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Spieth stalls on Moving Day at Australian Open
Defending champion Jordan Spieth continued to struggle with his putter, shooting 1-under 70 on Saturday at the Australian Golf Club in Sydney.
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South Korean LPGA stars lead KLPGA team
South Korea’s LPGA team of all-stars took the early lead Friday on the Korean LPGA Tour in a team event featuring twice as much star power as this year’s Solheim Cup did.
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Video, images from Tiger, DJ's round with Trump
Tiger Woods is scheduled to make his return to competition next week at his Hero World Challenge. But first, a (quick) round with the President.
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Day (68) just one back at Australian Open
Jason Day posted a second-round 68 to move himself just one off the lead held by Lucas Herbert through two rounds at the Emirates Australian Open.
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Ogilvy urges distance rollback of ball
Add former U.S. Open champion Geoff Ogilvy to the chorus of voices calling for a distance rollback of the golf ball.
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The golf world celebrates Thanksgiving
Twitter and Instagram provide a look at how the golf world celebrated Thanksgiving:
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Tributes pour in for legendary caddie Sheridan
Golf celebrates the life of long-time caddie Greg Sheridan after receiving news of his passing at age 63.
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Day, Spieth chasing Davis after Day 1 of Aussie Open
Cameron Davis has opened up a two-shot lead in Australia, but the event's headliners, Jason Day and Jordan Spieth, aren't too far behind.
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Watch: Shilton wins $16k timepiece with hole-in-one
Brad Shilton made a hole-in-one on Thursday at the Australian Open, and he was rewarded for his efforts - with a Tag Heuer watch worth $16k.
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Day: Woods feeling good, hitting it long
A week ahead of Tiger Woods' return to the PGA Tour, Jason Day said Woods told him he feels better than he has in three years,
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Move over Lydia, a new Ko is coming to LPGA
Another gifted young South Korean will be joining the LPGA ranks next year.
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Piller pregnant, no timetable for LPGA return
Gerina Piller, 32, is pregnant with her first child and will not be rejoining the LPGA when the 2018 season opens.
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Love's hip surgery a success; eyes Florida swing return
Davis Love III underwent hip replacement surgery on Tuesday. There were no complications during the surgery and his recovery time is estimated around three to four months.
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Vegas lists Woods at 20-1 to win a major in 2018
Despite not hitting a competitive shot in nearly a year, one Las Vegas outlet listed Tiger Woods at 20-1 to win a major championship in 2018.
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Open Qualifying Series kicks off with Aussie Open
The Open Qualifying Series kicks off this week at the Emirates Australian Open, where three players will earn spots next summer at Carnoustie.
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Stock Watch: Lexi, Justin rose or fall this week?
Lexi Thompson won the Race to the CME Globe and its $1 million prize while Justin Rose came up short when it mattered most. Whose stock is rising and falling?
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Titleist's Uihlein fires back at Davis over distance
Consider Titleist CEO Wally Uihlein unmoved by Mike Davis' comments about the evolution of the golf ball - and unhappy.
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Class of 2011: The groups before The Group
The Class of 2011 is deep and successful. Here's a look at some other 'classes,' smaller in size, but big on accomplishment.
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USGA's Davis: Impact of course expansion 'horrible'
With professionals hitting the ball farther than ever, USGA executive director Mike Davis offered a candid assessment of the ripple effects tied to increased golf ball distance.
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Country music star Owen to play in Web.com event
Following in the footsteps of Steph Curry, country music star Jake Owen has accepted a sponsor invitation to play in the 2018 Nashville Golf Open on the Web.com Tour.
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Rahm, Koepka both jump in OWGR after wins
Jon Rahm and Brooks Koepka both made moves inside the top 10 of the Official World Golf Rankings following wins in Dubai and Japan, respectively.
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Love to undergo hip replacement surgery
Two days removed from arguably the most hectic week of his year, Davis Love III will undergo replacement surgery on his left hip.
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LPGA awards: Ryu, S.H. Park tie for POY
Nobody dominated the LPGA’s big season-ending awards, though Lexi Thompson and Sung Hyun Park came close.
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Ko ends first winless season with T-16 at CME
Lydia Ko carved a hybrid 3-iron to 15 feet and ended the most intensely scrutinized year of her young career with a birdie Sunday at the CME Group Tour Championship.
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After Further Review: Whan deserves major credit
The Race to the CME Globe is a major interest-creator for the LPGA, and Austin Cook's win shows the great depth on the PGA Tour.
