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Witness: Sterling needs Clippers sale to pay debts

FILE - In this Dec. 19, 2011 file photo, Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling watches the Clippers play the Los Angeles Lakers during an NBA preseason basketball game in Los Angeles. The future of the Clippers is closer to decision as testimony resumes Monday, July 21, 2014, in a probate trial over whether a deal negotiated by Donald Sterling's estranged wife to sell the team for $2 billion is authorized under a Sterling family trust. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok, File)LOS ANGELES (AP) — The chief financial officer of Donald Sterling's properties said Monday that the billionaire may be forced to sell a large portion of his real estate empire to cover $500 million in loans if he persists in refusing to sell the Los Angeles Clippers for $2 billion.


Dream coach Michael Cooper has tongue cancer
ATLANTA (AP) — Atlanta Dream coach Michael Cooper has early stage tongue cancer and has taken a leave from the WNBA team.
McIlroy will emerge even stronger than ever

Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland kisses the Claret Jug trophy after winning the British Open Golf championship at the Royal Liverpool golf club, Hoylake, England, Sunday July 20, 2014. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)HOYLAKE, England (AP) — The celebration began long before Rory McIlroy had a chance to drink out of the claret jug.


Manziel scores as NFL's top-selling jersey

ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND EDITIONS, JULY 19-20 - FILE - In this June 11, 2014, file photo, Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel runs the ball during NFL football minicamp at the team's facility in Berea, Ohio. With LeBron James’ return, Johnny Football might not be the top star in Cleveland, but Manziel will still get plenty of attention for what he does on and off the field this summer. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan, File)CLEVELAND (AP) — Second on Cleveland's depth chart, Johnny Manziel already tops one NFL list.


Big 12 commish's dire warning about pending change

Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby speaks at the opening of the NCAA college Big 12 Conference football media days in Dallas, Monday, July 21, 2014. (AP Photo/LM Otero)DALLAS (AP) — Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby had a dire warning Monday for anyone who likes intercollegiate athletics the way they are now.


Bills DT Dareus to enter substance abuse program

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins (14) is tended to by trainer Bud Carpenter during their NFL football training camp in Pittsford, N.Y., Monday, July 21, 2014. Watkins returned to the field. (AP Photo/Bill Wippert)PITTSFORD, N.Y. (AP) — Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus agreed to enter an NFL substance abuse program in a bid to have felony drug charges in Alabama dismissed, his attorney said on Monday.


Big Papi passes Yaz with 453rd career home run

Boston Red Sox's David Ortiz hits his second two-run home run of the game during the fifth inning of a baseball game against the Toronto Blue Jays in Toronto on Monday, July 21, 2014. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Darren Calabrese)TORONTO (AP) — Red Sox slugger David Ortiz has passed Boston great Carl Yastrzemski on baseball's career home run chart.


Eagles player charged with shoving Arizona officer
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — A Philadelphia Eagles player is facing charges in Arizona after authorities say he pushed a police officer investigating a bar brawl.
Rockies place 1B Justin Morneau on 15-day DL
DENVER (AP) — The Colorado Rockies placed first baseman Justin Morneau on the 15-day disabled list Monday with a strained neck.
Tony Stewart riding high from sprint car victory
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Tony Stewart heads into the busiest week of his year riding high from a win in his return to sprint car racing.
Sterling, Ballmer discuss possible Clippers deal: source

Los Angeles Clippers NBA basketball team owner Donald Sterling attends the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly HillsBy Eric Kelsey LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling on Monday met with former Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer to discuss a possible settlement over Sterling's opposition to the $2 billion sale of the basketball team, a source close to the case said. Ballmer met with Sterling for 90 minutes at the 80-year-old real estate billionaire' s request, but the talks did not resolve Sterling's opposition to the deal brokered by his estranged wife, the source said. Sterling and his wife, Shelly Sterling, are locked in a court battle over whether Sterling has legal standing to block the NBA-record sale to Ballmer.


