't been seen much inside the ropes on the PGA Tour in the last year, and now we know why. Overton turned 34 Sunday and his wife, Christina, took to Twitter to explain in part her husband's absence from the PGA Tour and some of the health complications the two have been battling in recent months: "After taking several months off of competitive golf due to a herniated disc, Jeff underwent a minimally invasive procedure in hopes of improving the area," Christina wrote. "Through the procedure, he acquired a life-threatening infection in his spine, forcing him to have an emergency surgery." Overton has played only twice since withdrawing from the RBC Canadian Open in July. He tied

Weekend Sports In Brief
(Mon, 29 May 2017 06:56:18 GMT)
Takuma Sato won the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday to give owner Michael Andretti a second consecutive victory in ''The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.'' An Andretti driver has now won the 500 three times in the last four years. Last year, it was with rookie Alexander Rossi. This time it is with Sato, who joined the team just this season and had largely been overlooked at Indianapolis Motor Speedway as the Andretti camp expanded to six cars for the 500 with the addition of Formula One driver Fernando Alonso.

Golf-FedEx Cup rankings
(Sun, 28 May 2017 23:50:07 GMT)
May 28 (Gracenote) - FedEx Cup rankings 1. (1) Dustin Johnson (U.S.) 2270 2. (2) Hideki Matsuyama (Japan) 1865 3. (3) Justin Thomas (U.S.) 1855 4. (4) Jon Rahm (Spain) 1708 5. (7) Jordan Spieth (U.S.)

Graeme McDowell rolls the rock in from 49 feet at DEAN & DELUCA
(Sat, 27 May 2017 20:31:22 GMT)
In the third round of the 2017 DEAN & DELUCA Invitational, Graeme McDowell sinks a lengthy putt from 49 feet for birdie on the par-4 13th hole.

LPGA car racing Sunday at Indianapolis 500
(Sun, 28 May 2017 17:17:00 GMT)
LPGA fans who also enjoy racing have a rooting interest in Sunday’s Indianapolis 500. The LPGA’s new Indy Women in Tech Championship is the primary sponsor for A.J. Foyt Racing’s No. 40 Chevrolet. Guggenheim is the tournament’s presenting sponsor. Zach Veach is making his Indianapolis 500 debut as the driver of the Indy Women in Tech car. He’ll be starting in the 32nd position. “To finally be here is something surreal,” Veach told Frontstretch, a racing news web site. “To say we did it on our own is pretty special. We made a cold call that led us to Indy Women in Tech, so that brought this whole sponsorship package together.” The LPGA’s inaugural Indy Women in Tech Championship is scheduled Sept.

The Miguel Angel Jimenez school of stretching
(Sun, 28 May 2017 08:00:00 GMT)
Golf Central looks in on Miguel Angel Jimenez' famous stretching routine at the 2017 Senior PGA Championship.

Did Jordan Spieth set the bar too high, too soon? 
(Sat, 27 May 2017 16:00:00 GMT)
He's way too talented to go into the tank for long. But golf is full of players who were unbelievable for relatively short stretches. Johnny Miller comes to mind on that front. David Duval was No. 1 in the world at one point...and he just cratered. But Jordan's too mentally tough for that to happen to him. Is it time to stop considering Jordan Spieth an elite golfer? Mosley: My goodness no.  I think he had so much success in the majors that those tournaments have become his focus. Tiger was able to win a ton of tournaments while also focusing on the majors. There's a balance that Spieth will have to find. One rough D-FW swing shouldn't cause everyone to panic. He'll be back with a vengeance.

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