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Erik Compton can't shake this darn cough. Three weeks have passed, and he's still hacking. Standing on the seventh tee of Congressional Country Club's Blue Course during Monday's Pro-Am at the AT&T National, you could hear the stuff in Compton's lungs gurgle. Later, on the 13th green, he needed to rest. He crossed his legs and sat down in the first cut while others in his group putted out.
Midway through the first day of the AT&T National at Congressional Country Club, things are heating up. The early leader among those already finished is Vijay Singh, who posted a 3-under-par score of 68 during Thursday's round.
It's been quite a year for Webb Simpson.
The PGA Tour announced another important sponsorship Wednesday, agreeing to a 10-year deal with Web.com as the sponsor of its developmental tour.
Back when Greg Norman was the top-ranked golfer in the world, he'd practice by playing a transposed, almost-torturous version of "best ball."
Jim Furyk must feel as if he's going from one U.S. Open to another one.
U.S. captain Davis Love III selected a pair of longtime friends, Fred Couples and Mike Hulbert, as his assistants for the Ryder Cup. He said Wednesday they will help him choose his two other assistant captains for the Sept. 28-30 matches at Medinah.
Halfway through the season, Tiger Woods has made it clear that he is hitting his stride in pursuit of a major record.
After a stellar college career including seven titles, captaining the 2004 Palmer Cup team and earning the Byron Nelson Award for being the top collegiate golfer and sportsman, Billy Hurley III did something most athletes in his position do not.