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Lee Elder Makes USGA History as Bob Jones Award Recipient; first African-American to receive USGA honour

The USGA will honor Lee Elder with its highest honor, the Bob Jones Award, in a ceremony on June 12, 2019, during the week of the 119th U.S. Open Championship at Pebble Beach Golf Links. Elder is the first African American to receive the prestigious award

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Lahiri drops to Tied-64; as Johnson dislodges Day to become World No. 1

Dustin Johnson produced a world-class performance to not only win the tournament but also rise to World No. 1 at Riviera, while Anirban Lahiri slips with a rough score line on Sunday, writes V Krishnaswamy

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Dustin in familiar pole position, but shares lead with Matsuyama and Chappell

Defending champion Spieth shot 68 as did McIlroy as World No. 1 Jason Day lies second with Si Woo Kim and Kevin Kisner

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Dustin may be the man to beat, but there are too many contenders

The stats guys at the PGA office, who always seem to be working overtime, reveal that any of the players in the field of 30 have a mathematical chance of winning the Tour Championships and the FedExCup, but obviously they would need some help from the others

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World No. 1 Jason Day justifies billing, wins PLAYERS

Jason Day continued to show why heís World Number 1, going wire-to-wire to clinch THE PLAYERS Championship and his 10th PGA TOUR victory

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Tiger's return - Wells Fargo or the PLAYERS or the Memorial or all of them?

Tiger attended the Champions Dinner at Augusta earlier this month, but on Thursday he was seen hitting a driver in public for the first time since August last year, fuelling speculation of his return to competitive golf, writes V KRISHNASWAMY

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Lahiri holds on for T-33 finish at Phoenix Open, Matsuyama wins play-off

Lahiri who started the week with a five-under 67 to lie one shot off the leaders ended T-33 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open

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Anirban Lahiri becomes first Indian to qualify for Presidentís Cup team

Anirban Lahiri added another feather to his cap by becoming the first Indian to qualify for the prestigious Presidentís Cup on Monday, writes V Krishnaswamy

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Lahiri finishes fifth, scripts new chapter in Indian golf history

Anirban Lahiri scripted a new page in Indian golf history by becoming the first Indian to finish in Top-5 of a Major championships, writes V KRISHNASWAMY as Jason Day won the PGA Championships and Jordan Spieth climbed to World No. 1 position

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Lahiri sets a string of records, in line for more in final round at PGA

Lahiri is in line to become the first Indian to play for the International Team at the Presidentís Cup, an event held every two years between United States and Rest of the World (minus Europe)

 
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