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U.S. Open
McDowell Makes History

Irishman becomes the first European to win the Open since 1970

U.S. Open
Birdies And Bogeys

A look at the winners and losers at Pebble Beach on Sunday

U.S. Open
Birdies And Bogeys

A look at the winners and losers at Pebble Beach on Friday

U.S. Open
Birdies And Bogeys

A look at the winners and losers at Pebble Beach on Saturday

Don't Look Now

If the Ryder Cup began today, the U.S. would be decided underdogs

Northern Trust Open
Holding Pattern

Even as the grooves debate has struck a more civil tone, the issue is far from over

The Front Nine

A look at nine pressing topics from the past week in golf

Farmers Insurance Open
Crane Holds On For Win

A late bogey made for a tense final hole, but Ben Crane still held on for his third career PGA Tour win

Farmers Insurance Open
Unwelcome Diversion

For a sport in need of some positive headlines, the latest flap over Phil Mickelson's wedge is a step in the wrong direction

Farmers Insurance Open
Starting Point

The schedule may say otherwise, but the 2010 PGA Tour season didn't truly begin until Phil Mickelson first stepped to the tee

Farmers Insurance To Sponsor Torrey Pines

The San Diego Open finds a sponsor for 2010 and possibly beyond

Song-Hee Kim Opens With A 65

Song-Hee Kim has a two-stroke lead over Jiyai Shin, Paula Creamer, and Mariajo Uribe

Why the LPGA Needs a Star to Shine

Despite her accomplishments, Lorena Ochoa has not filled the void left by Annika Sorenstam's retirement

Choi Breaks Through In A Big Way

After losing a seven-stroke lead, Na Yeo Choi rallied, birdieing the 18th hole to beat Miyazato by one and earn her first LPGA Tour victory

Choi Takes Control

Behind the strength of career-best nine-under 63, Na Yeon Choi vaulted to the top of the leader board and leads Jiyai Shin by two strokes

Shin Stays In Front

Jiyai Shin shot a 3-under 69 to take a one-shot lead over Lorena Ochoa and Ai Miyazato at the midway point

Shin Keeps Rolling

In search of her fourth win of the season, Jiyai Shin grabbed a share of the lead with Song-Hee Kim

Major Improvement

Once a distant fourth in a ranking of the four majors, the PGA Championship has taken a series of steps to improve its standing

Back To Basics

Whether Michelle Wie ever delivers on her vast potential remains to be seen. But she's at least revealing flashes of the player that first captivated the golf world

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