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Watch: Rahm rips claustrophobic drive 330 yards
The par-4 ninth at Valderrama Golf Club looks intimidating off the tee. Unless you're world No. 5 Jon Rahm.
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Ko, A. Jutanugarn try to regain winning form
Lydia Ko and Ariya Jutanugarn have steadily slipped down the world rankings, but both showed positive signs Thursday in Taiwan.
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'Burnt out' Day didn't know 'how to handle' No. 1
After a difficult season on and off the course, Jason Day admitted that he struggled with "how to handle" the No. 1 ranking with which he began the year.
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Green (66) chasing, not intimidated by Thomas
After a college career at the University of New Mexico, Malaysia's Gavin Kyle Green is trying to chase down a familiar name at the inaugural CJ Cup in South Korea.
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Thomas races to three-stroke lead in South Korea
Justin Thomas shot a 9-under-par 63 to take a three-shot lead after the first round of the inaugural cJ Cup at Nine Bridges.
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Two eagles fuel 63 for CJ Cup leader Thomas
Justin Thomas' pre-tournament remarks foreshadowed his opening-round 63 in the inaugural CJ Cup at Nine Bridges.
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Watch: Thomas holes bunker shot for birdie
Justin Thomas was 2 under par when he came to his sixth hole of the day, the par-4 15th. His approach shot found a greenside bunker, but it proved no problem.
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Former PGA president Sprague now GM at Sawgrass
Former PGA of America president Derek Sprague was named the new general manager of TPC Sawgrass, site of The Players.
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Barbasol Championship moving to Kentucky in 2018
The Barbasol Championship is moving from Alabama to Kentucky next summer, marking the first PGA Tour event in Kentucky since 1959.
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Hall headlines field for LPGA Q-School's second stage
Georgia Hall made a name for herself in three big events this summer, and now she’s aiming to earn LPGA membership.
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Spieth sends Open 3-iron back to Royal Birkdale
Jordan Spieth signed and sent the 3-iron he used for a decisive shot en route to winning The Open this summer back to Royal Birkdale.
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Inbee to qualify for Korean LPGA Tour’s Hall of Fame
Inbee Park’s first tournament appearance in more than two months will be historic this week at the Korean LPGA Tour’s KB Financial Star Championship outside Seoul.
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Census in Peru shortens LatinoAmerica event
This week's stop on the PGA Tour LatinoAmerica will be shortened to 54 holes because Peru is conducting a national census on Sunday requiring individuals to remain indoors.
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Ridley will 'protect the integrity' of ANGC's layout
He didn't mention any specific changes to the course, but Fred Ridley says he will be focused on protecting "the integrity of Augusta National.”
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Players downplay safety concerns at new Korea event
Multiple players told reporters at this week's CJ Cup in South Korea that the PGA Tour security team has assuaged any lingering safety concerns in the region.
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CJ Cup: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The PGA Tour heads to Jeju Island, South Korea, this week for the inaugural edition of the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges. Here is the key information.
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Thomas grouped with Perez, Bae in Korea
FedExCup champ Justin Thomas will be joined by recent winner Pat Perez and Korean star Sangmoon Bae for the first two rounds of the inaugural CJ Cup at Nine Bridges.
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Inaugural CJ Cup kicks off with 'phenomenal' purse
The PGA Tour is holding a regular tournament in South Korea for the first time, and they're offering plenty of incentive for the players who make the trip.
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Woods' update sparks prop bets on possible return
With Tiger Woods cleared to resume full golf activity, one European betting outlet has offered a series of prop bets tied to his possible return.
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Punch Shot: Whens, wheres and whats for Tiger
Given Tiger Woods' latest reveal, when might we see him next? What could 2018 hold? Our senior writers are cautiously optimistic.
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Stock Watch: Tiger comebacks are depreciating assets
Pat Perez's individuality is something we should all appreciate, as we contemplate how many more times we can do this same Tiger exercise.
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No restrictions: Woods cleared for full golf activity
Nearly six months after undergoing fusion surgery, Tiger Woods has been cleared to resume all golf activities with no restrictions.
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Haney: Tiger's swing one 'he could win with'
After watching Tiger Woods' latest Twitter video, Woods' former coach Hank Haney believes Woods' swing is one "he could win with."
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Caddies appeal lawsuit dismissal against Tour
Attorneys for a group of caddies made what could be a final stand on Thursday, arguing before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that a lower court ruling to dismiss the group’s lawsuit against the PGA Tour...
