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Koepka reportedly joins LIV golf series after previously speaking against rival league
Brooks Koepka, one of the first players to denounce a rival league for only 48 players, is the latest PGA Tour player to sign on with Saudi-funded LIV Golf series, The Associated Press has learned.
Women's PGA Championship doubles prize money to $9 million US
The KPMG Women's PGA Championship is doubling the size of its purse to $9 million US, another boost to the women's game that brings prize money for the five majors to nearly triple the amount from a decade ago.
Fitzpatrick narrowly wins U.S. Open, 1st major title behind clutch performance
Matt Fitzpatrick of England is a champion again at The Country Club, this time with the grandest of trophies. In a three-way battle at Brookline that came down to the wire, Fitzpatrick seized control with a great break and an even better shot on the 15th hole for a two-shot swing.
Hadwin tied for 4th at U.S. Open, 2 shots back of lead entering final round
Will Zalatoris and Matt Fitzpatrick avoided the carnage and calamity that took down golf's best Saturday at a U.S. Open that set the tone for a final day of survival. They carded 67 and 68, respectively, for a one-shot lead over Jon Rahm.
Morikawa, Dahmen share top spot on leaderboard after 2nd round of U.S. Open
The storms dodged Brookline and the stars began to emerge Friday in the U.S. Open. Collin Morikawa showed signs of emerging from pedestrian play at just the right time, matching the low score of the championship with a 4-under 66 for a share of the 36-hole lead with Joel Dahmen and a shot at a third straight year winning a major.
Canada's Hadwin leads U.S. Open after 1st round, Mickelson struggles
Adam Hadwin of Abbotsford, B.C. is the leader after one round of the U.S. Open. Hadwin ran off three straight birdies at the end of the front nine and only dropped one shot on the back nine of The Country Club for a 66.
Mickelson has no plans to follow Dustin Johnson, others in resigning PGA membership
During a 25-minute session with reporters on Monday in advance of the U.S. Open, Phil Mickelson said his preference would be "to be able to choose which path I'd like," whether it's the PGA Tour, the rival LIV Golf series, or both.
PGA Tour commissioner slams Saudi-funded league as 'series of exhibitions'
PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan described the Saudi-funded league that has signed up Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson and Bryson DeChambeau as a "series of exhibition matches" that spends billions of dollars on players without getting a return on its investment.
PGA Tour says players teeing off in rival Saudi-funded league no longer eligible for its events
Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson and other PGA Tour members who teed off in the Saudi-funded golf league Thursday are no longer eligible for PGA Tour events under penalties commissioner Jay Monahan shared soon after the first tee shot was struck.
Major champions DeChambeau, Reed jump ship to LIV Golf: reports
Major champions Bryson DeChambeau and Patrick Reed plan to sign up with the Saudi-funded LIV Golf Invitational series in time for the rival circuit to start playing in U.S. cities, a British newspaper reported Wednesday.