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McIlroy (rib) eyes return at WGC-Mexico
Currently sidelined with a rib injury, Rory McIlroy is hoping to make his return to competition at the WGC-Mexico Championship in March.
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South Korean star S.H. Park eyes LPGA ROY
It should come as no surprise that another South Korean is a massive favorite to win the LPGA Rookie of the Year Award this season.
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Report: Trump wants Queen to watch him play golf
President Donald Trump reportedly hopes to play a round of golf with Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral Castle during a proposed state visit this summer.
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After long absence, Woods will try again at Riviera
Next month at the Genesis Open at Riviera, Tiger Woods will have a chance to end a rare run of futility.
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Woods ready to go: 'I've sat out long enough'
After playing only one event in 17 months, Tiger Woods is scheduled to make four starts in the next five weeks.
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Place your bets: Woods 30/1 to win Farmers
Tiger Woods is listed at 30/1 to win this week's Farmers Insurance Open, while tournament co-favorites Jason Day and Dustin Johnson opened at 9/1.
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McIlroy (ribs) out for Dubai Desert Classic
Rory McIlroy will miss his second expected start as he continues to recover from a stress fracture in one of his ribs.
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Team GB&I names finalists for Walker Cup squad
The R&A announced Monday a roster of 19 men who have been selected as the initial Walker Cup team for Great Britain & Ireland, 10 of whom will compete against the U.S. squad in September.
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Swafford, Fleetwood climb OWGR after wins
Hudson Swafford and Tommy Fleetwood both made big climbs up the Official World Golf Rankings after their respective victories Sunday.
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Tiger Tracker: Farmers Insurance Open
Tiger Woods begins a stretch of four events in five weeks at the Farmers Insurance Open, and makes a Monday pit stop to promote his event at Riviera.
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After Further Review: Why did Woods choose Torrey?
Tiger Woods will play his first official PGA Tour event in almost 18 months this week, and he’s diving right back into the deep end at Torrey Pines.
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Phil excited by his play, tweaking his driver
Phil Mickelson said Sunday following a final-round 70 at the CareerBuilder Challenge that his game is “further along” than he expected it to be.
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Swafford wins CareerBuilder for first Tour title
Hudson Swafford birdied three of his final four holes to win the CareerBuilder Challenge by one over the eighth player in Tour history to break 60, Adam Hadwin.
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Eason makes Web.com Tour-record decuple-bogey 15
After losing 32 balls in the Bahamas two weeks ago, Greg Eason just closed his round Sunday with a decuple-bogey 15.
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Four qualify for The Open at Singapore Open
A 17-year-old and a 50-year-old were among four players to earn spots in The Open via high finishes this week at the SMBC Singapore Open.
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Kaymer, Johnson stall in Abu Dhabi
Dustin Johnson and Martin Kaymer both let promising opportunities to win slip away Sunday at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
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Fleetwood rallies for Abu Dhabi title
England's Tommy Fleetwood rallied for a one-shot victory at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, his first European Tour win since 2013.
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You Oughta Know: Inside Hadwin's 13-under 59
Here's what You Oughta Know heading into Sunday in Palm Springs, where Adam Hadwin will try to ride his 59 to victory.
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Hadwin fires 13-under 59 to take CareerBuilder lead
After becoming the eighth player in PGA Tour history to shoot 59, Adam Hadwin will take a one-shot lead into Sunday at the CareerBuilder Challenge.
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Watch: Hadwin closes out 59 at CareerBuilder
Adam Hadwin put the finishing touches on his 59 with a short par putt before getting a big congratulations from his playing partners and the fans.
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Hadwin cards PGA Tour's second 59 in as many weeks
Adam Hadwin on Saturday became eighth player in PGA Tour history to shoot 59 and tied the record for the most birdies in a round (13).
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Final-round tee times moved up at CareerBuilder
With inclement weather expected on Sunday, final-round tee times have been moved up at the CareerBuilder Challenge.
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77 facts about Jack Nicklaus on his 77th birthday
On the occasion of Jack Nicklaus' 77th birthday, we present 77 facts about the Golden Bear - some well known, others not so much.
