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Ko out with eye problem, may lose No. 1

IRVING, Texas (AP) Lydia Ko has withdrawn from the LPGA tournament in Texas because of an eye infection and could lose the No. 1 ranking she has held for 79 straight weeks.

Ko was 1-over after the first two days and pulled out before Saturday's third round of the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout. Read More...

Japan's Nomura keeps lead in windy Texas

IRVING, Texas (AP) Haru Nomura of Japan still had fun on another windy day on the LPGA Tour in North Texas.

Despite a 1-over par 72 with a late double bogey in the third round, she actually doubled her lead Saturday. Read More...

Senden on leave due to son's brain tumor

AVONDALE, La. (AP) Australian professional golfer John Senden says his son Jacob has been diagnosed with a brain tumor.

In a statement provided by the PGA on Saturday, Senden says he withdrew from this week's PGA Zurich Classic of New Orleans to join his wife, Jackie, in supporting their 13-year-old son. Read More...

Team event sees rare slow-play penalty

AVONDALE, La. (AP) The first team event on the PGA Tour in 36 years has produced the first penalty for slow play since 1995.

PGA Tour officials say Miguel Angel Carballo and Brian Campbell were penalized one shot on the 14th hole of the opening round at the Zurich Classic for their second bad time. They opened with a 74 in foursomes. Read More...

Frittelli leads China Open by 3 strokes

BEIJING (AP) Dylan Frittelli of South Africa moved three strokes clear of the China Open field after carding an 8-under-par 64 in the third round on Saturday.

Frittelli birdied eight holes in a bogey-free round at the Topwin Golf and Country Club to get to 19 under. Read More...

Oak Hill picked to host 2019 Senior PGA

PITTSFORD, N.Y. (AP) Oak Hill Country Club has been selected to host the 80th Senior PGA Championship in 2019.

This marks the second time in 11 years the tournament will be played on the club's Donald Ross-designed East Course, located just outside of Rochester, New York. In 2008, Jay Haas won the senior championship at Oak Hill with a 7-over 287, which remains the highest-winning score in relation to par since the event was expanded to 72 holes in 1958. Read More...