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Ridley officially takes over as Augusta National chairman
On his first official day as the newest chairman at Augusta National Golf Club, Fred Ridley shared a statement relaying his vision for the club and the Masters Tournament.
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Finalists announced for 2018 Drive, Chip and Putt
Eighty finalists have been named for the 2018 Drive, Chip and Putt national finals, all of whom will tee it up at Augusta National Golf Club next spring with hopes of winning a national championship.
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Perez cracks OWGR top 20 after CIMB win
Pat Perez cracked the top 20 in the latest world rankings following his four-shot win at the CIMB Classic, his second victory in less than a year.
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After Further Review: Ryder Cup in Perez's future?
Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf, and they're talking the possibility of a Ryder Cup in Pat Perez's future.
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Watch: Tiger tees off with driver in Sunday red
Tiger Woods still hasn't confirmed he will be returning to competitive golf, but it's looking likely with yet another video of his swing emerging on Sunday.
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Watch: Murray shows off throwing arm at CIMB
Grayson Murray's tumultuous week at the CIMB Classic continued Sunday when he vented some frustration by throwing his ball into a greenside lake.
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Thomas (T-17) comes up short in three-peat bid
Justin Thomas fell short in his bid for a three-peat at the CIMB Classic, finishing T-17 while Pat Perez left Malaysia with the trophy.
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Bradley earns best finish since 2014 with runner-up
Keegan Bradley fell short of his first win since 2012, but his runner-up at the CIMB Classic is still his best tournament result in more than three years.
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Perez cruises to four-shot win at CIMB
Pat Perez shot a 3-under 69 and won his third-career title by four strokes over Keegan Bradley at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia.
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J.Y. Ko leads Chun, S.H. Park in South Korea
Jin Young Ko is two ahead of two fellow South Koreans: two-time major champ In Gee Chun and reigning U.S. Women’s Open champ Sung Hyun Park.
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Park can pass Ryu as world No. 1 with win
Sung Hyun Park moved into position to claim a lot more than a trophy and a big check Sunday at the KEB Hana Bank Championship in South Korea.
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You Oughta Know: Perez would be oldest CIMB champ
Pat Perez enjoys a four-shot lead heading into the final round of the CIMB Classic in Malaysia and at age 41 could become the oldest champ in tournament history.
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Connelly, Garcia paired years after photo together
Eighteen years after he met Sergio Garcia as a toddler, Austin Connelly is playing with the reigning Masters champ during the third round of the Italian Open.
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Schauffele: 'Hack of group' after 67 at CIMB
Reigning Rookie of the Year Xander Schauffele shot a 67 in the third round of the CIMB Classic but still lost ground to leader Pat Perez.
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Leader Perez plans to remain aggressive at CIMB
After setting a new tournament scoring record and building a four-shot lead, Pat Perez has no intentions of slowing down during the final round of the CIMB Classic.
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Murray's week so far at CIMB: 82-74-64
Two days after opening with a 10-over 82, Grayson Murray's wild week at the CIMB Classic continued Saturday with an 8-under 64 in Malaysia.
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Perez builds 4-stroke lead over Schauffele at CIMB
Pat Perez closed with four birdies in his last five holes to build a four-stroke lead over Xander Schauffele at the CIMB Classic.
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Watch: Donaldson has incredible finish to Round 2
To say that Jamie Donaldson finished strong in the second round of the Italian Open would be an understatement.
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South Koreans closing in on record LPGA year
South Koreans have won 13 LPGA events this year, nearly half the events staged, and they could surpass their previous total victory mark.
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More to Hana Bank leader Yin, 19, than meets the eye
Angel Yin is one of the LPGA’s most powerful players, but her coach says there’s a lot more to the young American’s game.
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Schauffele 1 back at CIMB; in final group for first time
Xander Schauffele has experienced a number of firsts over the past few months as he transitioned from relative unknown to two-time PGA Tour winner.
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Linqiang, 13, makes cut, sets Challenge Tour record
Li Linqiang became the youngest player to make a cut on the Challenge Tour after the 13-year-old from China shot rounds of 69-75 at the Hainan Open.
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CIMB players warm up on upcoming LPGA course
A nearly four-hour weather delay Friday at the CIMB Classic created a hectic situation as players tried to warm up before the resumption of play.
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Perez waits out major delay, leads CIMB Classic
Play was suspended nearly four hours Friday in Malaysia, but when players finally returned to the course, Pat Perez birdied his way to the lead.
