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Ortiz takes Web.com Tour clubhouse lead in Bahamas
Carlos Ortiz shot a bogey-free, 4-under-par 68 Monday to take the clubhouse lead in The Bahamas Great Exuma Classic at Sandals Emerald Bay.
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McIlroy: 2018 may be my busiest season ever
Set to return to competition for the first time since October, Rory McIlroy believes 2018 may be the busiest year of his professional career.
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Rosaforte Report: Phil 'very optimistic' about 2018
Phil Mickelson begins his 2018 season this week at the CareerBuilder Challenge. And as he sets his sights on making the U.S. Ryder Cup and winning the U.S. Open, he is, go figure, incredibly optimistic.
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Sony win helps Kizzire crack OWGR top 60
After his second win in the last three months, Patton Kizzire made another significant move in the latest Official World Golf Rankings.
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Sony purse payouts: Kizzire earns $1.116 million
Patton Kizzire defeated James Hahan in a six-hole playoff to capture the Sony Open in Hawaii. Here's a look at how the purse was paid out.
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Kizzire finally solves riddle of 18th fairway
Frustrated by his failures to hit the 18th fairway throughout the tournament, Patton Kizzire finally found the winning strategy in overtime.
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After Further Review: Embracing island life
Our writers take on the topics of the resurrection of the Hawaii swing; the allure of Tiger becoming Tiger again, and the Ryder Cup implications of Thomas Bjorn's weekend.
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Knox hunting OWGR top-50 cutoff, Ryder Cup berth
Russel Knox narrowly missed qualifying for the European Ryder Cup team in 2016 and is back in the hunt for a berth in 2018.
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Spieth: Putting needs 'a lot of work'
After a tie for 18th in the Sony Open in Hawaii, a frustrated Jordan Spieth said his putting needs 'a lot of work.'
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Kizzire beats Hahn on sixth playoff hole to win Sony
Patton Kizzire parred the sixth extra hole to edge James Hahn and win the Sony Open in the longest playoff on Tour in five years.
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Fish earns $100,000 for DRI victory
How much do celebrities get paid for events like the Diamond Resorts Invitational? Winner Mardy Fish took home a check for $100,000.
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Parel, Fish win Diamond Resorts Invitational titles
Scott Parel (pro) and Mardy Fish (celebrity) were the winners Sunday in the Diamond Resorts Invitational in Orlando, Fla.
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Watch: Finau aces 17, tosses club in celebration
Tony Finau made a hole-in-one on Saturday at the Sony Open in Hawaii and celebrated with a club toss.
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Meet Tom Hoge, your 54-hole Sony Open leader
Tom Hoge closed his round on Saturday with back-to-back birdies moving atop the leaderboard and sending some fans scrambling to Google.
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Barber's caddie in ICU after fall, head hit
Blayne Barber’s caddie, Cory Gilmer, is in critical condition in a neurological intensive care unit at a local hospital after falling on Friday and hitting his head.
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Parel leads Short, Durant at Diamond Resorts
Scott Parel added 27 points Saturday to his total 61 to lead the Diamond Resorts Invitational in Orlando by one over Wes Short Jr. and Joe Durant.
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Inbound missile alert mistakenly sent out in Hawaii
Players readying for Saturday at the Sony awoke to a concerning message when an emergency alert was sent out warning of an inbound ballistic missile.
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Watch: Spieth, Woods have both made 91-foot putts
Any of the rest of would gladly have settled for a two-putt, and some of us would have struggled just to three-jack.
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Players tweet about Hawaiian missile alert
Amidst the confusion and panic of Saturday's inadvertent ballistic missile alert in Hawaii, Tour pros took to Twitter.
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Watch: Spieth (68) pours in 91-foot birdie putt
Perhaps the most clutch putter of his generation made just a single putt longer than 5 feet on Friday. In fact, it was much longer.
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Rory: Heart irregularity 'nothing to worry about'
In an interview with The Telegraph, Rory McIlroy revealed "a bit of an irregularity with my heart that I have to keep on top of."
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Phil, Reed making 2018 debuts at CareerBuilder
The PGA Tour heads back to the mainland next week for the CareerBuilder Challenge in La Quinta, Calif., with a solid field.
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ZJ wants young guys to see Tiger at his best
Zach Johnson has played and seen Tiger Woods at his very best, and he wants this younger generation to "have a piece" of that Tiger.
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Shut out of Prez Cup, Harman eyes Ryder Cup berth
Bypassed for last year's U.S. Presidents Cup team, Brian Harman has his sights set on making this year's U.S. Ryder Cup squad.
