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Matsuyama falls short in Fukushima

Jul 26, 2015

Matsuyama falls short in Fukushima

U.S. tour regular Hideki Matsuyama gave his fans something to cheer about on Sunday with 10 birdies, but still finished the Fukushima Open six strokes off the pace. On a day with low scores to be had, Matsuyama bogeyed two of his first three ...

Jul 25, 2015

Matsuyama falls to 25th place at Fukushima Open

Hideki Matsuyama struggled to keep pace with the low scoring at the Fukushima Open, where his 3-under-par 69 saw him sink into 25th place after Saturday’s third round. Matsuyama, who returned to Japan after the completion of the British Open on Monday, carded five ...

Jul 25, 2015

Allenby leaves tourney after row

Robert Allenby has withdrawn from the Canadian Open after splitting with his caddie in the middle of the first round, with a fan carrying his bag the rest of the way. Allenby shot a 9-over 81 Thursday at Glen Abbey Golf Club and finished ...

Jul 23, 2015

Matsuyama shoots 70 in season debut on Japanese tour

Hideki Matsuyama carded a 2-under-par 70 on his season debut on the Japanese tour on Thursday in the first round of the Fukushima Open. The 23-year-old Matsuyama, coming off an 18th-place finish at the British Open, carded six birdies against four bogeys at Grandee ...

Jul 21, 2015

Matsuyama ends up tied for 18th place

Hideki Matsuyama finished the British Open in a tie for 18th place at 8-under-par 280 on Monday, seven strokes behind the winner, American Zach Johnson. Johnson defeated Australian Marc Leishman and South African Louis Oosthuizen over a four-hole playoff. On the final day of ...

Johnson wins British Open in a playoff

Jul 21, 2015

Johnson wins British Open in a playoff

Zach Johnson cradled the silver claret jug in his arms. Jordan Spieth let it slip through his fingers. Spieth was right where he wanted to be in his spirited bid for the Grand Slam — tied for the lead with two holes to go ...

Dunne, Spieth chase history

Jul 20, 2015

Dunne, Spieth chase history

For a place dripping with centuries of history, St. Andrews got more than it could have wanted Sunday. Jordan Spieth punched his golf bag in frustration after a careless bogey, perhaps sensing the British Open was slipping away. Just like that, and because this ...

Tiger shifts focus to upcoming events

Jul 19, 2015

Tiger shifts focus to upcoming events

Tiger Woods has vowed to battle on against the dimming of the light after another desperately disappointing showing at the British Open. The game’s once predominant force packed his bags and headed for home after finishing seven shots adrift of the cut mark and ...

Johnson leads as strong winds create chaos at British Open

Jul 19, 2015

Johnson leads as strong winds create chaos at British Open

Even with 155 years of history, the British Open can still serve up some strange twists at St. Andrews. Dustin Johnson gave Saturday some semblance of order. The second round lasted nearly 39 hours from the first tee shot to the final putt. Brooks ...

Wind wreaks havoc at St. Andrews

Jul 18, 2015

Wind wreaks havoc at St. Andrews

The British Open was stopped just 32 minutes after it resumed Saturday morning when gusts of up to 40 mph (64 kph) blew golf balls across the green and contributed to Dustin Johnson making bogey to fall into a share of the lead. The ...

Johnson in lead as rain affects play

Jul 18, 2015

Johnson in lead as rain affects play

Rare flooding, sunshine, more rain and always wind. None of it seemed to matter to Dustin Johnson at St. Andrews. On a wild day of weather Friday at the British Open that delayed the start of the second round by more than three hours, ...