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Kaymer, Stenson in great position through 54 at Abu Dhabi
Fifteen players are within three shots at Abu Dhabi, including major champions Henrik Stenson and Martin Kaymer.
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Obama's final tally: 333 rounds of golf as POTUS
The now former President Barack Obama played 333 rounds as president. Obama's last round came on December 31 while on vacation in Hawaii.
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'Rusty' Mickelson shoots 66 at CareerBuilder
Coming off two sports hernia surgeries, Phil Mickelson didn't know what to expect in his first start of 2017 at the CareerBuilder Challenge.
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Mickelson debuts new 'Jumping Phil' logo
In his first start of 2017, Phil Mickelson debuted a new look ... but you had to look really close to notice it.
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Swafford leads CareerBuilder; Mickelson 4 back
Hudson Swafford will take the lead into the weekend at the CareerBuilder Challenger, but a familiar name isn't too far down the leaderboard.
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Watch: Mickelson holes out from bunker
Watch Phil Mickelson hole out from the sand in Round 2 of the CareerBuilder Challenge.
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Substitutions allowed during NCAA match play
The NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Committee announced this week that substitutions will now be allowed during the match-play portion of the NCAA Championship, beginning this year.
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Fowler, DJ match 68's; lots of ground to make up
It was a better day for both Rickie Fowler and Dustin Johnson in Abu Dhabi, but both players have a lot of ground to make up.
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Stenson struggles to 71, falls three back in Abu Dhabi
On the heels of a bogey-free 64, Henrik Stenson was a little sloppier in Round 2 of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
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Langer shares lead in Mitsubishi Electric Championship
Bernhard Langer, Duffy Waldorf and Marco Dawson all posted rounds of 8-under-par 64 to share the first-round lead in the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai.
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Daly opens Champions season with 7-under 65
John Daly kicked off the 2017 PGA Tour Champions season with a bang.
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Rookie Bozzelli leads CareerBuilder by 1
Rookie Dominic Bozzelli broke out of a logjam on Thursday, shooting an 8-under 64 to take a one-shot lead in the CareerBuilder Challenge.
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Augusta National buys neighboring Pep Boys for $6.9M
Augusta National Golf Club recently acquired a neighboring Pep Boys auto parts store for a reported total of $6.9 million.
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Former champ Vegas trails by 1 at CareerBuilder
Jhonattan Vegas shot an opening-round 65 and trails by one shot at the event where he earned his breakthrough victory in 2011.
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Mickelson opens with 'phenomenal' 68 at CareerBuilder
Unsure if he would be able to play following two surgeries, Phil Mickelson opened the CareerBuilder Challenge with a 4-under 68.
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Aphibarnrat: Plays golf to buy shoes, watches
After opening with a 66 in Abu Dhabi, Kiradech Aphibarnrat explained that his busy worldwide schedule is built in part to support his lavish off-course spending.
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LPGA tweaks allow more players to win CME Globe
The LPGA made two tweaks to its Race to the CME Globe that will give more players a chance at the big end-of-season prize.
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DJ, Fowler both slow out of gates in Abu Dhabi
Top Americans Rickie Fowler and Dustin Johnson both struggled to rounds of even-par 72 at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
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Kaymer (66) continues to thrive in Abu Dhabi
Martin Kaymer has won three times in Abu Dhabi, and he's poised to contend again after opening with a 6-under 66.
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Flawless Stenson takes early lead in Abu Dhabi
Despite minimal practice entering the week, Henrik Stenson shot a bogey-free 64 to take an early two-shot lead in Abu Dhabi.
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Els believes winning majors still on Woods' 'agenda'
Ernie Els won the Open Championship at age 42, and he believes that 41-year-old Tiger Woods could still someday lift another major trophy.
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Tiger already calling Stricker about Presidents Cup
The Presidents Cup is still about nine months away, but U.S. captain Steve Stricker said Wednesday he is already getting calls from one of his assistants – Tiger Woods.
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Players support music played on range in Abu Dhabi
The European Tour has added music on the range and walk-up songs this week at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, to the delight of several players.
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Jutanugarn headlines LPGA opener in Bahamas
Ariya Jutanugarn will get a head start on No. 1 Lydia Ko at next week’s LPGA season opener at the Pure Silk Bahamas Classic
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Mickelson to make 2017 debut at CareerBuilder
Phil Mickelson will begin his year a week earlier than anticipated.
