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10:21 AM ET Charlotte GibsonESPN Michelle Wie West, a five-time Solheim Cup veteran and 2014 U.S. Women’s Open champion, will return to Team USA as assistant captain. Captain Pat Hurst selected Wie West, 30, to work alongside previously announced assistant captain Angela Stanford when Team USA competes against Team Europe at Inverness Club in Toledo,
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9:35 PM ET Grayson Murray, who announced over the weekend that he had tested positive for COVID-19, was the only player to do so this week in advance of the 3M Championship. Murray took his test at home and never traveled to the tournament site, where tests for those competing in the tournament are mandatory.
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Uncertainty reigns in college golf at the moment. Men’s and women’s coaches and players are waiting for their athletic departments, school presidents and conference commissioners to decide whether they’ll allow athletic competitions to be played during the fall semester. If there was hope a month ago that some semblance of a schedule would be contested,
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7:48 AM ET ESPN Betting Insiders PGA Tour golf is back in full swing, albeit without the crowds we’re accustomed to. Jon Rahm took home the title at the Memorial Tournament and claimed the world No. 1 ranking in the process. The tour now heads to Minnesota for the 3M Open. Which players are good
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6:37 PM ET BLAINE, Minn. — English golfer Tommy Fleetwood is ready to finish the PGA Tour season after an up-and-down four-month stretch, which included a pair of 14-day quarantines on two different continents. Fleetwood, one of the top golfers at this week’s 3M Open in Blaine, Minnesota, last competed in the United States in
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The Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings announced Monday it is resuming its standings immediately, with a major—albeit temporary—switch. The rankings were paused in March due to golf’s suspension in wake of the coronavirus pandemic. However, while the LPGA remains on sabbatical (with an aim to restart next week), the Korea Ladies Professional Golf Association returned
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3:21 PM ET An overwhelming majority of sports fans polled by ESPN say they support the return of professional and collegiate sports even if fans will not be in attendance due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. A second wave of ESPN’s Coronavirus Lockdown Fan Study surveyed 1,003 sports fans age 18 and older and found
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6:12 PM ET DUBLIN, Ohio — Tiger Woods didn’t only have a five-month competitive layoff to worry about when he took part in the Memorial Tournament over the weekend. He also had playing conditions equivalent to a major tournament staring at him all four days. Woods wrapped up the Memorial by shooting a 4-over 76
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1:16 PM ET DUBLIN, Ohio — It was more than avoiding missing the cut for the first time in 18 appearances at the Memorial Tournament for Tiger Woods. It was also more than bouncing back from a poor performance in the second round. Woods wanted to test his back after it gave him problems throughout
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7:58 PM ET Associated Press DUBLIN, Ohio — Tony Finau figured he was on the right track when he shot 59 at Victory Ranch last week in Utah. That kind of score isn’t happening at Muirfield Village, where the greens are getting firmer by the hour. Finau still took enough confidence from playing with his
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2:30 PM ET The transformation of Bryson DeChambeau is not a new topic. In fact, it’s been the topic since golf returned last month. He’s bigger. He’s stronger. He’s swinging faster. The ball is traveling otherworldly distances. But sometimes you need to hear the numbers and see it happen to really have it set in.
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