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Former champ Z. Johnson surges at Valero
Zach Johnson seemed headed for a missed cut during the opening round of the Valero Texas Open, but now the two-time champ shares the lead.
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U.S. Open champ Koepka (wrist) to return at Zurich
Previously sidelined with a wrist injury, U.S. Open champ Brooks Koepka will make his first start in nearly four months at next week's Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
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Garcia tosses driver, likely to miss Valero cut
Sergio Garcia got a little frustrated during the second round of the Valero Texas Open, and his driver paid the price.
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Watch: Jesper hits rock, flies bridge, makes par
It's not often you'll hear an accomplished professional declare that he made one of his greatest par saves on a par-3 course. But Jesper Parnevik can - and did - make that claim.
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McIlroy on winning the Masters: 'It'll happen'
Two weeks after letting a green jacket slip through his grasp, Rory McIlroy remains confident that he'll still someday find a way to win the Masters.
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Horschel (68) builds on momentum at Valero
Fresh off a T-5 finish at the RBC Heritage, Billy Horschel built on his momentum with a 4-under 68 to sit one shot off the lead at the Valero Texas Open.
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Murray battles wind, takes early Valero lead
Amid a feast-or-famine season, Grayson Murray appears poised for another meal after taking the early lead at the Valero Texas Open.
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Sources confirm Charles Schwab to sponsor Colonial event
Multiple sources have confirmed that officials at Colonial will announce a new sponsorship agreement with Charles Schwab.
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Fire damages National Golf Links of America clubhouse
A fire broke out Wednesday at National Golf Links of America in Southampton, N.Y., causing "extensive damage" to a portion of the clubhouse.
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Chappell returns to Valero as defending champ
Kevin Chappell returns to the Valero Texas Open one year after breaking through for his first career PGA Tour victory.
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Scott returns to Valero with major streak in jeopardy
Former Valero Texas Open champ Adam Scott is back in San Antonio for the first time since 2011 as he looks to build some momentum to keep his streak of consecutive major appearances intact.
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Golf greats mourn passing of Barbara Bush
Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus both took to social media to share their thoughts and memories of former First Lady Barbara Bush, who died Tuesday at age 92.
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Garcia returns to action after watery Masters
Two weeks after an octuple-bogey 13 doomed his chances at the Masters, Sergio Garcia is set to make his first start at the Valero Texas Open since 2010.
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Valero Texas Open: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The PGA Tour travels to he Lone Star State for the Valero Texas Open. Here are the key stats and information for play at the difficult TPC San Antonio.
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Top-ranked am Niemann making pro debut at Valero
Former top-ranked amateur Joaquin Niemann is set to make his professional debut this week at the Valero Texas Open.
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Garcia grouped with Horschel, Kim at Valero
Sergio Garcia is set to return to the Valero Texas Open for the first time since 2010, and he'll play the first two rounds alongside Billy Horschel and Si Woo Kim.
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San Francisco receives probation after NCAA violations
The University of San Francisco’s men’s golf program last week received a one-year probation last week after the NCAA determined that two former head coaches engaged in recruiting violations over a four-...
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Rosaforte Report: Si Woo's putting woes
In this week's Rosaforte Report: Si Woo Kim's putting cost him a second title, Luke List gets back on the cusp of victory and Dennis Walters earns another great honor in his amazing career.
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Spieth's agent joins WME, IMG as partner
After stepping down as COO of Lagardere Sports U.S., Jordan Spieth's agent Jay Danzi has signed on as a partner at WME, the parent company of IMG.
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Garcia, Crenshaw team to win club member-member
With three green jackets between them, Sergio Garcia and Ben Crenshaw teamed up this weekend to win the Member-Member tournament at Crenshaw-designed Austin Golf Club.
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Finchem earned over $9 million in final year as commissioner
Tim Finchem, who was stepped down as commissioner of the PGA Tour in 2016, had a combined income of over $9 million in his final year as commissioner.
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Poulter moves to Ryder Cup bubble after Heritage
After another top-10 finish at the RBC Heritage, Ian Poulter is on the cusp of an automatic qualifying spot for Europe for this year's Ryder Cup.
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DeChambeau cracks OWGR top 50 for first time
After another close call on the PGA Tour, Bryson DeChambeau has cracked the top 50 in the Official World Golf Ranking for the first time.
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RBC Heritage purse payout: Kodaira makes $1.2M
Satoshi Kodaira defeated Si Woo Kim in a playoff to win the RBC Heritage. Here's a look at how the purse was paid out at Harbour Town.
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After Further Review: Here's how to curb distance
If distance gains are still a concern, this week’s PGA Tour stop at Harbour Town Golf Links is a timely example that dialing back the golf ball may not be the answer.
