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US Ryder Cup spots unchanged after PGA

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ST. LOUIS (AP) The upside to Jim Furyk finishing so early at the PGA Championship was being able to watch the final round on television, partly as a player but mostly as the Ryder Cup captain.

And that meant seeing plenty of Tiger Woods.

"I really wanted to see kind of how Tiger was playing, and I only got to see ... I don't know, like every shot he hit for the rest of the day," Furyk said Monday with a laugh. "It was great theater, really."

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Bubble players highlight Wyndham field

It's time for the PGA Tour's bubble players to take center stage.

The field at the Wyndham Championship is once again packed with players trying to play their way into golf's postseason and keep their tour cards for 2019. Read More...

Koepka wins PGA, Woods second after 64

ST. LOUIS (AP) The roars were unlike anything Brooks Koepka had ever heard, and he knew exactly what they meant.

They got louder for each birdie by Tiger Woods that moved him closer to the lead Sunday in the PGA Championship, and Koepka could hear a ripple effect of noise. First, real time. Seconds later, another burst from patrons watching on TV in chalets. Then, distant cheers from every corner of Bellerive when the score was posted. Read More...

Woods just short despite dazzling finish

ST. LOUIS (AP) The ball rested on the edge of the cup, its logo peeking into the hole for what felt like forever.

Back in the day, that ball dropped for Tiger Woods. Read More...

Scott proves he still has major game

ST. LOUIS (AP) Adam Scott was poised to pull off a successful sneak attack at the PGA Championship on Sunday, quietly hanging around the top of the leaderboard while all the attention was elsewhere.

Mostly on Brooks Koepka and Tiger Woods. Read More...

Montenegro tops Thornberry in US Amateur

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) Jesus Montenegro of Argentina, the 998th-ranked amateur in the world, toppled top-ranked Braden Thornberry of Olive Branch, Mississippi, 2 and 1 in the U.S. Amateur on Wednesday at Pebble Beach as the world's top three amateurs lost in the round of 64.

The 21-year-old Montenegro is coming off his freshman season at Jacksonville State, and has college coach James Hobbs with him at Pebble Beach as his caddie. Read More...

Late mistakes foil Thomas' repeat chance

ST. LOUIS (AP) Justin Thomas didn't lose a whole lot of confidence after a three-putt bogey on the ninth hole. He rebounded with a couple more birdies to start the back nine and get back into contention for his second straight PGA Championship.

The real mistake came on the par-4 14th at Bellerive. Read More...

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