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Day still expecting to play in Masters

AVONDALE, La. (AP) PGA Tour star Jason Day expects to arrive in Augusta, Georgia, on Friday to start practicing for the Masters, but said he could pull still out of the season's first major, depending on his mother's prognosis following surgery for lung cancer last week.

"Obviously, I'm still nervous because we're still waiting to see ... if it has spread or not," said Day, who spoke Monday on a video conference set up by organizers of the PGA Tour's Zurich Classic in late April. "From there, we have to kind of come up with a game plan whether to go chemo - a form of chemo radiation - or something else. Read More...

Johnson scores big with short clubs

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Just over a year ago, Dustin Johnson headed to the range at Riviera in the rain to begin work on his wedges, the one area of his game that has contributed the most to his No. 1 ranking.

He talks all the time about the improvement with his short clubs. He also showed at Austin Country Club how much he trusts them. Read More...

Johnson making toughest tests look easy

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Even for a player of Dustin Johnson's immense ability, the Dell Technologies Match Play was always going to be the toughest for him to capture all four of the World Golf Championships.

Somehow, he made it look easy. Read More...

Johnson wins Match Play for WGC sweep

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) The final day lasted longer than Dustin Johnson wanted. The outcome was what everyone expected.

Johnson, a golfing machine with no discernible weakness and hardly any pulse, won the Dell Technologies Match Play on Sunday for his third straight victory, this one making him the first person to sweep the four World Golf Championships. Read More...

Points wins Puerto Rico for third title

RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico (AP) D.A. Points was never better at the start, and good enough at the end.

Points opened the final round of the Puerto Rico Open with five straight birdies, and then overcame a rugged stretch by saving pars and piling up enough birdies for a 6-under 66 on Sunday and a two-shot victory. Read More...

Mirim Lee wins Kia Classic at 20-under

CARLSBAD, Calif. (AP) Mirim Lee took the lead into the final round of the Kia Classic two years ago and was overhauled by Cristie Kerr, who won with a tournament record of 20-under.

Lee had the 54-hole lead again this year, and she wasn't about to let anyone catch her. Read More...

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