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Langer eagles 18 to take Senior PGA lead

STERLING, Va. (AP) Shrugging off fatigue from last week's victory, Bernhard Langer shot a 7-under 65 Thursday to take the early lead in the first round of the Senior PGA Championship.

The 59-year-old German could break Jack Nicklaus' record of eight senior majors with a win at Trump National. He tied Nicklaus last week with a five-shot victory at the Regions Tradition. He would also become the first player to win all five of the current senior majors. Read More...

Tiger feeling better, wants to return

JUPITER, Fla. (AP) Tiger Woods said he had fusion surgery on his back because he could no longer tolerate the pain, and that he wants to get back on the PGA Tour.

"I haven't felt this good in years," he said Wednesday in an update on his website . Read More...

Spieth feeling good heading to Colonnial

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) Jordan Spieth always gets good vibes at Colonial, so his return to Hogan's Alley as defending champion might be coming at an opportune time.

"This is a great spot to kind of start a new momentum train and get off the bogey train I've been on," Spieth said Wednesday. Read More...

Jutanugarn set to defend Michigan title

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) At this point last season, Ariya Jutanugarn was finishing up a streak of three straight LPGA Tour victories, part of a stellar year in which she won five times and took player of the year honors shortly before her 21st birthday.

Her 2017 performance has again been consistently strong - but she's still without a victory as she prepares to defend her title this week at Travis Pointe Country Club. Read More...

USGA: Focus on US Open, not Trump course

BEDMINSTER, N.J. (AP) The USGA insists its focus is going to be on golf and not politics when it conducts the U.S. Women's Open at a golf course owned by President Donald Trump in less than two months.

Some fans and politicians criticized golf's governing body for not moving the marquee women's tournament from Trump National after lewd comments by Trump about women from 2005 surfaced during the presidential campaign. Read More...

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...

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