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1:43 PM ET Associated Press England’s Richard Mansell conjured up a remarkable round of 68 in horrendous conditions at St. Andrews to lead the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship by 2 shots at the halfway stage. Four early birdies gave the 28 year-old a great start to his round and as the wind and rain increased,
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ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — It was the sort of comment only an old friend or colleague could make. Walking to the practice range on Tuesday, caddie Alistair “Squirrel” Matheson turned to his old boss, Geoff Ogilvy, and said, “now don’t be embarrassed.” The comment was understandable considering that the 2006 U.S. Open champion hasn’t played
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12:33 PM ET Associated Press ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — With nasty weather on the horizon, golfers at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship were looking to get in a good early score on the storied Scottish courses hosting the European tour event. No one did better than Romain Langasque on the most famous course of all.
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8:58 AM ET The PGA Tour filed a countersuit against LIV Golf on Wednesday, claiming the Saudi Arabian-financed circuit has interfered with existing contracts it had with its members. The counterclaim was filed as part of the PGA Tour’s response to LIV Golf’s federal antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour, in which LIV Golf claims
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6:09 PM ET Associated Press Saudi-funded LIV Golf refuted a report Tuesday that it was close to a U.S. television deal in which it would buy time to be shown on FS1. Golfweek, in a story published Tuesday night, cited multiple sources it did not identify in saying the agreement is still being finalized. It
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In LIV Golf’s short time in existence, it has been among the most pressing questions regarding its long-term viability: What are the prospects for getting a television deal that would deliver a far larger audience than its current life on YouTube? We may be closer to getting an answer, even if it still leaves nearly
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12:14 AM ET The controversial LIV Golf circuit has signed many big names and sparked widespread conversation over the last several months, but one thing it hasn’t had is a deal to broadcast its events on television. That, according to a report Tuesday night, may be changing soon. Golfweek, citing multiple sources, reported that LIV
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10:58 AM ET Phil Mickelson and three other golfers asked to be dismissed as plaintiffs in LIV Golf’s federal antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour, according to a notice of voluntary dismissal filed Tuesday. Talor Gooch, Ian Poulter and Hudson Swafford also asked to no longer be plaintiffs in the federal lawsuit, which accuses the
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Sep 25, 2022 ESPN News Services CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Americans won the Presidents Cup again, no asterisk needed. Sure, the International team lost at least four players — maybe more — who defected to Saudi-funded LIV Golf and were deemed ineligible by the PGA Tour. It had eight rookies asked to play a new
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9:34 PM ET Associated Press ROGERS, Ark. — Atthaya Thitikul of Thailand birdied the second playoff hole to beat Danielle Kang and win the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship on Sunday. The victory made the 19-year-old the first LPGA Tour player in five years to win twice in her rookie season. Sung Hyun Park posted multiple
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10:50 PM ET Associated Press PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Steve Flesch birdied the 18th hole at Pebble Beach on Sunday to win the Pure Insurance Championship, his second PGA Tour Champions victory of the season. Flesch birdied the first four holes and five on the front nine in a strong start, then stalled on the
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