Sergio Garcia will play Australian PGA
The Masters champion has announced he will play in Australia for the first time since 2010.
Quick 9: Open triumph heals Spieth's Masters wounds
Jordan Spieth's third major title didn't come without drama, and now he's in a duel with Rory McIlroy to earn a career Grand Slam.
Ramsay: Perseverance is key in Hamburg.
Golfer Richie Ramsay believes perseverance will be key if he is going to win this week's European Open in Hamburg.
Willett considering surgery for back woes
Danny Willett would consider surgery to solve his ongoing injury problems after another disappointing performance in the Open Championship.
Kaymer: Spieth winning The Open was inspirational.
Martin Kaymer has described Jordan Spieth's comeback at The Open as inspirational and feels he can now win the grand slam.
Bjorn hails 'special' Spieth as the best in the world.
Europe's Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn believes Jordan Spieth is a special talent and proved it by winning The Open.
Is Spieth the best putter in golfing history?
Nine-time major winner Gary Player believes Jordan Spieth has the best putting game he has ever seen.
Day hoping to escape career rut.
Jason Day struggled for consistency during The Open, finishing one over and tied for 27th but is hoping his form will soon return.
Collins impressed by Spieth's 'resolve.'
Michael Collins explains why he was impressed with Jordan Spieth's finish on the 13th hole of The Open, which nearly took a half hour to play.
Spieth said nerves calmed after losing lead.
Jordan Spieth speaks with Michael Collins and credits his previous experience in majors in overcoming losing the lead on Sunday to win The Open.
Spieth turns the tables, wins Open in a classic
How in the world did Jordan Spieth go from a 1-shot deficit with five holes left to a 3-shot victory and claim the Claret Jug? The 23-year-old produced one of the most memorable finishes The Open has seen in its illustrious history.
Murray holds on at Barbasol for first title
After holing a 5-foot par putt on the final hole, rookie Grayson Murray won the Barbasol Championship on Sunday for his first PGA Tour title.
Round 4 Open grades -- Spieth not the only A at Birkdale
The final round of The Open provided plenty of surprises. So now that the third major of the year in the rearview mirror, who gets top marks from Royal Birkdale?
Strong Open finish pays big dividends for China's Haotong Li
In just his second major, China's Haotong Li tied what had been -- until Saturday -- the lowest round recorded in a major. His consolation prize was a spot in the Masters.
Spieth's intangibles are beyond comparison
He's not Seve or Phil or Tom or Tiger or Jack. He's Jordan Spieth -- and he has something that even his peers marvel at. Call it the "it" factor.
Spieth on cusp of doing something special.
Bob Harig explains why Jordan Spieth, who holds a 3-shot lead, is in a good position at the British Open to walk away with the major.
ICYMI -- Pettersen makes his mark
Royal Birkdale's assistant pro Gregg Pettersen stepped into the breach as marker for Shaun Norris, while Rickie Fowler, Tommy Fleetwood and Matthew Southgate wowed the crowds in their own special ways.
Spieth getting accustomed to front-runner role
Jordan Spieth is only 23 years old, but he has plenty of experience holding the 54-hole lead at a major championship. Will his 3-shot lead yield a third major title with 18 holes to play at The Open?
Disappointed McIlroy left hoping for bad weather
Rory McIlroy's roller-coaster Open Championship continued Saturday as a great early start faded to leave him nine shots off the lead and relying on bad weather and the misfortune of others in the final round at Royal Birkdale.
W2W4: Can anyone catch Spieth?
Two-time major winner Jordan Spieth leads by 3 shots heading into the final round of The Open. Our experts share mixed opinions about whether anyone might supplant him on top of the leaderboard come Sunday night.
Caddie Confidential: Recalibrating at Birkdale
The Open is often about defensive golf, considering the weather. Saturday at Royal Birkdale, though, our anonymous caddie said it was quite the opposite.
Grace's place in history secure after 62
Branden Grace knows no one can take away his place in the history books -- he scored the first 62 in a major -- even if it ends up being only a short stint.
Grace's caddie kept round low-key.
Michael Collins joins SportsCenter to provide background on Branden Grace's record round at The Open.
Grace was unaware of record day.
Michael Collins recounts his conversation with Branden Grace, who admitted that he didn't know he was the first golfer to shoot 62 in a major round.
Major history: Grace cards 62 for lowest round
Branden Grace became the first golfer to shoot 62 in a major, carding eight birdies -- and no bogeys -- during the third round of The Open on Saturday.
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