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Tour Tracker: The Barclays, second round

The first leg of the 2014 FedEx Cup Playoffs continues Friday at Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, N.J. Bo Van Pelt, 104th in the FedEx Cup standings, grabbed the lead with a first-round 6-under 65 at The Barclays Thursday.

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Tracker: Van Pelt (65) leads at The Barclays

The first leg of the 2014 FedEx Cup Playoffs began Thursday at Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, N.J. And it was Bo Van Pelt, 104th in the FedEx Cup standings, grabbing the lead with a first-round 6-under 65 at The Barclays.

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Mickelson's Tour Championship streak at risk

Phil Mickelson and two others have a chance to maintain perfect attendance at the Tour Championship since the debut of the FedEx Cup -- while four of last year's finalists are out of the playoffs.

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Yang captures unlikely U.S. Amateur title

Gunn Yang was unflappable in holding off Corey Conners to win the 2014 U.S. Amateur title Sunday, overcoming a long weather delay for a 2-and-1 triumph at Atlanta Athletic Club.

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Tracker: Park tops Lincicome in playoff for Wegmans LPGA

Searching for her second career major title and first LPGA victory since 2011, Brittany Lincicome takes a one-shot lead over Inbee Park and Suzann Pettersen into the final round of the Wegmans LPGA Championship.

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5 Things: Nick Watney takes Wyndham lead

The Wyndham Championship's third round began with 15 players within two shots up top and ended with 13 players within four shots of the lead, including leader Nick Watney at 14 under.

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Sutherland cards Champions Tour's first 59

Kevin Sutherland recorded the first sub-60 score on the Champions Tour, carding a 13-under 59 Saturday at the Dick's Sporting Goods Open.

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Tracker: Lincicome leads Thompson, Park by 3

Lexi Thompson failed to hold onto her lead Friday at the Wegmans LPGA Championship, carding an even-par 72 to remain at 6 under. She now trails the new leader, Brittany Lincicome, by three shots.

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McCarthy lands quarterfinals spot at U.S. Am

Denny McCarthy fell behind early in his Round-of-16 match to Eli Cole, but on Atlanta Athletic Club's most demanding holes, McCarthy rose to the occasion and won his match, 1 up.

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Smith advances to U.S. Am quarters for first time

Nathan Smith continued his run through the U.S. Amateur on Thursday afternoon, knocking off Byron Meth in 21 holes to move into the quarterfinals for the first time.

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Tracker: Thompson shares Wegmans LPGA lead

Lexi Thompson and Mo Martin will shoot for second major titles this week as the first round of the Wegmans LPGA Championship gets underway -- follow the highlights right here!

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Creamer is Forbes' 10th highest-paid female athlete

Paula Creamer came in at No. 10 on Forbes' list of the world's highest-paid female athletes with $5.5 million in earnings between June 2013 and June 2014.

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Miceli: In stepping aside, Woods steps up

When Tiger Woods pulled his name from consideration for the 2014 U.S. Ryder Cup team, it clearly had to be a difficult decision for the injured 14-time major winner based on his recent comments.

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Smith outlasts top seed to advance at U.S. Am

36-year-old mid-amateur Nathan Smith outlasted the top-seeded Lee McCoy in 19 holes to advance to the Round of 32 at the U.S. Amateur.

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Smith, three others get through U.S. Amateur playoff

Nathan Smith, one of three mid-amateurs remaining in the field, joins Garrett Rank, Zach Healy and Jesse Heinly in advancing to match play after surviving a 17-for-4 playoff Wednesday morning at the U.S. Amateur.

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Notes: Fowler's major run; G-Mac's next gig; more

This year, Rickie Fowler not only had the lowest score in the majors despite not winning one, he did something Tiger Woods never did; Graeme McDowell's about to become a dad; plus more PGA Tour news

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McGovern revisits PGA Championship, just for week

In 2008, Jim McGovern regained his PGA Tour card at age 43 -- but not his enthusiasm for the gig. Two years later he found a club-pro job in his home state of New Jersey and has loved it since.

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McCoy, Moore share medalist honors at U.S. Am

Georgia's Lee McCoy and Arkansas' Taylor Moore shared stroke-play medalist honors Tuesday at the U.S. Amateur, clearing the field by three shots as the tournament gears up for match play.

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Showing maturation, Moore co-medals at U.S. Amateur

Taylor Moore, devoid of a collegiate victory since a standout junior career, is showing maturation after co-medaling at the U.S. Amateur on Tuesday, and did it with his dad on his bag.