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Reed not shying away from Thomas' red-hot run
Justin Thomas may have won two events in a row, but Patrick Reed "can't wait" for their next opportunity to go toe-to-toe under tournament conditions.
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Punch Shot: Are all these low scores good for golf?
A 59 here, a 58 there. Sub-60 watches every day at the Sony. Are the bevy of low numbers good for the game? Our writers weigh in.
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Euros up captain's picks, lower events for Ryder Cup
The European Tour announced a number of changes to the qualification process for the 2018 Ryder Cup, including granting captain Thomas Bjorn an extra pick.
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Ko, Gilchrist working together, is union imminent?
Rolex world No. 1 Lydia Ko may have found her new coach, the same coach who helped Ariya Jutanugarn top Ko for Rolex Player of the Year last season.
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Fowler on injury: Players can't live 'in a bubble'
In light of Rory McIlroy's recent injury, Rickie Fowler believes players shouldn't live 'in a bubble' to avoid a physical setback that might cost them time.
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Mickelson paired with Haas at CareerBuilder
Phil Mickelson's health remains a question mark, but if healthy he will play the first two rounds of the CareerBuilder Challenge alongside two-time tournament champ Bill Haas.
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Stock Watch: Spieth quietly on the rise
While all the focus has been on Justin Thomas' torrid start to the new year, Jordan Spieth hasn't done too badly himself.
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Back specialist: McIlroy's injury rare for golfers
A former team physician for the Indiana Pacers shares his thoughts on Rory McIlroy's rib injury and weighs in on how long it typically takes to recover.
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Masters odds for Thomas continue to shrink
After a pair of wins to open 2017, odds on Justin Thomas to win the Masters have drifted all the way down to 25/1 at one Las Vegas sports book.
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McIlroy WDs from Abu Dhabi with rib injury
Rory McIlroy won’t play in this week’s Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship after an MRI exam determined that he had a stress fracture in one of his ribs.
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Thomas cracks top 10 in OWGR with Sony win
With back-to-back wins in Hawaii, Justin Thomas is now ranked eighth in the Official World Golf Ranking.
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Fore Things: Thomas' caddie the secret ingredient
Everyone wants to know how Justin Thomas dominated the Hawaii swing. Turns out Steve Stricker knows the answer.
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By the numbers: Thomas' record-setting season
Justin Thomas is obviously the hottest player on Tour so far this season. Here's exactly how hot he is.
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After dominant win, Thomas can't wait for Masters
Justin Thomas wasn’t shy when asked how his fourth Tour victory would impact his future play. “I'm so, so excited for the Masters," he said. "I love that course.”
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Low scores nothing new at Waialae Country Club
The week at the Sony Open saw rounds of 59 (Justin Thomas), 60 (Kevin Kisner) and 61 (Chez Reavie). But that's nothing new at Waialae CC.
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Spieth's putting tweak works wonders
Jordan Spieth knew he was playing for second place, a nod to Justin Thomas’ record-breaking week as well as his own putting woes through 54 holes.
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After Further Review: Can JT keep it going?
Two weeks in Hawaii means two wins in a row for Justin Thomas. Can he keep it going? That and more in After Further Review.
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Thomas wins Sony with PGA Tour-record score
Justin Thomas closed with a 5-under 65 to complete his domination of the Sony Open and set a PGA Tour 72-hole scoring record.
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Two lip-outs cost Mexico’s Ortiz the LAAC title
Alvaro Ortiz didn’t lose by a shot Sunday. He lost by an inch – twice. Had either one of his two lip-outs gone down, he’d be on his way to the Masters
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Watch: Reavie makes hole-in-one
Poor Waialea Country Club has been getting pummeled this week. Watch what Chez Reavie did to No. 17 (which was his eighth hole of the day) on Sunday:
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Gana earns Masters invite with LAAC playoff win
Chile's Toto Gana brushed in a 2-foot putt for birdie on the second playoff hole to win the 2017 Latin America Amateur Championship.