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Michael Jordan talks golf, Tiger and the Tour
In a video interview with Cigar Aficionado magazine, Michael Jordan talks about his favorite sport - golf.
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No goals, no problem for ROY Schauffele
Fresh off a win at the Tour Championship and Rookie of the Year honors, Xander Schauffele is again contending after an opening-round 65 at the CIMB Classic.
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Park co-leads Hana Bank, closing in on history
Sung Hyun Park took a strong first step toward claiming what Koreans embrace as the LPGA’s unofficial sixth major and toward making tour history.
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Revised gameplan nets results for Woodland at CIMB
After two previous runner-up finishes at the CIMB Classic, Gary Woodland is again in the mix thanks to adopting a more aggressive strategy.
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Smith leads in return to career-sparking CIMB
Three years after sparking his PGA Tour career in Malaysia, Cameron Smith is out to an early lead after a bogey-free 64 to open the CIMB Classic.
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Schauffele one back, Thomas six back at CIMB
The reigning Rookie of the Year outplayed the Player of the Year on Day 1 of the CIMB Classic. But both trail Cameron Smith.
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Watch: Na ends scoring run with hole-out eagle
Kevin Na got off to a good start at the CIMB Classic, turning in 4-under 32. He was part of a logjam at 5 under, when this happened at the par-4 16th.
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Kang would love to win a title in the 'motherland'
Danielle Kang was born in San Francisco, but she says South Korea holds a special place in her heart as her parents’ homeland.
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Graham offers details on Trump's round of 73
Days after joining President Donald Trump for a round of golf, Senator Lindsey Graham defended his claim that the Commander-in-Chief shot a 73.
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Photo: Woods sporting 'TGR' clubs in golf bag
Photos taken of Tiger Woods' golf bag show the 14-time major winner and TaylorMade staffer now has "TGR" irons.
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Levin on equipment woes: 'I took the money'
After losing his PGA Tour card, veteran Spencer Levin traced his woes back to his decision to switch equipment companies in January.
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Garcia, wife expecting first child in March 2018
Sergio Garcia and his wife announced Wednesday that the couple is expecting their first child in March 2018.
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Willett details 'difficult' post-Masters stretch
Eighteen months after winning the Masters, Danny Willett penned a wide-ranging blog post detailing some of the struggles he has endured since becoming a major champ.
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Thomas eyes rare three-peat in Malaysia
After a brief offseason, Justin Thomas returns to Malaysia in hopes of becoming the first player to three-peat on Tour since 2011.
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CIMB Classic: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The PGA Tour heads to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for the CIMB Classic. Here is the key information for the second event of the 2017-18 season.
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Watch: Woods shares second full-swing video
Another week, another swing video posted to social media by Tiger Woods.
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Thomas, Schauffele grouped together at CIMB
Three weeks after sharing the spotlight at the Tour Championship, Justin Thomas and Xander Schauffele will play together in the CIMB Classic.
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Euro Tour to use 40-second shot clock at '18 event
The European Tour will take another crack at curbing slow play next summer when they implement a 40-second shot clock on every hole at the Austrian Open.
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Despite tensions, LPGA has strong field in Korea
The growing tension and saber rattling between North Korea and the United States isn’t deterring the LPGA’s best this week.
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Wie returns to action following appendectomy
Michelle Wie is back in action six weeks after undergoing emergency surgery to remove her appendix following her withdrawal in Canada.
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Stock Watch: Old Course becoming obsolete?
Tyrrell Hatton is on the rise after repeating at the Alfred Dunhill Links, but is record scoring on the Old Course a bad sign?
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Rohanna wins Symetra title; 10 earn LPGA cards
Rachel Rohanna shot a 4-under-par 68 on Monday to win the Symetra Tour Championship at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla.
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Subs now allowed during men's NCAA postseason
The substitution rule is expanding in men’s college golf.
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Fires cause Silverado evacuation hours after Safeway
Massive forest fires led to an evacuation at Silverado Resort and Spa just hours after the course hosted the conclusion of the PGA Tour's Safeway Open.
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Player 'sad' Old Course 'brought to her knees'
Gary Player believes it's 'sad' that the Old Course at St. Andrews has been impacted by technology in the wake of Ross Fisher's record-setting 61.
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Steele inside OWGR top 50 for first time after win
Brendan Steele reached a new career high in the Official World Golf Rankings after successfully defending his title at the Safeway Open.
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Finau finishes runner-up after 'bonus' deflection
Thanks in part to a friendly kick off a playing partner's ball, Tony Finau notched a runner-up finish at the season-opening Safeway Open.