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Peterson (64) prepared for life after golf
Playing on a major medical extension, John Peterson has eight starts to earn 274 FedExCup points. But if he doesn't, he's OK with that.
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Parel leads Diamond Resorts; Henderson tied for sixth
PGA Tour Champions player Scott Parel racked up 34 points on Friday to lead the Diamond Resorts Invitational by two points over Scott Dunlap.
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Watch: NBA legend Allen holes approach for 3!
Ray Allen made more three-pointers than anyone in NBA history. He made another on Friday at the Diamond Resorts Invitational.
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Kisner pays off bet with Thomas, wears 'Bama jersey at Sony
After teeing off on the par-3 17th hole at Waialae Country Club on Thursday, Kevin Kisner put on an Alabama football jersey to payoff a bet with Justin Thomas.
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ZJ (63) rekindling some old magic at Waialae
Zach Johnson has had his share of both success and struggle at Waialae Country Club. Thursday's 63 was certainly a success.
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After injury, Knost made progress on his bucket list
Colt Knost missed nearly 11 months to injury. In between doctor’s visits and rehabilitation, he checked a few items off his bucket list.
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Time off works for Kirk (63) on Day 1 of Sony
Chris Kirk has a reason to be optimistic at the Sony Open, an event he almost won in 2014, but this year was a little different.
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Spieth (69) derailed by quadruple bogey-8 on Day 1
Jordan Spieth was cruising along at the Sony Open, 4 under through 16 holes after a rocky start to his round when the bottom dropped out of his day.
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Watch: 8 people, 5 dogs rescued via helicopter at California course
The Coast Guard saved eight people and five dogs at a California golf course via helicopter amid deadly mudslides.
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Watch: Ace, eagles highlight Day 1 of SA Open
There were plenty of fireworks in the opening round of the BMW South African Open at Glendower Golf Club in Johannesburg.
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Furyk hoping for Ryder Cup gathering at Players
Prospective U.S. Ryder Cuppers might have dinner plans one night during the Players Championship.
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Ryder Cup preview? Casey-Fleetwood at EurAsia Cup
Jim Furyk likely will be keeping a close eye on this week’s EurAsia Cup.
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Byrd and his 11-year-old nearly beat Snedeker, Brown
Believe it or not, Joanthan Byrd and his 11-year-old son gave Tour winners Brandt Snedeker and Scott Brown a pretty good match this offseason.
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Donald starts 2018 healthy after 'scary' heart incident
Luke Donald spent his last scheduled start on the PGA Tour watching the action from a hospital bed, but he begins 2018 with a clean bill of health.
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Bones takes over as Thomas' fill-in caddie at Sony
Defending champion Justin Thomas has that season-opening sensation at the Sony, but he has Jim 'Bones' Mackay filling in on the bag this week.
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JT couldn't believe Saban answered his call after 'Bama win
Two days after his beloved Alabama beat Georgia in Monday’s College Football Playoff National Championship, Justin Thomas was still riding high.
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Hot Seat: DJ's distance puts heat on governing bodies
Dustin Johnson's signature drive in Kapalua put heat on the USGA and R&A as the distance debate rages. DJ's dominant win also put some pressure on a pair of major champions.
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Podcast: HOF catcher Pudge Rodriguez on perfect game, Ryan-Ventura beat down
Hall of Fame catcher Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez talks about what it was like to catch a perfect game and trying to intervene in the epic Nolan Ryan beat down of Robin Ventura.
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Walker on Lyme disease: Nice to 'feel like me again'
Things started to worry Jimmy Walker a year ago at the Sony Open. 'I was like, something is wrong. I can’t keep getting sick like this,' he said on Tuesday at Waialae.
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Spieth, Thomas split up to watch title game
Longtime buddies Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas chose different venues to watch Monday night's college football national championship game.
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Points - not earnings - now determine Tour exemptions
One of the subtle changes on the PGA Tour this season was the removal of the historic exemption for players who finish inside the top 125 in earnings.
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Lexi (wrist) eyeing LPGA season opener
Lexi Thompson hopes her ailing right wrist will be healed enough to permit her to play in the LPGA’s season opener at the Pure Silk Bahamas Classic in two weeks.
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Pressel's event raises over $1M to fight cancer
Call it Morgan’s major. Her 11th annual Morgan & Friends Fight Cancer event has become her life’s work, and she reveled in its success again Monday.
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Atwal 'picked Tiger's brain' before EurAsia Cup
Tiger Woods could give Team Asia a slight advantage at this week’s EurAsia Cup.
