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Wild-card hopefuls have Ryder Cup in their hands

With the U.S. Ryder Cup team's automatic selections now decided, those hoping to force their way to Hazeltine as a captain's pick know they need to do just one thing -- play better golf.

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Love to take advice from automatic U.S. picks

Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III will turn to his eight automatic qualifiers for advice on his wild cards as the United States seek to avoid a fourth straight defeat.

After 20 years, can Tiger reclaim spot among golf's elite? (1:57)
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Jutanugarn wins in Canada for 5th LPGA Tour title

Nine days after withdrawing from the Rio Games because of a knee injury, Ariya Jutanugarn ran away with the Canadian Pacific Women's Open on Sunday for her fifth LPGA Tour victory of the year.

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Who are the best caddies in golf?

We asked today's caddies for some of golf's top players that question and got some interesting and entertaining responses. Michael Collins ranks the cream of the crop.

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Pieters takes 3rd European title with Denmark win

Thomas Pieters improved his chances of earning a captain's pick for the Ryder Cup by winning the Made in Denmark tournament on Sunday to claim his third European title.

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Wyndham Championship leaderboard

Si Woo Kim, 21, claimed his first PGA Tour victory at the Wyndham Championship. Get the full list of scores and payouts.

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Europe's Ryder Cup team: Who are they?

ESPN runs through the nine European golfers confirmed for the 2016 Ryder Cup and ponder which three players could join them at Hazeltine.

Park shines at Rio Olympics (1:03)


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And so ends the 2016 World Caddie Matches. Dominating win by the U.S. team over the International Team 26-7.

Love sets out his Ryder Cup selection plans

USA captain Davis Love III outlines his plan for selecting the final players for the Ryder Cup team.


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It takes a strong "caddie" to quietly take this kind of abuse when the "player" dishes it out. Poor PGA Tour pro Paul Casey taking abuse from his caddie John McClaren!


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What a rollercoaster on Armstrong. After dropping the opener 6-2 to Mertens, No.3 seed Muguruza completely dominates the 2nd 6-0. #USOpen

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Jay Haas Jr., "My dad had these belt buckles made for me and Bill (PGA Tour Pro) for the President's Cup. I never got to wear mine... Until today!" Brother Bill fired him before the Presidents Cup!! Yes, they can laugh now about it.

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Charlie Hoffman supporting his caddie Brett Waldman who makes the turn 4up in his match. How about the flip flops and of course the CaddyShack t-shirt!!!

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Gold medal winning caddie Mark Fulcher(left) playing with silver medal winning caddie Gareth Lord(right) ready to play in the final matches of the afternoon for the International Team.

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In the morning scotch foursomes the U.S. Caddies defeated the International Caddies 9 1/2 to 1 1/2. The afternoon singles matches are now underway!

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Role Reversal- What happens when the PGA Tour pro has to loop for his caddie?! The 1st Annual World Caddie Matches by Beckmen Law is happening right now at the Mohegan Sun Golf Club. Here's John McClaren with his caddie PGA Tour pro Paul Casey.


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20 Years Ago Today: Nike announces Tiger to the world with a two-page Wall Street Journal ad