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DJ does enough to retain No. 1 ranking at RBC
Dustin Johnson was in jeopardy of losing his world No. 1 ranking, but a Sunday 67 ensured that his reign will continue for at least a few more weeks.
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Four straight misses inside 10 feet cost Kim
Si Woo Kim's putter went cold at the worst possible time, as four straight short misses led to a playoff loss to Satoshi Kodaira at the RBC Heritage.
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Kodaira bests Kim to win RBC Heritage playoff
Satoshi Kodaira birdied the third extra hole to defeat Si Woo Kim in a playoff and win the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town on Hilton Head Island.
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Poulter eyeing his second win in three weeks
Ian Poulter will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the RBC Heritage. Here's what You Oughta Know ahead Sunday at Harbour Town.
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Watch: Early triple sinks DeChambeau in 75
Bryson DeChambeau followed an opening birdie with a most-unfortunate, triple bogey-8 on Saturday at the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town.
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Sunday tee times pushed up at RBC Heritage
The PGA Tour has decided to move up final-round tee times for the RBC Heritage on Sunday in an effort to avoid "the possibility of strong afternoon thunderstorms."
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DeChambeau leads RBC by 1 at halfway point
Two years after dazzling in his pro debut at the RBC Heritage, Bryson DeChambeau fired a second-round 64 to take a one-shot lead at Harbour Town.
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Watch: DJ turns around, chips lefty, saves par
With a tree preventing him from taking his normal stance, Dustin Johnson stood on the other side of the ball, turned his wedge over, and played this shot.
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Kraft misses Heritage cut after bird strike
Kelly Kraft will miss the cut at the RBC Heritage thanks in large part to an unfortunate tee shot that hit a bird mid-flight.
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Former champ Snedeker contending at Heritage
After sitting out the Masters for the first time in nearly a decade, former RBC Heritage champ Brandt Snedeker is back in the mix at Harbour Town.
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Poulter (64) continues hot streak at RBC
Still buoyed by his playoff win in Houston, Ian Poulter continued his recent run of good form with a bogey-free 64 to grab a share of the early lead at the RBC Heritage.
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FedEx to sponsor Memphis-based WGC event in 2019
A long-rumored move became official Thursday as the PGA Tour announced that a World Golf Championship will be heading to Memphis beginning in 2019.
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Podcast: Chamblee says Fowler needs 'arrogance'
In this edition of the Golf Channel Podcast, Brandel Chamblee breaks down the Masters and Rickie Fowler's major chances going forward.
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DJ opens with 69 despite putting woes at RBC Heritage
In his four previous rounds at the RBC Heritage, Dustin Johnson had only broken par once, so consider Thursday’s opening 69 progress for the world No. 1.
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Horschel (66) finds game on Augusta range after MC
Last Saturday, Billy Horschel painted a determined picture on the Augusta National practice tee, grinding hard on his game as a storm approached.
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Thornberry, Xiong headline Hogan Award semifinalists
Reigning NCAA champion Braden Thornberry headlines the list of contenders for the Ben Hogan Award, which recognizes the top amateur player over a 12-month period.
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Sabbatini goes from questionable to Heritage leader
When Rory Sabbatini arrived at Harbour Town early Thursday morning he wasn’t sure he’d be able to play. Now, he's leading.
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Woods officially commits to U.S. Open
No one is sure when Tiger Woods' next start will be, but it was confirmed on Thursday that he plans to play the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills.
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Reed wears green jacket to Chick-Fil-A drive thru
Days after winning the Masters, Patrick Reed wore his green jacket during a quick trip through the drive-thru at Chick-Fil-A near his home in Texas.
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Senior Players Champ. replacing WGC at Firestone
With the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational leaving town, Akron's Firestone Country Club is now the new home of the Senior Players' Championship.
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If feds allow betting, Tour prepared to go all in
The PGA Tour will support regulated gambling on its competitions if the Supreme Court overturns a federal ban on betting.
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Players, caddies play mini golf to raise money for Barber's caddie
A group of players and caddies gathered at a mini golf course on Tuesday night in Hilton Head to raise money for Cory Gilmer, Blayne Barber’s caddie.
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DJ on short Harbour Town: 'Just like any other golf course'
Dustin Johnson was born in Columbia, S.C., and returns to the state’s only PGA Tour event this week with mixed emotions.
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Captain Furyk: Reed is 'emotional spark' of Ryder Cup team
Jim Furyk had a busy Sunday planned. His daughter was playing in a volleyball tournament and he needed to pack for this week’s RBC Heritage.
