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  1. The PGA Tour put in place this year a $40 million bonus plan that will reward the top players who drive engagement with sponsors and fans.
  2. Michelle Wie West hopes the WNBA-inspired #HoodieForGolf campaign raises awareness for the LPGA and women's sports while raising money for programs aimed to increase participation in golf by girls in Black communities.
  3. Seamus Power has tested positive for COVID-19 and withdrawn from the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. He will be replaced by Zack Sucher as David Hearn's partner for the event.
  4. To attend the U.S. Open and U.S. Women's Open, residents of California must provide a negative COVID-19 test or proof of vaccination and those from out of state must be fully vaccinated.
  5. In the memo obtained by ESPN, the PGA Tour said while it will not mandate vaccination, it will require those who do not get the shots to still be tested each week for COVID-19 within 72 hours of arrival on-site and at their own expense.
  6. Stewart Cink is just the fourth player to win twice in the same PGA Tour season after turning 47.
  7. Steve Stricker closed with a 5-under 67 on Sunday, forcing himself ahead of a crowded pack to win this weekend's PGA Tour Champions event in Florida.
  8. From the NFL to NBA to boxing, there is plenty going on in the sports world. David Purdum and Doug Kezirian take a look at the sports betting landscape.
  9. United States' John Catlin claimed his third European Tour title in eight months after defeating Germany's Maximilian Kieffer in a thrilling playoff battle at the Austrian Open on Sunday.
  10. Lydia Ko shot a final-round 65 to finish with a tournament-record 28-under 260 and a seven-shot victory at the Lotte Championship.