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Stock Watch: Rickie haters take a fall
Rickie Fowler showcased the Hawaiian spirit at Kapalua and not everyone was a fan. In the words of Sergeant Hulka: Lighten up, Francis.
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Fritsch suspended after self-reporting drug violation
Brad Fritsch became the second player in less than a month to run afoul of the PGA Tour’s anti-doping policy.
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Monahan addresses status of suits by Singh, caddies
On Sunday at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, Tour commissioner Jay Monahan spoke about the status of two lawsuits against the Tour.
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Chamblee: DJ's drive 'greatest shot ever hit'
Dustin Johnson's ability with the driver never ceases to amaze, but Brandel Chamblee had the highest praise for his latest monster drive.
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Kisner-JT place jersey bet on 'Bama-UGA game
Kevin Kisner and Justin Thomas have a bet based on who will win the NCAA national championship, Georgia or Alabama.
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TOC purse payouts: DJ leads way with $1.26M
Dustin Johnson picked up a $1.26 million winner's check at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Here's a full breakdown of the $6.3 million purse payouts.
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Rosaforte Report: Walker stepping out of 'Lyme fog'
Jimmy Walker is ready to return to competition after a difficult battle with Lyme disease. Meanwhile, a slight putting tweak has Dustin Johnson dominating on the greens.
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Rahm joins exclusive club with OWGR jump
Jon Rahm couldn't keep up with Dustin Johnson at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, but a runner-up finish in Maui still helped him move to No. 3 in the world.
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D. Johnson: 'I thought I broke my back' at Augusta
Just how bad was Dustin Johnson's slip and fall last year at the Masters? Bad enough that he won't be staying in the same house.
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After Further Review: Can Tiger handle Torrey?
Can Tiger Woods handle the rigors of Torrey? Can Justin Thomas keep rolling without Jimmy Johnson? And can anyone stop Dustin Johnson?
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Monahan: Fowler's Hawaiian shirt was 'fantastic'
Asked at Kapalua his thoughts on Rickie Fowler’s Hawaiian shirt from Thursday, Tour commissioner Jay Monahan was effusive in his praise.
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Last time Bones worked Waialae, JT wasn't born
Jim Mackay will loop for Justin Thomas next week at Waialae, so Thomas and Jordan Spieth asked him about he last caddied there. It's been a bit.
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D. Johnson cruises in 8-shot runaway at TOC
Staked to a two-shot lead entering the final round, Dustin Johnson turned the Sentry Tournament of Champions into a rout.
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DJ just misses hole-in-one ... on 433-yard hole
The Drive of the Year competition may be already over, as it's going to be hard to top this 433-yard Dustin Johnson bomb (and near ace).
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Koepka struggling with mysterious wrist injury
Brooks Koepka's doctors haven't been able to identify the nature or cause of the injury to his left wrist. He just knows it hurts and it's hurting his game.
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New tax-reform act nearly cost Tour tax-exempt status
An early version of the Senate tax-reform act late last year threatened the PGA Tour’s tax-exemption status as public charity before being removed at the 11th hour.
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Harman beat DJ once before; can he do it again?
At last May’s Wells Fargo Championship, Brian Harman bested Dustin Johnson by one. Can he edge him again Sunday in Maui?
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Fowler could use another dramatic Sunday rally
Just like at the Hero, Rickie Fowler will start another Sunday on another island against a limited field, looking to rally. The similarities end there.
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Rahm, 4 back, learning to master Bermuda grass
Jon Rahm hasn't always had the best relationship Bermuda grass. But watching him Saturday in Maui, you wouldn't know it.
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DJ leads Harman by two at Tournament of Champions
Dustin Johnson has an opportunity to make up for his gaffe in China. He'll enter the final round Sunday two clear at the Tournament of Champions.
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Swafford swats 430-yard drive at Kapalua
Hudson Swafford launched a shot on Saturday at the Sentry Tournament of Champions that may end up being the season’s longest.
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Mackay to fill in as Thomas' caddie at Sony
With Jimmy Johnson injured, Justin Thomas will have a pretty well-known caddie on his bag next week: Jim "Bones" Mackay.
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Leishman's only offseason practice? Topgolf
Some players spend the Tour’s abbreviated offseason grinding away on their game or hitting the gym. Marc Leishman went a different way.
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DJ's form and shot shapes are coming back
Dustin Johnson is starting to cut the ball again with his irons and driver. That could mean big trouble for golf courses and opponents.
