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Australian Open golf postponed due to COVID-19

Golf Australia said the Australian Open tournament will be postponed until at least early 2021.
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Young daughter of PGA Tour pro Villegas dies

Camilo Villegas' daughter, Mia, has died at just 22 months old after cancerous tumors were found in her brain and spine.
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Alfred Dunhill Links Championship postponed

Tournament organizers have decided the event will not go ahead due to safety concerns, with Sept. 30 to Oct. 3 revealed as the dates for the 2021 competition.
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Thompson wins 3M Open, 2nd Tour win in 7 years

Michael Thompson, who entered the week 151st in the FedEx Cup standings, won the 3M Open by two strokes on Sunday.
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Werenski, Thompson tied for 3M lead after Sat.

Richy Werenski birdied three of the last four holes Saturday to erase a four-stroke deficit and catch Michael Thompson for the 3M Open lead.
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Paratore wins British Masters title by 3 strokes

Italy's Renato Paratore maintained remarkable consistency to win the British Masters by three strokes, retaining his overnight lead and finishing at 18-under overall at Close House in Northumberland.
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Travel restrictions lifted for international golfers

International players on the PGA Tour may compete in events in the United States without delay, according to a memo which said the White House had lifted various quarantine rules in place due to the pandemic for "players, caddies and essential personnel."
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Thompson, Werenski share 3M lead at 12 under

Michael Thompson and Richy Werenski topped the 3M Open leaderboard going onto the weekend, Tony Finau and Talor Gooch climbed to within a stroke, and stars Brooks Koepka and Tommy Fleetwood struggled again Friday.
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Paratore takes the lead into British Masters final

Italy's Renato Paratore extended his bogey-free run to 56 holes to retain a one-shot advantage after the third round of the British Masters at Close House in Northumberland.
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Tiger opts to skip WGC-St. Jude event next week

Tiger Woods, who tied for 40th at the Memorial Tournament last week, will skip the World Golf Championship event next week in Memphis, Tennessee.
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Werenski takes 1-shot lead at 3M thanks to 63

Richy Werenski broke a tie with Michael Thompson with his ninth and last birdie on a warm, windy afternoon at the 3M Open, which he leads after the opening round thanks to a 63.
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Watney 'feeling great,' shoots 66 after quarantine

Nick Watney, who tested positive for the coronavirus on June 19, shot 66 to share the first-round lead at TPC-Twin Cities in Blaine, Minnesota.It is the first time he shot in the 60s since March.
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Finau opens strong again, but with new caddie

Tony Finau has split with longtime caddie Greg Bodine. "On a personal level I love the guy and on a business level, I felt it was time for a change in my situation and something just different," he said.
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Paratore claims halfway lead at British Masters

Italy's Renato Paratore produced a fine round of five-under-par 66 to lead at the halfway stage of the British Masters at Close House on Thursday as host Lee Westwood battled to make the cut.
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D. Johnson withdraws from 3M after opening 78

Dustin Johnson withdrew following an opening-round 78 at the 3M Open on Thursday, citing a back injury.
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Leaderboard: What's happening at the 3M Open

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PGA Tour to expand event access next week

The PGA Tour will begin to expand access to tournament events, beginning with next week's WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.
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Wie West to be assistant captain for Solheim Cup

New mom Michelle Wie West has been appointed to be one of Pat Hurst's assistant captains for Team USA at the Solheim Cup next year in Ohio.
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PGA Tour: Murray had lone positive test of week

The PGA Tour said Grayson Murray was the only player to test positive for the coronavirus ahead of the 3M Championship.
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PGA weighing policy on positives minus symptoms

The PGA of America still is deciding how it will handle instances of a player in the field testing positive for COVID-19 despite being 10 days removed from the onset of symptoms.
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