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Snedeker joins under-60 club with sizzling finish

Brandt Snedeker became the first PGA Tour player to break 60 after making a bogey on his first hole, carding a first-round 59 at the Wyndham Championship.

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Tiger's caddie explains altercation with spectator

Joe LaCava, who has caddied for Tiger Woods since 2011, explains the altercation that went down with a spectator at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational.

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Tiger's Sunday charge

For the man who always said second stinks, this time it didn't

Tiger Woods wanted to win his 15th major. Pretty much everyone at Bellerive wanted the same thing. That he didn't wasn't so bad when you consider what he has done in the past two majors.

Tiger pays tribute to Koepka, praises crowd's energy

The next major win for Tiger must wait

Tom Rinaldi chronicles Tiger Woods' rise back to prominence and previews the locations of each major in 2019.

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Brooks Koepka wasn't losing to anyone, not even Tiger Woods

Brooks Koepka understood the feel-good story, the one everyone wanted. On Sunday at the PGA Championship, he just wasn't going to allow it to happen.

How Brooks Koepka outlasted a stacked leaderboard to win the PGA

A lot of players had a chance to win the PGA Championship. Here's why Brooks Koepka did and Tiger Woods and some others didn't.

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