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Snedeker feels close to 100 percent after RSM week
Brandt Snedeker was surprised how good his body felt after returning from an injury this week at the RSM Classic. Now he has plans for a busy 2018 season.
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Cook hopes RSM win starts a ROY campaign
Austin Cook cruised to his first PGA Tour victory at the RSM. It was a timely victory for a player who has set rather lofty goals for himself.
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Thompson wins Race, loses tournament after short miss
Lexi Thompson won the season-long points race, but a 2-foot miss on the final green opened the door for Ariya Jutanugarn to win.
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Watch: Fleetwood gets emotional with family after Race to Dubai win
Tommy Fleetwood took home the season-long Race to Dubai title on Sunday and he was, understandably, emotional with his family afterward.
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Matsuyama after Koepka rout: 'Huge gap between us'
After finishing 10 shots behind him at the Dunlop Phoenix, Hideki Matsuyama believes there is a 'huge gap' between himself and U.S. Open winner Brooks Koepka.
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McCormick to caddie for Spieth at Aussie Open
Jordan Spieth will reportedly have swing coach Cameron McCormick on the bag next week as he defends his title at the Australian Open
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Rahm wins finale, Fleetwood takes Race to Dubai
Jon Rahm won the European Tour's DP World Tour Championship, while Tommy Fleetwood was able to edge Justin Rose for the season-long Race to Dubai title.
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Battling mono, Kaufman tied for lead at CME
In her first start since being diagnosed, Kim Kaufman's Saturday 64 has her tied for the lead at the CME Group Tour Championship.
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New-look Wie eyes CME Group Tour Championship title
Michelle Wie will get to sport her new look on a big stage after playing herself into a four-way tie for the lead at the LPGA season-finale.
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You Oughta Know: LPGA's Sunday scenarios
The CME Group Tour Championship is loaded with pressure-packed subplots Sunday at Tiburon Golf Club. Here’s what You Oughta Know about the prizes at stake:
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Simpson WDs from RSM, tweets his father is ill
Following rounds of 67-68, Webb Simpson was in 12th place entering the weekend at the RSM Classic before he withdrew prior to Saturday’s third round.
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New old putter helps Kirk (64) jump into contention
Chris Kirk shot a 64 after switching to an older style of putter similar to the one he used on the Web.com Tour in 2010 to earn his PGA Tour card.
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Rookie Cook (66) handling RSM like a pro
Austin Cook is having an impressive week at the RSM Classic, but one statistic stands out more than others.
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Park collapses; leaderboard chaos at CME
On a sunny Saturday in Florida, Sung Hyun Park was battered by a storm of her own making. Now the LPGA finale is a wide-open affair.
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Rookie Cook (66-62) credits prior Tour experience
Austin Cook is a rookie only on paper. At least, that’s the way he’s played since joining the circuit this season. His 14-under total has him in the lead at Sea Island Resort.
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Bubba (64) fires his lowest round of 2017
Bubba Watson wasn't supposed to be back in 2017. But on Friday at the RSM Classic, he turned in his lowest round of the year.
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Korda sisters poised to make a run at CME
Jessica Korda and Nelly Korda are both in position to have a big weekend at the CME Group Championship should S.H. Park falter.
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Whan details LPGA changes for 2018 and beyond
LPGA commissioner Mike Whan revealed several details about the LPGA's future in his annual state-of-the-tour address Friday.
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Ryu, S.H. Park among winners at Rolex awards
So Yeon Ryu and Sung Hyun Park were among the winners Thursday during the LPGA’s Rolex Awards dinner at the Ritz Carlton Golf Resort.
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Co-leader Smith credits Foley's influence
Sarah Jane Smith is making the most of the devoted efforts of Sean Foley this week, tying for the first-round lead in the CME Group Tour Championship.
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Seeking awards sweep, Park 1 off lead
Sung Hyun Park made a strong start in her bid to make LPGA history with an epic sweep of the year’s major awards.
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Snedeker 'shocked' after pain-free opening 67
Lowered expectations brought a solid start for Brandt Snedeker on Day 1 at Sea Island Resort, where he opened with a 3-under 67.
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Ryu opens with 72 thanks to mid-round massage
So Yeon Ryu wouldn’t be playing this week if so much wasn’t at stake in the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship.
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Donald hospitalized with chest pains after RSM WD
Luke Donald withdrew before his round on Thursday at the RSM Classic and later posted an update on social media that he’d been hospitalized for chest pains.
