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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Daniel Summerhays
Robert Garrigus was smiling when he left La Quinta Country Club after the first round of the Humana Challenge.
Zach Johnson asked his short-iron approach on the par-4 18th to "Do something right, baby." It did.
Phil Mickelson is mystified no more by links golf. He has his name etched in a silver claret jug to prove it.
Lee Westwood passed his first big test Saturday when he outplayed Tiger Woods and grabbed a two-shot lead in the British Open.
It took years for Zach Johnson to feel comfortable at his hometown tournament.
For all the talk about the greens, Rory McIlroy's most important club was his driver Thursday in the Wells Fargo Championship.
Lewis Keller Sr. never passed up a chance to sit with visitors over a glass of lemonade and promote the history of American golf at one of the nation's original courses.
On the first hole of Sunday's final round of the Memorial, Rickie Fowler poured in a 14-foot birdie putt.
"It's fun to make birdies," Summerhays said. "That's one of the fun things about this tournament is that the courses are a little easier. They're in perfect shape, which makes them almost even easier."