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Fellow pros congratulate jouneyman Storm on Twitter
Graeme Storm returned to the winner's circle for the first time in nearly a decade on Sunday and his fellow pros couldn't be happier for him.
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Storm has Reed to thank for SA Open victory
Graeme Storm has an unlikely player to thank for his victory Sunday at the South African Open: Patrick Reed.
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McIlroy to undergo MRI; Abu Dhabi status uncertain
Rory McIlroy is scheduled to undergo an MRI scan on his injured back Monday.
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Storm tops McIlroy in playoff to win S. African Open
Graeme Storm defeated Rory McIlroy on the third hole of sudden death to win the BMW South African Open.
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Fore Things: Good omen for Thomas' record scores
Another day, another record performance for Justin Thomas, who followed rounds of 59-64 with a 65 despite not having his best stuff early on Saturday.
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You Oughta Know: Thomas' odd feat
Justin Thomas' 65 was his highest round of the week. That's just one thing You Oughta Know about the Sony Open in Hawaii.
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Kisner: 'Can't be that upset' after just missing 59
Three days after Justin Thomas posted a sub-60 round at the Sony Open, Kevin Kisner had his own putt for 59 but just burned the edge.
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Zach: You have to hit fairways, greens to win in Hawaii
Waialae Country Club is very much a friendly confines stop for many players like Zach Johnson, who won the Sony Open in 2009 and has missed just two cuts in 12 starts.
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Schniederjans credits brother for hot play at Sony
Rookie Ollie Schniederjans said his tie for sixth at the RSM Classic gave him momentum heading into this week’s Sony Open.
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Thomas chasing history at Sony
Justin Thomas continued his assault on the record book on Saturday, shooting a 65 to take a 7-shot lead in the Sony Open.
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Watch: Kisner comes within inches of 59
Justin Thomas became the newest member of golf's 59-club on Thursday at the Sony Open, but he almost had some company before the tournament even ended.
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Best friends Gana, Niemann face off for LAAC title
On Sunday, two best friends, Toto Gana and Joaquin Niemann will play as they always do. But this time, the winner may be headed to Augusta.
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Ortiz determined to beat his brother to Augusta
Alvaro Ortiz is in position to do something he's rarely ever done: beat his brother, Carlos, in this case, to Augusta National.
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Panama's Ordonez, 4 back, humbled meeting Payne
Panama Miguel Ordonez thought he was emotional walking off the 18th green Saturday, but then he heard: "The chairman wants to meet you.”
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Mickelson 'hopeful' to play CareerBuilder Challenge
Phil Mickelson is on the field list for next week's CareerBuilder Challenge and is 'hopeful' to begin his 2017.
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McIlroy three back entering final round in South Africa
Rory McIlroy once again caught fire in the middle of his round at the BMW South African Open. But, once again, a bogey at the last left him trailing leader Graeme Storm.
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Watch: McIlroy holes out on one par 4, drives another
Watch Rory McIlroy hole out from the fairway and drive a par 4 in Round 3 of the BMW South African Open.
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Fore Things: Spieth, Kaufman get waved
Although Justin Thomas continued to dominate the conversation at Waialae Country Club, there were plenty of other notables on Day 2 in Hawaii.
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Sick DeChambeau rebounds with 67 to make cut
On Thursday, Bryson DeChambeau struggled to a 1-under 69, the byproduct of an illness that challenged the 23-year-old to keep his balance at times.
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Thomas didn't know he was nearing a record
Unlike his historic 59, Justin Thomas said he wasn’t aware he was close to setting a 36-hole scoring record until after his round.
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Thomas (64) sets 36-hole record, leads by 5
Justin Thomas continued to dominate the Sony Open in Hawaii on Friday, following his opening 59 with a 64 to take a five-shot lead.
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Watch: Thomas nearly makes hole-in-one
There aren't many ways to follow the excitement of shooting a 59, but making a hole-in-one in the next round certainly qualifies. Justin Thomas came thisclose to doing just that.
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Austin leads Diamond Resorts after 59 on Day 1
Justin Thomas wasn't the only guy to shoot golf's magic number this week. Woody Austin leads the Diamond Resorts Invitational after carding a 59 on Friday ... unknowingly.