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Mickelson (T-3) nets best finish in 15 months
Phil Mickelson didn't get a win at the Safeway Open, but his T-3 finish is still his best tournament result since a runner-up last year at The Open.
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Watch: Phil jokes with fans after hitting fairway
Phil Mickelson struggled to find the fairway on Sunday, but when he smoked a drive on the par-5 16th, he couldn't help but poke fun at himself.
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After Further Review: Don't count Phil out
It seemed logical to assume that the recent Presidents Cup was Phil Mickelson's swan song as a U.S. team player. But that thinking may change.
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Steele goes back-to-back at Safeway; Phil T-3
Brendan Steele went back-to-back at the Safeway Open, while Phil Mickelson recorded his best finish since the 2016 Open.
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Rohanna leads Symetra Tour Championship by 2
Rachel Rohanna remains the leader through two rounds of the 54-hole Symetra Tour Championship in Daytona Beach, Fla.
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Kerr remembers cancer victims after LET win
Cristie Kerr was emotional claiming her first Ladies European Tour title Sunday in a wire-to-wire victory in which she said “an angel” sat on her shoulder.
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McIlroy closes out first winless year since 2008
Rory McIlroy closed out a winless 2017 season with an even-par 72 at St. Andrews during the final round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
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Fisher (61) breaks Old Course scoring record
Ross Fisher shot an 11-under 61 during the final round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship to set a new course record on the Old Course at St. Andrews.
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Southgate takes 'full responsibility' for penalty
England's Matthew Southgate took 'full responsibility' after a four-shot penalty when a leaf hit his ball ultimately cost him a PGA Tour card.
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You Oughta Know: Duncan seeks rookie milestone
Safeway Open 54-hole leader Tyler Duncan is seeking to become the second consecutive rookie to win on the PGA Tour.
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Four back at Safeway, Mickelson craves a win
Winless since 2013 but buoyed by his Presidents Cup performance, Phil Mickelson is just four shots off the Safeway Open lead.
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Rohanna leads abbreviated Symetra Tour Championship
Rachel Rohanna is the clubhouse leader midway through the second round of the Symetra Tour Championship in Daytona Beach, Fla.
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Duncan leads Hadley at Safeway; Phil four back
PGA Tour rookie Tyler Duncan will take a one-shot lead over Chesson Hadley into the final round of the Safeway Open at Silverado in Napa.
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Watch: Mickelson turns disaster into a birdie
Phil Mickelson added to his reputation as one of golf’s great escape artists Saturday with an improbable shot at the Safeway Open.
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Watch: Woods back to making full swings
Tiger Woods' golf swing is getting a little longer. Woods on Saturday posted this video showing him making a full swing with an iron.
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Kerr 3 ahead as Round 3 halted in France
Cristie Kerr’s big lead was carved into before play was suspended because of darkness Saturday in France, but she remains in position to win her first LET title.
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Rory plans to 'enjoy' his final round of 2017
Barring one of golf’s great miracles, Rory McIlroy won’t be able to avoid finishing out a winless year Sunday in his final competitive round of the 2017 season.
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Hadley 61 spotlights hurricane relief efforts
Chesson Hadley came close to shooting a 59 Friday, eventually coming in with a 61. If he was disappointed, he didn't show it.
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Mickelson shoots second straight 69
A week after playing his 12th Presidents Cup, Phil Mickelson has set his sights on playing his 12th Ryder Cup.
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Defending champ Steele in the mix again
Defending champion Brendan Steele had just a single bogey on Day 2 on his way to a 5-under 67 to move within one stroke of the lead at 12 under par.
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Watch: Daly holes out from bunker
John Daly has been entertaining the Napa crowds with his long driving, but his biggest cheer came from this bunker shot:
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McIlroy: I want to be best Euro player ever
Rory McIlroy wants to first complete the career Grand Slam at Augusta. After that, his goals get much, much bigger.
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Caddie, on first day, informs Howell of infraction
David Howell tweeted that his caddie informed him of a rules violation while playing the 18th hole during Round 1 of the Alfred Dunhill Links.
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Defending champ Steele shares Safeway lead
The new PGA Tour season is officially underway, and a familiar name is in the mix as defending champ Brendan Steele shares the Safeway Open lead.
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Erratic Mickelson opens with 69 at Safeway
Phil MIckelson hit only two of 14 fairways Thursday, but he was still able to scramble his way to a 3-under 69 in the first round of the new wraparound season.
