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Tour Championship field finalized after dramatic Sunday at Cog Hill

LEMONT, Ill. (AP) -- John Senden secured the 30th and final spot for the Tour Championship, giving him at least a mathematical chance of the $10 million prize and a spot in three of the majors next year. How he made it required a bizarre sequence of bad golf.

Celebrate Youth: Justin Thomas makes history on the PGA Tour

August 25, 2009 -- Sixteen-year-old Justin Thomas of Goshen, Ky., and his father-caddie, PGA District 10 Director Mike Thomas, will never forget the adventure they shared last week at the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, N.C.

Yang victory redefines ‘global golf’

For years, Asian countries could only boast about growth and potential in men's golf. Success was measured by a half-dozen players who had cracked the top 50 in the world rankings over the last decade.

Yang’s PGA win inspiring

The morning after Y.E. Yang became the first Asian golfer to win a men’s major championship, Peter Cho was too excited to go to work. So he grabbed his teenage son, Alex, and headed for the driving range.

Yang does unthinkable: Beats Woods at major

CHASKA, Minn. – When the final book on Tiger Woods is written, these two names will need to be highlighted: Ed Fiori, Y.E. Yang. Not Sergio Garcia. Not Phil Mickelson. Not Ernie Els. At least not yet.

Yang topples Tiger in the PGA

In a year of spoilers at the majors, Y.E. Yang was the biggest of all. He toppled the mighty Tiger Woods.

Woods’ PGA lead cut in half

CHASKA, Minn. – The coronation of Tiger Woods turned into a contest Saturday at the PGA Championship. What had looked so inevitable – Woods with a four-shot lead on the weekend at a major – suddenly became filled with possibilities as his margin vanished along the back nine at Hazeltine.

Weathering a challenge

CHASKA, Minn. – Even Mother Nature took a swing at Tiger Woods. She missed.

Woods leaps to forefront

CHASKA, Minn. – The first round of the 91st PGA Championship ended with 155 of the world’s best golfers doing what they did last week in Ohio, the week before in Michigan and all over the world for most of the past 13 seasons. They’re ... chasing Tiger.