By Frank Pingue TORONTO (Reuters) - Matt Kuchar will try to carry the momentum from his near-miss at the British Open into this week's Canadian Open in Oakville where world number one Dustin Johnson hopes to rediscover the solid form he enjoyed earlier this year. Kuchar, who on Sunday missed out
Australian golfer Jarrod Lyle is in hospital undergoing tests in Melbourne, his family said on Wednesday, prompting fears he is facing a third battle against acute myeloid leukemia. The 35-year-old, who played several seasons on the U.S. PGA Tour and won two titles on the Web.Com Tour, has previously
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