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Welcome to another edition of The Grind where we promise not to hop on a golf board, lip-sync Fleetwood Mac, and sip on cranberry juice. That last part is actually the thing that upsets me most. Cranberry juice? Straight up? You people have problems. Now, Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry. That’s my jam. And, to be fair, as tired as this viral game of copycat got, Harry Higgs pulled it off pretty darn well:

OK, enough. We will never speak of this again. Let’s talk about something else. Anything else. Please.

Martin Laird: Comeback SZN continued on the PGA Tour with Laird becoming the latest to end a long drought. The Scot won for the first time in seven years at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open and for the first time as a sponsor’s exemption. And we’re guessing for the first time thanks to holing a buried bunker shot for an

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2020 CJ Cup odds: Surprising PGA picks, predictions from model that nailed six majors

Brooks Koepka is set to make his first start on the PGA Tour since missing the cut at the Wyndham Championship in August. Koepka finished on top of the leaderboard at the CJ Cup in 2018, defeating runner-up Gary Woodland by four strokes. Koepka will have some stiff competition in the 2020 CJ Cup field with fellow major winners like Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy set to tee it up this week. 

Koepka, who’s recorded seven victories on the PGA Tour, is going off at 25-1 in the 2020 CJ Cup odds from William Hill. Other top 2020 CJ Cup contenders include Johnson (10-1), Thomas (12-1), Jon Rahm (11-1), McIlroy (14-1) and Xander Schauffele (14-1). Before locking in your 2020 CJ Cup picks or entering any PGA DFS tournaments on sites like DraftKings and FanDuel, be sure to see the golf predictions and projected leaderboard from the proven

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KPMG Women’s PGA Championship Live

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Sei Young Kim wins Women’s PGA Championship

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. — Sei Young Kim lined up for the putt on the 18th hole that would seal her first LPGA major championship and somehow missed by inches. One member of the gallery — in this instance, roughly 75 officials, photographers and course stragglers — even said “she made it.”

Not quite.

The 27-year-old South Korean laughed off the rare misstep, tapped in the winner and shed the unwelcome label of winningest golfer on the tour without a major. Kim raised her arms “Rocky” style, hugged her caddie and, at last, was a major champion.

Kim chewed up Aronimink Golf Club in record style, tying a tournament record by shooting 7-under-par 63 on Sunday to win the Women’s PGA Championship. She was five strokes better than runner-up Inbee Park.

“I’m actually really hiding my tears at the moment,” Kim said as she stood next to the trophy.


Kim’s dominance

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Sei Young Kim wins Women’s PGA Championship, her first major

Kim chewed up Aronimink Golf Club in record style, shooting a 7-under-par 63 on Sunday to win the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. She was five strokes better than runner-up Inbee Park, never seriously challenged on the arduous course in suburban Philadelphia.

“I’m actually really hiding my tears at the moment,” she said, standing next to the trophy.

Her dominance was in plain sight. She finished at 14-under 266. Her final-round 63 tied a tournament record, and her 266 set the championship scoring record.

Kim, who earned her 11th LPGA victory, got the championship push rolling when she matched a tournament record with a 29 on the front nine on Friday. She never really slowed down.

About the only surprise Sunday came when her father appeared on a video chat toward the end of her press conference.

“See you soon,” Kim said with a smile and a wave.

She was, Park

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Kim Sei-young wins first major by taking Women’s PGA title

South Korea’s Kim Sei-young captured her first major title Sunday, winning the Women’s PGA Championship with a record-shattering seven-under par 63, the lowest final round in tournament history..

The 27-year-old from Seoul became the ninth first-time major winner from the past 10 women’s golf majors with a bogey-free finish at Aronimink in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.

“It means a lot,” Kim said. “I feel so emotional. It’s a dream come true. I’m waiting for a while to reach my biggest goal.

“I’m very happy with that. Feel like I overcome myself. Very happy with first major win.”

Seventh-ranked Kim finished the 72 holes on a tournament-record 14-under 266 to beat compatriot Park In-bee by five strokes with Japan’s Nasa Hataoka and Spain’s Carlota Ciganda sharing third on 273 and Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist fifth on 276.

“Sei Young was just really untouchable,” Park said. “She played really, really good golf today. I’d

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Sei Young Kim wins 1st major at Women’s PGA Championship.

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. (AP) — Sei Young Kim lined up for the putt on the 18th hole that would seal her first LPGA major championship and somehow missed by inches. One member of the gallery — in this instance, roughly 75 officials, photographers and course stragglers — even said “she made it.”



Sei Young Kim, of South Korea, watches her tee shot on the 12th hole during the final round at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship golf tournament at the Aronimink Golf Club, Sunday, Oct. 11, 2020, in Newtown Square, Pa. (AP Photo/Chris Szagola)


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Sei Young Kim, of South Korea, watches her tee shot on the 12th hole during the final round at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship golf tournament at the Aronimink Golf Club, Sunday, Oct. 11, 2020, in Newtown Square, Pa. (AP Photo/Chris Szagola)

Not quite.

The 27-year-old South Korean laughed off the rare misstep, tapped in the winner and shed the unwelcome label of winningest golfer on the tour without a major. Kim raised her arms “Rocky” style, hugged her caddie and, at last, was a major champion.

Kim chewed up Aronimink Golf Club

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Sei Young Kim fires 63 to seal KPMG Women’s PGA, first major win

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. — Sei Young Kim shot a 7-under 63 on Sunday to earn her first major title at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.

The 27-year-old South Korean finished at 14-under 266 at Aronimink Golf Course, winning the major that had eluded her so far in her career. Kim had 10 wins entering the tournament, which made her the winningest active player without a major championship.

Her 63 was the best round of the tournament. She finished 5 shots ahead of runner-up Inbee Park, who shot a solid 65 on Sunday.

“Sei Young was just really untouchable,” Park said.

Kim, a 2016 Olympian, was runner-up at the 2015 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship and tied for second at the Evian Championship in 2018. Kim held the 54-hole lead at a major once, at the 2015 ANA Inspiration, where she finished in a tie for fourth.

She sealed the championship with

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Kim Sei-young claims first major at Women’s PGA Championship

Sei-young Kim in the final round
Kim did not drop a stroke on the final day
-14 SY Kim (Kor); -9 I Park (Kor); -7 N Hataoka (Jpn), C Ciganda (Spa); -4 A Nordqvist (Swe); – 3 B Henderson (Can); -1 C Hull (Eng), J Kupcho (US)
Selected others: +3 L Ko (NZ); +4 H Green (Aus); +5 M Reid (Eng); +6 D Kang (US); +11 G Hall (Eng); +12 L Maguire (Ire); +15 L Davies (Eng)

South Korea’s Kim Sei-young surged to her first major title with an assured five-stroke victory at the Women’s PGA Championship in Pennsylvania.

The 27-year-old world number seven began three ahead and her seven-under 63 – the lowest final round in the event’s history – took her to 14 under.

Seven-time major winner Inbee Park’s bogey-free 65 ensured second place.

Britain’s Charley Hull posted a second successive round of 69 and shared seventh at one under.

Compatriot Mel Reid, last

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Sei Young Kim wins 1st major at Women’s PGA Championship.

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