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Kirk rides hot putter to lead at old stomping grounds
Chris Kirk's luck with the putter changed on Thursday, when he needed just 23 putts on his way to an opening 63 and a one-stroke lead at the RSM Classic.
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Watch: Ko ends round with bunker hole-out
Lydia Ko already had a stellar round going when she came to the 18th hole at Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Fla. Her final shot made it even better.
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Ko, Park trail by 1 at season-ending CME
Lydia Ko and Sung Hyun Park sit one shot off the early lead at the season's final event, the CME Group Tour Championship.
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Roundtable: Breaking down the CME's top storylines
Golf Channel’s Judy Rankin, Karen Stupples and Jerry Foltz broke down some of the storylines at the CME Group Tour Championship.
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Podcast: Fowler, DeChambeau takeaways from 2017
GolfChannel.com writer Will Gray caught up with Rickie Fowler and Bryson DeChambeau to discuss the highs and lows of 2017.
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Ryu WDs from CME pro-am to rest injured shoulder
Rolex world No. 3 So Yeon Ryu withdrew Wednesday from the CME Group Tour Championship Pro-Am to rest her ailing right shoulder.
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Feng celebrates No. 1 ranking with a steak
Shanshan Feng acknowledged the help of her team Wednesday, explaining how important her coach, Gary Gilchrist, and her caddie, Mercer Leftwich, are to her.
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Lewis' winnings go to specific Houston neighborhood
Stacy Lewis’ emotional victory for Houston back in August is helping rebuild a neighborhood on the west side of that city.
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Love unsure where RSM fits on new Tour schedule
Although there are still plenty of moving parts when it comes to the 2018-19 PGA Tour schedule, some elements seem to be coming into focus.
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Haas, Z. Johnson experimenting with caddies
This week at the RSM Classic features some unique experiments, with two high-profile players opting to use unconventional caddies.
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Lewis won't play fifth major until changes are made
Stacy Lewis is encouraged by Mike Whan’s pledge to move the Evian Championship back to the summer, but she still has some issues with the event.
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Rahm named European Tour Rookie of the Year
Jon Rahm's meteoric rise in 2017 was validated with some hardware before the start of the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.
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RSM Classic: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The PGA Tour heads to the Sea Island Resort in Sea Island, Ga., for the last official PGA Tour event of 2017, the RSM Classic.
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With mother cancer-free, Lexi looks to end emotional year on high note
Lexi Thompson is looking to end the most emotionally challenging year of her young career on a high note at this week’s CME Group Tour Championship.
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Players experiencing blood tests at RSM Classic
When the PGA Tour announced it would add blood testing there were plenty of questions. Those questions are slowly being answered.
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Healthy Snedeker finally back with new swing, diet
Brandt Snedeker is back this week at the RSM Classic. After 14 weeks of virtual inactivity because of injury, he's learned to keep things in perspective.
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Despite injury, Ryu motivated to take back No. 1
So Yeon Ryu reigned as world Rolex No. 1 for 19 consecutive weeks before losing the top spot two weeks ago. She wants it back.
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Lexi, Park, Feng grouped for LPGA season finale
Lexi Thompson, Sung Hyun Park and Shanshan Feng will be able to keep an eye on each other in the first round of the CME Group Tour Championship.
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Report: Aronimink to host '20 KPMG, '27 PGA
Aronimink Golf Club outside Philadelphia will host the 2020 KPMG Women's PGA Championship and 2027 PGA Championship, according to a report.
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Grace returns to OWGR top 30 following Nedbank win
Branden Grace capped a lean year with a win at the Nedbank Golf Challenge and is now back inside the top 30 in the latest world rankings.
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Murray on Champions tour: 'Does anyone really care'
As the outcome of the Charles Schwab Cup turned into a social media debate Sunday night, PGA Tour pro Grayson Murray chimed in to question the relevance of the over-50 circuit.
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After Further Review: 'Hogan's Alley' deserves better
There's a possibility that Colonial Country Club may not find a new sponsor to host a PGA Tour event. History deserves better than that.
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Langer fails to win Schwab Cup despite 7-win season
Despite a season that included seven wins and three majors, Bernhard Langer didn't win the season-long Charles Schwab Cup as Kevin Sutherland captured two trophies Sunday.
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Fowler's rally comes up short at Mayakoba
Patton Kizzire earned his first win at Mayakoba, but Rickie Fowler certainly made him earn it thanks to a late charge that led to a runner-up finish.
