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Thompson finding confidence through balance

After shooting a 7-under 65 in the first round of the CME Group Tour Championship, Lexi Thompson said she was in a good place mentally on and off the golf course.

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Much-needed time off benefits Lexi Thompson

Lexi Thompson tells Michael Collins she is in a good place mentally. After Round 1 of the CME Group Tour Championship, she's in a good place on the scoreboard, too.

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Brittany Lincicome gets back to basics

Brittany Lincicome is one shot off the CME Group Tour Championship lead because an 8-year-old girl she met on Tuesday reminded her of an important lesson.

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LPGA SEASON FINALE

Winning is relative for LPGA's sister sets

Watching their sisters get their first LPGA wins this season was the big reward for Ariya Jutanugarn and Jessica Korda.

Ariya Jutanugarn on pace to make history

Rolex Player of the Year and money leader Ariya Jutanugarn is looking to complete an unprecedented clean sweep of the 2018 honors in the LPGA Tour finale.

What's at stake at the CME Group Championship

Michael Collins and Bill Fields break down what you need to know before the LPGA Tour's CME Group Championship.

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The ups and downs of sister life on tour

Having your sister playing on the LPGA Tour alongside you must be all sunshine and rainbows, right? Well, Michael Collins lets Jessica Korda explain.

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Family first for the Jutanugarn sisters

What if Michael Collins told you that the No. 1 player in the world's best day on the golf course didn't involve her own game? Ariya Jutanugarn loves her big sister, Moriya.

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Jutanugarn on spoofing her sister

Moriya Jutanugarn dishes to ESPN's Michael Collins on her younger sister, Ariya, ahead of the LPGA's CME Group Tour Championship.

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Top Headlines

Marky Mark Meets ... America's Caddie

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Mark Wahlberg describes seeing a couple LPGA Tour pros up close. Earlier he matched CME Group's $52,000 dollar donation to St. Jude Children's Hospital!

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Mark Wahlberg has a new movie coming out, loves two NFL teams, and says he's out of shape. I hate him! (I actually love the guy.)

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Kuchar Wins

Kuchar earns first PGA Tour win in over 4 years

Matt Kuchar ended more than four years without a PGA Tour victory Sunday by closing with a 2-under 69 and holding up through a few nervous moments down the stretch to win the Mayakoba Golf Classic.

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