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Leishman's wife pregnant after surviving health scare
Two years ago when Marc Leishman withdrew from the Masters to be with his wife because of an emergency, he didn’t know what the future held.
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Sony Open benefiting from participation rule
A new rule requiring players to diversify their schedules is already having an effect, as the Sony Open in Hawaii can testify.
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After watching Chaplet, Ortiz eyes Augusta return
Costa Rica's Alvaro E. Ortiz leads the LAAC and is in the mix for a return trip to Augusta, only this time, he wouldn’t be watching
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Austin unknowingly fires 59 to open Diamond Resorts
Woody Austin shot 12-under 59 in the first round of the Diamond Resorts Invitational for a 43-point total.
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McIlroy injures back; hopes to play Saturday
Rory McIlroy said Friday that he nearly withdrew before the second round of the BMW South African Open because of a back injury.
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McIlroy surges and slips, three back in S. Africa
Rory McIlroy started slowly and finished poorly, but was brilliant in between, in Round 2 of the BMW South African Open.
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Jacobs, founder of European Tour, dies at 91
John Jacobs, the founding father of the European Tour and one of the game’s top coaches, has died at age 91.
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Watch: Van Zyl wins BMW i8 with hole-in-one
What's better than shooting 65? Making a hole-in-one and winning a car on your way to doing it.
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McIlroy commits to play Euro Tour's flagship event
Rory McIlroy has committed to play the European Tour’s flagship event after skipping last year.
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Fore Things: No love for Swafford's 62
Justin Thomas commanded the spotlight with his 59 on Thursday in the Sony Open, but there was plenty of other Day 1 action worth noting.
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Thomas (59) leads Swafford by three at Sony
Justin Thomas recorded the magic number on Thursday at the Sony Open. Here's the lowdown after Round 1 at Waialae C.C.
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By the numbers: Key stats from Thomas' 59
On Thursday at the Sony Open, Justin Thomas became the seventh player to shoot a sub-60 round on the PGA Tour and at 23 years old he also became the youngest.
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Knox to keep European Tour membership
Although his bid to make last year’s European Ryder Cup team came up short, Russell Knox will maintain his membership on the European Tour this season.
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Ball to the wall: Thomas has spot in mind for 59 ball
Every time that Justin Thomas wins an event his father, Mike, saves the golf ball he used and puts it in a display case.
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Have a look at Thomas' scorecard from 59
Justin Thomas had himself a nice round of golf in Round 1 of the Sony Open. Here's his scorecard from an 11-under 59.
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Watch: Thomas eagles last to shoot 59
On Thursday in the first round of the Sony Open in Hawaii, 23-year-old Justin Thomas became the youngest player to break 60 on the PGA Tour.
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Perico, youngest player in field, leads LAAC
The youngest player in the field sits on top of the leaderboard in Panama after rewriting some record books, including his own.
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Thomas becomes youngest player to shoot 59
Justin Thomas didn’t lose his game on the short flight from Maui to Oahu. In fact, he only got better.
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Davis: IGF committed to Rio Olympic course
Mike Davis on Thursday insisted that the IGF remains committed to the Rio Olympic Golf Course as he also acknowledged the facility's issues.
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Payne, Davis, or Slumbers: Who hands Tiger a trophy?
Even in Central America, at an event with no connection to him whatsoever, three of the most powerful executives in golf couldn't escape Tiger Woods.
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Latin America Amateur heading to Chile in 2018
Martin Slumbers announced Thursday that the 2018 LAAC will be played at Prince of Wales Country Club in Santiago, Chile from Jan. 18-21.
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After two early wins, Thomas eyeing new goals
Justin Thomas won't reveal his goals, but he admitted he may have to reassess them after two wins in the 2016-17 season.
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Spieth open to expanding guest list for #SB2K17
After last year’s #SB2K16 it seems the game’s best are focused on more than just Augusta National and the year’s first major.
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McIlroy 'won't be going' to 2020 Olympics
Having skipped golf's return to the Olympics last year, Rory McIlroy indicated that he also won't be teeing it up in four years' time when the scene shifts to Tokyo.
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Red-hot Matsuyama not satisfied with second
Last week’s runner-up showing at the SBS Tournament of Champions would count as a solid start to the year for most. But not Hideki Matsuyama.
