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KPMG program to beef up LPGA statistics beginning at Women’s PGA

ATLANTA – KPMG has been integral in pushing the women’s game forward. This week, they will take another step toward bringing more equity to golf by launching a statistical program aimed at providing the best female golfers in the world with the same insights used by their male counterparts. “Someone shared with me that the women golfers, […]

New Olympic WDs: Sergio Garcia, Tyrrell Hatton and Louis Oosthuizen

In the past 12 hours, three notable contenders for Olympic Gold have pulled out of the Summer Games in Tokyo. Sergio Garcia, Louis Oosthuizen and Tyrrell Hatton each announced on Twitter that they would not be representing their respective countries in next month’s Olympic golf event, which will be held July 29-Aug. 1 at Kasumigaseki Country Club. […]

With just KPMG Women’s PGA left, U.S. women’s Olympic squad shaping up

ATLANTA – The season’s third major championship, the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, brings with it the added pressure of the Olympic standings being finalized upon the conclusion of play. The week marks the final opportunity for Americans to jockey for one of the four spots on Team USA, which will head to Tokyo for the Summer Olympic Games, beginning […]

This week in golf (June 21-17): TV sked, tee times, info for KPMG Women’s PGA and other tours

Here’s a look at what’s happening on the LPGA and PGA Tour this week, and how you can watch it: LPGA KPMG Women’s PGA Championship Thursday-Sunday, Atlanta Athletic Club (Highlands), Johns Creek, Ga. Course specs: Par 72, 6,831 yards, designed by Robert Trent Jones and Joe Lee, redesigned by Rees Jones (2006) Purse: $4.5 million Defending champion: Sei Young Kim […]

Four Americans headed to Tokyo as Olympic qualifying wraps after U.S. Open

The men’s Olympic teams were set following the U.S. Open, with Justin Thomas, Collin Morikawa, Xander Schauffele and Bryson DeChambeau qualifying for the U.S. team. This will mark four different American players than the ones who competed in the 2016 Games. “I’m so excited. Obviously, it’s a little consolation to not winning here this week, […]

Brooks Koepka ‘not very pleased’ with U.S. Open finish, but ‘guess it could be worse’

Brooks Koepka continued his impressive play in majors at the U.S. Open, but to Koepka’s standards, his play at Torrey Pines wasn’t impressive enough as he finished tied for fourth at 2 under. Shooting a 69 on the final day, two shots better than Round 2 and 3, Koepka shot up in the standings with a bogey-free […]

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