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Lewis says she's expecting first child in November
Stacy Lewis is pregnant. The 12-time LPGA winner confirmed Thursday that she and husband Gerrod Chadwell,are expecting their first child on Nov. 3.
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Gooch chooses 'life over a good lie' with gators nearby
Talor Gooch’s ball came to rest Thursday within a few feet of three gators, leading to a lengthy delay as he sorted out his options.
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Koepka's game 'where it should be' even after injury
Making his first start in four months, Brooks Koepka didn't look rusty. He and his partner Marc Turnesa shot a 5-under 67 Thursday.
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Like a tattoo: Ko shares early Mediheal lead
Lydia Ko, now 21, put herself in early position Thursday to try to extend her birthday celebration through Sunday at the LPGA Mediheal Championship.
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Watch: Rose drops trou despite gator danger
Justin Rose went pantsless to play a shot in the first round of the Zurich Classic. How did it turn out? At least he stayed clean.
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Finau lifts team to opening 62 on improving ankle
Tony Finau continues to thrive on his injured ankle. He matched partner Daniel Summerhays with six birdies to shoot a combined 62 Thursday.
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Woods commits to Wells Fargo and The Players
Tiger Woods will return to action next week, having officially committed to both the Wells Fargo Championship and The Players.
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USGA receives more than 9,000 U.S. Open entries
The USGA received a total of 9,049 entries for the upcoming U.S. Open, with local qualifying set to begin on Monday.
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Report: Houston Open may move to Memorial Park in '19
The Houston Open, one of only two unsponsored events on the PGA Tour calendar, may be moving to a new venue within city limits in 2019.
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With baby on the way, Piller WDs from Zurich
With wife Gerina set to give birth to their first child, Martin Piller withdrew before the start of the first round Thursday at the Zurich Classic.
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Teams announced for NCAA DI women's regionals
Seventy-two teams and an additional 24 individuals were announced Wednesday as being selected to compete in the NCAA Division I women's regionals, May 7-9.
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Leach on grizzlies, walk-up music and hating golf
Washington State football coach Mike Leach isn't a big fan of golf, and he took time to explain why in the latest Golf Channel podcast.
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Post-Masters blitz 'exhausting' but Reed ready for return
After briefly suffering from First-Time Major Winner Fatigue, Patrick Reed is eager to get back inside the ropes this week at the Zurich Classic.
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Listen up: All the walk-up songs for Zurich Classic teams
Teams that make it to the weekend at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans will be accompanied by walk-up music to the first tee. Here's the list.
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Spieth reflects on Masters run: 'I could have shot 59'
After he nearly staged a historic comeback at the Masters, Jordan Spieth rewatched the final-round coverage to see what he could learn.
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Cancer patient who fulfilled dream of meeting Woods dies
Shane Caldwell, who fulfilled a dream of meeting Tiger Woods earlier this month at the Masters, died Monday after multiple bouts of cancer.
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With help from partner, Burns could secure Tour status
This week at the Zurich Classic, Sam Burns has yet another chance to secure special temporary membership for the rest of the PGA Tour season.
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Spieth-Palmer draw Rahm-Bryan early at Zurich
Here are some featured groups to watch this week at the Zurich Classic.
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Zurich Classic: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The PGA Tour tries team competition for the second year in a row at the Zurich Classic. Here are the key stats and information for play at TPC Louisiana.
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Alternate shot to be used Sunday at Zurich
Tournament officials made a slight tweak to the format for this year’s Zurich Classic, which should provide drama of another kind.
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Finau returns to action 3 weeks after Masters injury
Nearly three weeks have passed since Tony Finau suffered a gruesome high-ankle sprain at the Masters. And to some surprise, he’s back on the course.
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Longtime pals Furyk, Duval the 'rustiest' Zurich team
Jim Furyk and David Duval are the winningest two-man team here at the Zurich Classic, combining for 30 PGA Tour titles during their careers.
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Stock Watch: Ko-Leadbetter feud getting juicy
Get in early on buying 19-year-old Joaquin Niemann stock, and stay late for all the Lydia Ko-David Leadbetter mudslinging you can handle.
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Rosaforte Report: Koepka returns strong and energized
Brooks Koepka is playing this week's Zurich Classic, his first PGA Tour event since January. He appears strong, focused and ready to win ... even with world No. 1,929 as his partner.
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Report: Tour close to finalizing Detroit tournament
With the final pieces of the 2019 schedule falling into place, the PGA Tour appears on the verge of returning to Michigan for the first time in nearly a decade.
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Inbee Park quietly reclaims world No. 1
Inbee Park moved back to No. 1 in the Rolex Women’s World Rankings in about as ho-hum fashion as you’ll ever see a player take the top spot.
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LPGA faces dilemma relating to ANA date
While Augusta's new women’s amateur event promises to bolster the overall women’s game, it has created a challenge to the LPGA’s first major.
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Levy boosts chances of playing in home Ryder Cup
France's Alexander Levy took a big step toward qualifying for a spot at the Ryder Cup in front of home fans this fall with his win Sunday in Morocco.
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Langer skipping Senior PGA for son's HS graduation
Defending champion Bernhard Langer will miss this year’s Senior PGA Championship to attend his son’s high school graduation.
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Landry reaches OWGR career high after Valero win
Andrew Landry cracked the top 100 in the world rankings for the first time following his two-shot win at the Valero Texas Open.
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Texas Open purse payout: Landry doubles earnings
Andrew Landry won the Valero Texas Open for his first career PGA Tour victory. In the process, he doubled his season earnings.
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After Further Review: Tour players embracing new ideas
The GolfChannel.com writers take a look back at the week in golf, including the idea of embracing new, different ideas, like the Zurich Classic format.
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Mullinax (T-2) comes up short of maiden win
The Valero Texas Open saw an unheralded player break through to earn a maiden victory, but unfortunately for Trey Mullinax his day will have to wait.
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Niemann finishes sixth at Valero in pro debut
Joaquin Niemann dazzled in his pro debut, shooting 67-67 over the weekend to finish alone in sixth place at the Valero Texas Open.
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Landry shares Valero lead, eyes first career win
Three months after losing a playoff to Jon Rahm, Andrew Landry has another shot at a breakthrough win as he shares the lead at the Valero Texas Open.
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Z. Johnson looks to end victory drought at Valero
Nearly three years after his most recent victory, Zach Johnson has a chance to get back into the winner's circle at the Valero Texas Open.
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Mullinax fires course-record 62 at Valero
Trey Mullinax surged into contention during the third round of the Valero Texas Open, shooting a 10-under 62 that set a new course record on the AT&T Oaks Course at TPC San Antonio.
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Garcia tosses driver, misses 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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Bogey-free Moore shares Valero lead
Amid swirling winds on a difficult track, Ryan Moore has yet to drop a shot through 36 holes while grabbing a share of the lead at the Valero Texas Open.
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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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Watch: Jesper hits rock, flies bridge, makes par
It's not often you'll hear a pro declare he made one of his greatest par saves on a par-3 course. But Jesper Parnevik did just that.
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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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