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(Reuters) - Brooks Koepka's U.S. Open triumph on Sunday was the latest reminder of how the sport used to be before Tiger Woods came along and blew away all preconceived notions of what sort of dominance was…
06.19 / 17:39
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United States' golfer Brooks Koepka won his first major title after scoring five-under 67 in the final round for a four-stroke win at the US Open in Erin Hills here on Sunday. Koepka, who came out to play the fourth day tied for second place with Englishman Tommy Fleetwood and American Justin Thomas and a stroke behind his compatriot Brian Harman, made six birdies on the day to take his total to 16-under 272. With his final score of 16-under, the 27-year-old Florida golfer has…
06.19 / 13:34
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ERIN, Wisconsin (Reuters) - Former European Tour executive director Ken Schofield said short of seeing a player from Europe win, the continent's golf fans will be "delighted" with American Brooks Koepka's triumph in the U.S.…
06.19 / 07:00
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(Reuters) - Factbox for Brooks Koepka, who won the U.S. Open at Erin Hills on…
06.19 / 05:50
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ERIN, Wisconsin (Reuters) - Following are some snippets from the fourth round of the U.S. Open on…
06.19 / 04:36
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Brooke Henderson managed to hold off all challengers Sunday as she captured her fourth LPGA Tour title at the Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give. Henderson, who had some of the biggest names on the LPGA Tour chasing her all day including Michelle Wie and Lexi Thompson, fired a bogey-free 3-under-par 66 (as the par-5 5th hole was once again converted to a par 3 because of standing water in the fairway).  “Just super excited right now,” said Henderson. “I played really steady golf toda…
06.19 / 03:41
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Tiffany Chan (Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong) stole the show early with a 9-under, 63, but Chorphaka Jaengkit (Bangkok, Thailand) rose to the occasion late on Sunday with birdies on 15 and 16 to win the Decatur-Forsyth Classic at 12-under, 204. She turned in a 2-under, 70 on Sunday and made just three bogeys all weekend. Chan finished in second place at 11-under, 205 in her Symetra Tour debut. Jessica Welch, Hannah Green and Desiree Dubreuil tied for third at 10-under, 206. Jaegnkit, who was No.…
06.19 / 03:41
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ERIN, Wisconsin (Reuters) - Hideki Matsuyama finished like a champion, firing the best score of the final round at the U.S. Open on Sunday but despite his six-under-par 66 had to settle for a tie for second place at Erin…
06.19 / 03:31
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ERIN, Wisconsin (Reuters) - Young Chinese Li Haotong wrapped up his first taste of major championship golf with a 12-over-par 84 to stand last early in Sunday's U.S. Open final round, but said he valued the…
06.19 / 00:44
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PETALING JAYA: Nicholas Fung is finally an Asian Tour…
06.19 / 00:44
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ERIN, Wisconsin (Reuters) - He walked to the 18th green to a rousing ovation and left it as the U.S. Open clubhouse leader, though at five under par Steve Stricker eventually finished 11 strokes behind winner Brooks…
06.19 / 00:44
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(Reuters) - Canadian Brooke Henderson tamed strong winds to break out of a logjam and surge to a two-stroke victory at the Meijer LPGA Classic in Grand Rapids, Michigan on…
06.18 / 21:27
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ERIN, Wisconsin (Reuters) - The final round of the 117th U.S. Open is being played on Sunday. Following are highlights from the second major championship of the year at Erin…
06.18 / 20:24
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ERIN, Wisconsin (Reuters) - The shackles are off England's Tommy Fleetwood, riding the momentum of an early season win at Abu Dhabi to contend at the U.S. Open, said former European Ryder Cup captain Paul…
06.18 / 18:15
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ERIN, Wisconsin (Reuters) - After days of being humbled, Erin Hills turned nasty for the U.S. Open's final round on Sunday as heavy winds pummelled the layout, adding an intriguing wrinkle to the year's second…
06.18 / 17:44
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Julien Guerrier made a late charge to win his first European Challenge Tour title in dramatic fashion at the Hauts de France Golf Open. The Frenchman started the final round with a share of the lead alongside Scotland’s Jack Doherty, and the pair exchanged blows throughout the closing 18 holes at Aa Saint Omer Golf Club. Guerrier made the perfect start with a birdie at the first, but after bogeys at the third and seventh, he relinquished the lead to Doherty who made gains at the sixth and …
06.18 / 16:52
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Brian Harman (five-under 67) of the United States ended the third round of the US Open at Erin Hills, Wisconsin, on Saturday atop the leaderboard on 12-under 204 total, one shot ahead of compatriots Justin Thomas (63), and Brooks Koepka (68) and England's Tommy Fleetwood (68). Thomas became the first man to shoot nine-under score in the history of the US Open. His third round featured six birdies and an eagle (par-five 18th) and two bogeys. Harman, who won the Wells Fargo…
06.18 / 15:34
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Malaysia’s Nicholas Fung overcame nerves to secure a maiden Asian Tour title at the Queen’s Cup on Sunday, and dedicated the career breakthrough to his father. The 27-year-old Fung, who was the overnight leader, courageously holed a four-foot par putt on the 18th hole at Santiburi Samui Country Club for a closing four-under-par 67 and a one-stroke triumph over Thailand’s Jazz Janewattananond.  His impressive 15-under-par 269 winning aggregate saw him join countrymen Danny Chia, Airil …
06.18 / 15:04
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Julien Guerrier will start the final round of the Hauts de France Golf Open with a share of the lead after carding a four under par 67 to sit alongside Jack Doherty at the top of the leaderboard. The home favourite started the day four shots back in Saint Omer, but he reduced the deficit to just one shot after the front nine by making four birdies and a bogey to reach the turn in 33. After another gain at the tenth the 31 year old took the lead for the first time this week, and the…
06.18 / 10:05
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Despite a two-hour rain delay Saturday at the Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give, it was Lexi Thompson who took best advantage of the soft course conditions and once again heads into a final round on the LPGA Tour with a chance at winning. Thompson lost in a playoff a week ago at the Manulife LPGA Classic, and made six birdies Saturday and just one bogey for a 5-under-par 64. She leads by one heading into Sunday.   “It was just a matter of staying patient,” Thompson said of her key fo…
06.18 / 10:05
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