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It will take a humungous heave to pull in the field from here, the kind of feat that is commonplace in Inbee Park's season of unprecedented riches. No one needs convincing of Park's status as the world's best female golfer. A fourth major victory on the spin to keep her grand slam ambitions alive would add lustre to her name but hardly substance.

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Donaldson thrills record crowds with victory at last

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Michael Vaughan, the former England captain, is to be taken off ‘Test Match Special’ duty to work at the Master

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