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Kizzire outlasts Fowler for first win at Mayakoba
During a 36-hole final day at the OHL Classic, Patton Kizzire held off a hard-charging Rickie Fowler to earn his first career win.
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Late birdie helps Grace win Nedbank Golf Challenge
Branden Grace rolled in a lengthy birdie try on the 16th hole that proved to be the difference as he raced past Scott Jamieson to win the Nedbank Golf Challenge in his home country.
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Report: PGA Championship returning to Valhalla in 2024
The PGA Championship will he held at Valhalla Golf Club for the fourth time in 2024, according to a report.
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Snedeker to return from injury at RSM Classic
Brandt Snedeker is scheduled to play next week’s RSM Classic, his first start on the PGA Tour since June when he was sidelined by injury.
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McInerney fails to advance to Web Q-School Finals
After skipping the OHL Classic at Mayakoba, A.J. McInerney will not advance to the final stage of the Web.com Tour Qualifying School.
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Watch: DeChambeau needs ruling for pesky bug
Bryson DeChambeau needed an unusual ruling Thursday at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba.
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Kizzire (62) takes two-shot lead at Mayakoba
Patton Kizzire opened the OHL Classic at Mayakoba with a 9-under 62 and now holds a two-shot lead as he looks to win on Tour for the first time.
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Report: Time ticking in Colonial sponsor search
According to a report, officials with the PGA Tour stop at Colonial Country Club have until Dec. 1 to resolve their sponsorship issues.
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Opening ace propels Mitchell at Mayakoba
Rookie Keith Mitchell opened the OHL Classic at Mayakoba with an ace on his very first hole en route to an opening-round 66.
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Fowler (65) goes bogey-free in season opener
Making his first start since the Presidents Cup, Rickie Fowler opened with a bogey-free 65 to move into contention at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba.
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Bombers Thompson, Finau teaming at QBE Shootout
Lexi Thompson will return next month to the QBE Shootout, where she will team with fellow long-hitter Tony Finau in the unofficial PGA Tour team event.
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Olympic officially announced as PGA, Ryder venue
The PGA of America officially introduced The Olympic Club in San Francisco as the future site of the 2028 PGA Championship and 2032 Ryder Cup.
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Williams to end career as caddie in 2018
After a caddying career that has spanned parts of five decades and included 14 major titles, Steve Williams plans to make 2018 his final year on the bag.
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Champ eager to make pro debut at Mayakoba
A relatively unknown amateur just a few months ago, Cameron Champ is ready to make his professional debut this week at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba.
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Thomas asks Korda: 'Y did u make a 9'
Jessica Korda made a 9 on the par-5 third in the opening round of the Blue Bay LPGA. Good friend Justin Thomas took notice.
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Sauers recipient of PGA Tour Courage Award
Gene Sauers has been named the recipient of the PGA Tour's Courage Award following his battle with Stevens-Johnson syndrome which preceded his win at the 2016 U.S. Senior Open.
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Fowler grouped with Grillo, Hadley at Mayakoba
The PGA Tour heads south of the border this week for the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. Here's a look at a few early-round groups to keep an eye on.
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Creamer targets Diamond Resorts event for return
Paula Creamer will make her return from wrist surgery as one of the headliners at the third annual Diamond Resorts Invitational Jan. 12-14 in Orlando.
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Stenson: HSBC stunt not 'responsible' for Nedbank WD
After withdrawing from this week's Nedbank Golf Challenge, Henrik Stenson took to social media to push back against reports that his latest rib injury resulted from a sponsored photo shoot.
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OHL Classic at Mayakoba: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The PGA Tour heads south of the border for the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. Here's the key info for this week's event.
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Whan looking to move Evian back to summer
LPGA commissioner Mike Whan about future plans to improve the Evian Championship during his visit Tuesday to Golf Channel studios.
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Jack tweets letter from turning pro in 1961
On this day in 1961, Jack Nicklaus announced his decision to forgo his amateur status with a fantastic letter.
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Stock Watch: Rose rising at the right time
Justin Rose is catching fire heading toward the Race to Dubai finale, while Jason Day's U.S. Open plans are already up in the air.
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Park leapfrogs Ryu at top of rankings
Sung Hyun Park officially moved to the top of the Rolex Women’s World Rankings on Monday, ending So Yeon Ryu’s 19-week reign atop the rankings.