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Perez still can't believe his career renaissance
On the one hand, Pat Perez was bothered by his Thursday 72. On the other hand, he's really only worried about his new house.
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One word can describe Spieth going 75-66
On Friday at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, Jordan Spieth looked more like the Spieth fans have become accustomed to watching.
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Walker's wife says she has Lyme disease, too
In a blog post detailing her husband's battle with Lyme disease, Erin Walker revealed that she has it, too.
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DJ surprises no one with 69 at Kapalua
It was a typical Dustin Johnson round on Thursday at the Sentry Tournament of Champions - yet another round in the 60s.
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Difficult conditions perfect for Leishman (67)
By the time Marc Leishman teed off for his opening round at the Sentry Tournament of Champions the winds were gusting to 20 mph – perfect.
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Leishman (67) takes early lead at Kapalua
The golf season has officially resumed, as Marc Leishman jumped out to an early lead at the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii.
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'Contaminated' grass plaguing Kapalua greens
If the Plantation Course’s greens don’t look flawless this week, it’s because they’re not, the byproduct of "contaminated" Bermuda grass.
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Players champ Kim (69) seeks consistency
Si Woo Kim took another step toward renewed success with an opening 69 that left him within a stroke of the early lead at Kapalua.
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Woods commits to play Torrey Pines, Riviera
Tiger Woods has committed to play the Farmers Insurance Open and Genesis Open.
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Thomas, Lexi, Langer named GWAA POYs
Justin Thomas, Lexi Thompson and Bernhard Langer were recognized Thursday as the Golf Writers Association of America Players of the Year for 2017.
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Stroud goes from edge of quitting to Tournament of Champions
Earning a trip to the Sentry Tournament of Champions is a unique reward for every player. For Chris Stroud, however, his first trip to the event has been a sea change.
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ROY Schauffele: 'I pick up the tab for my mom now'
Of all the benefits Xander Schauffele’s breakthrough season on the PGA Tour in 2017 provided, it’s a simple pleasure that he’s enjoyed the most.
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Fowler once again trying to check major box in 2018
The 2016-17 season was Rickie Fowler’s most consistent on Tour. But the four-time winner remains in search of his first major.
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DJ says injury cost him 'a good five months'
This should come as no surprise, but Dustin Johnson loves Kapalua, all 7,452 sprawling yards of the bomber’s ballpark.
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Tour launches 'January for Jarrod' to support Lyle
The PGA Tour announced a new charitable venture called "January for Jarrod," an effort to raise funds for former Tour member Jarrod Lyle as he battles acute myeloid leukemia for the third time.
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Pregnant Piller in, injured Creamer out of Diamond Resorts
Gerina Piller announced on Wednesday that she would be participating in the Diamond Resorts Invitational. Paula Creamer, meanwhile, will not compete.
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Sentry TOC: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The PGA Tour winners from 2017 are kicking off the new year in Kapalua at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Here are the key stats for the first event of 2018.
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Spieth: Woods' return the 'major question' of 2018
Amid several exciting storylines, Jordan Spieth believes that Tiger Woods' potential comeback remains the "major question" in golf heading into 2018.
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Spieth confirms engagement: 'It was a great night'
Jordan Spieth opened his first press conference of the new year by confirming his engagement to longtime girlfriend Annie Verret.
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Swing coach Foley joining Golf Channel in 2018
Renowned teaching professional Sean Foley has officially joined the Golf Channel instructional team.
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D. Johnson begins new year as world No. 1
Dustin Johnson starts the new year ranked No. 1 in the world, while two former No. 1-ranked players begin the new year in unfamiliar territory.
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Funk dad, son play 'amazing' round with Trump
Former college standout Taylor Funk became the latest player to sing the praises of President Donald Trump's golf game after the two rang in the new year with a round together in Florida. Funk joined his...
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Players ring in New Year, offer thoughts on '18
It's 2018 and some players took to social media to ring in the New Year and offer thoughts on the upcoming season.
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Podcast: Tiger's year in review; 2018 predictions
Tiger Woods ended 2017 on a good note, but will that mean success in 2018? Will Gray, Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner weigh in.
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Snedeker the latest to make a caddie change
Brandt Snedeker announced that he and longtime caddie Scott Vail have agreed to part ways.
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Woods 'encouraged' but no decision on '18 sked
Tiger Woods said that he was “very encouraged” by his performance earlier this month at the Hero World Challenge but still does not know what his 2018 schedule will entail.
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DeChambeau: Round with Trump 'truly an honor'
Bryson DeChambeau described a recent round as "truly an honor" after becoming the latest PGA Tour pro to tee it up with President Donald Trump.