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U.S. Jr., Mid-Am champs now exempt into U.S. Open
The men’s and women’s U.S. Open will now feature even more USGA champions.
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Leishman's wife criticizes fan behavior at Prez Cup
In the wake of a decisive U.S. victory at the Presidents Cup, Audrey Leishman believes that the fans walking the grounds at Liberty National Golf Club could have cleaned up their act.
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Watch: McIlroy drives 18th hole at St. Andrews
Rory McIlroy didn't have a great opening round on the Old Course but he finished the day strong by driving the home hole.
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Hey, Rook: Inside new PGA Tour crop for 2018
A new PGA Tour season begins this week at the Safeway Open, and with it a new crop of fresh faces are ushered into the spotlight.
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Stroud, Gates to host pro-am to benefit Harvey relief
Houston-area professionals Chris Stroud and Bobby Gates will hold a pro-am at Tiger Woods-designed Bluejack National to raise funds for flood victims affected by Hurricane Harvey.
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McNealy ready to make pro debut at Safeway
After a decorated amateur career at Stanford, Maverick McNealy is set to make his pro debut this week at the Safeway Open.
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Mickelson back in action after 'special week'
Days after helping the U.S. to a victory at the Presidents Cup, Phil Mickelson is back in action this week at the season-opening Safeway Open.
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Valero Texas Open to precede Masters in 2019
The Valero Texas Open announced a 10-year renewal with its title sponsor, one that will see the tournament held the week before the Masters beginning in 2019.
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Major champ, FedExCup champ Thomas wins POY
Justin Thomas won five times on the PGA Tour, including the PGA Championship, and also the FedExCup. He was voted Player of the Year on Wednesday.
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How Players of the Year have fared the next season
Justin Thomas was announced on Wednesday as the 2016-17 PGA Tour Player of the Year. Here's a look at how recent winners have fared the following season.
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Safeway Open: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
After a full week off, the 2017-18 PGA Tour season is ready to begin at the Safeway Open in Napa, Calif. Here's what you need to know.
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Mickelson with DeChambeau, Simpson at Safeway
Phil Mickelson headlines the field at this week's Safeway Open, where he'll play the first two rounds alongside Bryson DeChambeau and Webb Simpson.
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Schauffele voted PGA Tour Rookie of the Year
With two wins, four top-10 finishes and 20 made cuts in just 28 starts, Xander Schauffele was voted the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year on Tuesday.
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Bridgestone CEO: Woods more valuable as endorser than player
Bridgestone Golf CEO Angel Ilagan told CNBC that Tiger Woods's inability to play competitively in recent months hasn''t affected his power as a product endorser.
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D. Johnson, three major champs headline Hero field
World No. 1 Dustin Johnson will be joined by three of the four major winners later this year when they headline the field for the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.
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Web.com player recounts escape from Vegas shooting
Web.com player A.J. McInerney survived the mass shooting in Las Vegas and he joined Golf Central to detail his harrowing escape.
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Dunne, Byrd make big gains in world rankings
Paul Dunne vaulted more than 100 spots in the latest Official World Golf Ranking, thanks to his maiden European Tour win at the British Masters.
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Stock Watch: Henderson quietly on the rise
While there was plenty of chatter about the Presidents Cup, Brooke Henderson continued her LPGA ascent with another win in New Zealand.
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The 50 Web.com Tour graduates
The 50 players who graduated from the Web.com Tour to the PGA Tour.
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LPGA on Mozo incident: Player safety 'paramount'
LPGA chief of tour operations Heather Daly-Donofrio said that they never intended to put players in danger at the McKayson New Zealand Women’s Open.
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Report cards: 2017 U.S. Presidents Cup team
Lots of A's to go around as the GolfChannel.com team hands out grades to the victorious United States team in the 2017 Presidents Cup.
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Report cards: 2017 International Presidents Cup team
Who, among the few, managed to get a passing grade? The GolfChannel.com team hands out grades to the International team in the 2017 Presidents Cup.
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After Further Review: Prez Cup 'competition' under fire
Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. Our writers weigh in on the competition - or lack thereof - at the Presidents Cup.
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Tiger, Phil: We've been friends for years
It was a scene that may have seemed unfathomable a decade ago. Here stood Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, once fierce rivals, sharing a hug.
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Fan favorite: Spieth, DJ love 'Si Woo' song
With the laughs plentiful and the adult beverages flowing, the U.S. team took a much more lighthearted approach to their post-round media session at the Presidents Cup.
