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Morikawa builds big lead at Muirfield

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DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) Among the lessons Collin Morikawa took away from missing his first cut as a pro was that his reliable cut shot had left him. He found at it Muirfield Village, and it sent him to a three-shot lead going into the weekend at the Workday Charity Open.

Morikawa ran off four straight birdies after making the turn Friday, finished with another birdie after the first of two storm delays and shot 6-under 66.

He was six shots ahead when he finished. He was four shots ahead over Sam Burns when his side of the field finished. And it was down to three after some remarkable play by Justin Thomas (66) and Kevin Streelman (64) in surprisingly strong gusts that followed the storm.

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Woods to return next week at Memorial

DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) The PGA Tour returned five weeks ago with some of its strongest fields. Now it gets its biggest star.

Tiger Woods announced Thursday on Twitter he will play next week at the Memorial, a tournament he has won a record five times, as he goes after his record 83rd career victory on the PGA Tour. Read More...

Jimenez, 56, leads Austrian Open by 2

ATZENBRUGG, Austria (AP) Miguel Angel Jimenez moved into position to break his own record as the oldest winner of a European Tour event when the 56-year-old Spaniard shot 7-under 65 to take the second-round lead in the Austrian Open on Friday.

Jimenez made nine birdies in his first 13 holes, before rebounding from bogeys at Nos. 16 and 17 with a birdie 2 at the last at the Diamond Country Club outside Vienna. Read More...

Recovered players happy to return

DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) Dylan Frittelli says it was hard not to feel like an outcast Thursday at the Workday Charity Open in a group of three players who tested positive for the coronavirus and keep doing so.

But at least he was playing. Read More...

WGC event in Memphis won't have fans

The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:

The plan to have fans at the World Golf Championships event in Memphis has been scrapped. Read More...

Ryder Cup postponed until 2021

Seth Waugh knows how a Ryder Cup is supposed to look and how it should sound.

In his first week as CEO at the PGA of America, Waugh was in the 72-foot high grandstand behind the first tee at Le Golf National outside Paris. Flags were waving. Fans were singing. Players were trying to conceal their nerves. That's what he expects for the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin. Read More...

Koepka among those who have to catch up

The question was perplexing to Brooks Koepka, perhaps because it was missing specific context or because it takes a lot to make him worry. He was asked going into the RBC Heritage at Hilton Head if he felt any sense of urgency.

"Urgency for what?" he replied. Read More...

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