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Former major champ Campbell to end retirement in '18
Former U.S. Open champ Michael Campbell retired from competitive golf in 2015 but now appears ready to dust off his clubs.
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A very social media Christmas
Many in the golf world took to social media to send out Christmas greetings. Here's a sampling of the best posts.
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Photo: Spieth, Verret appear to be engaged
This photo circulating around social media outlets would very much seem to indicate Jordan Spieth and Annie Verret are now engaged.
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Els gets awesome X-mas gift - a Masters invite
Looks like the 2017 Masters wasn't the last trip around Augusta National for the Big Easy.
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Trump plays golf with Thomas, Berger, Herman
President Donald Trump kicked off his holiday stay at Mar-A-Lago Saturday with a round of golf featuring three PGA Tour players.
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By the numbers: Woods' swing coaches
Here is a by-the-numbers look at Tiger Woods’ swing coaches over his professional career.
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Woods splits with swing coach Como
Tiger Woods announced on Friday via Twitter his split with swing coach Chris Como, "to do this on my own."
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Sports broadcast legend Enberg dies at 82
Legendary sports broadcaster Dick Enberg died Thursday night at age 82. Take a look back at one of his most famous golf calls, in the 1999 U.S. Open.
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Most-read stories on GolfChannel.com in 2017
Readers like Tiger Woods. Well, at least they continue to like clicking on Tiger-related articles. Take a look at our most-read stories in 2017.
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Puerto Rico Open to become unofficial event for 2018
The PGA Tour announced that a "special, unofficial" event will be held in lieu of the Puerto Rico Open next spring in an effort to raise funds for the hurricane-ravaged island.
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Most-watched 'fun' videos on GolfChannel.com in 2017
Songs, jokes and broken clubs. 'Fun,' of course, is a relative term. But these are our top entertaining videos of the year.
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Most-watched instruction videos on GolfChannel.com in 2017
Take a look at GolfChannel.com's most-watched instruction videos of the year, from Martin, Blair and the pros.
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Most-watched videos on GolfChannel.com in 2017
Take a quick-click look at the most-watched videos on GolfChannel.com this year, including several relating to reaction to Tiger Woods' DUI arrest.
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Woods' Chicago course design 'sort of on hold'
One year after it was announced that Tiger Woods would design a course on the South Side of Chicago, the project is at a standstill.
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Newsmakers of the Year: Top 10 in 2017
GolfChannel.com counted down the top 10 Newsmakers of the Year, as voted on by Golf Channel’s writers, editors, reporters and producers.
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Rose wins; Aphibarnrat earns Masters bid in Indonesia
Justin Rose continued his recent run of dominance in Indonesia, while Kiradech Aphibarnrat snagged a Masters invite with some 72nd-hole dramatics.
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Woods' 2018 schedule coming into focus ... or is it?
Two weeks after his successful return to competition at the Hero World Challenge, Tiger Woods’ 2018 schedule may be coming into focus.
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Lexi (wrist) WDs from Diamond Resorts Invitational
Lexi Thompson on Friday withdrew from the Diamond Resorts Invitational, citing inflammation in her wrist.
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Podcast: Daly takes big pride in 'Little John'
In this Golf Channel podcast, two-time major winner John Daly talks about his son's winning ways on the junior circuit and playing alongside him in the Father-Son.
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Sneds starts slowly in Masters invite bid
Brandt Snedeker flew halfway around the world in search of a Masters invite, but after one round of the Indonesian Masters it could be for naught.
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Crosby selected as 2019 U.S. Walker Cup captain
The USGA announced that former U.S. Amateur champ Nathaniel Crosby will serve as the American captain for the 2019 Walker Cup at Royal Liverpool.
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LaCava: Woods wouldn't talk after H.O.R.S.E. match
Tiger Woods' caddie Joe LaCava shared a story about a H.O.R.S.E match between the two men that ended in LaCava getting the silent treatment.
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Lesson with Woods fetches $210K for Harvey relief
A charity event raised more than $1 million for Hurricane Harvey relief, thanks in large part to a hefty price paid for a private lesson with Tiger Woods.
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LPGA schedule features 34 events, record purse
The LPGA schedule will once again feature 34 events next year with a record $68.75 million in total purses, the tour announced on Wednesday.
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Suspended Hensby offers details on missed drug test
One day after receiving a one-year suspension from the PGA Tour for failing to provide a sample for a drug test, Mark Hensby offered details on the events that led to his missed test in October.