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Stenson (rib) out for last two Race to Dubai events
Henrik Stenson has reportedly withdrawn from the final two events in the Race to Dubai because of a rib injury he sustained during a promo shoot.
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A&M's Champ turns pro, to debut at Mayakoba
Big-hitting Texas A&M senior Cameron Champ has decided to turn pro.
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Cantlay enters OWGR top 50 after Shriners win
Unranked in February, Patrick Cantlay is now inside the top 50 of the Official World Golf Rankings following his victory in Las Vegas.
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After Further Review: Can't wait for Woods
There are no guarantees about Tiger Woods' long-awaited return to the PGA Tour. But we can't wait for it to happen anyway.
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Hoffman to donate nearly $100,000 to Vegas fund
With his T-18 finish Sunday at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, Charley Hoffman will donate $98,600 to victims of the Oct. 1 mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.
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Cantlay wins first PGA Tour title at Shriners
Patrick Cantlay managed difficult conditions during the final round of the Shriners to earn his first career win in a three-man playoff.
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Rose pleased with results after trusting the process
As rewarding as Justin Rose's triumph may have been on Sunday in Turkey, it was how he closed out the title that he was particularly pleased with.
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S.H. Park to take over as new women's world No. 1
Sung Hyun Park will be the new No. 1 when the newest Rolex Women’s World Rankings are released Sunday by the LPGA.
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Stenson's schedule 'pending' after revealing rib injury
Henrik Stenson has been slowed the last two weeks by a rib injury and his status for the last two Race to Dubai events is uncertain.
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Rose rallies to win for second straight week
Justin Rose held off Nicolas Colsaerts and Dylan Frittelli and won for the second straight week at the Turkish Airlines Open.
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You Oughta Know: Vegas smiles on first-timers
The Shriners has provided its share of first-time winners. Jim Furyk and Tiger Woods both picked up their first wins at TPC Summerlin,
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Final group watches wind blow up scores
Saturday’s final group of J.J. Spaun, Kelly Kraft and Robert Garrigus did quite a bit of moving on Moving Day – backwards.
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Hossler, Spaun tied atop Vegas field
Beau Hossler and J.J. Spaun took different paths to the top of the 54-hole leaderboard in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
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Top 10 or not, McInerney going back to Q-School
A.J. McInerney is on the cusp of a top-10 finish in his PGA Tour debut. But he still wouldn't take an exemption to play next week in Mexico.
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Hoge (67) happy to be done before strongest winds
Tom Hoge got out early at TPC Summerlin and shot a bogey-free 4-under 67 that is only going to look better as windy conditions worsen.
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Watch: Flagstick denies 3 hole-in-one bids
Any NHL team in the market for a goalie could do worse than to employ the flagstick at the14th hole at the Turkish Airlines Open.
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Harrington on how he went low: 'I don't know'
Padraig Harrington’s week at the Turkish Airlines Open has been a study of extremes, but he's in position for a run at the title on Sunday.
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Lipsky impacted by Las Vegas shooting
David Lipsky is an American playing the European Tour. But he still lives in Las Vegas and, like so many, was impacted by last month’s deadly mass shooting.
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Spaun leads in Vegas; ready to take next step
Now in his second year as a full-time PGA Tour member, J.J. Spaun is ready to make the jump from also-ran to contender.
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Kraft aces 5th hole again (this time it counts)
Kelly Kraft on Friday at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open made the first hole-in-one of his competitive career.
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Walker misses cut in first start of season
Jimmy Walker’s struggles from last season followed him into his first start of the 2017-18 campaign. He is heading home after missing the cut at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
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Darkness suspends play again at Shriners
Darkness suspended play for the second straight night at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open on Friday.
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27 surgeries later, Marc Cayeux makes the cut
On Friday, Zimbabwean Marc Cayeux made his first cut since going through 27 surgical procedures after a devastating 2010 car accident.
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Friday scramble: Baddeley (66) perfect around greens
Aaron Baddley’s second round was impressive enough, but he upped the ante in Vegas with a 66 after hitting just half his greens in regulation.
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Horschel WDs from Shriners with shoulder injury
After an opening 67, Billy Horschel withdrew from the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, citing a shoulder issue Friday.
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Garrigus (65) credits Couples for wind advice
TPC Summerlin has yielded rounds of 60 and 61 to PGA Tour winners the last two years, but low scores will prove scarce as winds strengthen this weekend.
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LaCava refused Woods' offer to take another bag
Tiger Woods isn’t the only one who has been away from competition. So has his caddie, Joe LaCava.