Philadelphia Eagles player arrested in shoving of Arizona officer
A Philadelphia Eagles football player was arrested in Arizona on suspicion of felony aggravated assault for allegedly pushing a police officer probing a bar fight, authorities said on Monday. Keelan Johnson, 24, was booked into jail early on Saturday and later released after the skirmish at a bar on Mill Avenue, an entertainment district near Arizona State University in Tempe. Johnson, an Eagles safety who played college football for Arizona State, is accused by Tempe police of assault and resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors, according to court records. Johnson was signed to the Eagles' practice squad before the start of the 2013 season.
Pacers aquire Stuckey, rue loss of Stephenson
(Reuters) - Three days after losing one of the National Basketball Association's best young players on the free agent market, the Indiana Pacers gained a welcome boost by signing seven-year league veteran Rodney Stuckey on Monday. Though Stuckey lacks the all-round talent of fellow shooting guard Lance Stephenson, who opted to leave the Pacers for more money with the Charlotte Hornets, he will certainly give Indiana plenty of athleticism and vigor. "Rodney is a very talented player who can create and score in a variety of ways," Pacers president of basketball operations Larry Bird said in a statament.
National Basketball Association roundup

NBA: Los Angeles Lakers at San Antonio Spurs(The Sports Xchange) - The Cleveland Cavaliers plan to sign No. 1 overall draft pick Andrew Wiggins to a contract this week, according to ESPN.com. The delay in signing the rookie shooting guard is reportedly not related to speculation that the team may trade him to the Minnesota Timberwolves for All-Star power forward Kevin Love. Instead, the Cavaliers have been looking for ways to use their remaining $1.4 million in salary cap space before signing Wiggins to a contract that will pay him about $5.5 million this season. The Cavaliers and Timberwolves have been in talks about a trade involving Wiggins and Love since star forward LeBron James decided to return to Cleveland.


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New York Giants quarterback Manning scrambles from the pocket as guard Snee blocks and nose tackle Ratliff pursues in the first half of their NFL football game in Arlington(The Sports Xchange) - New York Giants offensive guard Chris Snee announced his retirement Monday after struggling to bounce back from hip and elbow injuries. Snee, a four-time Pro Bowler who helped the Giants win two Super Bowls, played in the NFL for 10 seasons. Snee, 32, hoped to recover from elbow surgery and two hip operations over the past two years in time to play an 11th season but was unable to participate in the Giants' minicamp in June. No doubt," coach Tom Coughlin, who is Snee's father-in-law, said in a statement on the team's website.


Asian stars excited for LPGA team showdown

Tseng Ya-ni of Taiwan plays a shot on the third hole during the first round of the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Presented by P&G at the Pinnacle Country Club on June 27, 2014 in Rogers, ArkansasAfter two decades of watching US and European women golfers play for the Solheim Cup, top worldwide rivals have their chance at a team title in the LPGA International Crown. The inaugural edition of the event will begin Thursday at suburban Baltimore's Caves Valley Golf Club with eight teams of four women seeking global bragging rights and the richest share of $1.6 million in prize money. "Every time I was watching Solheim Cup, I always wish I can be there playing," Taiwan's third-ranked Tseng Ya-Ni said. The Americans feature world number one Stacy Lewis, fifth-ranked teen Lexi Thompson, former world number one Cristie Kerr and veteran Paula Creamer -- all ranked in the world top 12.


California law limits school football practices to cut concussions
By Sharon Bernstein SACRAMENTO Calif. (Reuters) - Football practices at which middle- and high-school students tackle each other will be restricted in California under a law signed on Monday by Democratic Governor Jerry Brown, the latest U.S. effort to minimize brain injuries from the popular sport. The measure, which limits practices with full-on tackling during the playing season and prohibits them during most of the off-season, comes amid growing concern nationwide over brain damage that can result from concussions among student as well as professional athletes. "This is a very balanced approach," said Democratic Assemblyman Ken Cooley, the law's author. It's good for kids and it's good for parents." The measure, which goes into effect in January, makes California the 20th state to restrict practices by middle school and high school football teams during which tackling and other full-contact activities are allowed.
Exclusive: Sterling needs $2 bln sale of NBA's Clippers to pay debt