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Day's wife shares emotional story of miscarriage
Jason Day’s wife revealed on social media that the couple had a miscarriage last month. Ellie Day, who announced her pregnancy on Nov. 4, posted an emotional note on Instagram that she lost the baby on...
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PGA Tour suspends Hensby for anti-doping violation
Mark Hensby has been suspended for one year by the PGA Tour for violating the Tour’s anti-doping policy.
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Lexi 'applaud's USGA, R&A for rules change
Lexi Thompson responded Monday to the new rules protocols that will eliminate the use of TV viewer call-ins and emails in relation to penalties.
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PGA Tour, LPGA react to video review rules changes
The PGA Tour and LPGA, which were both part of a working group of entities who voted on the recent rules' changes, issued the following statements.
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Sharma among three Open qualifiers at Joburg Open
Shubhankar Sharma earned his first career European Tour win at the rain-delayed Joburg Open and punched his ticket to The Open in the process.
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Rules changes include no more viewer call-ins
The USGA and R&A announced on Monday updates to the Rules of Golf, which include no longer accepting viewer call-ins relating to violations.
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McCoy earns medalist honors at Web.com Q-School
One year after his budding career was derailed by a car accident, Lee McCoy got back on track by earning medalist honors at the final stage of Web.com Tour Q-School.
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Els honored with Heisman Humanitarian Award
There was a non-football moment on Saturday night at the Heisman Trophy ceremony as Ernie Els received the Heisman Humanitarian Award.
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Monday finish for Joburg Open; Sharma leads by 4
Rain, lightning and hail pushed the Joburg Open to a Monday finish, with India’s Shubhankar Sharma holding a four-stroke lead with 11 holes to play in Johannesburg.
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Stricker, O'Hair team to win QBE Shootout
Steve Stricker and Sean O'Hair teamed to win the QBE Shootout, finishing two shots ahead of the duo of Graeme McDowell and Shane Lowry.
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Yin wins first pro title at Omega Dubai Ladies Classic
Big hitting American teen Angel Yin won her first professional title Saturday in memorable fashion at the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic.
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Report: McIlroy keeping Diamond on as caddie
After being "inundated" with offers from other caddies, Rory McIlroy has reportedly decided to keep his friend Harry Diamond on the bag in 2018, according to the Guardian.
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Podcast: Hockey, hopes and family with Henderson
Brooke Henderson talks about growing up playing hockey, playing professional golf with her sister as a caddie and what her goals are for 2018.
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Lexi playing with fellas at site of 2-foot miss
Lexi Thompson has a million reasons to be excited about her return to Tiburon Golf Club for the QBE Shootout this week and one bad memory to shake off.
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Watch: Shirtless Lovelady blasts from the water
Desperate times call for desperate measures, when money is on the line. Just ask a shirtless Tom Lovelady.
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McIlroy adds Honda to busy spring schedule
Rory McIlroy has added the Honda Classic to his ambitious early-season schedule which already included six other events leading into the Masters.
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ICYMI: Frittelli uses compass in winning on Euro Tour
Dylan Frittelli won the Mauritius Open with only 13 clubs in his bag and by using a compass to gauge wind direction on the 71st hole.
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Oosthuizen WDs from Joburg after freak injury
A freak injury has knocked Louis Oosthuizen out of this week’s Joburg Open.
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Chambers out, Bandon in as 2019 Four-Ball venue
The USGA announced that the 2019 U.S. Amateur Four-Ball is moving from Chambers Bay to Bandon Dunes because of an ongoing turfgrass transition at Chambers Bay.
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Stock Watch: Highs and lows of 2017
It was a banner year for Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas, while the Rules of Golf had several bad moments in 2017.
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Spieth remains Masters favorite; Woods 20/1
Jordan Spieth remains the betting favorite for the Masters, while Tiger Woods' odds dropped significantly following the Hero World Challenge.
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World Cup of Golf returning to Australia in 2018
The biennial World Cup of Golf will return to Australia next fall and will be held at Metropolitan Golf Club in Melbourne.
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Hoffmann reveals he has muscular dystrophy
Morgan Hoffmann on Monday announced in a blog post that he has been diagnosed with muscular dystrophy.
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Butch: 'I really like' how Tiger is swinging
Count Butch Harmon among the growing group of instructors, analysts and pundits who were buoyed by what they saw from Tiger Woods at the Hero.
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Fowler to 7th in world; Woods up to 668th
Rickie Fowler is up two spots in the Official World Golf Ranking, while Tiger Woods just jumped from 1,199th to 668th.
