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Kisner holds off Spieth to win Colonial

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) Kevin Kisner came so close several times before finally winning on the PGA Tour. He now has another victory, withstanding a charge by Jordan Spieth at Colonial, after two more runner-up finishes this year.

"You start questioning if you're going to win again after a while," Kisner said. "Everybody was questioning if I was ever going to win. Then I win, and then everybody questions if I was ever going to win again." Read More...

Langer wins record ninth Champions major

STERLING, Va. (AP) Bernhard Langer knew it wouldn't be easy to come from one stroke back to beat Vijay Singh, who's five years younger, drives the ball 30 yards farther and routinely competes with players young enough to be his sons.

Ultimately, the 59-year-old German star's confidence with the putter, a club that has frequently bedeviled him, was the difference as he edged past Singh in a tense back-nine duel to win the Senior PGA Championship at Trump National on Sunday. Read More...

Noren rallies with 62 to win BMW PGA

VIRGINIA WATER, England (AP) Racked with nerves, Alex Noren could barely line up his 6-foot eagle putt on the final hole that would help to clinch him the BMW PGA Championship on Sunday.

The Swedish golfer still managed to roll it into the center of the cup, where most of his putts ended up during the best round of his life. Read More...

Feng holds on, wins by 1 at LPGA Volvik

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) Shanshan Feng won in Malaysia and Japan during an impressive stretch toward the end of the 2016 season.

On American soil, however, it had been a while since her last victory. Read More...

Johnston among 15 to qualify for US Open

TADSWORTH, England (AP) Andrew "Beef" Johnston made his third eagle of the day at just the right time and was among 15 players who earned a spot in the U.S. Open at a 36-hole sectional qualifier in England.

Aaron Rai of England, who already has won two Challenge Tour events this year, was the medalist Monday at Walton Heath. He had rounds of 66-64 and finished one shot ahead of Li Haotong of China, who also will be playing in his first major. Read More...

Miyazato: I quit for lack of motivation

TOKYO (AP) Japan's Ai Miyazato says she has decided to quit the LPGA Tour at the end of the season because she lost her motivation for the sport after years of struggling to win again.

A former world number one who captured 25 professional titles during her career, Miyazato has not won a tournament in five years and said that lack of success has diminished her drive to keep going. Read More...

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