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11:24 PM - Monday, July 21, 2014
8 hour ago - 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 . . .
10 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Tyler Brooke
With the 2014 British Open now done, there are a number of storylines to follow for the rest of the PGA season after Rory McIlroy's impressive victory. Despite strong finishes from Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler, who both finished tied for se . . .
17 hour ago - NYT / Karen Crouse
McIlroy’s forbearance may give him an advantage as he positions himself to possibly take the baton from Tiger Woods.
21 hour ago - USATODAY.com
FERGUSON ON GOLF: Going through hard times makes McIlroy more poised for stardom         
19 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Dan Carson
Jagermeister is many things, but "drink of champions" isn't a label often associated with licorice-flavored fist-pump fuel. This distinction may be changing, however, judging by a picture that surfaced of Rory McIlroy's family celebrating McIl . . .
19 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Matt Jones
After winning the British Open at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Rory McIlroy became the third golfer ever to have won three major titles before his 26th birthday. The two players to have done that before him were Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus— . . .
20 hour ago - NYT
Rory McIlroy climbed to number two in the world golf rankings on Monday following his victory in the 143rd British Open on Sunday.
21 hour ago - NYT
Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods have combined to salute Rory McIlroy's performance in capturing the British Open title for the first time in his career.
7/21/2014 - Headlines from the Associated Press / Paul Newberry
HOYLAKE, England (AP) -- Rory McIlroy clutched the treasured piece of silverware, his reward for winning golf's oldest major championship....
7/20/2014 - Golf.com
Sergio Garcia doffed his cap, patted his heart and blew kisses to the crowd surrounding the 18th green at Royal Liverpool after clinching what ultimately would be a fourth second-place finish at a major.
7/20/2014 - NYT
Walking off the 18th green as the British Open champion, Rory McIlroy kept gazing at all the greats on golf's oldest trophy.
7/20/2014 - NYT
Tom Watson's ball rolled on to the 18th green at Royal Liverpool on Sunday and most of the spectators in the horseshoe grandstand gave him a prolonged standing ovation. And even a few shouts of "C'mon, Tom."
7/20/2014 - Wei Under Par / Bernie D'Amato
  #452434670 / gettyimages.com Sergio Garcia came up just short of Rory McIlroy after firing a spectacular six-under 66 in the final round of The Open Championship. Garcia now has eight career top-10s at The Open, and this is his 4th second pla . . .
9 hour ago - ARMCHAIR GOLF BLOG
ABOVE: José Luis Gutiérrez, a 4 handicap, plays young Seve Ballesteros. I REMEMBER THE FIRST TIME I saw Seve Ballesteros in person. In fact, it might have been the only time I saw Seve play tournament golf, other than on television. It was the . . .
9 hour ago - ARMCHAIR GOLF BLOG
I asked John Coyne why he called Bobby Locke a "bad boy." Coyne said, "Locke wasn't liked on the PGA Tour. They blackballed him. Also, he was fired from his first pro job in Johannesburg." In this series, read how the South African golf legend . . .
14 hour ago - ESPN / Ian O'Connor
Another performance worthy of a major title, another second-place finish
3 hour ago - Sports Illustrated
Not only is Gerry McIlroy the father of the golf's heir apparent, he also cashed in on the greatest golf bet of all time, landing at the top of Alan Shipnuck's Heroes list. Zeroes include ESPN announcer Curtis Strange and Tiger's quest for 18.
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