Los Angeles Clippers NBA basketball team owner Donald Sterling attends the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly HillsBy Eric Kelsey LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - If the disputed $2 billion sale of professional basketball's Los Angeles Clippers is not completed, it could force team owner Donald Sterling to sell off some of his real estate assets to pay back debt, the executive who manages his holdings told a court on Monday. Darren Schield, the chief financial officer of Sterling's Beverly Hills Properties, testified that Sterling's attempts to block the NBA-record sale his estranged wife brokered would open the door for banks to call the real estate billionaire's $480 million in liabilities. "We would have to start selling our real estate," Schield said in Los Angeles Superior Court, adding that Sterling owns about $2.5 billion in property. "We'd have no choice." Schield was called to testify by lawyers for Sterling's wife, Shelly Sterling, who has asked a probate court to confirm her as having the authority to sell the Clippers to former Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer.


In Clippers court case, octogenarian lawyer relishes the ruckus

Bert Fields, Shelly Sterling's lawyer, questions husband, Los Angeles Clippers co-owner Donald Sterling, in court, as seen in courtroom sketch in Los AngelesBy Eric Kelsey LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - With the $2-billion sale of pro basketball's Los Angeles Clippers at stake and the team's irascible owner refusing to bless the record deal his estranged wife brokered, Bert Fields can hardly keep a smile from his face. As one of the colorful cast of characters in a trial over the minutiae of a family trust and California probate law, the 85-year-old attorney to some of Hollywood's biggest players over the last five decades appears to relish his role as the adversary of Donald Sterling, the man banned for life by the NBA over racist remarks. "Bert Fields is one of those lawyers who is in his element in the courtroom," said Steven Weisburd, a Texas civil litigator who has been part of legal teams that have opposed Fields. Fields, who has a reputation for making a witness' time on the stand miserable, may get another shot to examine Sterling as the 80-year-old real estate billionaire could testify again when his own attorneys start their case in Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday.


Giants four-time Pro Bowl guard Snee retires

New York Giants quarterback Manning scrambles from the pocket as guard Snee blocks and nose tackle Ratliff pursues in the first half of their NFL football game in Arlington(Reuters) - The New York Giants lost a member of the family on Monday when four-time Pro Bowl guard Chris Snee announced his retirement after 10 seasons with the National Football League club. Snee, who has been plagued by injuries the last couple of seasons, was perhaps best known for being the father of Giants head coach Tom Coughlin's grandchild when the player was drafted in the second round in 2004 out of Boston College. Ten years later, he was remembered as a stalwart on Giants teams that won Super Bowls 42 and 46 over the New England Patriots.


Giants' Cain and Belt placed on disabled list

MLB: San Francisco Giants at Chicago White Sox(Reuters) - Matt Cain's injury-plagued season took another downturn on Monday when the San Francisco Giants pitcher was placed on the 15-day disabled list with right elbow inflammation, mlb.com reported. Cain, the Giants' highest-paid player with a $20 million salary, has already made two previous appearances on the disabled list this season because of a cut finger and a hamstring injury. The three-time All-Star, who pitched a perfect game against the Houston Astros in June 2012, will be replaced by right-hander Yusmeiro Petit in Tuesday's starting lineup against the Phillies in Philadelphia. In another blow for the Giants, who are tied for first place in the NL West with the Los Angeles Dodgers, the team also announced on Monday that first baseman Brandon Belt has been put on the seven-day disabled list with a concussion.


Nicklaus and Woods hail McIlroy's Open victory

Tiger Woods of the U.S. watches his tee shot during the final round of the British Open Championship at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club in HoylakeBy Tony Jimenez HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods have combined to salute Rory McIlroy's performance in capturing the British Open title for the first time in his career. The 25-year-old Northern Irishman became the third youngest golfer in the modern era, after the two American greats, to land three of the four major championships when he triumphed by two strokes at Royal Liverpool on Sunday. "I like his swagger," said 18-times major winner Nicklaus on his official Facebook page. "Rory didn't put himself in position to lose the golf tournament.