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McIlroy claims 2nd straight major at PGA

Rory McIlroy lost the PGA Championship lead for some time Sunday, but fought back past Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler and Henrik Stenson to win at Valhalla for his second straight major title.

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PHOTOS: Wyndham Championship, PGA Tour, final round

The final chance for a win before the FedExCup playoffs begin is at stake in Sunday's final round of the 2013 Wyndham Championship – while others jockey for position in the points standings. See photos from the final round here.

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Beyond the course: LPGA's Paula Creamer

If you follow Paula Creamer on Twitter, chances are you've heard all about her road companion, Studley. This puppy might love photo shoots are much as his owner! Creamer is currently ranked No. 12 in the Rolex Women's Golf Rankings, making 22 of 23 cuts in 2012 while earning a shade over $800,000 for the season. She had three top-5 finishes on the year.

Beyond the course: LPGA's Morgan Pressel

If Morgan Pressel doesn't have a club in her hand, chances are she's reaching for a camera. Pressel's love of photography started early, and her gear rivals that of some professionals. Pressel is currently ranked No. 38 in the Rolex Women's Golf Rankings and has made more than $4.6 million in her career, which started in 2006. Her best finish in 2012 was third place at the Sybase Match Play Championship.

Golfweek Trivia Challenge presented by The Concession Golf Club: Question #1

The Golfweek Trivia Challenge presented by The Concession Golf Club is providing Golfweek readers with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to win two tickets to the 2012 Ryder Cup matches. Test your knowledge at the website below for your chance to experience a week at the Ryder Cup at Medinah, have breakfast with your favorite Golfweek writers and other great prizes!

Off Campus: NCAA Men’s Percentage Game

Lance Ringler and Asher Wildman play the percentage game at the 2011 NCAA Men's Championship at Karsten Creek. What are the chances Oklahoma State have of winning it all? What about a Cowboy winning medalist honors? How about Augusta State repeating?

Make Me Over – Golfweek style (Ep. 6)

Being colorful can sometimes work against you. So can wearing a sweater vest in 85-degree weather! Golfweek fashion editor Ashleigh Korzack found someone sweating at the chance of another makeover.

Will Matt Hill repeat as NCAA champ?

Matt Hill, 2009 NCAA champion, returns to North Carolina State with a chance to not only repeat as the national champ, but as inspiration to get his team to the Big Dance, too.

Off Campus: Dual Threat?

Duke squeaked back past UCLA for the top spot in the women’s Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings after the Bruins placed third at the PING/ASU Invitational. This marks the second time each school has held the top spot this spring. The big mover this week is Southern California. The Trojans remain No. 3, but have closed the gap after a victory at the PING/ASU Invitational. The Trojans finished at 11 under, 12 shots better than the host Sun Devils and 22 shots better than UCLA. Can it be? More than one or two, or dare I say three or four teams have a legitimate chance at winning the women’s NCAA title this year? I think so. - Lance

Off Campus: Inside the NCAA

Duke squeaked back past UCLA for the top spot in the women’s Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings after the Bruins placed third at the PING/ASU Invitational. This marks the second time each school has held the top spot this spring. The big mover this week is Southern California. The Trojans remain No. 3, but have closed the gap after a victory at the PING/ASU Invitational. The Trojans finished at 11 under, 12 shots better than the host Sun Devils and 22 shots better than UCLA. Can it be? More than one or two, or dare I say three or four teams have a legitimate chance at winning the women’s NCAA title this year? I think so. - Lance

Off Campus: A Fresh Start

Attention coaches: If you are looking for an event to play in next spring, you may want to phone the folks at San Diego State to inquire about participation in the 2009 Barona Collegiate Cup. I have been to many, many college tournaments in the past decade and as far as convenience - I can’t remember one being better. Everything you could possibly need is on property. Not to mention the golf course, which is very good (played host to last year’s Nationwide Tour Championship). Word has it they may increase the field, which is a must in the .500 Rule era, and possibly play an 18-18-18 format instead of the 36-18. The involvement of school alumni or boosters is a prerequisite – although it may not be required. All you have to do is bring a few boosters along and you can get everything paid for and maybe get some coin sent back your way. And it’s a good deal for the boosters – they get to play in a college am and take part in a blackjack or maybe even a poker tournament against other school supporters with a chance to win big dollars. The only part I missed was the limousine ride to and from the airport. Sign me up for next year! – Lance

Major Moments 2007: PGA Championship

Moving day comes with Tiger on top by a deuce. Statistically, does anyone stand a chance? Jeff Rude and Jeff Babineau give the low-down on the rest of the weekend.