Snedeker in control as Mickelson drops back

Brandt Snedeker remains in control of the Safeway Open, retaining a three-stroke lead as Phil Mickelson fell out of contention on Saturday. Snedeker produced another strong round in Napa, California, shooting a three-under 69. The American moved into 16 under...

Bjerregaard ruins Hatton's hat-trick bid at St Andrews

Lucas Bjerregaard fired a final round of 67 to overhaul defending champion Tyrrell Hatton and win the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Hatton looked in a strong position to win the tournament for a third straight year after back-to-back scores...

Tway wins Safeway Open for first PGA Tour title

Kevin Tway claimed his maiden PGA Tour title with a play-off win at the Safeway Open on Sunday. The American, 30, beat Ryan Moore and Brandt Snedeker in a three-man play-off in Napa, California, to secure his first success...

Johnson congratulates Koepka on PGA Tour award after Ryder Cup altercation

Dustin Johnson sent a congratulatory message to Brooks Koepka after he was named PGA Tour Player of the Year, despite the pair being involved in an altercation at the Ryder Cup. Koepka retained his U.S. Open title and won...

Rose disappointed by USA disputes in Ryder Cup aftermath

Justin Rose is saddened that the United States' Ryder Cup team have appear to have turned on one another, although he concedes it is nothing new for tempers to flare late in the tournament. Europe ran out 17.5-10.5 winners over...

Mickelson: Busy schedule a 'bit of a mistake'

After playing his busiest schedule since 2002, Phil Mickelson admitted that his jam-packed 2018 schedule may have been "a bit of a mistake." Source link

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