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In the coming days of Alex Murdaugh’s double murder trial, jurors will hear testimony that the once-prominent Hampton lawyer spent a decade secretly stealing millions of dollars from friends, family, clients and others who trusted him.

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Winning on the PGA Tour is big. Winning at historic sites like Pebble Beach or Riviera is even better. Justin Rose and Joaquin Niemann know the feeling. Their victories are a year apart. They also are at different stages of their careers. Both spoke passionately about the value of winning. Niemann wound up going to Saudi-backed LIV Golf. Rose would have seemed to have reason to go. But the 42-year-old stayed put. His objective was to target the majors. That meant qualifying for them. He was assured a spot only in the U.S. Open this year. And then he won at Pebble Beach, securing a spot in the Masters. Read moreColumn: Rose about majors over money heading into twilight