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Woods on brink of breaking title drought at Tour Championship

(Reuters) - Tiger Woods stood on the brink of his first victory for more than five years after opening a three-shot lead over Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy in the third round of the Tour Championship in Atlanta on Saturday. More »


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Golf-Rose, McIlroy looking to rain on Tiger's Tour Championship parade

Sept 22 (Reuters) - Justin Rose knows the overwhelming majority of fans at the Tour Championship on Sunday will be cheering for Tiger Woods, so it might be a blessing that he will not be paired with the American in the final group. More »


Stricker, Jobe share lead at Sanford International

For the second consecutive day, Steve Stricker and Brandt Jobe sit atop the leaderboard at the Sanford International after both shot 3-under-par 67 on Saturday at Minnehaha Country Club in Sioux Falls, S.D. More »


Canadian Nesbitt shoots first 59 in Latinoamerica history

(Reuters) - Canadian Drew Nesbitt carded the first 59 in PGA Tour Latinoamerica history at the Brasil Open on Saturday. More »


Golf-Australian Herbert takes two-shot lead in Portugal

Sept 22 (Reuters) - Australia's Lucas Herbert will take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Portugal Masters after carding a seven-under-par 64 at the Dom Pedro Victoria Golf Course on Saturday. More »


RPT-INTERVIEW-Golf-Play your rookies early at Ryder Cup, says France's Van de Velde

PARIS, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Europe team captain Thomas Bjorn should give his rookies game time on the first day of next week's Ryder Cup to settle nerves on a French course that demands precision shot-making, Jean Van de Velde said on Friday. More »


Woods, Rose tied for halfway lead at Tour Championship

(Reuters) - Ryder Cup hostilities broke out a week early at the Tour Championship on Friday with Tiger Woods and world number one Justin Rose sharing the halfway lead after a pulsating second round in Atlanta. More »


Golf: Americans desperate to end 25 years of Ryder Cup travel sickness

LONDON (Reuters) - When the United States were cruising through 12 successive Ryder Cup victories (plus a tie) from 1959-85 it would have been a brave man to suggest they would soon go 25 years without an away win, yet that is the stark reality now facing Jim Furyk's team. More »


Golf-Furyk approaches Ryder Cup captaincy the same way he played

Sept 21 (Reuters) - Jim Furyk has approached the Ryder Cup captaincy in much the same way he has played his entire career -- by sticking with what is working and doing so without any undue drama. More »


Golf-Rejuvenated Woods out to improve poor Ryder Cup record

Sept 21 (Reuters) - Tiger Woods has embraced the Ryder Cup unequivocally if perhaps belatedly as he enters the twilight of his career a changed man whose previous tunnel vision has given way to a more expansive view of his role in the sport. More »


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