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Pereira leads PGA Championship while Woods withdraws after 79

- Associated Press

Mito Pereira steadied himself with three birdies over the last six holes, the final one from just outside 25 feet for a 1-under 69. That gave the 27-year-old from Chile a three-shot lead at the PGA Championship over Matt Fitzpatrick and Will Zalatoris.

Tiger Woods withdraws from final round of PGA Championship

Associated Press

Tiger Woods produced a couple of firsts Saturday, neither cause for a fist pump. He posted his highest score ever in the PGA Championship, and later withdrew from a major for the first time in his pro career.

Lee holds off Spieth, wins again at low-scoring Byron Nelson

- Associated Press

K.H. Lee’s 240-yard shot on the par-5 12th hole stopped less than 5 feet from the pin, and the eagle put him in front for good Sunday on the way to a 9-under 63 and a one-shot victory over Jordan Spieth at birdie-besieged TPC Craig Ranch.

Mickelson decides not to defend title at PGA Championship

- Associated Press

Phil Mickelson withdrew Friday from the PGA Championship, electing to extend his hiatus from golf following incendiary comments he made about a Saudi-funded rival league he supports and the PGA Tour he accused of greed.

PGA Championship delivers strongest field for majors

- Associated Press

When the final field was announced Monday — one of the 156 spots is set aside for the winner of the AT&T Byron Nelson if he’s not already eligible — the PGA Championship was assured of having the top 100 players in the world, provided they all play.

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Woods' Masters: No fairytale ending but still inspiring

- Associated Press

The Masters patrons filled in every nook and cranny around the 18th green, awaiting the appearance of the man in red. A scene that's been so familiar to Tiger Woods on so many Sundays at Augusta National, but this one was different.