PGA Tour News

Spain Wins Inaugural International Crown

Spain won all four of its singles matches Sunday to take home the first-ever International Crown. The four-person LPGA Tour event, which will be held in off-years from the Solheim Cup, took place at Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mill, Md.

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Langer Setting New Standards for Senior Golf

Bernhard Langer's record-breaking romp in the Senior Open Championship in Wales was an eye-opener. At a tough, windswept Royal Porthcawl course that saw only five players break par after 72 holes, the 56-year-old German's 18-under-par total of 266 was nothing short of incredible.

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Clark Finally Notches Second Tour Title

Tim Clark was in dire need of a victory. The diminutive, 5'7" North Carolina State grad from Durban, South Africa, hadn't won a tournament since breaking through with his only PGA Tour title, the Players Championship, in 2010.

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International Crown Ushers in a Brave New LPGA World

by Nancy Berkley

"May I have the envelope please?" And the country with the best female golfers in the world . . . Spain!

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Clark Takes Home Canadian Open Title

Tim Clark carded five birdies on the back nine to overtake 54-hole leader Jim Furyk and win the Canadian Open. The Tour's $5.7 million PGA Tour event took place on the Blue Course at Royal Montreal Golf Club

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Langer Completes Domination of Senior Open Championship

Bernhard Langer eliminated any chance for the field catching up to him in the Senior Open Championship. The 56-year-old German carded four birdies and a bogey on the front nine and strolled home from there at Royal Porthcawl in Wales to finish with a 4-under 67 and a 72-hole total of 18-under 266.

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