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    1. Posnanski: Serena, Spieth vie for grand slam history

      NBC Sports via Yahoo! SportsJul 14 08:00 AM

      Both Serena Williams and Jordan Spieth can see their sport's version of the grand slam in sight, and Joe Posnanski chronicles the past and forecasts the future to give his take on which athlete will rewrite history.

    2. Netflix Monday: 'Happy Valley'

      TheCelebrityCafe.comJul 06 05:12 PM

      It's been one week since my oldest sister, Trisha, officially became a Penn State woman. read more

    3. The storylines coming into Monday were all about the possibility of Jordan Spieth winning his third straight major of the year. Or Jason Day winning his first ever. Or amateur Paul Dunne shocking the field and triumphing after going into the final round tied atop the leaderboard. Or Louis Oosthuizen winning his second British Open. Zach Johnson wasn't interested in those storylines . Instead ...

    4. Paul Dunne is only 18 holes away from entering the same company as Bobby Jones. The 22-year-old amateur is in a three-way tie for the 36-hole lead at the 2015 British Open. Should he win the Claret Jug, he'd be the first amateur champion since Jones in 1927, per ESPN . Dunne still has a long way to go, of course. Eleven golfers are all within three shots of he, Jason Day and Louis Oosthuizen ...

    5. Tom Watson's career reaches its denouement this week when he plays in his 38th and final British Open, at the Old Course.

    6. The kid from Iona had a good arm—good enough to light up a radar gun at 95 mph, good enough to attract major league scouts and eventually good enough to convince the Washington Nationals to draft him and give him $410,700. The kid had a good arm, but plenty of kids have good arms, and this kid didn't stand out enough that you'd know his name. Except that in his case, you do know his name ...

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