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CJ Cup moving from Las Vegas to South Carolina

The CJ Cup is on the move again in America, this year shifting across the country from Las Vegas to South Carolina.

Koepka: Didn't talk LIV move until after U.S. Open

Brooks Koepka said ahead of his first LIV Golf tournament that he didn't agree to join the series until after he played in the U.S. Open, and that a simple change of opinion, coupled with more time to physically recover, led to the move.

Deal ups PGA Tour cards to 10 Euro tour golfers

As part of an extended partnership between the PGA Tour and European tour through 2035, the leading 10 players from the European tour will get PGA Tour cards. Also returning will be a direct path to the PGA Tour through Q-school.

Wolff departs for LIV Golf; Chacarra, C. Ortiz too

Matthew Wolff, among the most popular young players on the PGA Tour, is departing for the LIV Golf Invitational Series. Eugenio Chacarra and Carlos Ortiz will join LIV, too.

Harrington holds off Stricker to take Senior Open

Padraig Harrington holed a 30-foot birdie putt on the 15th right when the last of his five-shot lead was about to vanish, and he closed with three tough pars for a 1-over 72 to hold off Steve Stricker and win the U.S. Senior Open on Sunday.

Schauffele marks anniversary with Travelers win

Xander Schauffele celebrated his one-year wedding anniversary Sunday with a dramatic victory in the Travelers Championship.

Chun rallies past Thompson, wins Women's PGA

In Gee Chun rallied after losing the rest of her once-sizable lead, overcoming a bogey-filled front nine to win the Women's PGA Championship on Sunday.

Sportsbooks, states taking varying approaches to betting on LIV tournaments

As the LIV golf tour makes its debut in the United States, sportsbooks in various states have had different approaches to allowing betting action on events.

ESPYS 2022 -- Best Athlete, Men's Golf

Does Scottie Scheffler, Cameron Smith, Justin Thomas or Jon Rahm get your vote for the 2022 ESPYS?

Officials in Oregon oppose upcoming LIV event

Saudi Arabia-backed LIV Golf is getting a chilly reception in Oregon, its first stop in the United States, and there are concerns that the event could bring protests to North Plains, a town of just 3,400 people.

Harrington still 'tearing it up' at U.S. Senior Open

Padraig Harrington put himself on the verge of a U.S. Senior Open championship when his dominant 5-under 66 enabled him to open a 5-shot lead going into the final round in Pennsylvania.

Cantlay closes on Schauffele, 1 back at Travelers

Xander Schauffele saw his 5-shot lead at the Travelers Championship shrink to 1 on Saturday after Patrick Cantlay shot a bogey-free 63 that was the best of the day.

Chun sees lead shrink to 3 at Women's PGA

In Gee Chun shot a 3-over 75 on Saturday to take a 3-stroke lead into the final round of the Women's PGA Championship.

Li bounces back to win BMW International

Less than a year after he nearly retired from golf, Li Haotong achieved his third career European tour win and first since 2018 at the BMW International Open on Sunday.

Li Haotong holds 3-shot lead at BMW Open

Li Haotong recorded an eagle on the same hole for the third consecutive day to open 3-shot lead at the BMW International Open.