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U.S. blowout fuels questions about how to fix Prez Cup
The U.S. team’s 19-11 rout of the International side ignited a familiar conversation and concerns over how to make this event more competitive.
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Rain on his parade: Spieth now 0-5 in singles
This week’s Presidents Cup was Jordan Spieth’s fifth team competition and he improved his record to 7-4-3 in Ryder and Presidents Cup play.
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Stricker: 'Great thrill' to get trophy from Trump
When the team was asked in the interview room about the impact of President Donald Trump’s presence, U.S. captain Steve Stricker grabbed the microphone.
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Watch: Tiger gives Phil big hug after win
Former rivals Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson hugged it out after Lefty wrapped up his 2-and-1 singles win over Adam Hadwin Sunday at Liberty National.
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Watch: President Trump presents trophy to U.S. team
After the 19-11 U.S. Presidents Cup victory over the Internationals, President Donald Trump did the honors at the trophy presentation.
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Match recaps: U.S. clinches Presidents Cup, 19-11
The U.S. closed out the the Internationals 19-11 on Sunday at Liberty National, winning its seventh straight Presidents Cup.
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President Trump arrives at Liberty National
As the Presidents Cup singles matches moved through the signature hole at Liberty National Golf Club, the large crowds gathered around the green essentially had their backs to the action.
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Watch: S.W. Kim shushes crowd like Reed
Players champion Si Woo Kim made a bold move Sunday during his singles match against Daniel Berger at the Presidents Cup.
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Amid flying signs, Mozo: 'This tour, we're like sheep'
Going for her first LPGA victory in the final round of the New Zealand Women's Open, Belen Mozo had more than pressure with which to deal. She had flying signs.
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Weather pushes Web.com finale into Monday
PGA Tour hopefuls will have to wait another day to learn their fates, after the final round of the Web.com Tour Championship was postponed Sunday.
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Trump expected at Liberty National at 3PM ET
President Donald Trump plans to attend the final day of the Presidents Cup, according to a public schedule released by the White House Sunday morning.
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Watch: Dunne chips in to beat McIlroy, win first event
With Rory McIlroy breathing down his neck all day and safely in the clubhouse following a 63, Paul Dunne finished birdie-birdie to claim his maiden European Tour title.
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How long are odds against Internationals?
How long are the odds against the Internationals pulling off a Presidents Cup comeback? Long enough that you can't bet on it.
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Lahiri dramatically puts his first point on the board
Although it won’t impact the ultimate outcome, Anirban Lahiri finally got a point on the board at the Presidents Cup.
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Trump 'expected' to attend Sunday at Presidents Cup
With the outcome of the Presidents Cup no longer in doubt, the lone bit of lingering suspense may be whether or not President Donald Trump makes an appearance.
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Sunday singles: Chappell, Hoffman get 2nd chance
After missing out on a chance to clinch the Presidents Cup Saturday, Kevin Chappell and Charley Hoffman will have a second chance to do just that.
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Poulter: Fans' cell phones 'really f------ annoying'
Ian Poulter and certain fans haven't always seen eye to eye. Such was the case on Saturday at the British Masters when it came to cell phone noises.
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Spieth, Reed trash-talk each other
When you enjoy an unprecedented lead in the Presidents Cup, it’s easy to have a more lighthearted attitude even with a match coming down to the wire.
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Trying to be helpful, Spieth violates a rule
Nothing injects life into a competition like a rules controversy, and the Presidents Cup – which had quickly become a blowout, needed a boost.
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Day on winless Presidents Cup: 'It sucks'
After another loss and with his team on the brink of defeat, Jason Day offered up a terse but accurate assessment of the week thus far for the Internationals at the Presidents Cup.
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Day 3 fourballs: Reed-Spieth together a fourth time
A look at the matches for Day 3 fourballs at the 12th Presidents Cup at Liberty National, where the U.S. holds a commanding lead.
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Watch: Day chips in to provide International spark on Day 3
Starting the third day down six points, the International team needed a good start in the morning foursomes.
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How to watch the Presidents Cup on TV and online
The Presidents Cup is this week. Here is your guide to getting complete coverage of the men's final major of the season, on TV and online.
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Stricker: Thomas may be world's best player
In helping to take down the strongest pairing the International team had to offer at the Presidents Cup, Justin Thomas added yet another superlative.
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Struggling Matsuyama: My timing is off
Hideki Matsuyama struggled to find the fairway on Friday, and captain Nick Price decided to bench him for the Saturday morning fourball session.
