• JT: Jealousy of Spieth's Open win fueled PGA triumph
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    JT: Jealousy of Spieth's Open win fueled PGA triumph

    With the Wanamaker Trophy sitting comfortably behind him, Justin Thomas opened up about his emotions watching Jordan Spieth win The Open - and how it helped him win the PGA Championship a few weeks later. Thomas missed the cut at Royal Birkdale but stuck around for the weekend and was behind the 18th green to greet Spieth after his three-shot win over Matt Kuchar. He explained Tuesday on Golf Channel's "Morning Drive" that his feelings in the moment were varied. "I mean anytime you can watch your friends win, let alone a tournament but a major, it's motivating. It's inspiring," Thomas said. "I mean, I was extremely happy for him, but I was jealous. I'm not going to lie or sugarcoat anything,

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    Guy loses out on winning $2.5 million golf bet in gut-wrenching fashion

    On April 2, London golf pro named Jordan Baker published his picks for the 2017 four golf majors, making risky choices for the 2017 schedule but choices that he expected to pay off in a big way. @imBenHervey pic.twitter.com/p7FBkquK2l — Bakes (@OfficialBakes

  • Creamer out to prove in Solheim Cup she's still got game
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    Creamer out to prove in Solheim Cup she's still got game

    For virtually her entire career, Paula Creamer has been a lock to play in the Solheim Cup. But her results have declined and U.S. captain Juli Inkster told her that for the first time she wouldn't be playing. Then Jessica Korda withdrew because of a forearm injury, and Creamer was on the team. Creamer, the first alternate to play in the top team event in women's golf, is the lowest-ranked American on the squad. The biennial tournament between the U.S. and Europe begins Friday at Des Moines Golf and Country Club. Creamer is intent on showing she can still play at golf's highest level. "It's an interesting feeling," she said. "After everything got announced I put my big-girl pants on and was like