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Remaining PGA Tour events won't have fans

The remaining PGA Tour events on the 2019-20 season will be contested without specators.
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What you missed this weekend: Mahomes' pine cone, Burrow's street and chugging beers in the bubble

Patrick Mahomes goes golfing while life in the NBA bubble gets interesting. Plus we see what's up with Don Mattingly. Here's what you might have missed from the past few days.
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Ex-tennis pro Fish wins American Century crown

Former tennis pro Mardy Fish, who now captains the U.S. Davis Cup team, held off former Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams to win the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament on Sunday.
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Morikawa outlasts Thomas in playoff for victory

Collin Morikawa rallied to reach a playoff then outlasted Justin Thomas once there to win the Workday Charity Open.
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Marc Warren wins European Tour return event in Austria

Carrying his own bag, Marc Warren closed with a 2-under 70 on Sunday for a one-shot victory at the Austrian Open, the first European Tour event since the coronavirus pandemic shut down the tour in March.
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Thomas turns deficit into 2-shot lead at Muirfield

Justin Thomas kept another clean card at Muirfield Village and had a 6-under 66 to turn a three-shot deficit into a two-shot lead on Saturday in the Workday Charity Open.
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Ex-tennis pro Fish holds lead at American Century

Former tennis player Mardy Fish birdied the final five holes Saturday to take a three-point lead over former Buffalo defensive tackle Kyle Williams in the American Century Championship. Fish had a 37-point round for a two-day points total of 55.
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Warren, Von Dellingshausen share lead in Austria

Nicolai von Dellingshausen and Marc Warren shared the lead after a rain-drenched third round of the Austrian Open.
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Morikawa leads Workday; Koepka, Rose miss cut

Collin Morikawa finished the delayed second round of the Workday Charity Open with a three-shot lead, while Brooks Koepka and Justin Rose were among those to miss the cut.
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Leaderboard: What's happening at the Workday Charity Open

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Morikawa builds big lead at Muirfield before rain

Collin Morikawa made nine birdies Friday for a 66 and had a six-shot lead among those who finished the second round at the Workday Charity Open.
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Jimenez takes second-round lead at Austrian Open

Miguel Angel Jimenez shot 7-under 65 to take the second-round lead in the Austrian Open on Friday.
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Morikawa leads by 1 after first round at Muirfield

Collin Morikawa bounced back from his first missed cut with a 7-under 65 on Thursday for a 1-stroke lead over Adam Hadwin at the Workday Charity Open.
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Frittelli happy to be playing despite positive test

The PGA Tour's Dylan Frittelli says it was hard not to feel like an outcast Thursday but said playing despite a positive coronavirus test was still fun.
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Luiten leads in Austria as European Tour resumes

The European Tour restarted Thursday after a four-month break because of the coronavirus outbreak with the first round of the Austrian Open, where former winner Joost Luiten shot a 7-under 65 to take a one-stroke lead.
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WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational opts for no fans

The FedEx St. Jude Invitational has scrapped its initial plan and will not allow fans to attend the tournament slated for late July.
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Romo favored at celebrity golf tournament

Tony Romo, the two-time defending champion, is the betting favorite at this week's American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament, but John Smoltz is attracting the most money at some sportsbooks
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Tiger to return to action next week at Memorial

Tiger Woods, who hasn't played an official event since finishing last among those who made the cut at the Genesis Invitational, will return to the PGA Tour next week at the Memorial Tournament.
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PGA Tour clarifies virus policy on return to play

The PGA Tour announced a clarification that will allow players and caddies who have tested positive for the coronavirus to return to work after 10 days, even if they continue to test positive, provided that certain qualifications are met.
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Quiet, please? Why a fan-less Ryder Cup never made any sense

A silent Ryder Cup just wouldn't work. The players wanted no part of it, either, and have been saying so for months. Waiting a year and hoping the gates will be open again in 2021 was the only choice.
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