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Golf Central

Golf Channel Mobile Feed: Golf Talk Central
  1. Rory McIlroy has always been one of the most outspoken players on the PGA Tour, and now he's saying enough is enough when it comes to slow play talk.
  2. Justin Thomas explained on Wednesday that he and Brooks Koepka have a season-long bet based on who has more hole outs. A bet that Thomas will more than likely collect on Sunday.
  3. Every player in the Tour Championship field wants to win and earn the $15 million FedExCup prize. But their competitive nature also means they want the lowest total score, too.
  4. Justin Thomas starts the week with a two-shot lead and an even bigger target on his back. Even with the upper hand, he's more vulnerable than the previous FedExCup leaders who came to East Lake.
  5. When people say it’s not about the money it’s always about the money. That is unless it’s Rory McIlroy offering his insight into this year’s bonus boost for the FedExCup.
  6. How fans will embrace the new strokes-based scoring at the Tour Championship will be a common topic this week, but the bigger question might be how players adjust.
  7. Vancouver’s Michelle Liu will become the youngest player to compete in the CP Women’s Open when she tees it up Thursday at Magna Golf Club in Ontario, Canada.
  8. PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan and Augusta National chairman Fred Ridley teamed with President Trump this past weekend in a high-profile golf match.
  9. Juli Inkster said she hasn't been sleeping well ahead of her U.S. Solheim Cup captain's picks, and the truth is that she wishes she had one or two more picks available to her.
  10. The American Solheim Cup effort is down to one final, grueling week of qualifying and a couple of tough choices for the team captain.