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Spieth plays into mix at Baltusrol

SPRINGFIELD, N.J. (AP) Jordan Spieth warmed up on the range, rode the side streets in a van to get to the 10th tee and was ready to go Friday in the PGA Championship when he had to stand around for nearly an hour because of a rain delay.

No matter. He still came out firing. Read More...

PGA apologizes for wrong pin location

SPRINGFIELD, N.J. (AP) The cup was in the wrong place and it was too late for the PGA of America to change it.

The location sheet for Friday's second round of the PGA Championship, which is provided to players to let them know where the pins will be that day, said the hole on No. 10 was on the left side of the green. Somehow it was actually on the right side, and the error wasn't caught until the first group of the day off No. 10 had already hit their second shots into the green. Read More...

Kaymer using Rio as inspiration at PGA

SPRINGFIELD, N.J. (AP) The chance to compete at the Olympics can't come soon enough for Martin Kaymer.

While the top four players in the world and 21 men overall will not be part of the Rio Games, the 31-year-old German has been thinking about it all summer. Read More...

Reed moves into contention with 65

SPRINGFIELD, N.J. (AP) The question stumped Patrick Reed and he asked for it to be repeated.

Or maybe he was simply stunned that after shooting a second-round 65 to move into contention Friday at the PGA Championship, someone was asking him about his cockiness. Read More...

Mirim Lee up 1 at Women's British Open

WOBURN, England (AP) Mirim Lee followed her opening 10-under 62 with a 71 on Friday in the Women's British Open, leaving her a stroke ahead entering the weekend at tree-lined Woburn Golf Club.

A day after matching the tournament record and falling a stroke short of the major championship mark, the 25-year-old South Korean player had three birdies and two bogeys to reach 11-under 133. Read More...

Jaeger follows record 58 with a solid 65

HAYWARD, Calif. (AP) Stephan Jaeger backed up his record 12-under 58 with a 65 on Friday, giving him a five-stroke lead halfway through the Web.com Tour's Ellie Mae Classic.

The 27-year-old German player matched the lowest score ever on a substantial tour Thursday with the 58. Japan's Ryo Ishikawa also shot a 12-under 58 to win the 2010 Crowns on the Japan Tour. Jaeger broke the Web.com Tour record of 59, and set another tour record Friday with his 17-under 123 total. Read More...

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