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Tway claims 1st PGA Tour win with playoff triumph at Safeway Open

Tway claims 1st PGA Tour win with playoff triumph at Safeway Open

Kevin Tway captured his first career PGA Tour win on Sunday, outlasting Ryan Moore and Brandt Snedeker in a playoff to claim the Safeway Open, the first event of the PGA season.More to come.Copyright
Snedeker, Tway, Moore head to 3-way playoff at Safeway Open

Snedeker, Tway, Moore head to 3-way playoff at Safeway Open

Seventy-two holes were not enough at the first event of the PGA season, as Brandt Snedeker, Kevin Tway, and Ryan Moore will take part in a playoff to decide the Safeway Open.More to come.Copyright ©
Leonard on Reed: 'Don't see how you pick him' for next Ryder Cup

Leonard on Reed: 'Don't see how you pick him' for next Ryder Cup

Former Open champion and two-time Ryder Cup winner Justin Leonard didn't hold back when providing his thoughts on the drama that unfolded after the Ryder Cup, saying Patrick Reed has plenty of fences
Mickelson plans to reduce playing schedule in 2018-19 season

Mickelson plans to reduce playing schedule in 2018-19 season

It seems like Father Time is starting to get the better of Phil Mickelson.The 48-year-old expressed he was absolutely exhausted at the Safeway Open and is now indicating he will limit the number of
Curry, PGA Tour looking at Bay Area course to host future event

Curry, PGA Tour looking at Bay Area course to host future event

Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry continues to make strides toward becoming the host of a PGA Tour event, as his representatives and the Tour are discussing potential venues, according
Snedeker leads Mickelson by 3 after 36 holes at Safeway Open

Snedeker leads Mickelson by 3 after 36 holes at Safeway Open

Brandt Snedeker fired a second-round 65 en route to the solo lead heading into the weekend at the Safeway Open, with Phil Mickelson among the group three shots behind.Snedeker's 7-under round at
Mickelson: Almost unplayable rough at Ryder Cup gave Euros advantage

Mickelson: Almost unplayable rough at Ryder Cup gave Euros advantage

Phil Mickelson made it clear that he wasn't a fan of Le Golf National - the host venue for the 2018 Ryder Cup - not only with his play at the event, but with comments made after his first round at the
Mickelson 2 back after opening-round 65 at Safeway Open

Mickelson 2 back after opening-round 65 at Safeway Open

Phil Mickelson kicked off the new PGA Tour season with a scorching 7-under 65 to sit two shots back after Round 1 of the Safeway Open on Thursday.Lefty strung together six consecutive birdies during
Goosen, Payne headline 15 finalists for World Golf Hall of Fame 2019 class

Goosen, Payne headline 15 finalists for World Golf Hall of Fame 2019 class

Two-time U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen and former Augusta National chairman Billy Payne headline the 15 finalists for the World Golf Hall of Fame's class of 2019. The Hall of Fame sorts finalists
McIlroy backs Harrington for 2020 Ryder Cup captaincy

McIlroy backs Harrington for 2020 Ryder Cup captaincy

Rory McIlroy supports the idea of Padraig Harrington being named the European team captain for the 2020 Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin."I've always thought Padraig would be a good captain
Woman struck in eye at Ryder Cup hopes accident improves fan safety

Woman struck in eye at Ryder Cup hopes accident improves fan safety

Corine Remande, 49, lost sight in her right eye after being struck by an errant tee shot from Brooks Koepka on Friday at the Ryder Cup.As an avid golf fan, she hopes the incident can lead to an
Reed compares Fleetwood, Molinari dominance to success with Spieth

Reed compares Fleetwood, Molinari dominance to success with Spieth

Patrick Reed compared the dominant European duo of Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari to his partnership with Jordan Spieth in an interview with Fred Couples on SiriusXM radio on Wednesday."They
End of Season Awards: Best and worst of PGA Tour season

End of Season Awards: Best and worst of PGA Tour season

With the Ryder Cup capping off the PGA Tour season, it's time to look back and hand out some unofficial hardware for the year that was.Here are the best and worst from the 2017-18 season:Best Player
Koepka denies reports about heated exchange with Johnson

Koepka denies reports about heated exchange with Johnson

Brooks Koepka has denied the reports of an apparent altercation with Dustin Johnson at the Ryder Cup."This Dustin thing, I just don't get," Koepka told reporters at the Alfred Dunhill Links
Report: Anonymous U.S. Ryder Cup team member rips Patrick Reed

Report: Anonymous U.S. Ryder Cup team member rips Patrick Reed

An anonymous member of the American Ryder Cup team is taking Patrick Reed to task over his criticism of team captain Jim Furyk and teammate Jordan Spieth."He is so full of s---," the team member said
Report: Johnson, Koepka separated during altercation after Ryder Cup

Report: Johnson, Koepka separated during altercation after Ryder Cup

Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka reportedly needed to be separated during an altercation in the European team room Sunday evening after the Ryder Cup, according to Tim Rosaforte of Golf Channel. The
Reed sounds off on Furyk's Ryder Cup decisions

Reed sounds off on Furyk's Ryder Cup decisions

Patrick Reed wasn't pleased with some choices made by U.S. Ryder Cup team captain Jim Furyk over the weekend. Tiger Woods and Reed lost to Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari in their first match.
Tiger goes winless in historically poor Ryder Cup appearance

Tiger goes winless in historically poor Ryder Cup appearance

What a difference a week makes. Tiger Woods lost his fourth and final Ryder Cup match Sunday, falling to Spaniard Jon Rahm 2&1 to go winless in the event, a week after winning a tournament for the
Team Europe dominates on home soil for Ryder Cup win

Team Europe dominates on home soil for Ryder Cup win

Team Europe won the Ryder Cup for the sixth straight time at home, defeating the Americans 17.5 to 10.5 after three days of dominance. Entering Sunday's singles matches requiring only 4.5 points to
Tiger-Rahm duel headlines Sunday's singles matches at Ryder Cup

Tiger-Rahm duel headlines Sunday's singles matches at Ryder Cup

Team Europe's 10-6 stranglehold of the Ryder Cup over Team USA makes Sunday's singles matches even more crucial for the American side.USA needs to earn eight points in order to retain the cup, while