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Day 3 matches: U.S. stays same, Intl's switch it up
Steve Stricker and his four assistant captains spent the last few weeks creating a detailed plan with contingencies. He hasn’t needed any of them.
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Mickelson-Kisner cap win with 'Three Amigos' dance
A win from Phil Mickelson and Kevin Kisner will be remembered far less for the golf than the spontaneous celebration that ensued on the 18th green.
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Watch: Thomas holes shot from bunker, goes bonkers
It was Justin Thomas' turn on Friday at the Presidents Cup to hole a timely shot from the bunker and then unleash a wild celebration.
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Woods makes site visit to Bahamas short course
Tiger Woods recently made a site visit to Jack's Bay in the Bahamas, where he is building a 10-hole short course that is expected to open in the spring.
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Lahiri DQ'd from playing one hole for violation
Anirban Lahiri’s return to the Presidents Cup got off to a rocky start when he was disqualified for one hole for taking an impermissible practice shot out of a bunker.
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Watch: Spieth whiffs, nearly busts it in bunker
Jordan Spieth lost his balance following a swing with his ball in a precarious position. Fortunately, he managed to avoid injury.
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Mexico's Lopez playing to help earthquake victims
Gaby Lopez made the cut Friday at the McKayson New Zealand Women’s Open for fellow Mexicans suffering from the earthquake that ravaged her homeland.
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'18 Euro Tour schedule features 3 new events
The 2018 European Tour schedule was released Friday, as the circuit looks to build on the success of its Rolex Series by adding three new events in Belgium, Oman and the Philippines.
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Watch: Mozo makes ace, but doesn't win Infiniti
Belen Mozo had a heck of a Friday at the New Zealand Open. She shot 7-under 65 to take a five-shot lead and made her fifth career hole-in-one.
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Spieth-Reed, JT-Fowler highlight Day 2 pairings
U.S. Presidents Cup captain Steve Stricker is out for blood, even though he doesn't want to admit it. Stricker will send out his best two pairings for Friday fourball matches.
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Stricker, Price grateful for presidential support
Captains Nick Price and Steve Stricker lauded the presence Thursday of Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
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Grace, Oosthuizen now a perfect 5-0-0 as a team
Two years after South Korea, Branden Grace and Louis Oosthuizen showed the same chemistry that made them unbeatable in 2015.
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Spieth sets foursomes mark with fourth win
We all know Jordan Spieth is pretty good when playing his own ball. As Thursday's Presidents Cup foursomes matches demostrated, he's not too shabby playing someone else's, either.
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Thursday's final match ends in crucial halve
The final margin at the end play Thursday of the Presidents Cup’s wasn't decided until the last hole of the last match.
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Per usual, Spieth and Reed cruise to victory
The dynamic duo easily dispatched Si Woo Kim and Emiliano Grillo, 5 and 4, Thursday to take their record to a combined 6-1-2 in international play.
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Saunders shoots 59 in Round 1 of Web.com finale
Sam Saunders sank a 10-foot birdie putt on his final hole to shoot 59 in the opening round of the Web.com Tour Championship.
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Watch: Leishman chips in, hugs Canadians in onesies
The Presidents Cup can make for some strange International bedfellows. That, and sometimes you just can't help but hug a Canadian.
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Clinton talks strategy with U.S. team on first tee
Only a sliver of the spotlight was saved for the actual golfers on the first tee Thursday thanks to the presence of a trio of former Commanders-in-Chief.
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Watch: DJ holes bunker shot, nearly converts high-five
Dustin Johnson holed a bunker shot on Day 1 of the Presidents Cup. But his celebration with Matt Kuchar wasn't as pretty.
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Watch: Fowler chips in, then waves to Thomas
One down early in their match Thursday, Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas pulled all square when Fowler holed his chip from off the green at No. 3.
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Phil takes selfie with Obama, Clinton and Bush
Three presidents took center stage on the first tee at the Presidents Cup. And, who else but Phil Mickelson, managed to snap an epic pic.
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Rory: Tiger can hold head 'extremely high'
Rory McIlroy said Thursday that Tiger Woods doesn’t “have anything to prove to anyone” if the 14-time major champion decides to walk away from the game.
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Nicklaus: Sports fields not the place for protests
Jack Nicklaus weighed in on the current controversy of NFL players protesting during the playing of the national anthem.
