U.S. Amateur champion Andy Ogletree and runner-up John Augenstein headline the United States’ final seven additions to its Walker Cup team.
Tiger, Phil and Jordan will not be at the Tour Championship this week, but that doesn’t change the bottom line: The winner still gets $15 million.
Doug Barron became the 13th Monday qualifier, and the first since 2012, to win a PGA Tour Champions event on Sunday when he beat Fred Couples by two strokes in the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open.
Neither U.S. team captain and Masters winner Tiger Woods nor U.S. Open champion Gary Woodland qualified for one of the eight automatic spots on the United States team that was determined at the end of the BMW Championship.
Andy Ogletree won the U.S. Amateur on Sunday, rallying to beat John Augenstein 2 and 1. Ogletree was 4 down early in the morning round of the 36-hole final before rallying.
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Justin Thomas wins the BMW Championship and claims the No. 1 seed going into the FedEx Cup finale.
Tiger Woods didn’t qualify for the season-ending Tour Championship on Sunday, but he took solace in the fact that he won his 15th major when he captured the Masters for the fifth time earlier this season.
Thomas Pieters shot a 3-under 69 Sunday to become the first golfer to win the Czech Masters for the second time, beating Adri Arnaus of Spain by one stroke.
Phil Mickelson had a hasty start to the final round of the BMW Championship on Sunday, arriving at Medinah Country Club less than 40 minutes prior to his tee time due to a lightning strike that caused a fire and an evacuation at his hotel.