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K. Thompson wins Web.com opener in Bahamas
Kyle Thompson shot a final-round 70 to win the first event of the Web.com Tour season at the windswept Bahamas Great Exuma Classic.
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Furyk named 2018 U.S. Ryder Cup captain
The PGA of America announced Wednesday that Jim Furyk has been chosen as captain of the 2018 Ryder Cup in Paris.
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Podcast: Former QB Kanell on college football, golf
Former quarterback and current NCAA football analyst Danny Kanell joins the podcast to discuss college ball and playing golf.
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Iconic Dunvegan Hotel changing owners
The Dunvegan Hotel in St. Andrews, Scotland, owned by Jack and Sheena Willoughby for the last 23 years, has been purchased by Forth Bridge Capital LLP.
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Langer officially named Champions Player of the Year
Bernhard Langer was officially named the 2016 PGA Tour Champions Player of the Year on Wednesday.
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You Oughta Know: Spieth headlines Sony Open
Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas and Hideki Matsuyama headline 2017's first full-field event. Here's what You Oughta Know heading into the Sony Open.
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Spieth to unveil own shoe next week in Tokyo
Jordan Spieth announced on Tuesday that he’ll travel to Asia next week to unveil his new Under Armour signature golf shoe.
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Toms: Ryder Cup captain window probably closed
If Wednesday’s press conference unfolds the way various reports say it will, Jim Furyk will be named captain of the 2018 U.S. Ryder Cup team.
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Thompson maintains lead heading into Bahamas finale
Nicholas Thompson held onto his lead at the Web.com Tour opener when darkness suspended play at the Bahamas Great Exuma Classic.
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New equipment, endorsement deals at Sony
Although the Tour’s wraparound season now begins in October, many players still consider the Sony Open the place to break out new equipment.
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Pro loses 32 balls at wind-swept Web.com event
With winds whipping up to 40 mph, things were bound to get a little wonky at the Web.com Tour's Bahamas Great Exuma Classic.
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Thomas crushed by 'Bama loss despite TOC win
Roughly 24 hours after what was arguably the greatest accomplishment of his professional life, Justin Thomas conceded he hit a new personal low.
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Qualifying schedule released for 2018 Drive, Chip and Putt
The 2018 Drive, Chip and Putt Championship local qualifying schedule was announced Tuesday.
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McIlroy's equipment could change 'week to week'
Rory McIlroy made clear Tuesday that the equipment he has in his bag at his 2017 debut could change by the end of the year.
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Podcast: World Series MVP Beckett on golf, gambling
Former World Series MVP Josh Beckett talks about his love of golf and the fun he has betting with teammates on the course.
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Stock Watch: Hot Thomas up; slow Day down
Justin Thomas' fast start to the 2016-17 season continued, while Jason Day said he has no intention of speeding up.
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Fujikawa Monday qualifies for Sony Open
Former teen sensation Tadd Fujikawa Monday qualified for this week's Sony Open, 10 years after taking the tournament by storm at age 16.
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Texas' Fields, NU's Inglis to captain Palmer Cup teams
Texas coach John Fields and Northwestern coach David Inglis will lead their respective squads this summer at the Arnold Palmer Cup.
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In 10th year, Pressel's charity event sets record
Morgan Pressel hosted her 10th annual Morgan & Friends Fight Cancer Tournament and raised a record $1,000,622.
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N. Thompson leads as play suspended in Bahamas
Nicholas Thompson shot a second-round 67 to take a one-shot lead at the Web.com Tour season opener where steady winds again ballooned scores.
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McIlroy on Woods: 'I could not live like that'
Rory McIlroy called Tiger Woods' lifestyle 'unfathomable' in a recent interview, adding that he wouldn't want to trade places with Woods even if it meant more on-course success.
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Thomas moves past Fowler, Garcia in world rankings
Justin Thomas rose 10 spots to a career-best No. 12 in the world rankings after his win Sunday at the SBS Tournament of Champions.
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Thomas' caddie continues tradition after win
When Louis Oosthuizen won the 2010 Open Championship, Jimmy Johnson began a tradition that continued on Sunday at the SBS Tournament of Champions.
