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July 07, 2015Spieth reels in 2 more big ones (The Associated Press)

PGA golfer Jordan Spieth answers questions during a news conference at the John Deere Classic, Tuesday, July 7, 2015, in Silvis, Ill. (Paul Colletti/The Dispatch via AP)

Everything is coming up in pairs for Jordan Spieth, even when he's fishing. Spieth got a tuna and was fighting with it for close to an hour, as small sharks kept approaching to try to get the fish. ''The captain was scaring them off, banging on the boat and on the water,'' Spieth said Tuesday at the John Deere Classic.


July 07, 2015With rhetoric on immigrants, Trump risks teeing off golf industry (Reuters)

Businessman and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets supporters during a back-yard reception in Bedford, New Hampshire, June 30, 2015.  REUTERS/Dominick Reuter

By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Donald Trump's self-styled "fabulous world of golf" faces the possibility of being a lot less fabulous after his disparaging remarks about illegal immigrants. Trump now has 18 courses, with a string of major tournaments lined up at some. For a while, the Golf Channel ran a regular show called "Donald J. Trump's Fabulous World of Golf." He renovated the famous Doral course in Miami and played host there in March to a World Golf Championship tournament in which Rory McIlroy, after an errant shot, slung a 3-iron into a pond.


July 07, 2015Stallings banned three months for doping violation (Reuters)

Feb 20, 2015; Pacific Palisades, CA, USA; Scott Stallings tees off on the second during the second round of the Northern Trust Open at Riviera Country Club. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

(Reuters) - Three-times PGA Tour winner Scott Stallings has been suspended for three months for violating the PGA Tour's anti-doping policy, the tour said on Tuesday. The 30-year-old American, whose most recent victory on tour was at last year's Farmers Insurance Open, turned himself in as soon as he learned of the violation. "I discovered in February 2015 that I had inadvertently taken a supplement for the prior two months that was not permitted by the PGA Tour," Stallings said in a statement released through the tour.


July 07, 2015Beware a motivated Park In-bee at U.S. Women's Open (Reuters)

Jun 14, 2015; Harrison, NY, USA;   Inbee Park at the 11th during the final round of the KPMG Women's PGA Championship at Westchester Country Club - West. Few golfers would describe Park In-bee's languid, truncated swing as

By Larry Fine LANCASTER, Pennsylvania (Reuters) - World number one Park In-bee is usually seen as the player to beat in women's golf majors these days, and now the Korean has extra motivation at this week's U.S. Women's Open. Park, who has won five of the last dozen majors with no other rival notching more than one in that span, is coming off a missed cut and a poor putting week -- two rarities for the 26-year-old South Korean. "I putted really bad two weeks ago, and that definitely gave me somewhat like a wake-up call," Park told reporters on Tuesday.


July 07, 2015Caddie booted from U.S. Women's Open for photos (Reuters)

By Larry Fine LANCASTER, Pennsylvania (Reuters) - World number 10 Kim Sei-young's caddie was booted from the U.S. Women's Open on Tuesday after he was found in the USGA rules office improperly taking photos of course setup documents, officials said. Veteran caddie Paul Fusco was escorted off the property by USGA security at Lancaster Country Club and will not be allowed to caddie for South Korea's Kim at this week's major. "He was in a USGA office taking photos of internal USGA course setup documents and was discovered by a USGA official," spokesperson Christina Lance told Reuters.

July 07, 2015Golf-Caddie booted from U.S. Women's Open for photos (Reuters)

By Larry Fine LANCASTER, Pennsylvania, July 7 (Reuters) - World number 10 Kim Sei-young's caddie was booted from the U.S. Women's Open on Tuesday after he was found in the USGA rules office improperly taking photos of course setup documents, officials said. Veteran caddie Paul Fusco was escorted off the property by USGA security at Lancaster Country Club and will not be allowed to caddie for South Korea's Kim at this week's major. "He was in a USGA office taking photos of internal USGA course setup documents and was discovered by a USGA official," spokesperson Christina Lance told Reuters.

July 07, 2015Rose tells injured McIlroy to keep having fun (Reuters)

Jun 21, 2015; University Place, WA, USA; Rory McIlroy lines up a putt on the 14th green in the final round of the 2015 U.S. Open golf tournament at Chambers Bay. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

By Bernie McGuire GULLANE, Scotland (Reuters) - Justin Rose has told injured Rory McIlroy not to change his off-course lifestyle despite the world number one suffering an ankle injury playing football that could rule him out of next week's British Open. McIlroy has withdrawn from this week's Scottish Open at Gullane, while it remains uncertain whether he will be able to defend his British Open title at St Andrews. Rose revealed he has taken up deep sea diving near his Bahamas residence and advised McIlroy not to change his own off-course activities once he has recovered after rupturing ligaments last weekend playing a social game of football.


July 07, 2015Golf-Rose tells injured McIlroy to keep having fun (Reuters)

By Bernie McGuire GULLANE, Scotland, July 7 (Reuters) - Justin Rose has told injured Rory McIlroy not to change his off-course lifestyle despite the world number one suffering an ankle injury playing football that could rule him out of next week's British Open. McIlroy has withdrawn from this week's Scottish Open at Gullane, while it remains uncertain whether he will be able to defend his British Open title at St Andrews. Rose revealed he has taken up deep sea diving near his Bahamas residence and advised McIlroy not to change his own off-course activities once he has recovered after rupturing ligaments last weekend playing a social game of football.