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Report: Mickelson's millions tied to money-laundering case

Golfer Phil Mickelson has been linked peripherally to a money-laundering case connected to an offshore gambling operation, according to a report from ESPN.

Bubba Watson wins The Travelers

Bubba Watson made an 8-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole Sunday to outlast Paul Casey and win the Travelers Championship for the second time.

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Tom Watson to play final British Open

Next month, 40 years since he won his maiden British Open title, Tom Watson will play his final Open at "the home of golf" -- Scotland's St. Andrews.

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Jordan Spieth: The next endorsement superstar

Jordan Spieth is poised to be the next big endorsement star, but he'll never be the next Michael Jordan.

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U.S. Open: Spieth proves he's 'The Daddy'

Who's the daddy? In the world of golf, there's no doubt that Jordan Spieth is quickly turning into the main man.

4-way tie at U.S. Open after round 3

One day after he collapsed from a bout of vertigo, Jason Day was standing taller than ever Saturday in the U.S. Open.

Spieth, Reed share lead at U.S. Open

Unbeaten as Ryder Cup teammates, Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth now chase a U.S. Open title this weekend at Chambers Bay.

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U.S. Open: Tiger Woods laughs off new low

A dose of wry humor kept Tiger Woods, who won his first U.S. Open 15 years ago, smiling after he hit a miserable opening round of 80 to open the 2015 U.S. Open on Thursday.

Round 1 of U.S. Open in the books

Henrik Stenson and Dustin Johnson set the tone for a relatively gentle debut of the 8-year-old course on the edge of Puget Sound. Both opened with 5-under 65 to share the lead.

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Tiger who? New golf stars face off for Nike, Under Armour

The battle between Nike and Under Armour is set to move from the hardwood to the fairway.

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Ben Hogan's 1950 U.S. Open: Greatest comeback ever?

A little more than a year after surviving a nearly fatal car accident, Ben Hogan hit one of the most famous shots in golf to secure a 1950 U.S. Open triumph that would become known as the "Miracle at Merion."

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U.S. Open warns fans against using Periscope

Good news for U.S. Open fans: You can bring your cell phone this weekend. Just do not use Periscope.

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