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Jimenez leads by 4 at Senior British

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (AP) Miguel Angel Jimenez opened a four-stroke lead in the Senior British Open, shooting a 7-under 65 on Saturday in mild conditions to fall one short of matching the Carnoustie Golf Links record.

The 52-year-old Spaniard had a bogey-free round in wind at 6-12 mph on the mostly cloudy afternoon. He had an 11-under 205 total after opening 70-70, putting him in position for his first major title. Read More...

England leads UL Crown, US advances

GURNEE, Ill. (AP) Charley Hull is fresh as a daisy, and England is dreaming big.

Hull and surprising England grabbed the lead in the UL International Crown on Saturday, and the United States advanced with a sweep against Japan. Read More...

Hull back after missed match for illness

GURNEE, Ill. (AP) England's Charley Hull is playing in the UL International Crown after missing the second session because of asthma and fever.

Hull joined partner Melissa Reid for the start of their match on Saturday against sisters Ariya and Moriya Jutanugarn of Thailand. Read More...

Injured Park won't defend British title

LONDON (AP) Inbee Park will not defend her Women's British Open title after being forced to withdraw from next week's event as she continues her recovery from a left thumb injury.

The South Korean says "this has been an incredibly hard decision for me to make and the reason I've left it to the very last minute." Read More...

PGA comes just 11 days after British

SPRINGFIELD, N.J. (AP) Jordan Spieth hit the reset button after the U.S. Open, a prudent decision to keep from looking in the rearview mirror.

Gone was the burden of trying to repeat 2015 by winning the Masters and U.S. Open in the same year. This was all about looking ahead at two more majors, not so much to salvage the year but the chance to make it another great one. And now, even that is about to end. Read More...

Golf back at Olympics minus best players

(AP) -- A year away from golf's return to the Olympics after a 112-year absence, IOC President Thomas Bach said it would be good if the sport had a wide range of players from as many countries as possible competing for medals.

And that's what it delivered - 41 countries in the men's and women's competition - an example of golf's global appeal. Read More...

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