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Fowler top draw at Quicken Loans event

POTOMAC, Md. (AP) Tiger Woods' extended absence from golf isn't being felt just on the course.

Woods can bring excitement to a tournament even if he isn't playing, as he's shown over the years at the Quicken Loans National, which he hosts. This year, Woods will miss the trophy presentations at both of the PGA Tour events that benefit his foundation. Read More...

No. 1 Ryu seeks 2nd straight LPGA major

OLYMPIA FIELDS, Ill. (AP) So Yeon Ryu wants to halt what has resembled a game of musical chairs on the LPGA Tour this season.

The newly minted world No. 1 will be going for her third win when the KPMG Women's PGA Championship - the second major of the season - tees off Thursday on her 27th birthday. She comes in off a dominating win last week in the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship , which made her the first repeat winner in 16 events this season. Read More...

Van Hees' long journey to US Senior Open

PEABODY, Mass. (AP) A water polo player-turned-swimsuit model who didn't pick up a golf club for decades, Kurt Van Hees told himself during a near-death experience, "If I get out of this alive, all I'm going to do is play golf."

On Thursday, he will tee off in the U.S. Senior Open. Read More...

Rahm's success creates scheduling issues

One year and one week ago, Jon Rahm of Spain made his professional debut at the Quicken Loans National. He opened with a 64 at Congressional and tied for third, earning a spot in the British Open and putting him on the fast track to earning a PGA Tour card.

The Quicken Loans National is this week, and Rahm is in Paris for the French Open. Read More...

Travelers had atmosphere US Open lacked

A sure sign that the USGA needs to take a closer look at how it sets up the U.S. Open is when it draws comparisons with the Travelers Championship a week later.

Only this has nothing to do with the scoring. Read More...

Lefty thinks Mackay will caddie again

OLYMPIA FIELDS, Ill. (AP) Phil Mickelson isn't sure what's next for Jim "Bones" Mackay. He is sure there are going to be plenty of options for his longtime caddie.

Mickelson and Mackay announced last week they had decided to split up after 25 years and more than 600 tournaments around the world, ending one of golf's most successful relationships. Read More...

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