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Thomas, Spieth lead player of year race

NEW YORK (AP) The FedEx Cup isn't the only trophy at stake over the next five weeks.

One trophy is known for its $10 million prize, with $9 million in cash. The other is about respect and honor from the other players. Read More...

Price wants Bae to attend Presidents Cup

NEW YORK (AP) Now that Sang-moon Bae has completed his military service in South Korea, he is ready to get back to work. Bae already is practicing and plans to compete Sept. 14-17 in the Shinhan Donghae Open, a tournament co-sanctioned by the Korean PGA Tour and the Asian Tour.

After that, International captain Nick Price would love to see him make a detour to the Presidents Cup. Read More...

US dominates to defend Solheim Cup

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Lexi Thompson set the tone by rallying from four holes down. The rest of the Americans took it from there and restored their dominance in the Solheim Cup

"I was just, like, `I just have to go all in and go for it all,'" Thompson said. Read More...

Stenson record 22-under for Wyndham win

GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) Henrik Stenson kept making birdies on the back nine Sunday at the Wyndham Championship. They added up to a tournament record - and his first victory of the year.

Stenson closed with a 6-under 64 for a one-stroke victory in the final event of the PGA Tour regular season. Read More...

McCarron birdies final 3 for En-Joie win

ENDICOTT, N.Y. (AP) Scott McCarron birdied the final three holes to beat California childhood rival Kevin Sutherland by a stroke Sunday in the Dick's Sporting Goods Open.

McCarron closed with an 8-under 64 a day after shooting a 61 at En-Joie to join Sutherland atop the leaderboard entering the final round in the PGA Tour Champions event. Read More...

Otaegui wins match play for first title

BAD GRIESBACH, Germany (AP) Adrian Otaegui came from behind to beat home favorite Marcel Siem 2 and 1 on Sunday, clinching the Paul Lawrie Match Play for his first European Tour title.

The Spaniard was three behind at the turn, and trailed the German by two with five holes to play. Otaegui won the 14th hole with a par and had three straight birdies on Nos. 15-17 to clinch victory. Read More...

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