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  2. Amy Bockerstette started taking golf lessons at 14 with the hope of playing with her family. She became the first person with Down syndrome to earn a college athletic scholarship.
  3. Richard Scudamore, who has been with the English Premier League since 1999 and led its growth, is joining a new Ryder Cup committee meant to enhance the commercial value of golf's biggest team event.
  4. The PGA Tour's developmental tour, which has been known as the Web.com Tour for the past seven years, is getting a new sponsor and new name -- the Korn Ferry Tour.
  5. Phil Mickeson, who has won the Masters, the PGA Championship and The Open, is quietly coming to the realization he may never win a U.S. Open title.
  6. Four members of a Texas family pleaded guilty to using stolen identities to obtain tickets to the Masters and reselling them at a profit. They will repay more than $275,000, and one got a three-year prison sentence.
  7. In the end, a hot start simply wasn't enough, as Brooks Koepka came up three shots short of Gary Woodland in his quest to win a third consecutive U.S. Open.
  8. With a 4-under total of 280 over 72 holes, Viktor Hovland broke Jack Nicklaus' U.S. Open scoring total for an amateur.
  9. Tiger Woods shot his best final round at the U.S. Open in 10 years on Sunday -- despite a horrific start to the round -- to move into the top 20 and take a bit of satisfaction out of what had mostly been a disappointing week.
  10. If, for some reason, you haven't noticed, Tiger Woods isn't 24 anymore. So looking stiff in cold conditions or taking long layoffs between events should stop being a surprise.