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LPGA unveils new Q-Series, to debut at Pinehurst
The LPGA announced details Wednesday about its brand new Q-Series, which will replace the final stage of qualifying school and will be held for the first time this fall at Pinehurst.
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Loves keeping family tradition alive at RBC Heritage
Davis Love’s son, Dru, began accompanying his father to the RBC Heritage when he was 5 years old. He’s now 24 and will tee it up this week alongside his father.
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NCAA favorite Oklahoma St. wins 7th straight event
With less than two months left in the college season, Oklahoma State looks like a prohibitive favorite to win the NCAA Championship. Especially on its home course.
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DJ grouped with Kuchar, Bryan in Hilton Head
It’s been nearly a decade since Dustin Johnson played the RBC Heritage, but if he needs any help finding his way around, he’ll have plenty of help.
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Coach Gregory: Reed is 'really going to take off'
Patrick Reed's college coach Josh Gregory expects Reed's major breakthrough at Augusta to give him even more confidence going forward.
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Stock Watch: Rory's slam chances taking on water
It's just a matter of time until Rory McIlroy slips on the green jacket, finishes the career grand slam and joins golf's most exclusive club, right? ... Right?
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Punch Shot: Post-Masters questions, Rory to Tiger
After a little bit of time to soak it all in, GolfChannel.com writers Ryan Lavner and Will Gray answer the biggest questions to emerge from the 82nd Masters.
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Report: WGC moving from Akron to Memphis in 2019
The PGA Tour is reportedly set to announce that the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational will move from Akron to Memphis beginning in 2019.
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Photos: Finau shows off injured, purple ankle
A top-10 finish at the Masters is impressive under any conditions, but these images of Tony Finau's ankle make his effort a lot more commendable.
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Zurich Classic to feature first-tee walk-up music
The PGA Tour is about to get a little louder as it was announced on Monday that teams will get introductory music over the weekend in New Orleans.
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Masters 2018: Augusta National by the numbers
Take an inside look at some of the scoring trends this week at Augusta National, where Patrick Reed slipped into his first green jacket.
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Man marries, then wins $1M in Masters fantasy game
Drew Mathews got married Friday, then upstaged the festivities by winning the $1 million top prize in DraftKings' annual Masters fantasy contest.
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Spieth, DJ, Rory open as U.S. Open betting favorites
With a memorable Masters in the books, Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy opened as betting co-favorites for the upcoming U.S. Open.
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Reed moves to top of U.S. Ryder Cup race
Patrick Reed's Masters victory brought with it many spoils, one of which was a seemingly guaranteed spot on this year's U.S. Ryder Cup team.
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Masters purse payout and crystal won
Patrick Reed won the Masters Tournament by one stroke over Rickie Fowler. Augusta National does not just give out money, however.
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Spieth up to OWGR No. 3, Reed on cusp of top 10
Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler both moved up in the Official World Golf Rankings after the Masters, but the biggest jump was reserved for Patrick Reed.
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Support for McIlroy motivates Reed
Yes, Patrick Reed noticed the patrons at Augusta National cheered louder for Rory McIlroy. No, he didn’t care. Yes, he used it as motivation.
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Break on 13 gives Reed confidence to finish the job
Patrick Reed admitted that his approach on 13 Sunday was one of the few shots he hit all week that he wasn’t committed to, and predictably, it didn’t turn out well.
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Reed wins Masters ... so is he a top 5 player now?
Patrick Reed is probably pleased that now he’ll be known most for winning a green jacket, although he’s never particularly cared what others think of him.
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Spieth on 12: 'Most pressure‑packed shot I've ever hit'
Jordan Spieth has some bad history at Augusta National's par-3 12th hole. On Sunday, he faced it head on and met the challenge.
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Rory '100 percent' believes he'll win someday
Rory McIlroy was in contention at the Masters, looking for the final piece of his career Grand Slam puzzle, and sputtered mightily Sunday.
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Spieth nearly mounted greatest-ever comeback
Jordan Spieth didn’t win the 82nd Masters Tournament, but he has never been more satisfied falling short in a major championship.
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They said it: Best quotes from Sunday at the Masters
Everyone thinks about it. One putt to win the Masters. Patrick Reed got to live it on Sunday. Here's a sampling of the best quotes from Day 4.
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Rahm on second Masters: Weren't many downs
Jon Rahm summed up his second Masters appearance perfectly when he said, “there weren’t many downs.” But there was one.
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Runner-up Fowler: I am ready to win a major
Rickie Fowler can’t wait to get to the U.S. Open in 10 weeks, because he has never felt more confident he can break through and win a major championship.
