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Augusta announces no fans at Masters

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The Masters, known as much for the roars as the raw beauty of Augusta National, will be on mute this year. The club decided Wednesday there will be no spectators.

That means all three majors in this year of COVID-19 will not have fans, and the silence figures to be most deafening at Augusta National when the Masters is played Nov. 12-15.

From the opening holes down to Amen Corner all the way through the back nine, players can often figure out what's happening with others just by listening. That will be missing this year, along with the azalea and dogwood blooms from having to move it from April.

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Zach Johnson wins Payne Stewart Award

Zach Johnson had quick success after a long road to the PGA Tour. He won as a rookie and reached the Tour Championship in Atlanta, where one of the perks was attending a ceremony to watch Jay Haas accept the Payne Stewart Award.

He remembers it being powerful, inspiring, motivating. Read More...

Thomas assured No. 1 seed, $2M bonus

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Justin Thomas shot only one round in the 60s at Harding Park, tied for 37th and lost the No. 1 ranking that he had held all of one week.

The week wasn't a total loss. Read More...

Morikawa wins PGA title with late eagle

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The best shot of his life, the shot that made Collin Morikawa a major champion, was never supposed to happen.

He knew the tee on the 16th at Harding Park would be moved forward at the PGA Championship. He said during practice rounds that wouldn't tempt him to go for the green. But this was Sunday afternoon, right after Morikawa had chipped in for birdie to break out of a seven-way tie, and at this moment was tied again with Paul Casey. Read More...

Johnson loses major on last day again

The 54-hole lead has been a major problem for Dustin Johnson.

The 2016 U.S. Open winner entered the final round of the PGA Championship atop the leaderboard and shot 68 on Sunday. But he wound up tied for second behind first-time major winner Collin Morikawa. Read More...

McIlroy defends DJ with zinger at Koepka

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The latest from the PGA Championship, the first golf major of the year, at TPC Harding Park:

Rory McIlroy is known to speak his mind. And he thinks Brooks Koepka has taken honesty to another level. Read More...

Casey's hopes dashed by Morikawa's shot

Tied for the lead while standing on the 17th tee, Paul Casey heard what passed for a commotion on the largely silent, fan-free golf course.

He looked behind him and realized his hopes of winning the PGA Championship had suddenly, startlingly vanished. Read More...

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