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Chris Kirk
Kirk moves to No. 17 in world rankings
Chris Kirk claimed his fourth PGA Tour win on Sunday at Colonial and that helped him improve to No. 17 in this week's world rankings. Kirk improved six spots thanks to his come-from-behind victory. Full Story

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Colin Montgomerie
Winning majors now old hat
for Monty
Kevin Currie - GOLF Editor
There have been plenty of players that made up for lost time on the Champions Tour. It is tough to lump Colin Montgomerie into that category, but he is winning majors on the senior circuit, which is one thing he hadn't done before. Full Story
Brendon Todd
THIS WEEK IN GOLF - MAY 28-31
The PGA Tour finishes its quick Texas two-step at the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship this week.

Last year, Brendon Todd closed with a 66 to grab his first PGA Tour title. Todd and Louis Oosthuizen shared the third-round lead, but Todd earned the title thanks to a bogey-free final round. Full Story
Melissa Reid
Reid soars in women's world rankings
Melissa Reid claimed her fifth Ladies European Tour win last week and soared in this week's world rankings.

Reid climbed 57 places to No. 107 after winning the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open for a second time. The event was a rare... Full Story
Chris Kirk
Kirk rallies to win at Colonial
Chris Kirk closed with a 4-under 66 on Sunday and came from behind to win the Crowne Plaza Invitational by one stroke.

Kirk finished at 12-under-par 268 at Colonial. This was his third win in the last three seasons, and fourth win overall on the PGA Tour. Full Story
Byeong Hun An
An shoots 65, cruises to
BMW PGA win
Byeong Hun An fired an impressive 7-under 65 in Sunday's final round and the South Korean rolled to a 6-shot victory at the BMW PGA Championship.

An, who shared the third-round lead with Francesco Molinari, became the first player ever... Full Story
Colin Montgomerie
Montgomerie easily repeats as Senior PGA champion
Colin Montgomerie closed with a 3-under 69 Sunday and easily won his second straight Senior PGA Championship title.

Montgomerie finished four strokes clear of the field at 8-under-par 280 on the Pete Dye... Full Story

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