PGA Tour News

Kirk Takes Deutsche Bank Championship

Chris Kirk logged the biggest victory of career on Monday. The 29-year-old closed with a 5-under 66 to win the Deutsche Bank Championship. The $8 million tournament - the second of four events in the PGA Tour's season-ending FedEx Cup Playoffs - took place at TPC Boston.

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Twelve Players Complete European Ryder Cup Team

All 12 members of the 2014 European Ryder Cup team are set. Nine qualified through a points-based system, while Paul McGinley made announced his three captain's picks on Tuesday. The Europeans will seek to retain the Cup when it competes against the Americans in the biennial competition later this month at Gleneagles Hotel in Scotland.

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The PGA Tour's New Merry-Go-Round Season

by Marino Parascenzo

We are fast approaching the end of the PGA Tour's first wrap-around season, at which time Commissioner Tim Finchem will mark the event with his State of the Tour address. For those not given to hanging out in long lines for the big moment, a sneak preview is available at no extra charge. Right here.

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Kirk Goes from the Ridiculous to the Sublime

by Rob Duca

Chris Kirk and Billy Horschel. Those were not the names people expected to see atop the leaderboard when Monday's final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship was completed at TPC Boston.

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Couples Wins in Canada

Fred Couples chipped in for eagle on the par-5 18th hole at Canyon Meadows Golf & Country Club and then on the first sudden-death playoff hole - also the 18th - got a birdie to edge Billy Andrade and win the Champions Tour's $2.25 million Shaw Charity Classic in Calgary.

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Ernst Secures Maiden LPGA Victory

At a course where she recorded a career-best round 10-under 62 in 2013, Austin Ernst confirmed her affinity with Columbia-Edgewater Country Club on Sunday in the Portland Classic.

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McGinley's Dilemma

by Tony Dear

In March 2009, Sir Alex Ferguson, coach of the almost unbeatable Manchester United team that would soon win its 11th English Premier League title (this was only the 17th season since the old Football League First Division became the Premier League), remarked that he was "leaving out great players all the time." Such was his embarrassment of riches at Old Trafford that Ferguson was forced to put world-class players valued at tens of millions of dollars on the substitutes' bench every weekend.

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Ko Considers Surgery on Wrist

Despite her youth, New Zealand teenager Lydia Ko has been dealing with an injury caused by over-practicing.

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Wife of Kuchar's Caddie Passes Away; Tribute Planned Friday

The wife of Matt Kuchar's longtime caddie, Lance Bennett, passed away suddenly early Wednesday morning. Angela Bennett suffered a seizure the day before and died later.

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Liberty National in New Jersey to Become Mainstay on PGA Tour

On Tuesday the PGA Tour announced it had reached a 25-year agreement with Liberty National in Jersey City, N.J., that calls for the course overlooking downtown New York City and the Statue of Liberty to host the 2017 Presidents Cup.

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