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8:21 PM - Wednesday, July 23, 2014
19 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Matt Fitzgerald
The 2014 RBC Canadian Open may be occurring just after The Open Championship, but that hasn't prevented the tournament at Royal Montreal Golf Club in Ile Bizard, Quebec, from attracting a strong field. Former FedEx Cup champion Brandt Snedeker . . .
8 hour ago - USATODAY.com
Qualifying medalists Sam Horsfield, Sean Crocker advance in US Junior Amateur         
8 hour ago - USATODAY.com
Qualifying medalist Angel Yin advances to second round in US Girls' Junior         
9 hour ago - NYT
Invigorated by his new swing coach Butch Harmon, Brandt Snedeker believes he is on the "right path" as he bids to return to the winner's circle at this week's Canadian Open in Montreal where he will defend the title.
9 hour ago - Golf.com
National chain Dick's Sporting Goods has laid off more than 500 PGA Professionals from its stores due to slumping sales.
13 hour ago - USATODAY.com
Golf World, launched in 1947, to no longer have print editions of magazine         
6 hour ago - Sports Illustrated
When Rory McIlroy is on, there's no one in golf who can keep up with him, writes Peter Kostis. The CBS Sports analyst and Golf Magazine columnist on Tiger, Sergio, Royal Liverpool and Tom Watson in 'Five Things I Learned at the British Open.'
6 hour ago - Sports Illustrated
Tiger Woods would represent the United States on the 2016 Olympic team while Phil Mickelson would be left off, at least based on the initial Olympic Golf Rankings.
6 hour ago - Sports Illustrated
In late March, we reported that serious golf fans were salivating at the prospect of a new Pete Dye/Herb Kohler Wisconsin collaboration along Lake Michigan near the Town of Wilson. Four months later, the reaction of local residents and environm . . .
13 hour ago - USATODAY.com
8 countries vie for world supremacy in women's golf at inaugural International Crown         
11 hour ago - Golf.com
Graeme McDowell uses the GAME GOLF system to track his shot distance and direction in his quest to improve his performance.
8 hour ago - CBS Sports
Watson will face tough Ryder Cup choices
14 hour ago - USATODAY.com
Watson at British Senior Open: Royal Porthcawl is tougher than Hoylake         
10 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Matt Fitzgerald
Tiger Woods isn't teeing it up this week at the RBC Canadian Open. It's hard to blame someone still shaking off the rust after back surgery—not to mention a disappointing 69th-place finish at The Open Championship last week.     A rather stron . . .
10 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Kathy Bissell
Finally, the International Golf Federation let the real cat out of the bag on who will be able to compete in the 2016 Olympics. They did it during British Open week, figuring it would get buried in other headlines. Now comes the revelation tha . . .
17 hour ago - ESPN / Darren Rovell
Rory McIlroy's first major victory with his Nike clubs should be a boon for the company, but the retailer remains more focused on what he's wearing than what he's swinging, writes ESPN.com's Darren Rovell.
11 hour ago - ESPN / Bob Harig
Rory McIlroy plans to lean on Augusta National amateur Jeff Knox in his attempt to compete the career Grand Slam at the Masters next year.
9 hour ago - ARMCHAIR GOLF BLOG
THE ABOVE CLIP FROM FEHERTY landed in my email inbox this morning, courtesy of Golf Channel. Tom Weiskopf is the special guest on the next episode of Feherty that airs Monday, July 7. In this snippet, Weiskopf talks about what he was doing in . . .
7/21/2014 - Bleacher Report / Ben Alberstadt
U.S. Ryder Cup candidates are running out of time to state their cases. The top nine Ryder Cup point earners (under the Ryder Cup points system) from the 2013 Masters through the 2014 PGA Championship punch their tickets to compete for country . . .
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