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Romero surges late to win BMW Open

MUNICH (AP) Andres Romero picked up seven shots in his last ten holes to win the BMW International Open by one stroke on Sunday.

The Argentine carded a bogey-free round of 65, the day's best, to sign off at 17-under par, one better than Thomas Detry (66) and overnight leaders Sergio Garcia (69) and Richard Bland (69). Read More...

Ryu shoots NW Arkansas course-record 61

ROGERS, Ark. (AP) A few weeks off was all So Yeon Ryu needed to kick-start what is shaping up to be possibly the best year of her LPGA Tour career.

The third-ranked South Korean star shot a course-record 10-under 61 on Saturday in the NW Arkansas Championship to take a five-stroke lead into the final round, putting in in great position to become the first repeat winner this year. Read More...

Broadhurst maintains 2-stroke lead

MADISON, Wis. (AP) Paul Broadhurst shot a 3-under 69 in windy conditions Saturday at University Ridge to maintain a two-stroke lead in the PGA Tour Champions' American Family Insurance Open.

Broadhurst followed birdies on the par-5 16th and par-3 17th with a bogey on the par-4 18th to finish at 12-under 132. Read More...

Relaxed Miyazato enjoying final season

ROGERS, Ark. (AP) Ai Miyazato has known for 10 months that this season would be her last on the LPGA Tour.

The former world No. 1 is more relaxed entering this week's NW Arkansas Championship after announcing her retirement last month. Read More...

Former USGA President Tatum dies at 96

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Frank "Sandy" Tatum, the former U.S. Golf Association president known for difficult U.S. Open setups and a famous quote after the "Massacre at Winged Foot," died Thursday. He was 96.

"All of us at the USGA are deeply saddened by the passing of truly one of the great individuals ever involved with golf," Mike Davis, the USGA's executive director, said in a statement. "Sandy Tatum certainly impacted the USGA in immeasurable ways, but more important were his countless and significant contributions to the game. He will long be remembered as one of the greats in golf." Read More...

Rules, perks draw top field to Travelers

CROMWELL, Conn. (AP) Some of the biggest names in golf are giving up what for many is normally a week off after a major championship to play at the Travelers Championship.

Rory McIlroy, Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Bubba Watson are among those in Connecticut this week, giving the tournament an unusually strong field. Read More...

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