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Rules, perks draw top field to Travelers

CROMWELL, Conn. (AP) Some of the biggest names in golf are giving up what for many is normally a week off after a major championship to play at the Travelers Championship.

Rory McIlroy, Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Bubba Watson are among those in Connecticut this week, giving the tournament an unusually strong field. Read More...

Mickelson, caddie 'Bones' Mackay split

Together for 25 years and more than 600 golf tournaments, Phil Mickelson and caddie Jim "Bones" Mackay are moving on.

In a surprising email just two days after the U.S. Open that Mickelson didn't play, they said the decision to part ways was mutual and not based on any one incident. Read More...

PGA Tour to start blood testing in fall

The PGA Tour is beefing up its anti-doping policy by adding blood testing and bringing its list of banned substances in line with the World Anti-Doping Association.

The revised policy takes effect in October, at the start of next season. Read More...

Agent: Tiger getting help for pain meds

Tiger Woods has checked into a clinic to get help dealing with prescription medication for pain and a sleep disorder, and his agent is not sure how long he will stay.

Mark Steinberg of Excel Sports Management said Tuesday he could not disclose the location of the in-patient treatment. He said pain medication at times was the only way Woods could get up and moving during the toughest days of recovery following four back surgeries. Read More...

Fowler keeps glass half-full at majors

ERIN, Wis. (AP) In pursuit of his first major championship, Phil Mickelson never saw the glass as anything but half-full.

Close calls didn't change that. He was runner-up in the PGA Championship at Atlanta in 2001, third in the Masters the following year and then gave Tiger Woods a stiff challenge at Bethpage Black in finishing runner-up at the U.S. Open. Read More...

Erin Hills disappoints traditionalists

ERIN, Wis. (AP) Brooks Koepka is a modern golfer who won his first major on a modern golf course.

That would be one way to look back at this U.S. Open. Read More...

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