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Rory, please withdraw from the Open Championship (1:42)
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Impact of Rory's injury on his game (2:07)
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Timetable for McIlroy's return (1:36)
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McIlroy ruptures ligament in ankle (2:23)
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McIlroy ruptures ankle ligaments

World No.1 unlikely to defend his Open Championship title at St Andrews and could be out for several months.

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Four more Open spots handed out at Greenbrier

David Hearn didn't win the Greenbrier Classic playoff, but he did come away with a spot in the upcoming 144th Open Championship -- as did six other golfers Sunday.

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Tiger confident after final round at Greenbrier (0:40)
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Allen wins first LET title at European Masters

America's Beth Allen won her first Ladies European Tour title in the ISPS Handa European Masters after Irish amateur Leona Maguire threatened to pull off a famous victory.

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Tiger encouraged by final round at Greenbrier

Tiger Woods didn't leave the Greenbrier Classic with his first trophy in nearly two years, but he did leave Sunday with renewed confidence, and increased momentum toward the year's third major.

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Wiesberger wins Open de France

Austrian claims third European tour title after impressive final round of 65 amid blustery conditions in Paris.

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Golf whiffs at opportunity to distance itself from Trump (1:12)
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Tiger let down by putter during 71 at Greenbrier

Tiger Woods struggled to a 1-over 71 during Saturday's third round of The Greenbrier Classic, due in part to inconsistent driving off the tee and a putter that was consistently cold.

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McDowell needs to 'clear his mind' after 78

Former U.S. Open champion fails to recover from early start as second-round 78 leaves hat-trick bid at Open de France in tatters.

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Watson on painting car: 'The flag offends people'

Saying he didn't want to offend people, Bubba Watson on Friday elaborated on the rationale behind his decision to paint an American flag over the Confederate flag on the General Lee.

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Bubba Watson changes 'Dukes of Hazzard' car (1:47)

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