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  1. Tiger Woods shoots 4-under 66 in Greenbrier first round


    WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va. — For a change, Tiger Woods got off to a good start.

  2. Jeff Maggert wins U.S. Senior Open for second senior major title


    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Jeff Maggert is moving into an elite class on golf's senior circuit.

    SACRAMENTO, CA - JUNE 28:  Jeff Maggert of the United States hits a tee shot on the 18th hole during round four of the U.S. Senior Open Championship at the Del Paso Country Club on June 28, 2015 in Sacramento, California.  Maggert went on to win by two shots.  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) 527961227
  3. Langer, Maggert tied for lead at U.S. Senior Open


    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The crammed leaderboard at the U.S. Senior Open has some familiar faces heading into the final round and one notable name nobody expected to challenge for another major.

    Bernhard Langer, teeing off on the 16th hole, shoots 2-under 68 to reach 5-under 205 and tie for the lead after three rounds of the U.S. Senior Open in Sacramento, Calif. Langer is coming off a victory at the Senior Players Championship two weeks ago and has won five senior majors.
  4. Tom Watson three-way tie for lead at U.S. Senior Open


    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Tom Watson still gets quite a thrill seeing his name atop the leaderboard.

    Maybe even more at age 65.

  5. Bubba Watson's 62 leads low-scoring round at Travelers


    CROMWELL, Conn. — Bubba Watson made himself right at home in the Travelers Champion­ship — again.

    Bubba Watson leads the Travelers Champion?ship by two strokes at 8-under 62 in an opening round with 93 players finishing under par.
  6. Commentary: Can golf's young guns help Fox Sports attract a new audience?


    The past week officially launched Fox Sports' billion-dollar gamble to unearth an undervalued sports property.

    Eric Shanks says FS1 needs live events to thrive.
  7. Jordan Spieth wins U.S. Open in wild finish


    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — Another major for Jordan Spieth. Another stunning loss for Dustin Johnson.

    Jordan Spieth shoots 1-under 69 for a one-shot win and his second major championship of the year.
  8. Rory McIlroy's run at U.S. Open falls short


    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — Rory McIlroy made a serious run at golf history in the final round of the U.S. Open on Sunday, threatening the major championship scoring record and the biggest comeback in tournament history.

    Rory McIlroy is 6 under for Round 4 heading into the last five holes and making a run at the lead, but two bogeys stunt him.
  9. Jason Day returns from vertigo to share U.S. Open lead


    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — One day after he collapsed from a bout of vertigo, Jason Day was standing taller than ever Saturday at the U.S. Open.

    Jason Day lines up a putt on the third green with caddie Colin Swatton, who says Day considered quitting three times.
  10. Poor putting keeps McIlroy from making U.S. Open run


    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — Rory McIlroy went out in 2-under 33 Saturday and was at 2 over for the tournament after his first nine holes, poised for a possible charge back up the leader­board at the U.S. Open.

    HAVING A BLAST: Dustin Johnson, who begins Round 3 one shot back of the leaders, hits out of a bunker on the second hole on his way to a bogey. But he stays in the mix for the lead all day and finishes with par 70 and in a four-way tie for first at 4-under 206.



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