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Dustin Johnson's FedExCup glory: Highs and lows of 2019-20 season

Dustin Johnson rounded off a superb finish to his PGA Tour campaign with Tour Championship victory, having overcome several challenges through the season on his way to FedExCup success. Get the best prices and book a round at one of 1,700 courses across the UK & Ireland Courses Locations No results found. Please try another search. The world No 1 held off the challenge of Justin Thomas and Xander Schauffele

Daniel Berger might not win the FedEx Cup, but as for getting in the Masters ... you're saying there is a chance?

Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University ATLANTA — There is hope. Perhaps it is as slight as the azaleas blooming in November at Augusta National, but the possibility exists. Daniel Berger has yet to be told “no” from tournament officials, so he is clinging to the idea that maybe, just maybe, he will be able to tee

Tour Championship: Tee times for the third round at East Lake

Pairings and tee times for the third round of the Tour Championship, the final event of the PGA Tour season, at East Lake in Atlanta. Get the best prices and book a round at one of 1,700 courses across the UK & Ireland Courses Locations No results found. Please try another search. USA unless stated, all times BST 1742 Ryan Palmer, Billy Horschel 1752 Marc Leishman (Aus), Joaquin Niemann (Chi)

PGA Tour aims to have fans return in early '21

Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University ATLANTA — The PGA Tour has gone five straight weeks without a player or caddy testing positive for the coronavirus and has made it to the end of its 2019-2020 season with a relatively low number of cases since returning from the pandemic shutdown in June. There have been 14 tournaments

Andalucia Masters: Martin Kaymer moving on from Belfry near-miss

Martin Kaymer is looking to put last week’s missed opportunity behind him as he targets an end to his six-year winless run at the Estrella Damn N.A Andalucia Masters. Get the best prices and book a round at one of 1,700 courses across the UK & Ireland Courses Locations No results found. Please try another search. The former world No 1 was in pole position to register a first worldwide

Lonely Leishman needs a blinder for shot at $20 million

Marc Leishman had to explain to the locals what a “blinder” was, after declaring he would need one in Atlanta this week to snatch the biggest prize in golf. The genial Aussie had the opposite of a blinder in Illinois, finishing a staggering 34-shots behind eventual winner, Jon Rahm, in the penultimate season event after opening with a horrid 80. Leishman, who played the final two rounds of the BMW

BMW Championship: Jon Rahm nails huge putt to deny Dustin Johnson in Chicago

Jon Rahm holed a sensational 66-foot putt for birdie at the first play-off hole to snatch victory over Dustin Johnson in an engrossing conclusion to the BMW Championship. Final leaderboard BMW Championship Rahm stormed into the clubhouse lead with a stunning, closing 64 at Olympia Fields, comfortably the low round of the week, and he looked certain to claim his fifth PGA Tour title in regulation with Johnson lining up

Tiger 11 over at BMW, out of Tour Championship

Previously worked at Indianapolis Star, covering the Indiana Pacers for nine seasons Also covered Vikings for St. Paul Pioneer Press OLYMPIA FIELDS, Ill. – It was probably fitting that Tiger Woods’ weekend at the BMW Championship and his 2019-20 PGA Tour season came to an end with him struggling on the back nine at Olympia Fields Country Club. Woods wrapped up the final round of the BMW shooting a 1-over

Tiger Woods set to miss out on Tour Championship after poor finish at Olympia Fields

Tiger Woods is almost certain to play his final round of the season on Sunday after his Tour Championship hopes effectively ended on day three in Chicago. Woods needs a top-four finish to make the 30-man field for the PGA Tour season finale at East Lake next week, but he now needs something special to achieve that following a third-round 72 at the BMW Championship. The 44-year-old made a promising

Jon Rahm incurs bizarre penalty after forgetting to mark his ball

Jon Rahm powered into contention for the BMW Championship title after committing a bizarre penalty early in his third round at Olympia Fields. Rahm defied the brutally-tough layout to fire a superb four-under 66 which would have been one better had he not completely lost concentration on the fifth green, where he picked his ball up having forgotten to mark it first. The Spaniard got his third round off to