• Kuchar battles dizziness during Canada opener
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    Kuchar battles dizziness during Canada opener

    Days after he nearly captured The Open, Matt Kuchar struggled to stay on his feet during the opening round of the RBC Canadian Open. Kuchar made the trek from England to Ontario shortly after finishing runner-up to Jordan Spieth at Royal Birkdale. He has built a strong record at Glen Abbey Golf Course, including a runner-up in 2013 and top-10 finishes each of the last two years. But Kuchar dealt with dizzy spells throughout his opening round, a 1-under 71 during which he was visited by an on-course medic. "I had a couple of spells where I got a little bit dizzy and I felt weak. I don't know where it came from," Kuchar told reporters. "I've had plenty of time to get over the travel. Hopefully

  • Masters champ Garcia commits to Australian PGA
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    Masters champ Garcia commits to Australian PGA

    The green jacket will be making an appearance on the Gold Coast of Australia later this year. Masters champ Sergio Garcia has officially committed to the Australian PGA Championship, held Nov. 30-Dec. 3 at RACV Royal Pines Resort in Queensland. It will mark the Spaniard's first appearance in Australia since he finished T-28 at the 2010 JBWere Masters. "I look forward to celebrating the end of the year at the Australian PGA Championship," Garcia said in a statement. "It's been a long time since I have visited Australia, but I remember how welcoming the fans were and I have been trying to get back for some time now." Garcia has made the rounds already this year with the green jacket in tow, including

  • DJ 'still feeling the effects' of freak back injury
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    DJ 'still feeling the effects' of freak back injury

    Dustin Johnson conceded Wednesday that he’s still not 100 percent after suffering a freak back injury prior to the Masters. Johnson had been cruising heading into Augusta, winning three consecutive starts, but he said he slipped on a flight of stairs at his rental house and was unable to play in the year’s first major. After a tie for second at the Wells Fargo Championship, he hasn’t finished better than 54th in his last three starts – his worst stretch in more than three years.  “I’m still feeling the effects of it,” he told reporters at the RBC Canadian Open. “No pain or anything like that. But it’s still a little tight. I’m having to get worked on a good bit just to try to loosen up those