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Cink wins 3rd RBC Heritage title

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HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP) The golf was exceptional for Stewart Cink. What made his third RBC Heritage title truly special was that his family was there to experience his age-defying success.

Cink hugged son Reagan, his caddie, after he closed out his four-shot victory at Harbour Town with a stress-free par on the lighthouse-framed 18th hole. Wife Lisa, their other son, Connor, and his fiancee, Jess Baker, were in the gallery cheering Cink's second win this season.

"To have a posse like that waiting at the end to celebrate with," Cink said, "it's just an experience you don't get to have in your life that often."

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Stricker rallies to win Chubb Classic

NAPLES, Fla. (AP) Steve Stricker figured someone could come out of the pack with a low score and win the Chubb Classic on Sunday, and it turned out to be him.

Stricker closed with a 5-under 67, taking control with a wedge into 3 feet for birdie on the 16th hole. That carried him to a one-shot victory in Naples, where the 54-year-old from Wisconsin makes his winter home. Read More...

Catlin wins Austrian Open in playoff

ATZENBRUGG, Austria (AP) John Catlin beat Maximilian Kieffer on the fifth playoff hole on Sunday to win the Austrian Open for his third European Tour title.

The American easily wrapped up the victory after three shots from Kieffer landed in the water. The German earlier had a promising chance for his first tour victory, but narrowly missed a birdie putt at the first playoff hole. Read More...

Ko wins Lotte with tournament record

KAPOLEI, Hawaii (AP) Lydia Ko is golfing like she is a kid again. In other words, she's tough to beat.

No one came close at this week's Lotte Championship. Ko torched Kapolei Golf Club and tournament records in the process. A final-round 65 Saturday left her at 28-under 260 and seven shots ahead of everybody. Read More...

Spectators returning in limited numbers

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) The roars returned to Masters. At least two of them.

There were enough spectators, believed to be roughly 8,000 a day, to at least bring some sound back to the gorgeous scenery of Augusta National in April. And they stood six-deep over the final 100 yards of the 18th green - masks on - as Hideki Matsuyama walked up the hill to a one-shot victory. Read More...

Matsuyama makes history with Masters win

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) - The pressure was even more than Hideki Matsuyama could have imagined when he stood on the first tee Sunday at Augusta National. So was the emotion when he walked off the 18th green as the first Masters champion from golf-mad Japan.

His arms securely inside the sleeves of the green jacket, he thrust them in the air. Read More...

Late triple bogey dooms Schauffele

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) Xander Schauffele stepped up to the 16th tee with all the momentum at the Masters.

He had just ripped off four straight birdies. Read More...

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