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Ill Day withdraws from WGC in Mexico

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) Jason Day has withdrawn from the Mexico Championship because of an infection in both ears and the flu.

The World Golf Championship, to be held in Mexico City this week for the first time and featuring the highest altitude for a PGA Tour event, was poised to have all the top 50 golfers in the world. Day is No. 2 in the world. He lost his top ranking last week to Dustin Johnson, who won at Riviera. Read More...

Yang cruises to LPGA Thailand victory

CHONBURI, Thailand (AP) Amy Yang rarely wavered with a big lead during the final round of the Thailand LPGA tournament, shooting a 4-under 68 to win by five strokes Sunday.

Due to rain delays, Yang was forced to play her final five holes of the third round on Sunday morning, and she led by five strokes after 54 holes. Read More...

Nicklaus: Woods "biggest puzzle I know"

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) Jack Nicklaus says he was "painting a picture" when he suggested after a practice round with Tiger Woods at the 1996 Masters that Woods had the game to win at least 10 green jackets.

He referred to Woods as a "puzzle" on Sunday at the Honda Classic. Read More...

Fichardt wins rain-affected Joburg Open

JOHANNESBURG (AP) Darren Fichardt won the weather-affected Joburg Open with a 4-under 68 on Sunday for a 1-shot victory over Stuart Manley and Paul Waring in a tournament reduced to three rounds because of rain and a waterlogged course.

South African Fichardt birdied his last hole, straight after dropping a shot on No. 17, to finish 15-under par overall and just ahead of Welshman Manley and Englishman Waring. Read More...

No games: Bryan tied for lead at Honda

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) This was not a trick. This was a PGA Tour event.

Wesley Bryan, the PGA Tour rookie best known for the trick-shot videos he makes with his brother George, was so far right of the eighth fairway Friday in the Honda Classic that he was seemingly blocked out by the trees with limited options - or not many good ones, anyway. Read More...

2-time major winner Cabrera investigated

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) Former U.S. Open and Masters champion Angel Cabrera is being investigated for allegedly causing "minor injuries" to his ex-partner.

A spokeswoman for the prosecutor's office in Cordoba in western Argentina told The Associated Press on Thursday that Cabrera had been interviewed and released. He was not expected to offer more testimony, the office said. Read More...