Hideki Matsuyama was only 5 when he first saw Tiger Woods, watching on videotape that 1997 Masters victory. Even sweeter was standing next to Woods in his Sunday red shirt to receive yet another trophy.
Individual errors proved costly for Liverpool and Manchester United on a day of late goals and incredible comebacks in English soccer on Sunday.
Lazio's Brazilian defender Wallace gifted the ball to Kevin Strootman, who scored Roma's opener midway through the second half and Radja Nainggolan then doubled the lead for a 2-0 win Sunday.
Stephen Curry scored 20 of his 31 points in the third quarter and the Warriors ran their NBA-record streak of regular season games without consecutive losses to 106 by beating Suns 138-109.
Harold Varner was two clear of Andrew Dodt and four clear of former No 1-ranked Adam Scott.
Matsuyama holed out for eagle with a wedge and kept his mistakes to a minimum for a 7-under 65 to build a seven-shot lead over Henrik Stenson (66) and Dustin Johnson (72).
Nigeria scored late to deny Cameroon a home triumph and extend its dominance of the women's African Cup of Nations with a 1-0 win in the final on Saturday.
Chelsea has apologized to a former player who was sexually abused while a member of the club's youth team.
Relying on a long list of promising young players, many of them developed in the club's youth academy, Atalanta had put together six consecutive wins and a nine-match unbeaten streak.
Montpellier abruptly halted Paris Saint-Germain's 12-match unbeaten run with the defending French league champion losing 3-0 Saturday.