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KAPALUA, Hawaii — Xander Schauffele already is a footnote in PGA Tour history as the first player to post the lowest score in a stroke-play to…

I’m sure you have noticed how today’s television interviewers attempt to make tournament winners cry by catching them off guard with emotionally charged questions, poignant pauses and even direct statements like, “I noticed you getting a little emotional out there today.” Many modern players understandably fall victim to these ploys.

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Dustin Johnson was winning tournaments not long after he earned his PGA Tour card in 2008. He won his first major championship in 2016. After Johnson crushed the field with the best-ever performance at the Masters, he showed he can be the one dominant golfer in an era when that's hard to do. Johnson grew up in South Carolina, about an hour away from Augusta, dreaming of winning the Masters. He ...

When I read the story in today's (Thursday 3/30) sports section about the great run of South Carolina collegiate athletic teams, I wondered have schools in the same state ever held all three championships in the men's major sports at the same time.

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — These are glorious times for Coastal Carolina. Last week former Chanticleers golfer Dustin Johnson won the U.S. Open. This week the baseball team is playing Arizona with the hope of winning the school's first Division I national championship in any sport. On Friday, Coastal Carolina officially makes the move from the Big South to the Sun Belt Conference.

Dustin Johnson conquered the nation’s toughest golf course, overcame a bizarre rules decision and exorcised demons from major championships past in winning the U.S. Open at Oakmont on Sunday.

FLORENCE, S.C. – Christian Owens lives for the long shot. Once having boomed a 340-yarder during a captain’s-choice match, the Johnsonville High School golfer also made his share of prime shots to earn a golfing scholarship to Erskine College.

AKRON, Ohio — Dustin Johnson is taking a leave of absence from golf to seek help for “personal challenges,” a swift end to his season that will keep him from playing the PGA Championship, the FedEx Cup playoffs and the Ryder Cup.

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