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Koch invested in experience over youth with her picks for the forthcoming duel with the United States

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Tiger Woods congratulates his playing partner Scott Brown (left) after a hole-in-one

Woods began the final day harbouring sincere hopes, just two off the lead

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Day was embraced by his caddie and mentor Col Swatton

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The often abrasive champion won more than 60 tournaments

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The 27-year-old was in tears even before tapping in for par on the 18th

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Live updates from the final major of the year

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Jordan Spieth looks on at Whistling Straits

The tournament concludes today

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Rory McIlroy hits a drive on the ninth hole during the third round of the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits

The world No 1 came out smoking with two birdies and an eagle in his opening five holes

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Tiger Woods returned to Whistling Straits at 7am to complete the final five holes of his disrupted second round

Third missed cut on the spin leaves American without any meaningful golf left

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Live updates from the final major of the year

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Rose blamed himself for failing to complete his round

The lead is shared by Jason Day, who has four holes to play, and Matt Jones, who has six

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Live updates from the final major of the year

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Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth during their first round at Whistling Straits

The pair trail leader Dustin Johnson by five shots after day one at Whistling Straits

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Dustin Johnson hit a six-under par round on the opening day of the US PGA to take the clubhouse lead

American gets off to his usual strong start and must keep his wits about him to avoid the mistakes that have cost him at majors in the past

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Live updates from the final major of the year

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Joey Barton has joined Burnley on a one-year deal
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