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True Summer Games: Heat index reaches 111 degrees and it might get hotter

Replacement caddies, ice bags on heads, players constantly in search of shade. It was a brutally hot opening round in Tokyo.

Sagstrom (66) leads Olympics in extreme heat

Sweden's Madelene Sagstrom shot a blistering 66 on Wednesday at the Olympics, but it paled in comparison to the heat.

From Pinehurst to Rio to Tokyo, intertwining the men and women strengthens the game

It's not often that the men and women play the same course in back-to-back weeks, but when they do, interest piques and the game grows.

U.S. players ready to spread Olympic spirit

Not everyone is on board with golf in the Olympics, but they should listen to what this year's U.S. team has to say about the experience.

Zhang

What makes U.S. Am defender Zhang No. 1

We see the success of Rose Zhang: her wins, her clutch putts and her consistency. But what does it take to reach this level of achievement?

Reed's brother-in-law inspired Olympic call

Despite trekking 15,000 miles over the past week, Patrick Reed wouldn't have it any other way.

Annika Sorentsam

Annika returns, wins USSWO by eight strokes

Annika Sorenstam ran away with the U.S. Senior Women’s Open on Sunday, closing with a 4-under 68 for an eight-stroke victory.

Gavins, Anannarukarn win World Invitational

Daniel Gavins overturned a seven-shot deficit and Pajaree Anannarukarn recovered from a triple bogey to win.

Monday Scramble: Olympics changes some minds; should the format change, too?

The Olympics won over Rory McIlroy, but there are still questions about the event's format. Here's a look at a simple fix.

Annika Sorenstam

Sorenstam leads Neumann by 2 at USSWO

Annika Sorenstam shot an even-par 72 on Saturday to take a two-stroke lead into the final round.

USSWO: Annika up by 3; Carner breaks age by 3

Annika Sorenstam shot a 3-under 69 to take a three-stroke lead Friday in the U.S. Senior Women’s Open.

John Wood, Matt Kuchar

Nothing compares to being an Olympian

The Tokyo Olympics won't be like the Rio experience. But few things in sports compare to being forever called an Olympian.

Champ's the champ; fights dehydration, wins 3M

Cameron Champ notches his third PGA Tour win in three years after fighting off dehydration at TPC Twin Cities.

Elvira overcomes Day 4 collapse, wins Cazoo Open

Nacho Elvira squandered a six-shot lead but still defeated Justin Harding in a playoff for his first European Tour win.

Dodd holds on for first Senior Open win

After shooting a record low 62 on Day 3 of the tournament, Stephen Dodd finished off the win for his first major victory.