What a difference a year makes for Holywood great McIlroy

Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland celebrates as he holds the Claret Jug after winning the British Open Championship at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club in HoylakeBy Tony Jimenez HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - New British Open champion Rory McIlroy does not do 'dull' but perhaps that is no surprise for a man with a glamorous-sounding birthplace like Holywood. McIlroy is one of that rare breed who always seemed destined for greatness and his two-shot win at Royal Liverpool on Sunday meant that, at 25, he became the third youngest player in the modern era to land three of the four major championships. He enjoyed a glittering career as a teenager, reaching the top of the world amateur rankings, before bursting on to the senior stage with a superb opening 68 in the 2007 British Open at Carnoustie, the only bogey-free round of the day. McIlroy then finished third in his second event as a professional, at the Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland, before capturing his first European Tour win at the 2009 Dubai Desert Classic, aged 19.


I did everything I could to catch McIlroy, says Garcia
By Tony Jimenez HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - Sergio Garcia was in philosophical mood on Sunday after finishing as a major championship runner-up for the fourth time in his career. Garcia fired a six-under-par 66 for a 15-under total of 273 but he and American Rickie Fowler wound up two strokes adrift of winner Rory McIlroy.
McIlroy climbs to second in rankings
Rory McIlroy climbed to number two in the world golf rankings on Monday following his victory in the 143rd British Open on Sunday. The Northern Irishman rose from eighth to second behind Australian Adam Scott, who retained top place after finishing tied for fifth at the Royal Liverpool course. It was McIlroy's third major title and he is now three-quarters of the way to a grand slam of majors at the age of 25. Henrik Stenson of Sweden, who finished down the field after shooting 287, fell one place to third and Englishman Justin Rose slipped from third to fourth.
Factbox: 2014 British Open champion Rory McIlroy
(Reuters) - Factbox on Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy, who won the British Open Championship at Royal Liverpool by two strokes on Sunday. Represented Europe at the 2004 Junior Ryder Cup and capped a glittering amateur career by reaching the top of the world rankings and winning the European championship in 2006. Turned professional in 2007 and claimed his first European Tour title at the 2009 Dubai Desert Classic by one stroke over Justin Rose and finishing second behind Lee Westwood in the 2009 European order of merit.
Golf-Nicklaus and Woods hail McIlroy's Open victory
By Tony Jimenez HOYLAKE, England, July 21 (Reuters) - Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods have combined to salute Rory McIlroy's performance in capturing the British Open title for the first time in his career. The 25-year-old Northern Irishman became the third youngest golfer in the modern era, after the two American greats, to land three of the four major championships when he triumphed by two strokes at Royal Liverpool on Sunday. "I like his swagger," said 18-times major winner Nicklaus on his official Facebook page. "Rory didn't put himself in position to lose the golf tournament.
Watson ready to make tough Ryder Cup calls

Tom Watson of the U.S. watches his tee shot during the second round of the British Open Championship at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club in HoylakeBy Tony Jimenez HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - Tom Watson looked the picture of charm and grace as he outplayed scores of golfers half his age at last week's British Open but, make no mistake, he did not win eight majors without having a steely edge. The 64-year-old United States Ryder Cup captain has more than half an eye on the match against holders Europe in Scotland in September and he made two verbal declarations at Hoylake that left no doubt as to how seriously he is taking the biennial team event. Watson left open the possibility that some of his 12 players may not be called upon until the last-day singles and he rejected the notion that Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are guaranteed places in his side.


