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Wiesberger wins in playoff at Shenzhen

SHENZHEN, China (AP) Austrian Bernd Wiesberger beat England's Tommy Fleetwood in a playoff on Sunday to win the Shenzhen International.

Wiesberger went into the final round with a three-shot lead and eight shots ahead of Fleetwood but the Englishman fired a 63 to finish tied at 16 under. Read More...

Kuboya wins Panasonic Open in playoff

NODA, Japan (AP) Kenichi Kuboya of Japan beat compatriot Katsumasa Miyamoto in the first playoff hole on Sunday to win the Panasonic Open.

Kuboya fired a 7-under-par 64 in the final round to finish tied with Miyamoto (68) at 11 under 273. Read More...

Funk, Sluman take Legends lead

RIDGEDALE, Mo. (AP) Fred Funk and Jeff Sluman teamed to shoot a course-record 10-under par on Saturday to take the opening-round lead in the PGA Tour Champions' Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge.

Funk and Sluman, who won the tournament in 2014, birdied five of their first six holes on the par-3 Top of the Rock course while playing modified alternate shot and closed with five more birdies on the back nine in a four-ball format. Read More...

Woods has 4th back surgery, out 6 months

One day after saying his back was progressing, Tiger Woods had a fourth back surgery to alleviate pain and will go through another year without playing a major.

The surgery was Wednesday at the Texas Back Institute. Read More...

Kerr impressing 1 win at a time

Cristie Kerr always talked bigger than her game, and she might last long enough on the LPGA Tour to back it up.

Nearly five months after knee surgery, and a recovery that took twice as long as expected, Kerr won the LPGA Lotte Championship in Hawaii last week in a manner that surprised everyone but her. She was on the wrong side of the cut 11 holes into her second round, ran off 21 birdies over the next 43 holes at Ko Olina, won by three shots and set the tournament's 72-hole record. Read More...

Woods to design course in Missouri

HOLLISTER, Mo. (AP) Tiger Woods will design an 18-hole golf course south of Branson, Missouri, that will be named after the late Payne Stewart, a Missouri native who won 11 PGA events before dying in a plane crash in 1999.

Woods made the announcement Tuesday with Johnny Morris, founder and CEO of Bass Pro Shops, who owns the land where the new course - to be called Payne's Valley - will be built. Read More...

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