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After Further Review: Was TOC a Masters preview?
Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. This week, our writers weigh in on the TOC being a possible Masters preview.
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Thomas' first thought Sunday ... Alabama football
Justin Thomas woke up early Sunday morning and there was only one thing that immediately popped into his mind ... 'Bama football.
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Thomas: 'Really, really hurt' not making RC team
Justin Thomas doesn’t openly share his goals, but he's still really bummed about not accomplishing a goal from last year.
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Matsuyama finishes second to Thomas ... again
Hideki Matsuyama was five shots behind Justin Thomas standing on the 14th tee. Two holes later he was standing over a putt to be tied for the lead.
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Fore Things: Thomas expects to win ... every time
Justin Thomas was not kidding when he said that he no longer shows up just to collect nice finishes. When he shows up he expects to win.
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By the numbers: Key stats from Thomas' win
Justin Thomas held off Hideki Matsuyama to win the SBS Tournament of Champions. Here are the key stats from the final round courtesy of the Golf Channel research department.
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Thomas hangs on to win TOC over Matsuyama
Despite a rocky finish, Justin Thomas held on to edge Hideki Matsuyama for the title at the SBS Tournament of Champions.
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Day focused on positives after 'up-and-down' TOC
Jason Day wrapped up a largely quiet week at the SBS Tournament of Champions, closing on Sunday with a 70 for a 13 under total that was well off the lead.
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Confidence boost: 65 nets Spieth T-3 finish
Jordan Spieth posted his only miscue-free round of the week on his way to eight birdies and a closing 8-under card of 65.
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Report: Furyk to be named Ryder Cup captain
According to a Telegraph report, Jim Furyk is expected to be named U.S. captain for the 2018 Ryder Cup.
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Winds wreck field, scores in Web.com opener
Scores ballooned at the first round of the new year on the Web.com Tour, where players faced 40 mph winds in the Bahamas.
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PGA Tour, LPGA may hold joint Tournament of Champions
The PGA Tour is in talks with the LPGA to stage a similar women’s event jointly with the men’s Tournament of Champions.
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Rory on Rio WD: 'I resent the Olympics Games'
Rory McIlroy is opening up about his withdrawal from the Olympics, citing his uneasiness representing a particular country.
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Impressive eagle-2 has Thomas ahead by two
Tied atop the leaderboard at the Tournament of Champions, Justin Thomas pulled away from the pack in impressive style Saturday afternoon.
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How does 145-pound Thomas drive it so far? 'No clue'
At 5-foot-10 and 145 pounds, Justin Thomas hits the ball far. He has no interest in knowing why. His average driving distance at the TOC is 311 yards.
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Fore Things: Thomas could be up by even more
Hideki Matsuya has only lost to one person in his last five starts. Only problem for him is that person happens to be Justin Thomas, who leads in Kapalua.
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You Oughta Know: JT the last player to beat Hideki
Justin Thomas leads Hideki Matusyama by two shots at the Tournament of Champions. Here's what You Oughta Know heading into Sunday.
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Thomas leads Matsuyama by two at Kapalua
After his third straight round of 6-under 67, Justin Thomas will take a two-shot lead over Hideki Matsuyama into the final round of the TOC.
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McGirt (66) playing way out of 'rookie' status
Last season was a transformative year for William McGirt. After five productive seasons on the PGA Tour, the 37-year-old won the Memorial.
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Monahan talks Trump, schedule, Tour transparency
Five days into his new gig, Jay Monahan met with a group of golf writers at the Tournament of Champions to cover a wide range of topics.
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Monahan: Woods can still win
New PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan has no problem admitting it - he thinks Tiger Woods can still win.
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Moore on late Ryder Cup pick: 'Worked out for me'
Ryan Moore is open to changing the U.S. Ryder Cup team's last-minute pick, but he said Friday at Kapalua he also benefited from the late selection.
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Short shaft for Thomas? It's a longshot
Justin Thomas wants to hit more fairways, but he's not sure he’s willing to go as far as Jimmy Walker did.
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Fore Things: Reed keeps rolling at Kapalua
Patrick Reed is back in contention on a course he loves, plus more takeaways from Round 2 at Kapalua.
