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Snedeker leads by 1 at suspended Wyndham

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GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) Brandt Snedeker took a one-stroke lead into the final round of the weather-delayed Wyndham Championship after finishing the third round Sunday with a 2-under 68.

Snedeker was at 16-under 194 through three rounds of the final PGA Tour event of the regular season. Brian Gay and David Hearn were at 15 under, with Gay shooting a 62 and Hearn a 64.

Thirty players were on the course Saturday when play was suspended because of severe weather. After a delay of 3 hours, 23 minutes, organizers chose to hold things up until Sunday morning.

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Waring wins Nordea Masters in playoff

MOLNDAL, Sweden (AP) Paul Waring of England captured his first European Tour title at the 200th attempt by beating Thomas Aiken in a playoff to win the Nordea Masters on Sunday.

Waring parred the first playoff hole - the par-5 18th - after Aiken sent his tee shot into the water. Read More...

Salas shoots 64 for 2-shot lead in Indy

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Lizette Salas waited patiently for Sung Hyun Park to make a rare mistake Saturday.

When the South Korean mishit her approach shot into the water on the par-4 16th, Salas capitalized quickly. Read More...

Bradley up by 2 strokes at Dick's Open

ENDICOTT, N.Y. (AP) Michael Bradley shot a 4-under 68 on Saturday to take a two-stroke lead into the final round of the PGA Tour Champions' Dick's Sporting Goods Open.

The 52-year-old Bradley had five birdies and a bogey in the rain-delayed round to reach 11-under 133 at En-Joie Golf Club. Read More...

Hovland, Bling reach US Amateur final

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) Norway's Viktor Hovland had such an easy time in the quarterfinals and round of 16 at the U.S. Amateur that he didn't even need to play the 13th hole.

When he got pushed a bit in the semifinals, Hovland responded. Read More...

US Ryder Cup spots unchanged after PGA

ST. LOUIS (AP) The upside to Jim Furyk finishing so early at the PGA Championship was being able to watch the final round on television, partly as a player but mostly as the Ryder Cup captain.

And that meant seeing plenty of Tiger Woods. Read More...

Koepka wins PGA, Woods second after 64

ST. LOUIS (AP) The roars were unlike anything Brooks Koepka had ever heard, and he knew exactly what they meant.

They got louder for each birdie by Tiger Woods that moved him closer to the lead Sunday in the PGA Championship, and Koepka could hear a ripple effect of noise. First, real time. Seconds later, another burst from patrons watching on TV in chalets. Then, distant cheers from every corner of Bellerive when the score was posted. Read More...

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