Golf-Watson ready to make tough Ryder Cup calls
By Tony Jimenez HOYLAKE, England, July 21 (Reuters) - Tom Watson looked the picture of charm and grace as he outplayed scores of golfers half his age at last week's British Open but, make no mistake, he did not win eight majors without having a steely edge. The 64-year-old United States Ryder Cup captain has more than half an eye on the match against holders Europe in Scotland in September and he made two verbal declarations at Hoylake that left no doubt as to how seriously he is taking the biennial team event. Watson left open the possibility that some of his 12 players may not be called upon until the last-day singles and he rejected the notion that Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are guaranteed places in his side.
From Holywood to Hoylake: the rise of Rory McIlroy

Rory McIlroy holds the Claret Jug at Royal Liverpool Golf Course in Hoylake, on July 20, 2014For those in the know from his earliest years in Holywood outside Belfast, it was just a matter of time before Rory McIlroy joined the ranks of golfing greats like Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus. Young McIlroy hit a 40-yard drive at the age of two and entertained visitors by repeatedly chipping balls from the end of his parents' hallway into the drum of their washing machine.


Last-hole birdie gives teen Ko fourth LPGA title

Lydia Ko of New Zealand watches her tee shot on the second hole during the final round of the Marathon Classic presented by Owens Corning and O-I at Highland Meadows Golf Club on July 20, 2014 in Sylvania, OhioNew Zealand teen Lydia Ko birdied the 18th hole Sunday for a one-stroke victory over Ryu So-Yeon to win the $1.4 million Marathon Classic and capture her fourth career LPGA title. South Korean-born Ko fired a six-under par 65 in the final round to finish 72 holes on 15-under 269 and become the youngest LPGA player to reach $1 million in prize money at only age 17. "I hit the ball well and gave myself a lot of opportunities," Ko said. "You have good chances when you get the ball on the green." South Korea's Ryu, seeking her second title at the event in three years, sank a 25-foot birdie putt at the par-5 17th to match Ko for the lead.


It's simple really says McIlroy, just process and spot
By Martyn Herman HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - For Rory McIlroy the secret of his stunning victory at the Open on Sunday came down to two rather unremarkable words: process and spot. "He was giving me grief all day, actually," the mild-mannered McIlroy said.
Sixties man Fowler misses out but not disappointed
By Martyn Herman HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - Four superb rounds in the 60s on an Open course ready punish the smallest errors should have been enough for American Rickie Fowler to have had something bubbly in the old Claret Jug on Sunday. Sadly for him a certain Northern Irishman named Rory McIlroy was just that little bit better, even if he could only boast three rounds in the 60s. Only two players, Jesper Parnevik in 1994 and twice Open champion Ernie Els in 1995, have suffered a similar fate. In the end Fowler had to make do with a share of second place with Spain's Sergio Garcia, two shots adrift, but was not feeling blue in his bright orange garb.
Golf-Sixties man Fowler misses out but not disappointed
By Martyn Herman HOYLAKE, England, July 20 (Reuters) - Four superb rounds in the 60s on an Open course ready punish the smallest errors should have been enough for American Rickie Fowler to have had something bubbly in the old Claret Jug on Sunday. Sadly for him a certain Northern Irishman named Rory McIlroy was just that little bit better, even if he could only boast three rounds in the 60s. Only two players, Jesper Parnevik in 1994 and twice Open champion Ernie Els in 1995, have suffered a similar fate. In the end Fowler had to make do with a share of second place with Spain's Sergio Garcia, two shots adrift, but was not feeling blue in his bright orange garb.
Dad's 10-year wager comes off after McIlroy win

McIlroy of Northern Ireland laughs with his father during a practice round at the PGA Championship at Kiawah IslandBy Tony Jimenez HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - Gerry McIlroy was 100,000 pounds ($170,900) richer on Sunday following his son Rory's two-stroke victory in the 143rd British Open at Royal Liverpool. Ladbrokes said in a news release that Gerry had placed a 500-1 bet on his son a decade ago to land the coveted Claret Jug within 10 years. "They are all going to be very happy," said McIlroy junior. "My dad has never reminded me but I knew he'd done it - it's a nice little bonus." McIlroy's victory, his third in a major after the 2011 U.S. Open and 2012 U.S. PGA Championship triumphs, means he only needs the U.S. Masters to complete a grand slam of golf's 'Big Four' prizes.