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Tiger: 'Need to do something' about golf ball
Tiger Woods joined basketball coach Geno Auriemma on his podcast and discussed the need to address the distance that the golf ball travels.
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South African player suspended for failed drug test
The Sunshine Tour has suspended a player for one year for failing a drug test, according to a report from Sport 24.
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A year from Q-School, Pepperell contending in Turkey
A year ago, Eddie Pepperell was at European Tour Q-School. Now, he's eyeing a comeback win in Turkey.
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Colsaerts on PGA Tour: 'Maybe it's not for me'
Nicolas Colsaerts played the PGA Tour in 2013 with largely poor results, missing almost as many cuts as he made.
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'Asia's John Daly' losing weight, hitting gym
Once dubbed “Asia’s John Daly” because of his power off the tee and his girth, Kiradech Aphibarnrat looked like a new man at the Turkish Airlines Open.
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Ellie Day announces family expecting third child
It was announced on Thursday that Jason Day would not be competing in the Hero World Challenge. The reason was revealed Friday.
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Watch: Poulter hits flagstick, ball races into water
Ian Poulter nearly had an eagle on the par-4 fifth in Round 2 of the Turkish Airlines Open. Instead, he made bogey.
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Report: Olympic Club to host '28 PGA, '32 Ryder Cup
The Olympic Club has been chosen to host the 2028 PGA and 2032 Ryder Cup, according to a San Francisco Chronicle report.
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Kim (65) leads in Vegas as darkness halts play
Eyeing his first Tour win, Whee Kim holds a one-shot lead in Vegas, where opening-round play was suspended because of darkness.
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Day, Leishman withdraw from Hero World Challenge
Jason Day and Marc Leishman have both withdrawn from the 18-man Hero World Challenge and will be replaced by Henrik Stenson and Kevin Chappell.
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Time off, practice benefit Horschel (67)
Seven weeks off and a trip to Italy appear to have agreed with Billy Horschel. He took advantage of an early tee time and turned in a 4-under 67 Thursday.
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Card-less Summerhays: 'We get what we deserve'
There is often a very fine line between keeping and not keeping a PGA Tour card. Perhaps no one illustrates that better than Daniel Summerhays.
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DeChambeau challenges himself to leave swing alone
In his brief career, Bryson DeChambeau has proven himself a bit of a mad scientist, but he plans to put his experiments on hold, at least for this season.
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Harrington (65) eyes win and Ryder Cup spot
It’s been a difficult year for Padraig Harrington, both on and off the golf course, but next year could be much better.
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Belgian Bomber powers way to share of Turkey lead
Nicolas Colsaerts used his power to his advantage, shooting 7-under 64 to grab a share of the early lead at the Turkish Airlines Open.
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Watch: Player chucks evil putter into woods
Terry Pilkadaris shot 1-over 73 in the first round of the Asian Tour’s Panasonic Open India. If only he had shot even par, his putter might feel better right now.
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Watch: Stenson snaps club against tree
Henrik Stenson has some skills hitting left-handed, but he chose to swing from his normal side at No. 15 and his club paid the price.
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Wie's driver breaks ... and 3-wood ... and 5-wood
Michelle Wie is competing in this week’s Toto Japan Classic, her fourth consecutive start on the Asian swing, and doing so with some new clubs.
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Vanderbilt breaks through in match play with ELC title
Vanderbilt has struggled in the team match-play format recently but broke through Wednesday with an East Lake Cup win.
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USC women top Stanford for East Lake Cup
USC's women won the East Lake Cup over Stanford on Wednesday, but they may lose two of their top players to the LPGA.
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Watch: USC wins women's East Lake Cup
Hear from the Southern Cal team after they defeated Stanford to win the women's East Lake Cup.
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Watch: Vanderbilt takes men's East Lake Cup
Hear from the Vanderbilt men after they defeated Illinois to win the East Lake Cup.
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Pampling, 48, defending in Vegas: 'Beauty of golf'
The PGA Tour has been dominated in recent years by young talent winning well ahead of schedule. But every now and then, an unlikely veteran proves resurgent.
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Hoffman hopes to give 'large amount' to Vegas relief
Charley Hoffman has a special connection with Las Vegas, and he’ll be taking extra steps to help those who suffered in the shooting tragedy last month.
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Manthena, Gordon named Tom Cousins Award winners
Southern Cal’s Divya Manthena and Vanderbilt’s Will Gordon were named the recipients of the third annual Tom Cousins Award
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Scoring: 2017 East Lake Cup
Check out scoring for the East Lake Cup, featuring 2017 NCAA Championship semifinal contestants.