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Moore, Thomas tied for TOC lead at Kapalua
With four rounds of 6-under 67 between them, Ryan Moore and Justin Thomas share the lead at the SBS Tournament of Champions.
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Reed hits all 18 greens in second-round 65
Patrick Reed didn't miss a green for the first time in his career on his way to an 8-under 65 on Friday.
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Two holes sabotage Spieth's round
Jordan Spieth played 16 holes in 9 under par on Friday. He played the other two in 5 over.
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Tiger needs to play really, really well to make WGCs
Can Tiger Woods qualify for the early WGC events? Technically, yes. But it’s going to take a Tiger-in-his-prime-like effort to do so.
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Day (70) middle of the Kapalua pack
Jason Day returned to work this week at the SBS Tournament of Champions unsure what to expect.
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Defending champ Spieth starts slow with 72
After having been top dog at Kapalua the past two years, Jordan Spieth will now have to give chase.
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Herman (67) on golf with Trump, inauguration
Jim Herman has lived an interesting life the past month. That continued Thursday at Kapalua and will continue at least for another two weeks.
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Fore Things: For Walker, shorter is better
Four takeaways from the first PGA Tour round of 2017 at the SBS Tournament of Champions.
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Walker (65) takes Round 1 lead at Kapalua
Reigning PGA champ Jimmy Walker took the early lead at the year's first event with an 8-under 65 in the SBS Tournament of Champions.
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Berger (68) motivated after missing Ryder Cup
After missing the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine, Daniel Berger is determined to make the 2017 Presidents Cup at Liberty National.
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Perez can relate to Woods' injuries, sidelined 2016
Pat Perez was sidelined with injury in 2016 for more than seven months, so he knows a thing or two about how Tiger Woods must feel.
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Love III breaks collarbone while snowboarding
Davis Love III is recovering from surgery on his right collarbone following a snowboarding accident in Idaho this week.
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Whan named World Golf Foundation chairman
LPGA commissioner Mike Whan has been named chairman of the World Golf Foundation for 2017, replacing outgoing PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem.
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Johnson, Jutanugarn, Langer named Players of Year by GWAA
Dustin Johnson, Ariya Jutanugarn and Bernhard Langer were each named 2016 Player of the Year by the Golf Writers' Association of America.
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Woods most popular Masters bet in Vegas
Despite making only one start, Tiger Woods is the most popular bet to win the 2017 Masters according to one Las Vegas casino.
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Tiger on Trump's golf: 'He takes a pretty good lash'
Tiger Woods was complimentary of President-elect Donald Trump's golf game after the two shared a recent round at one of Trump's courses in Florida.
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Woods: Hero was 'positive step,' ready 'to win' in 2017
With his early-season schedule now coming into focus, Tiger Woods said he has one goal in 2017: Get back in the winner's circle.
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Punch Shot: Most anticipated event of 2017?
The Olympics was the most anticipated event in 2016, but what about 2017? Our writers weigh in on the must-see event of the year.
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Tiger to put body to test with ambitious schedule
Tiger Woods has long spoken of needing reps. Well, he's about to get plenty, and we're about to learn a lot over the next two months.
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Tiger adds Dubai, plans 4 events in 5 weeks
Tiger Woods has added the Dubai Desert Classic to his upcoming scheduling, meaning he will play four events in five weeks to begin his 2017 campaign.
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Burned-out Reed starting 2017 sick at TOC
Patrick Reed, who played 33 events around the world last year, admits to being burned out at the end of 2016.
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DJ: Winning more important than world ranking
Dustin Johnson figures if he keeps winning, his world ranking will take care of itself.
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Reed wants to tap into Ryder Cup 'crazy' at majors
Patrick Reed was asked to describe himself at the Ryder Cup in just one word. 'Crazy,' he said.
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Miller: Tiger's slower tempo good, short game uncertain
Can Tiger Woods win in 2017? That was one of the questions analysts Johnny Miller, David Duval and Mark Rolfing tackled in an NBC Sports media conference call.
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Tiger commits to play Farmers, Honda
Tiger Woods added both the upcoming Farmers Insurance Open and next month's Honda Classic to his early-season 2017 schedule.