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Horschel wins Nelson as Day misses putt

IRVING, Texas (AP) ��� Billy Horschel had missed four straight cuts when he arrived at TPC Four Seasons, a course he was never particularly fond of.

After winning the last AT&T Byron Nelson scheduled at the Irving resort, Horschel now wishes he could have the chance to come back. Read More...

Langer wins to tie Nicklaus' tour record

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) Bernhard Langer pulled away from the other contenders - and pulled even with Jack Nicklaus.

Langer cruised to his second straight Regions Tradition victory, shooting an 8-under-64 on Sunday to match Nicklaus' record of eight PGA Tour Champions major titles. Read More...

Horschel's wife opens up on alcoholism

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) Billy Horschel was playing in a charity golf tournament a day after winning the Byron Nelson when his wife asked him to read a personal message she was ready to post on social media.

The PGA Tour player's initial reaction to his wife, Brittany, was that she didn't have to go public about her alcoholism until she was ready to do so. Read More...

Thompson wins Kingsmill with 20-under

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) Lexi Thompson hopes she can finally put the ANA Inspiration rules mess behind her.

Thompson shot her third 6-under 65 on Sunday to finish off a nearly flawless wire-to-wire victory in the Kingsmill Championship with a tournament-record 20-under 264 total. She broke the record of 19 under at Kingsmill's River Course set by Annika Sorenstam in 2008. Read More...

Sun Devils' Vaughn wins NCAA title

SUGAR GROVE, Ill. (AP) Monica Vaughn didn't know the score, and she might not have believed how the final hour unfolded Monday that enabled the Arizona State senior to capture the NCAA women's golf title.

In a stunning turnaround at Rich Harvest Farms, Vaughn made up a four-shot deficit with four holes to play with two birdies and a lot of help from Wake Forest sophomore Jennifer Kupcho, who led the entire final round until a triple bogey on the 17th hole. Read More...

Japan's Miyazato earns US Open spot

ONO CITY, Japan (AP) Yusaku Miyazato made an 18-foot birdie putt on the eighth playoff hole to grab the fourth and final spot in the U.S. Open from the sectional qualifier in Japan.

It will be the second straight U.S. Open appearance for Miyazato, the older brother of nine-time LPGA winner Ai Miyazato. Read More...

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