Golf-Dad's 10-year wager comes off after McIlroy win
(Updates after McIlroy win) By Tony Jimenez HOYLAKE, England, July 20 (Reuters) - Gerry McIlroy was 100,000 pounds ($170,900) richer on Sunday following his son Rory's two-stroke victory in the 143rd British Open at Royal Liverpool. Ladbrokes said in a news release that Gerry had placed a 500-1 bet on his son a decade ago to land the coveted Claret Jug within 10 years. "They are all going to be very happy," said McIlroy junior. "My dad has never reminded me but I knew he'd done it - it's a nice little bonus." McIlroy's victory, his third in a major after the 2011 U.S. Open and 2012 U.S. PGA Championship triumphs, means he only needs the U.S. Masters to complete a grand slam of golf's 'Big Four' prizes.
McIlroy joins greats after repelling Garcia charge

Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland celebrates as he holds the Claret Jug after winning the British Open Championship at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club in HoylakeBy Tony Jimenez HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy suffered several anxious moments but kept the jitters in check to rubber-stamp his status as the newest golfing great by landing the first British Open title of his career on Sunday. The 25-year-old Northern Irishman watched Sergio Garcia (66) cut his overnight lead from six strokes to two before repelling the last-round charge by his European Ryder Cup team mate to land his third major in a tantalizing finish at Royal Liverpool. McIlroy returned a closing 71 for a 17-under total of 271 to become the third youngest player in the modern era to capture three of the four majors, following Jack Nicklaus (23) and Tiger Woods (24). I'm happy I gave myself a cushion because there were a lot of guys coming at me especially Sergio and Rickie Fowler," he told reporters after picking up the coveted Claret Jug and a first prize of 975,000 pounds ($1.67 million).


Golf-McIlroy joins greats after repelling Garcia charge
* McIlroy lands first British Open victory * Becomes third youngest to win three majors * Garcia shares second spot after closing 66 (Adds McIlroy quotes) By Tony Jimenez HOYLAKE, England, July 20 (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy suffered several anxious moments but kept the jitters in check to rubber-stamp his status as the newest golfing great by landing the first British Open title of his career on Sunday. The 25-year-old Northern Irishman watched Sergio Garcia (66) cut his overnight lead from six strokes to two before repelling the last-round charge by his European Ryder Cup team mate to land his third major in a tantalising finish at Royal Liverpool. McIlroy returned a closing 71 for a 17-under total of 271 to become the third youngest player in the modern era to capture three of the four majors, following Jack Nicklaus (23) and Tiger Woods (24). I'm happy I gave myself a cushion because there were a lot of guys coming at me especially Sergio and Rickie Fowler," he told reporters after picking up the coveted Claret Jug and a first prize of 975,000 pounds ($1.67 million).
Magical McIlroy crowned the prince of the links

Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland kisses the Claret Jug after winning the British Open Championship at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club in Hoylake, northern EnglandBy Martyn Herman HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - They flocked in their thousands to crown Rory McIlroy the new prince of the links and the Northern Irishman with a twinkle in his eye and a magician's touch with a golf club did not let them down at the British Open on Sunday. It was not all plain sailing - Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler saw to that - but when the 25-year-old tapped his ball a few inches across the 18th green into the hole to seal victory the roar that went up could probably have been heard across the Dee Estuary in North Wales.


Statbox: British Open champion Rory McIlroy
HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - Statbox after Rory McIlroy won the 143rd British Open at Royal Liverpool by two shots on Sunday: * Seventh European Tour victory at 138th attempt * Goes to the top of the Race to Dubai money list * Climbs from eighth to second in world rankings * Becomes third Northern Irishman to win British Open after Fred Daly (1947) and Darren Clarke (2011) * Third youngest player, aged 25, to win three of the four majors after Jack Nicklaus (23) and Tiger Woods (24) * Sixth European Tour member to win three or more majors after Nick Faldo (six), Seve Ballesteros (five), Ernie ...
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