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A new era? DeChambeau's U.S. Open triumph puts field on notice

(Reuters) - As the golf world turns its gaze from Winged Foot Golf Club to the year's final major at Augusta National in November, questions remain over just how much Bryson DeChambeau's hard-charging U.S. Open win could shift the sport's landscape. More »

 

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Golf-A new era? DeChambeau's U.S. Open triumph puts field on notice

Sept 21 (Reuters) - As the golf world turns its gaze from Winged Foot Golf Club to the year's final major at Augusta National in November, questions remain over just how much Bryson DeChambeau's hard-charging U.S. Open win could shift the sport's landscape. More »

 

DeChambeau No. 5 in world, No. 2 in Ryder Cup points

Bryson DeChambeau climbed to No. 5 in the official world golf rankings and No. 2 in the points race for the United States Ryder Cup team following his victory at the U.S. Open. More »

 

Barty trades racket for golf club but still a champion

SYDNEY (Reuters) - World number one Ash Barty may have decided to skip the U.S. and French Opens but the coronavirus pandemic has not prevented her from collecting trophies and as of Sunday she was women's champion at the Brookwater Golf Club. More »

 

McIlroy backs Wolff for future success after U.S. Open bid falls short

(Reuters) - Rory McIlroy is confident Matthew Wolff will have many more opportunities to win a major after the American's U.S. Open bid unravelled in Sunday's final round. More »

 

Golf-McIlroy backs Wolff for future success after US Open bid falls short

Sept 21 (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy is confident Matthew Wolff will have many more opportunities to win a major after the American's U.S. Open bid unraveled in Sunday's final round. More »

 

Even in loss, Wolff serves notice he's here to stay

Matthew Wolff didn't walk away with the trophy, but it's hard to deny the mark he left on the U.S. Open this weekend -- particularly on the rest of the field that will likely have to deal with him for decades to come. More »

 

Hall wins Portland Classic in playoff

Georgia Hall parred the second playoff hole Sunday to win the Cambia Portland Classic in Oregon and earn her first LPGA Tour title in the United States. More »

 

Hall wins Portland Classic in playoff

Georgia Hall parred the second playoff hole Sunday to win the Cambia Portland Classic in Oregon and earn her first LPGA Tour title in the United States. More »

 

Golf-DeChambeau 'playing his own little course', says Oosthuizen

MAMARONECK, N.Y., Sept 20 (Reuters) - Louis Oosthuizen was left with little choice but to doff his hat to Bryson DeChambeau after the muscle-bound American battered the Winged Foot course into submission to win his first major at the U.S. Open on Sunday. More »

 

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