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After Further Review: Remarkable week for Tiger
After Tiger Woods' return this week at the Hero, our writers weigh in on his 2018 prospects, Masters odds and more.
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Woods: 'It’s been really nice' to finally be healthy
The well wishes for Tiger Woods have poured in from all over the world and from all walks of life. It hasn’t gone unnoticed by the 14-time major champ.
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Puerto Rico's Torres claims last of 20 LPGA cards
Maria Torres finished 20th Sunday in the final stage of LPGA Q-School and couldn’t have been more thrilled if she won the event.
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Fowler's 61 stole the attention from Tiger - for a bit
It was Tiger Woods who was wearing his signature red and black on Sunday, but it was Rickie Fowler who produced a Tiger-esque performance.
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Woods remains coy on early 2018 schedule
Tiger Woods finished the Hero World Challenge at 8 under par, tied for ninth place, said he felt great and is not sure what is next.
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JT hears Alabama news, plays 6 holes 5 under
Justin Thomas found out that Alabama had made the College Football Playoff and then promptly went on a tear Sunday.
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TT postscript: A rousing success of a week
Tiger Woods may not have won the Hero World Challenge, but there's no denying that he came out of the event a winner.
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By the numbers: Key stats from Fowler's Hero win
Rickie Fowler won the trophy, but Tiger Woods was impressive, too, at the Hero World Challenge. Here are the key stats from the final round.
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Fowler (61) rallies to win Hero; Tiger finishes T-9
Rickie Fowler torched Albany for a 61 en route to a four-shot win at the Hero World Challenge, while Tiger Woods closed out his week with reason to smile.
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Highlights from Tiger's front-nine 31 on Sunday
Check out these highlights from Tiger Woods' final round at the Hero World Challenge on Sunday at Albany in the Bahamas.
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Smith overcomes heckler, wins Aussie PGA
Cameron Smith captured the Australian PGA Championship in a playoff despite the efforts of a particularly vocal heckler in the gallery.
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Hall fifth going into final LPGA Q-School round
England’s Georgia Hall continued her hard climb at the final stage of LPGA Q-School, shooting a 69 Saturday and moving into a tie for fifth going into Sunday’s final round.
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No Greller, no problem: Spieth learning to do it alone
Jordan Spieth is learning a few things at the Hero World Challenge as he plays for the second straight week without his normal caddie, Michael Greller.
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Matsuyama rocks red and black, beats Woods by three
Hideki Matsuyama’s clothes for Saturday’s round had already been scripted, but when he found himself paired with Tiger Woods, he knew it was perfect.
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You Oughta Know: 54-hole Hero leaders close
Here’s what You Oughta Know heading into Sunday at the Hero World Challenge, where Charley Hoffman leads by five shots.
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Woods (75) struggles: 'Nice to be part of the fight again'
Tiger Woods finally looked like a player who hadn’t played a competitive round of golf in 301 days with a 3-over 75 on Saturday.
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TT postscript: A stumble, but not without hope
Should we be surprised that Tiger Woods finally had an over-par round? No, nor should we make too much out of it.
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By the numbers: Key stats from Round 3 at the Hero
Charley Hoffman built a five-shot lead heading into the final round. Here are the key stats from Round 3 at the Hero World Challenge.
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Hoffman up 5 at Hero; Woods (75) shows rust
Charley Hoffman is up five at the Hero, where tournament host Tiger Woods finally showed his competitive rust on Saturday.
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Highlights from Tiger's third round at Hero
Tiger Woods started 69-68 at the Hero World Challenge, but ran into some trouble early on Moving Day. Here's the highs and lows of his third round at Albany.
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Watch: Fleetwood's ball in 'moon-like crater'
You can't draw a much worse lie than the one Tommy Fleetwood drew at the par-4 14th on Saturday at the Hero World Challenge.
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World ranking projections for Tiger after Hero
Tiger Woods could vault himself to 134th in the world with a win this week. How will his world ranking affect his 2018 schedule?
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Tiger Tracker: Hero World Challenge
Tiger Woods carded a final-round 68 in his final round of the Hero World Challenge. We're tracking his every move!
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Woods on his back: 'No issues at all, none'
After two days the results are encouraging for Tiger Woods' surgically repaired back at the Hero World Challenge.
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Masters odds: Woods goes from 100/1 to 15/1
Tiger Woods still doesn’t know where he’ll play next on the PGA Tour, but oddsmakers don’t seem to care.
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Hideki avoids penalty after flubbed chip
Hideki Matsuyama met with rules officials after his round Friday but was cleared of any wrongdoing after a discussion.
