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Maggert's win gives McCarron Schwab Cup

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PHOENIX (AP) One unforgettable shot made a winner out of Jeff Maggert - and Scott McCarron.

Maggert was 123 yards away in the 17th fairway, the third playoff hole in the Charles Schwab Cup Championship, needing to beat Retief Goosen to end more than four years without winning on the PGA Tour Champions.

McCarron was in the clubhouse, needing Maggert to win for him to capture the Schwab Cup and its $1 million bonus.

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Hatton wins record-tying 6-man playoff

ANTALYA, Turkey (AP) England's Tyrrell Hatton won the Turkish Airlines Open on Sunday after a record-equaling six-man playoff that finished under floodlights.

Hatton defeated Matthias Schwab with a par on the fourth extra hole to win his fourth title in memorable circumstances in Antalya. Read More...

Suzuki wins Japan Classic by 3 strokes

SHIGA, Japan (AP) Overnight leader Ai Suzuki shot a bogey-free 5-under 67 on Sunday to win the Japan Classic by three strokes for her first LPGA career victory.

Suzuki carded her fifth birdie of the day on the par-5 18th hole at the Seta Golf Course to finish with a 17-under 199, three shots ahead of Hyo Joo Kim (66). Read More...

Woods picks himself for Presidents Cup

Tiger Woods will have an ear piece, a radio and his golf clubs at the Presidents Cup.

Woods created his own slice of history Thursday night by becoming the first Presidents Cup captain to use one of his wild-card selections on himself. Read More...

Els adds Day, Hadwin for Presidents Cup

Ernie Els filled out his International team already loaded with newcomers by choosing two more Presidents Cup rookies with his captain's picks Wednesday night.

Els took a pair of 21-year-old rookies, Joaquin Niemann of Chile and Sungjae Im of South Korea, with two of his picks. That will give the International team six rookies as it tries to end a streak of seven straight losses to the Americans. Read More...

Mickelson's 26-year run in top 50 ends

SHANGHAI (AP) The streak ended with little fanfare, and that was just fine with Phil Mickelson.

He slashed his way to a tie for 28th in the HSBC Champions, with only 100 or so fans following along. Mickelson played his last nine holes right behind Rory McIlroy, but only because Lefty was in the first group to tee off on the back nine. He signed for a 68 in his final round of the year. Read More...

Howell III on 'once in a lifetime' trip

SHANGHAI (AP) Not long after Charles Howell III finished his final round in Las Vegas, he packed up for a trip to Asia he never imagined taking.

It wasn't just for golf. And he wasn't alone. Read More...

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