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Price has been texting his players all year long
Unlike a certain past U.S. captain (hey, Freddie), International captain Nick Price has been texting his players like crazy, even using emojis.
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Mickelson-Kisner: The new Team Trash Talk
The U.S. pairing of Phil Mickelson and Kevin Kisner matches two players with a shared interest in needling opponents - and sometimes even teammates
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Spieth, Reed out to beat opponents and each other
It’s becoming one of the most dependable pairings for the American squad, and it will again be on full display Thursday at the Presidents Cup.
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Woods on social unrest: We need to come together
Tiger Woods on Wednesday at the Presidents Cup addressed the national anthem protests and said the nation needs healing.
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Tiger: 'I don’t know what my future holds for me'
Tiger Woods admitted Tuesday at the Presidents Cup that he has envisioned a scenario in which he never returns to play competitive golf.
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Trump expected to attend Sunday at Presidents Cup
Although the details are still being worked out, President Donald Trump is expected to attend the Presidents Cup, likely on Sunday.
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Day 1 foursomes: Spieth-Reed together again
The 12th Presidents Cup will commence Thursday at Liberty National. The biennial contest will begin with five foursomes matches. Here's a look at the pairings.
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Ko's NZO goals: Win and showcase country
Lydia Ko is looking to end a 14-month winless drought on the LPGA and doing so in her native New Zealand would be even more special.
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Rory keeps word, plays Westwood's British Masters
Rory McIlroy kept his word and helped make the British Masters one of the strongest regular-season fields of the year on the European Tour.
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'18 Web.com sked features more events, prize money
The 2018 Web.com Tour schedule will feature the most events and prize money in years.
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Mallon acknowledges 25-year relationship with Daniel
Meg Mallon on Tuesday acknowledged publicly for the first time that she is gay, and that she and fellow Hall of Famer Beth Daniel have been a couple for 25 years.
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From humble origins, Woosnam, Mallon reach HOF
The son of a Welsh farmer and a player who founded her high school golf team joined the game’s all-time greats in the Hall of Fame on Tuesday.
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Scott: 'Optimism is growing' for Internationals
Adam Scott has never been on a winning team at the Presidents Cup, but he feels the International team is buzzing with excitement.
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Day: 'I let the team down two years ago in Korea'
Jason Day went a disappointing 0-4-1 two years ago in South Korea, and he's determined to lead the International Team this time around.
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Thomas doesn't pull 'Phil move' with FedEx trophy
Justin Thomas joked he could have displayed the FedExCup trophy in the U.S. team room, but that it would've been a "Phil move."
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Woods: U.S. dominance fueled by depth
The United States has been dominant in the Presidents Cup for more than a decade, and there’s a clear source for that run of success according to Tiger Woods.
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Chi Chi on Puerto Rico aid: 'We deserve better'
Puerto Rico native and World Golf Hall of Fame member Chi Chi Rodriguez said Tuesday his devastated island needs a lot more assistance.
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Mickelson re-ups with Callaway for remainder of career
Phil Mickelson will remain a Callaway Golf endorser for the remainder of his playing career, it was announced Tuesday.
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Stricker: No U.S. player will protest during anthem
Don’t expect any of the U.S. Presidents Cup members to protest during the national anthem. U.S. captain Steve Stricker said the team has already discussed it.
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Creamer WD's from NZO; Inbee may be out season
Paula Creamer withdrew Tuesday from the McKayson New Zealand Women’s Open with a lingering wrist injury.
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Stock Watch: JT, X-Man rise; FedExCup format falls
The FedExCup finale double winners see their stocks make big gains, but there is still plenty of confusion with the overall format.
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Presidents Cup players take NYC media tour
Check out some social media snapshots and video clips from Presidents Cup team members in New York City, ahead of the matches.
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Love: National anthem is not the time to protest
Davis Love III, who is being inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame on Tuesday, said he is not a fan of national anthem protests in sports.
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Presidents Cup 101: A guide to this week's matches
Frequently asked questions about the Presidents Cup, which is being held this week at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, N.J.
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Pros on both sides of anthem protest debate
Reaction to President Donald Trump's comments and NFL players kneeling for the national anthem came from across the sports world, including golf, on both sides of the debate.
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Mickelson, Reed among early arrivals at Presidents Cup
One day after the Tour Championship was a light practice for both teams at Liberty National, site of this week’s Presidents Cup.
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Thomas aspires 'to do nothing' on Monday
Shortly after his FedExCup victory, Justin Thomas flew to New Jersey on a private plane with Jordan Spieth.
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