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9:00 AM ET Coming off a thrilling U.S. Open at Torrey Pines that saw Jon Rahm capture his first major title, the PGA Tour now heads to Cromwell, Conn. for the Travelers Championship. Sports betting deputy editor David Bearman and betting analyst Chris “The Bear” Fallica both correctly hit on Rahm last week. Which players
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8:16 AM ET Associated Press VIRGINIA WATER, England — Martin Kaymer and Graeme McDowell, players who have holed decisive putts for Europe at Ryder Cups, were appointed Wednesday as vice captains for the team for the 2021 edition at Whistling Straits in September. They joined Luke Donald and Robert Karlsson as assistants to captain Padraig
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3:29 PM ET Associated Press Four of the top 10 men in the world golf ranking are not going to Japan for the Olympics, only one of them by choice. The 60-man field was set Tuesday based on the world ranking with a half-dozen late withdrawals, a list that included U.S. Open runner-up Louis Oosthuizen
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With the U.S. Open being the final high-profile tournament for male golfers to earn Olympic Ranking points and qualify for the Summer Games next month in Tokyo, expectations were heightened that there might be movement on the points list among players between and within countries. Too heightened as it turned out. When the ranking became
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11:23 PM ET SAN DIEGO — To think that at one point on Sunday at the U.S. Open five guys were tied for the lead with a chance to win … isn’t this exactly what we’re hoping for at our country’s national championship? With that, it’s time to hand out some grades: Jon RahmGrade: A+After
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Some of our favorite days on the golf calendar are moving days at the majors. This one, in particular, brings a ton of intrigue. Richard Bland—the 48-year-old Englishman who’s just making his fourth-ever major start—is the storyline of the week thus far, and he’s joined in the final pairing with Russell Henley, who is also
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