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Do whatever it takes to keep Inkster in the fold

Forget about that call Juli Inkster won’t take. Mike Whan ought to fly an entire task force to Inkster’s doorstep to plead for her return.

Woods, Langer display genius in the way they whipped the yips

Tiger Woods and Bernhard Langer are modern marvels, two players who not only overcame the yips, but did so in historic fashion.

The Social: Nicklaus still a classic; Mickelson now a masterpiece

Jack Nicklaus is still Jack Nicklaus when it matters most on a golf course. And Phil Mickelson is ... a dutch painter?

Solheim Cup wasn't just good for women's golf; it was good for golf, period

"It really irks me how we always have to take a back seat," Juli Inkster said Sunday, "because I don't think these ladies should take a back seat to anybody."


Fairytale ending: Pettersen rides into sunset as Europe's Solheim Cup hero

Suzann Pettersen couldn't have drew it up any better. After her clutch putt to seal the Solheim Cup victory for the Europeans, Pettersen announced her retirement and wrote the perfect final chapter of her career.

Wallace leads BMW; McIlroy sputters to opening 76

Rory McIlroy made six bogeys and a double bogey in his last 11 holes to shoot 4-over 76 on Thursday at the BMW PGA Championship, finding himself 11 back of leader Matt Wallace.


Olesen suspended until at least December

Danish golfer Thorbjorn Olesen will remain suspended from the European Tour until at least December after being charged with sexual assault and being drunk on an aircraft.

Notes: Low scores don't go as far as they used to?

Viktor Hovland tied the PGA Tour record at The Greenbrier with his 17th consecutive round in the 60s, and it could shed some light on how much golf has changed in two decades.

GPS tracking to tackle slow play, but will players do their part?

The European Tour is set to add GPS tracking to address pace of play. But if the players don't do their part it's all for nothing.

A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier: Joaquin Niemann

Niemann becomes first from Chile to win on Tour

Joaquin Niemann became the first player from Chile to win on the PGA Tour, shooting a 6-under 64 on Sunday for a six-stroke victory in A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier.

Jerry Kelly wins Ally Challenge for 2nd win of year

Jerry Kelly closed with a 4-under 68 for a two-shot victory in the Ally Challenge, his second victory this year on the PGA Tour Champions.

Garcia (69) holes clutch par on last to win KLM

Sergio Garcia needed a clutch par putt at the final hole to win the 100th edition of the KLM Open by one shot over Nicolai Hojgaard.

Niemann (68) leads Greenbrier by two shots

Joaquin Niemann shot a 2-under 68 on Saturday to take a two-stroke in the A Military Tribute at the Greenbrier.

Kelly holds one-shot lead at Ally Championship

Jerry Kelly shot a 7-under 65 on Saturday to take a one-stroke lead into the final round of the PGA Tour Champions' Ally Challenge.

No fear: Inkster takes bold strategy into Sunday

With both teams tied at 8 points, it all comes down to Sunday at the Solheim Cup. Here's what to expect in Sunday's singles matches.