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Reed hopes to chase down Tiger at Hero
Patrick Reed is happy to see Tiger Woods playing well again, but he also hopes to be in contention on Sunday with the 14-time major champ.
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LaCava told Tiger: 'You played good all day'
Moments after they finished off a second-round 68 Friday at the Hero, Tiger Woods’ longtime Joe LaCava smiled at his boss.
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By the numbers: Key stats from Round 2 at the Hero
Tiger Woods followed up his opening 3-under 69 with a 4-under 68 on Friday. Here are the key stats from the second round at the Hero World Challenge.
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TT postscript: 31 is a beautiful number
Tiger Woods' front-nine performance, a 5-under 31 culminating with an eagle, was a thing of beauty in Round 2 of the Hero World Challenge.
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Hataoka leads LPGA Q-School; Hall up to 11th
Nasa Hataoka leads at LPGA Qualifying School in Daytona, where Georgia Hall has recovered from a poor start and now eyes her card.
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Hoffman leads Hero; Woods (68) lurks 5 back
Charley Hoffman leads the Hero World Challenge, where tournament host Tiger Woods shot 68 and took the outright lead twice on Friday.
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Highlights from Tiger's second round at Hero
Tiger Woods opened with a 3-under 69 at the Hero World Challenge on Thursday, and he did one stroke better in the second round.
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Caddie hurt, Kisner pulls friend from gallery
Kevin Kisner used a member of the gallery to caddie for him on Thursday at the Hero World Challenge.
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Hero leader Fleetwood eager to compete on PGA Tour
American audiences should get used to seeing Hero World Challenge leader Tommy Fleetwood of England this season.
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Grain of truth: Chipping vexes Woods again
As he has in previous comeback attempts, Tiger Woods found chipping into the grain of the Bermuda grass to be a frustrating exercise.
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By the numbers: Key stats from Tiger's return
Tiger Woods opened with a 3-under 69 in his first competitive round since February. Here are the key stats from the first round at the Hero World Challenge.
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Woods thanks JT, DJ, Rickie, Rory, Berger for their help
Tiger Woods on Thursday thanked some of his South Florida tour pro buddies for helping him get ready to play this week in Albany.
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TT postscript: Tiger's day of the driver
Our Tiger Tracker has some thoughts on Tiger Woods’ 3-under 69 Thursday in the first round of the Hero World Challenge at Albany:
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Woods (69) three behind Fleetwood at Hero
Tiger Woods returned to competition with a 3-under 69 that put him three behind Race to Dubai winner Tommy Fleetwood.
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Highlights from Tiger's opening round at Hero
Check out these selected highlights from Tiger Woods' opening round Thursday at the Hero World Challenge in Albany.
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Woods closes with bogey, makes turn in 1 under
There was a distinct air of annoyance as Tiger Woods made the turn at 1 under, the byproduct of a sloppy bogey at the par-5 ninth hole.
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Pros, celebs tweet excitement for Tiger's return
Tiger Woods returned to competition for the first time since February. Here are some of the social media reactions from his fellow pros and celebs.
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Hall shoots 77 on Day 1 at LPGA Q-School
Georgia Hall, who leads the LET Tour Order of Merit and represented Europe in the Solheim Cup, shot 77 on Day 1 of LPGA Q-School.
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Sick Spieth: Sound worse than I feel
Jordan Spieth has been limited in his Hero World Challenge preparations because of a lingering sickness.
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Tiger responds to JT's 'kick his a**' comment
On Wednesday, Tiger Woods was asked after his pro-am round if he had heard Justin Thomas’ comments and if he had any in return.
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Woods misses one fairway, plays pro-am under par
The final preparations have been made, the hyperbole has reached a crescendo, and now all that remains is the main event.
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Punch Shot: Tiger Tracker weighs in on Woods
Tiger Woods' return to competition means one thing: the return of GCTigerTracker. GolfChannel.com senior writer Rex Hoggard caught up with the man of mystery.
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Inspired by Langer, Scott back to long putter
Inspired by the success of Bernhard Langer and Scott McCarron, Adam Scott told reporters at the Australian PGA that he will return to the long putter this week.
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JT will be trying to kick Tiger's a** at Hero
Justin Thomas is playing with Tiger Woods on Thursday at the Hero World Challenge and everyone wants to know what he thinks of the high-profile pairing.
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JT on greatest feat in '17: Will never know how I won
All the wins, the PGA Championship, the 59 in Hawaii, the $10 million FedExCup bonus. What is Justin Thomas most proud of? It's not what you'd think.
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