• Tour Confidential: Was Jason Day's playoff loss a step forward or backward?
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    Tour Confidential: Was Jason Day's playoff loss a step forward or backward?

    Every Sunday night, GOLF.com conducts an e-mail roundtable with writers from Sports Illustrated and GOLF Magazine. Check in every week for the unfiltered opinions of our writers and editors and join the conversation by tweeting us @golf_com.1. Jason Day

  • Near-flawless Lexi Thompson wins wire-to-wire at Kingsmill
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    Near-flawless Lexi Thompson wins wire-to-wire at Kingsmill

    Lexi Thompson hopes she can finally put the ANA Inspiration rules mess behind her. Thompson shot her third 6-under 65 on Sunday to finish off a nearly flawless wire-to-wire victory in the Kingsmill Championship with a tournament-record 20-under 264 total. She broke the record of 19 under at Kingsmill's River Course set by Annika Sorenstam in 2008. The victory came in Thompson's third event since she lost the ANA Inspiration in a playoff after being penalized four strokes for a rules violation reported by a television viewer, and she said she hopes chatter about that situation can finally be put to rest. "I'm so over that. It is in the past. It's unfortunate what happened, but it's time to move

  • Jang rescinds LPGA membership, returning to Korea
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    Jang rescinds LPGA membership, returning to Korea

    One of the most entertaining players in the women's game is leaving the LPGA. According to a Reuters report, Ha Na Jang is rescinding her LPGA membership and will return to play full-time in her native South Korea beginning next month. She is expected to hold a news conference on Tuesday to address the decision. Jang, 25, won three LPGA titles last year and added a fourth in February at the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open. Jang quickly became known for her post-victory celebrations, but she struggled to distance herself from a freak accident involving her father and fellow LPGA star In Gee Chun. In March 2016, Jang's father dropped a travel bag down an escalator at the Singapore airport that