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Golf: Woods grouped with Koepka, McIlroy for return at Memorial

(Reuters) - Tiger Woods will tee off alongside Brooks Koepka and Rory McIlroy at the Memorial Tournament this week, as the 15-time major winner returns to the PGA Tour for the first time since the novel coronavirus lockdown. More »

 

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Last 3 winners at Muirfield Village paired for Memorial

Collin Morikawa, Patrick Cantlay and Bryson DeChambeau, winners of the past three PGA Tour events at Muirfield Village, will be paired together Thursday and Friday for the first two rounds of the Memorial Tournament at the Dublin, Ohio, golf club. More »

 

Woods makes awaited return this week

Tiger Woods is ready to tee it up this week in his first tournament round since The Genesis Open in February. More »

 

Morikawa's win scores bettor close to $1M

Collin Morikawa earned $1,116,000 for winning the inaugural Workday Charity Open on Sunday. More »

 

Morikawa leaps over Woods in Official World Golf Ranking

Collin Morikawa vaulted past Tiger Woods in the Official World Golf Ranking, which were released Monday. More »

 

Morikawa leaps over Woods in Official World Golf Ranking

Collin Morikawa vaulted past Tiger Woods in the Official World Golf Ranking, which were released Monday. More »

 

PGA Tour to finish season with no spectators amid COVID-19

(Reuters) - The PGA Tour will conduct the rest of its season without fans after the circuit's three playoff events announced on Monday that they will be contested without spectators due to the COVID-19 outbreak. More »

 

Golf-PGA Tour to finish season with no spectators amid COVID-19

July 13 (Reuters) - The PGA Tour will conduct the rest of its season without fans after the circuit's three playoff events announced on Monday that they will be contested without spectators due to the COVID-19 outbreak. More »

 

PGA Tour events continue without fans rest of season

The PGA Tour's three playoff events will be played without spectators, closing the door on opportunities for fans to attend Tour events the rest of the season. More »

 

PGA Tour events continue without fans rest of season

The PGA Tour's three playoff events will be played without spectators, closing the door on opportunities for fans to attend Tour events the rest of the season. More »

 

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