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  1. U.S. continues to dominate in Presidents Cup


    INCHEON, South Korea — The Presidents Cup wasn't an hour old when Nick Price looked at the scoreboard and had that sinking feeling.

    It was filled with American red.

  2. Seminole golf's fantastic foursome


    From the beginning of the high school golf season, Seminole has had its sights set on the Class 3A state tournament. With a team full of experienced, talented players, that is certainly a realistic goal.

    Anthony DeRosa
  3. SAC golf: Sunlake's Harris takes girls title; Mitchell team champs again


    WESLEY CHAPEL — Only one hole remained to break a tie between Sunlake's Kelly Harris and Mitchell's Syanne Dove in Monday's Sunshine Athletic Conference girls golf tournament at Quail Hollow.

  4. SAC golf: Mitchell boys take team title


    Mitchell won the team championship at the SAC golf tournament Monday at Crescent Oaks Country Club in Tarpon Springs with a score of 306. Mike Spinger and Max Sabo both shot 3-over 71 to lead the Mustangs. Ben Wagner chipped in with 78 and Cody Miano shot 80.

  5. Two share lead at Europe's Alfred Dunhill Links Championship


    ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — Jimmy Mullen and Anthony Wall shared a one-stroke lead after the second round of the European Tour's Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on Friday.

  6. Duo making pro debuts lead Dunhill Championship


    ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — Jimmy Mullen and Paul Dunne marked their pro debuts with 8-under 64 and a share of the first-round lead at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.

  7. Jordan Spieth wins Tour Championship, FedEx Cup, sets tour earnings record


    ATLANTA — At age 22, Jordan Spieth became the first $22 million man in golf Sunday.

    Jordan Spieth with his Sunday haul: the trophy for winning the season-ending Tour Championship in his left hand and the one for winning the FedEx Cup in his right. Spieth also sets the record for earnings in a PGA Tour season.
  8. Jordan Spieth takes Tour Championship lead


    ATLANTA — Jordan Spieth was so consumed with trying to make birdies and save pars on a rugged, rainy afternoon at the Tour Championship that he didn't realize until after he signed for 2-under 68 that he had a one-shot lead.

    Jordan Spieth birdies the 18th hole to finish Round 3 of the Tour Championship leading by one.
  9. Henrik Stenson keeps lead at Tour Championship


    ATLANTA — Two years after Henrik Stenson sailed to victory at the Tour Championship, he had another comfortable lead after 36 holes at East Lake … and Jordan Spieth was chasing him again.

    Henrik Stenson, above, shoots 2-under 68 for 9-under 131 and a three-shot lead over Jordan Spieth at the Tour Championship.
  10. Henrik Stenson leads after first round of Tour Championship


    ATLANTA — Just getting to East Lake is the challenge for Henrik Stenson. Playing the course seems to be the easy part.

    Sweden’s Henrik Stenson, who won wire-to-wire two years ago at East Lake Golf Club to capture the FedEx Cup, shoots 7-under 63 Thursday to grab the first-round lead in the Tour Championship.



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    Wouldn't it be great to play a course made up of the best holes from our top area courses? We gave it a shot. It's called the Dream 18. Get an up-close view through a multimedia report featuring photos and descriptions of each hole as well as audio from Times staff writer Rodney Page.