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John Antonini

Here’s a statistical look at the 30 players in the field and their scoring totals for the staggered start at this week’s season finale.
More than a few athletes have competed on the largest golf tours in the U.S. Their status can be separated into two categories: novelties and those who made golf a career.
Long before the 2020 Open was canceled, the 1871 edition was as well. But not because of war or health threats.
The Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass has hosted The Players Championship since 1982. And like many Tour venues, it hasn’t been welcome to first-time winners.
Tiger Woods produced the greatest golf in history during his Tiger Slam run. It was so incredible that it measures up to the greatest accomplishments in sports.
The major decade has wrapped up. Who performed the best in the 10-year span? Using a simple points system, here’s how they rank.
Ben Hogan won 64 official PGA Tour events, 11 coming after his near-death accident. But what if that accident had never occurred?
With the PGA Championship being contested in May we take a look back at how majors have been spread throughout the different months.
Tiger Woods is looking to surpass Sam Snead for most career PGA Tour wins. That could happen this year. These are other notable records that could fall in 2019.
The 32nd Tour Championship begins Thursday at East Lake GC. Here’s a key statistical look at the 30 players in the field.
Good news, Dustin Johnson: You’re No. 1 in the world again. The bad news? World No. 1’s rarely win major championships, unless their name is Tiger Woods.
You know the holes, but do you know the history? We take a look at all 18 holes at ANGC and look at their significance in determining a Masters champion.
Dustin Johnson is the defending WGC-Dell Match Play champion, but a pair of other past winners battle for the top spot in our performance ranking.
Phil Mickelson has been ranked inside the top 50 since 1993. Will the streak end after this week? If it does, it’s been an incredible - and sometimes frustrating - ride.
Rory McIlroy’s 2013-14 season on the PGA and European tours was nothing short of sensational. Here’s a tournament-by-tournament look at his amazing year.
Rory McIlroy got the trophies, Lydia Ko had the numbers and Bernhard Langer set the records, but as we look back at the year in stats, even Tiger Woods led the PGA Tour in one category.
One month shy of his 39th birthday, Tiger Woods returns to action at this week’s Hero World Challenge.
Stacy Lewis edged out Inbee Park and Lydia Ko in the LPGA player of the year race, but all three golfers had stellar seasons in 2014, forming a three-woman rivalry that should be one of the most compelling in golf for year’s to come.
Charley Hoffman blistered the front-nine holes at Mayakoba’s El Camaleon course and has just about secured his spot in the PGA Tour Playoffs for the ninth consecutive year.
Nick Taylor looks to become the first player to win Fall Series events in consecutive weeks, but the real story at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba might come from Chris Stroud (or is that Brian Stuard).
Bubba Watson’s playoff win at the WGC-HSBC Champions moves him past a World Golf Hall of Famer to third on the PGA Tour’s all-time list of southpaw victors.
The WGC-HSBC Champions in China is the right time to take a look at Sergio Garcia, one of the game’s best world-wide golfers
Ryan Moore’s title defense at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia gets him a new moniker and how Cameron Smith joined select company in his PGA Tour debut
In just its second year as an official PGA Tour event, the CIMB Classic is short on statistical analysis, but long on top performers such as Ryan Moore and Brendon de Jonge.