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Rose knows: Tiger needs time to get that 'feeling'
Justin Rose, who has endured his share of injuries in his career, including an ailing back late last year, knows the road ahead for Tiger Woods as well as anyone.
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RTD leader Fleetwood even surprised by success
At this point last year, Tommy Fleetwood was ranked outside the top 100 in the world and wasn’t exactly a household name even back home in England.
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Shriners Hospitals for Children Open: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
After a three-event swing through Asia, the PGA Tour is back in Las Vegas for the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Here's the key info for this week's event.
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Illinois-Vandy, Stanford-USC in East Lake finals
Illinois will attempt to win its third consecutive East Lake Cup title when it faces off against Vanderbilt on Wednesday at East Lake.
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Vanderbilt, Stanford earn revenge at East Lake Cup
All four teams that lost in the NCAA Championship semifinals in May won their match Tuesday at the East Lake Cup.
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Bubba cuts layoff short to support Las Vegas
Bubba Watson’s planned four-month layoff lasted about half as long as intended, but he has a very good reason for playing at the Shriners.
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Bubba's ball deal with Volvik up ... now what?
Bubba Watson announced Tuesday at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open that his contract with the bright-ball manufacturer “is done.”
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Betting outlet offers prop bets on Woods' return
British outlet SkyBet has offered odds on Tiger Woods' return at the Hero World Challenge, ranging from his finish to the result of his first competitive hole.
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HS girl denied boys' win invited to Sorenstam's event
Emily Nash may not have a first-place trophy or a trip to the Massachusetts state tournament, but this certainly isn't a bad consolation prize.
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Punch Shot: Where are we headed with Tiger?
Tiger Woods says he's ready to play again. Our writers discuss if this is the road to ruin or the beginning of more fist pumps and trophies.
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East Lake Cup semis a rematch of 2017 NCAAs
Four teams will be out for revenge Tuesday when the semifinals of the East Lake Cup get underway.
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Ree, Gordon individual East Lake Cup champs
What might be the final college event of USC junior Robynn Ree’s career ended with an individual title.
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Begay on Tiger: 'Didn’t think it was going this well'
Even a member of Tiger Woods’ inner circle said that he was surprised that Woods will return to competition next month at the Hero World Challenge.
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Timeline: Look back at Woods' injuries
From his knee to his back, take a look back at the various injuries in Tiger Woods' career as well as his multiple returns to competition.
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Woods to return at Hero World Challenge
Tiger Woods announced Monday that he will make his return to competition at next month’s Hero World Challenge.
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Hoffman to donate Vegas earnings to shooting victims
Las Vegas resident Charley Hoffman has pledged to donate 100 percent of his winnings at this week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open to victims of the Oct. 1 mass shooting.
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Chamblee: Langer putting better than anyone ... ever
Brandel Chamblee points out that Bernhard Langer's putting statistics show he's having the greatest putting season ever.
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Willett injures shoulder, ends 2017 season
Masters champ Danny Willett revealed over the weekend that he has suffered a rotator cuff injury that will mark the end of his 2017 season.
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Player DQ'd for missing tee time, still makes money
Shugo Imahira was disqualified from the WGC-HSBC Champions, but still took home a nice paycheck.
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Rose back into OWGR top 10; Day falls out
After rallying to win the WGC-HSBC Champions, Justin Rose made a big move back into the top 10 in the latest world rankings.
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Casey rejoins European Tour, eyes Ryder Cup return
England's Paul Casey has opted to rejoin the European Tour for 2018, paving the way for his inclusion on Thomas Bjorn's Ryder Cup team next fall.
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After Further Review: DJ's attitude is fine
Criticize Dustin Johnson's play in blowing a six-shot lead all you want. But don't blame his attitude for his failure.
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Rose authors third-largest comeback in Tour history
Eight shots behind Dustin Johnson to start the final round at the WGC-HSBC Champions, Justin Rose battled trying conditions, shot 67, and won by two.
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Rose rallies from 8 back to stun DJ at WGC
Justin Rose pulled off a shocking victory Sunday at the WGC-HSBC Champions after world No. 1 Dustin Johnson shot a 5-over 77.
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Daly collapses, WDs with scary knee injury
John Daly collapsed on the ninth hole at Sherwood Country Club and then withdrew after being helped off, unable to put any weight on his injured right knee.
