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PGA concerned after bombings in Austin

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) The Latest on the bombings in Austin, Texas (all times local):

4:25 p.m.

The NAACP is calling the four bombings that have hit Austin in less than three weeks acts of domestic terrorism.


Webb gets exemption for US Women's Open

FAR HILLS, N.J. (AP) Two-time champion Karrie Webb has received a special exemption to the U.S. Women's Open at Shoal Creek in Alabama.

Webb won consecutive U.S. Women's Open titles by a combined 13 shots when she was at the top of her game. She beat Cristie Kerr and Meg Mallon by five shots at The Merit Club outside Chicago in 2000 and Se Ri Pak by eight shots at Pine Needles in North Carolina a year later. Read More...

McIlroy closes with 64 for Bay Hill win

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) The connection Rory McIlroy had with Arnold Palmer was strong even before he delivered a Sunday charge that would have made the King proud.

McIlroy first played the Arnold Palmer Invitational three years ago, and Palmer teared up at dinner when he asked McIlroy if there was anything he needed and received this reply: "Mr. Palmer, thanks to you, I have everything I could ever need in my life." Read More...

Woods makes charge before late mistake

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) Tiger Woods put on a Sunday charge at Bay Hill that looked all too familiar.

One swing changed everything at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Read More...

McIlroy back in form as Masters nears

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Rory McIlroy had his first Arnold Palmer moment before the tournament even started.

He had just finished his pro-am round at Bay Hill and was about to walk out of the tunnel leading from the 18th green when a man asked him for a picture. McIlroy obliged, because he usually does. But this was different. Read More...

Inbee Park pulls away from Davies to win

PHOENIX (AP) Weeks like this at the Founders Cup are why Inbee Park held off retiring and Laura Davies is still competing at age 54.

Park celebrated her 19th LPGA Tour victory and first in a little over a year Sunday at Desert Ridge. Davies tied for second for her best tour finish since winning the last of her 20 titles in 2001. Read More...

Davies, 54, shoots 63 at Founders Cup

PHOENIX (AP) Laura Davies took a satisfying look at the scoreboard next to the 18th green. At 54 years old, and nearly 17 years since her last LPGA Tour victory, the Hall of Famer had a share of the lead halfway through the third round of the Founders Cup.

"I said to my caddie, `Jeez, I haven't been on top of the leaderboard for a long time,'" Davies said. "That's nice, obviously. You got to stay there. That's the biggest challenge." Read More...

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