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Spieth drains 35-foot birdie.

Jordan Spieth drops to an impressive 9 under par at the Travelers Championship by sinking a long putt.

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Jordan Spieth's 69 on Friday didn't match his 63 from Round 1, but the two-time major winner still walked off the course with the lead at the Travelers Championship.

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Rory on the number

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Sobel expecting big late summer push from McIlroy.

Jason Sobel examines Rory McIlroy's recent play while also forecasting his upcoming schedule.

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Rory McIlroy was on the cut line Friday afternoon at the Travelers Championship, his ball resting in the fairway just 105 yards from the final hole. He took out a wedge, aimed at his target -- and hit it 63 yards into the right rough. "My right foot completely came out from under me," he later explained. "It was weird. As soon as I started down, I just felt it and I couldn't stop. ... Not a very nice shot to finish with." He bogeyed the hole, but in his first career start at this event, quickly received a reprieve. As he moved down on the leaderboard, the cut line moved with him. McIlroy will enter the weekend eight strokes behind leader Jordan Spieth, but did avoid missing a second consecutive PGA Tour cut for the first time in five years.

Jason Sobel, ESPN Senior Writer

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World No. 3 Rory McIlroy nearly missed the cut Friday at the Travelers Championship and spoke about the challenges ahead ... before he knew if he'd be playing 36 more holes at TPC River Highlands. (He is.)

Kevin Maguire, Golf
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Travelers Championship Highlights

Spieth still leads at Travelers.

Jordan Spieth shoots a 1-under 69 to hold the lead after Round 2 of the Travelers Championship. Rory McIlroy makes the cut at even par.

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India's Anirban Lahiri improved by 10 shots (73 to 63) from Round 1 to Round 2 at the Travelers Championship on Friday. His 63 is his lowest in his PGA Tour career. Lahiri is coming off a T-2 finish in his most recent start at Jack Nicklaus' Memorial Tournament earlier this month.

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Kaymer: Woods is the Ali of golf.

Martin Kaymer has hailed the impact Tiger Woods has had on golf, comparing it to what Muhammad Ali did for boxing.

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Spieth's Travelers Debut

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Spieth has strong debut at Travelers Championship.

Jordan Spieth didn't have much trouble playing at TPC River Highlands for the first time, as he shoots a 7-under 63 and holds the lead by a stroke after the first round.

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Two-time major winner Jordan Spieth doesn't expect to shoot 63 all four rounds at the Travelers Championship, but it's a good start.

Kevin Maguire, Golf
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Rory's Travelers Debut

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McIlroy knocks it close.

Rory McIlroy's second shot on the par-4 12th hole in Round 1 at the Travelers Championship stops 3 feet from the hole.

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Rory McIlroy, who struggled with 30 putts in his opening-round 67 on Thursday at the Travelers Championship, said he's debating what to do with the flatstick.

Kevin Maguire, Golf
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Can This Actor Putt?

Josh Duhamel puts golf skills to the test.

Actor Josh Duhamel joins Cornell Jones on ESPN's campus to answer some questions and show off his golf game.

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Who's idea was the Phil Mickelson and Jim "Bones" Mackay split? The answers will be in the actions they take next.

Michael Collins, ESPN Senior Writer
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What made Annika amazing?

LPGA golfer Annika Sorenstam recorded eight player-of-the-year awards and is the richest money winner in LPGA Tour history. Tennis legend Billie Jean King explains why Sorenstam is the best golfer that's ever lived.

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Travelers Championship

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Rory McIlroy is playing this week at the Travelers Championship and he's quite pleased with the new PGA Tour rule that aims to get more golfers competing in events that they haven't previously played.

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After shooting a record-setting 63 in Round 3 at the U.S. Open, Justin Thomas didn't clinch his first major victory Sunday at Erin Hills. This week at the Travelers Championship, the 24-year-old four-time PGA Tour winner expressed his confidence about his major chances.

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Phil and "Bones" still close despite split.

Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser believe that Jim "Bones" Mackay will find another top golfer to caddy for, but are happy that he and Phil Mickelson are still close despite parting ways.

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Bubba Watson

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Bubba: Caddie better be someone you're close with.

Bubba Watson gives his take on caddies on the heels of Phil Mickelson's parting of ways with 'Bones' Mackay.

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Bubba: U.S. Open was 'a weird golf tournament.'

Bubba Watson tells Ryen Russillo pro golfers are improving on what Tiger Woods brought to the sport and that manifested itself at Erin Hills.

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SVP On Golf

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Bones and Phil's relationship like no other.

SVP's 1 Big Thing is the significance of Phil Mickelson and caddie Jim 'Bones' Mackay's run together coming to an end after 25 years.

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Day talks Koepka and caddies.

Jason Day joins Scott Van Pelt to discuss Brooks Koepka's U.S. Open win, Phil Mickelson leaving caddie Jim "Bones" Mackay and his own relationship with his caddie.

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Garcia determined to win in Munich.

Sergio Garcia is determined to win his first tournament back on European soil at the BMW International Open since he won the Masters.

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What's Tigers' future on the golf course?

Bob Harig explains why Tiger Woods' recent decision to seek professional help won't directly affect his return to the course as he was expected to miss the 2017 season for surgery recovery.

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Koepka pulls away to capture U.S. Open.

Brooks Koepka becomes the seventh consecutive first-time major winner by finishing at 16-under to win the U.S. Open, tying Rory McIlroy's lowest score to par in the tournament's history.

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Koepka's rhythm and composure crucial to victory.

Andy North says Brooks Koepka's ability to control his emotions through 72 pressure-packed holes was a key factor in winning the U.S. Open.

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The Koepka Connection

The Koepka Connection

A phone call with DJ hit home.

Brooks Koepka describes a brief phone conversation he had with Dustin Johnson on Saturday night and a suggestion for Koepka from last year's U.S. Open champion.

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Koepka's college coach full of pride.

While taking in a Florida-TCU College World Series game, Brooks Koepka's Florida State golf coach Trey Jones shares what Koepka was like in college and expresses how proud he is of his former player for winning the U.S. Open.

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Blimp Crashes Near U.S. Open

Blimp Crashes Near U.S. Open

Pilot survives blimp crash.

An advertising blimp crashed about a half a mile from the U.S. Open, held at Erin Hills golf course in Wisconsin, the pilot is reportedly "OK."

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Mickelson withdraws

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It's official: With no weather delays to start the 117th U.S. Open Championship, Phil Mickelson has officially withdrawn from the tournament. Two weeks ago, the six-time runner-up in this event announced that his oldest daughter Amanda would be speaking at her graduation in the San Diego area today and he would be attending. Mickelson didn't initially withdraw, hoping that delays could still help him make his tee time, however that didn't happen. This marks the first major since the 1994 Masters that will feature neither Mickelson nor Tiger Woods. The first alternate entering today, Roberto Diaz, will take Mickelson's place in the 3:20 p.m. ET tee time.

Jason Sobel, ESPN Senior Writer

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Mickelson, Tiger leaving room for new champs.

Mike Tirico weighs in on which first-time major winners have the best shot at capturing the U.S. Open now that Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods aren't on the greens.

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ESPN World Fame 100: Know your famous athletes.

We asked fans from around the globe if they could identify athletes in the ESPN World Fame Top 10.

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NFL's Best Golfers?

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Garcia conquers all, wins Masters

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