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Reed survives challenges, wins Masters by 1
There were more challenges than he may have expected, but in the end Patrick Reed did just enough to win the 2018 Masters by one shot to claim his first major title.
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TT postscript: Closes in 69, so what's next?
Tiger Woods saved his best for last at the Masters, shooting a 3-under 69 on Sunday to finish at 1-over-par total.
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Watch: Hoffman makes unusual ace on 16 Sunday
While the spotlight was on Patrick Reed, Charley Hoffman was dazzling Masters patrons with a hole-in-one on the 16th hole Sunday.
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Phil: I put too much pressure on myself in majors
Phil Mickelson acknowledged Sunday that time, as in it running out, is having an effect on him in major championships.
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Watch: Webb's back-to-back eagles Sunday
Webb Simpson became just the fourth person in Masters history to make back-to-back eagles when he dunked it at No. 7 and chipped in at No. 8 on Sunday.
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Tiger Tracker: 82nd Masters Tournament
Tiger Woods shot 3-under 69 on Sunday at the Masters bringing his four-round total to 1-over 289. We tracked him at Augusta National.
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Watch: Tiger nearly aces 4th, eagles 15th
Tiger Woods very nearly recorded his first competitive hole-in-one in 20 years at the par-3 fourth on Sunday at the Masters.
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No rain in the forecast for Masters Sunday
The final round of the Masters will be played under partly-cloudy skies, with cooler temperatures.
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How to watch the 2018 Masters on TV and online
It's Masters week. Here is your guide to getting complete coverage of the men's first major on TV and online.
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Watch: Reed makes eagles at Nos. 13 and 15
With Rory McIlroy hot on his heels, Patrick Reed eagled the par-5 13th and then added another eagle at the par-5 15th on Saturday at Augusta.
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More pressure Sunday: Rory or Reed?
Patrick Reed or Rory McIlroy. Who will face more pressure Sunday during the final round of the Masters? McIlroy says Reed. Reed says McIlroy.
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McIlroy survives 'sea of pink' to salvage par at 13
Rory McIlroy was hotly in contention in the third round of the Masters when he blew his second shot into the par-5 13th into the signature azaleas.
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Spieth can't solve 'lid on the hole' in third-round 71
Jordan Spieth lost more ground on Masters Moving Day with a 1-under 71 as the leaders sere making birdies and eagles all over Augusta National.
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They said it, Day 3: Who's under pressure?
With Patrick Reed holding a three-shot lead over Rory McIlroy, McIlroy says all the pressure is on Reed. A sampling of the best quotes from Day 3 at the Masters.
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Sunday tee times, pairings for the 82nd Masters
Here's a look at the final-round pairings for the 82nd Masters, including the final group of Patrick Reed-Rory McIlroy for a 2016 Ryder Cup Part II.
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Remember when: Watch Rory-Reed Ryder Cup highlights
Take a look back at highlights from the incredible Sunday singles match between Patrick Reed and Rory McIlroy at the 2016 Ryder Cup.
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Fowler in contention after best Masters round (65)
With his best round at Augusta (65), Rickie Fowler is in position to wipe away last year’s final-round frustration at the Masters.
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Reed 6/5 favorite to win Masters, McIlroy 7/4
Patrick Reed is a betting favorite heading into the final round of the Masters, but Rory McIlroy remains hot on his heels.
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Ryder Cup reprise: Reed leads McIlroy at Masters
Patrick Reed and Rory McIlroy had a memorable singles match in the 2016 Ryder Cup. They will now duel Sunday at the Masters.
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Rahm overcomes opening 75, in contention at Masters
Jon Rahm posted rounds of 75-68-65 to vault up the leaderboard at the Masters. His Saturday 65 matched the low round of the week.
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Watch: Rory chips in for eagle to tie lead
Rory McIlroy started the day five shots back but needed just eight holes to catch overnight leader Patrick Reed atop the leaderboard at 9 under par.
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Woods finally avoids Rae's Creek: Gave it a little more gas
Tiger Woods found Rae’s Creek with his tee shots on both Thursday and Friday and went bogey, bogey on No. 12; but his fortunes changed on Saturday.
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TT postscript: Highlight is a routine par
Tiger Woods played his best of the week Saturday during the third round of the Masters, but it still produced only an even-par round of 72.
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Casey posts week's best (69) alongside marker
Paul Casey enjoyed his round with marker Jeff Knox and even attributed his improved play to his playing partner on a rainy morning at Augusta National.
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Watch: Whiff (triple), driver off the deck (eagle) for Phil
After blowing his opening drive into the right trees Saturday, Phil Mickelson attempted to punch out into the fairway. He swung ... and he missed.
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