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Liu pulls positives from runner-up finish at Founders

 

Yu Liu came up short in her bid to join Shanshan Feng as the only players from China to win an LPGA title, but her disappointment Sunday came with a dose of hope.

N. Korda projected to become highest-ranked American

 

Nelly Korda didn’t win the Bank of Hope Founders Cup Sunday, but there is a nice consolation prize.

Jin Young Ko rallies to win Founders Cup in exciting finish

 

Jin Young Ko rallied to win the Bank of Hope Founders Cup on Sunday for her third LPGA Tour victory, closing with a 7-under 65 for a one-stroke victory over four players.

Bubba's March Madness: Match Play repeat would be 'miracle'

 

Bubba Watson heads into his title defense at next week’s WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play with a little momentum, but don’t bank on a repeat run through the bracket.

Oosthuizen falls short of giving Valspar another South African winner

 

Louis Oosthuizen nearly became the latest South African major winner to tame the Copperhead Course, but finished T-2 Sunday at the Valspar Championship.

Kokrak still waiting for first PGA Tour win: ‘I just can’t break through’

 

Jason Kokrak is still looking for his first PGA Tour victory after 196 career starts on tour, and he came close yet again on Sunday at the Valspar Championship.

DJ (74) struggled to finish at Valspar: 'I didn't feel like I played bad'

 

Keeping the Copperhead Course at bay for four straight days proved to be too tall of a task, even for world No. 1, Dustin Johnson.

Valspar purse payout: Casey clears $1.2 million

 

Here is the complete FedExCup points and purse breakdown for winner Paul Casey and the rest of the players who made the cut at the 2019 Valspar Championship.

Casey holds on for second straight Valspar victory

 

Paul Casey successfully defended his title Sunday at the Valspar Championship as the Englishman held on for a one-shot victory over Jason Kokrak and Louis Oosthuizen.

Hend wins Maybank Championship in playoff

 

Scott Hend closed with a 5-under 67, had to wait nearly two hours to see if it would be good enough, and then made a 3-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to win the Maybank Championship.

 

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