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Watch: Cook holes out, walks off
Is there any better way to end a round than not having to take out your putter? That was the case Saturday for Austin Cook.
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You Oughta Know: DJ in position to extend streak
Here's what You Oughta Know heading into Round 4 of the WGC-HSBC Champions, where Dustin Johnson has built a 6-shot lead.
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Third-place Stenson: 'We're playing for second place'
Henrik Stenson sits in third place heading into the final round of the WGC-HSBC Champions, but he believes it's unlikely that anyone can catch world No. 1 Dustin Johnson.
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Koepka undone by mid-round 'disaster' at HSBC
Brooks Koepka was on cruise control and leading the WGC-HSBC Champions until disaster struck in the middle of his round to dim his chances of a third career win.
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D. Johnson builds six-shot lead in Shanghai
Dustin Johnson didn't play a flawless third round, but he was still able to build a six-shot lead over Brooks Koepka at the WGC-HSBC.
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Cut Line: It's about time
The U.S. Women's Open is finally coming to Pebble Beach, and the European Tour strikes a decisive blow against slow play.
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Woods pleads guilty to reckless driving
Tiger Woods pleaded guilty to reckless driving on Friday in Palm Beach County and entered a diversion program following his arrest in May on a DUI charge.
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Pros outraged over HS girl not getting trophy
Pros – both men and women, current players and Hall of Famers – expressed frustration on social media relating to a high school girl not getting a first-place trophy.
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Sore shoulder, little rust no problem for Rose (T-3)
Justin Rose didn't let an ailing left shoulder and a few weeks of rust keep him from getting into contention at the WGC-HSBC Champions.
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DJ using new putter; familiar foe in final group
It was a familiar dominance for Dustin Johnson on Friday at the WGC-HSBC Champions, with one new addition in his bag.
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Lee takes one-shot lead at Asia-Pacific Amateur
Australia's Min Woo Lee poured in a 60-foot eagle putt on the 18th hole on Friday to take a one-shot lead at the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship.
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Johnson (63) leads Koepka by one at WGC-HSBC
On the strength of a second-round 63, world No. 1 Dustin Johnson raced into the lead at the WGC-HSBC Champions, where he leads Brooks Koepka by one.
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Former coach Haney expects Woods to play Hero
Former swing coach Hank Haney believes that Tiger Woods will make his return to competition later this year at the 18-man Hero World Challenge.
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Chase Koepka, like Brooks, on top at respective event
While big brother Brooks is leading after Day 1 of the WGC-HSBC Champions in China, Chase Koepka is tied for the 36-hole lead on the Challenge Tour.
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Aggressive approach yields birdies for Reed (66)
Patrick Reed got off to a strong start in Asia for the second straight week, carding a 6-under 66 in the opening round of the WGC-HSBC Champions.
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Motivated by king's funeral, Aphibarnrat fires 65
Making his first PGA Tour start in over a year, Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat raced up the standings with 10 birdies in the opening round.
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Koepka leads in China, still hanging with DJ
Fresh off a three-week break, Brooks Koepka started his new season in style with an opening 64 to lead at the WGC-HSBC Champions.
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Wools-Cobb up four at Asia-Pacific Amateur
Australia's Shae Wools-Cobb took the first-round lead at the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship with an 8-under 63 Thursday at Royal Wellington Golf Club in New Zealand.
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Watch: Rahm finishes with holeout for par
Jon Rahm appears to be learning from the Mickelsons about how to save par from unlikely spots, as evidenced by finish Thursday in China.
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Koepka (64) leads by one at WGC-HSBC in China
Following a first-round 64 Thursday, Brooks Koepka leads the way by one at the WGC-HSBC Champions in Shanghai, China.
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Photos: Woods, Daly, Couples spotted at World Series
Tiger Woods, John Daly and Fred Couples walk into Dodger Stadium. No joke, that happened on Wednesday at the World Series.
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D. Johnson: Shot clock event would be 'quite fun'
World No. 1 Dustin Johnson believes it would be "quite fun" if the PGA Tour adopted a shot clock for an event like the European Tour will do next summer at the Shot Clock Masters.
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South Koreans dominating LPGA like never before
So Yeon Ryu and Sung Hyun Park are back in action this week leading South Korea’s bid to dominate the LPGA this season in a way the country never has.
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WGC-HSBC Champions: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The PGA Tour's Asian swing heads to China for the WGC-HSBC Champions. Here's the key info for this week's event.
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