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4:24 PM ET Associated Press BETHESDA, Md. — In Gee Chun was an upbeat, smiling presence throughout the Women’s PGA Championship — easy enough when you shoot 64 in the first round and lead comfortably for much of the tournament. In the final round, all of her positive thinking was put to the test. “Golf
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7:31 PM ET Associated Press CROMWELL, Conn. — Xander Schauffele celebrated his one-year wedding anniversary Sunday with a dramatic victory in the Travelers Championship. The Olympic champion won with a three-stroke swing on the final hole, hitting to 3 feet for birdie after rookie Sahith Theegala took two shots to get out of a bunker
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5:45 PM ET Associated Press BETHESDA, Md. — This was the moment the rest of the field needed: In Gee Chun standing near the trees, contemplating her situation and then eventually heading back to the point of her previous shot. A shaky third round cut her lead at the Women’s PGA Championship in half. Chun
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7:13 PM ET Associated Press CROMWELL, Conn. — Xander Schauffele shot a 3-under 67 on Saturday to take a 1-stroke lead over good friend and playing partner Patrick Cantlay into the final round of the Travelers Championship. Schauffele had a 17-under 193 total at TPC River Highlands. Cantlay shot 63. Rookie Sahith Theegala was third
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8:16 PM ET Associated Press BETHESDA, Md. — After another sparkling start, In Gee Chun finally hit a wayward tee shot – into the thick rough on the eighth hole at Congressional Country Club. It was the closest she’s come to a shaky stretch through the first two days of the Women’s PGA Championship. Chun
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7:21 PM ET Associated Press CROMWELL, Conn. — Xander Schauffele shot his second straight 7-under 63 on Friday to take a 5-stroke lead in the Travelers Championship. The Olympic champion shot a 31 on the front nine at TPC River Highlands with four birdies, then had a 32 on the back, making birdies on 11,
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7:42 PM ET The DP World Tour will announce on Friday that golfers participating in the LIV Golf Invitational Series won’t be allowed to play at the Scottish Open, according to The Telegraph. The $8 million event will be held July 7-10 at The Renaissance Club in North Berwick, Scotland, one week before the 150th
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