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A look at Stricker's U.S. Presidents Cup pods
U.S. captain Steve Stricker will use a pods system similar to the one Paul Azinger made famous at the 2008 Ryder Cup at Valhalla
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After a shaky start, Spieth rights his ship
FedExCup points leader Jordan Spieth didn't have his A-game to start Round 1 at the Tour Championship, but he quickly found it.
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Unique practice routine helps Simpson contend
Webb Simpson took a different approach to preparation this week at the Tour Championship that might catch on among his PGA Tour colleagues.
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Stanley making most of Tour Championship berth
After twice narrowly missing qualifying for the Tour Championship, Kyle Stanley is not only in the field in Atlanta, he's leading it.
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Stanley (64) takes early lead at Tour Championship
Kyle Stanley shot a 6-under 64 in his first career competitive round at East Lake to take a two-shot lead after the opening round of the season-ending Tour Championship.
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Matthew Euro Solheim captain in native Scotland
Catriona Matthew will lead the European Solheim Cup team when the 2019 matches are staged in her native Scotland, the Ladies European Tour announced on Thursday.
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Phelps: Woods' arrest a 'massive scream for help'
According to a New York Times report, swimming superstar Michael Phelps described Tiger Woods' DUI arrest this year as a "massive scream for help."
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Rahm could take FedExCup and Race to Dubai
This time last year, Jon Rahm was looking at East Lake on television. Now he has a chance to win two different season-long races.
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Perez bemoans physique, swing - but still in finale
Pat Perez doesn't have an athletic build, nor does he have a perfect swing. But he's crafted what he does have into a first appearance at the FedExCup finale.
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It took 7 years, but Leishman is back at East Lake
Mark Leishman's trip to the 2009 Tour Championship helped him lock up Rookie of the Year honors. Seven years later, he's finally back at East Lake.
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Don't expect to see shorts anytime soon on Tour
The European Tour and PGA Championship have recently allowed players to wear shorts in practice, but don't expect the PGA Tour to follow suit.
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Podcast: Evian winner Nordqvist joins the show
Two-time major champion and new friend of the show Anna Nordqvist joins the Golf Channel Podcast to discuss her Evian Championship victory.
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Nervous Thomas ready for 'crazy fun' Prez Cup
Justin Thomas isn’t hiding his excitement as next week’s Presidents Cup approaches. 'It’s going to be a crazy, crazy fun week,' he said on Tuesday at East Lake.
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Spieth's FEC prep? Early dinners and couch time
Jordan Spieth, who is first on the FedExCup points list entering this week, said that balance between being prepared and saving energy can be tricky.
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Tour expands anti-gambling reach as it monitors daily fantasy
The PGA Tour unveiled a new integrity program on Monday, sublimating its long-held policy of forbidding players from gambling and expanding its reach.
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Tour releases 2017-18 schedule of nearly 50 events
The PGA Tour released next season’s schedule on Tuesday, a lineup that includes 49 events, two more than this season, and some questions.
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Spieth, Thomas paired at Tour Championship
As the top two players in the season-long points race, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas will be paired for the opening round of the Tour Championship.
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Tour Championship: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
The top-30 players in the FedExCup standings are back at East Lake for the Tour Championship. Here's the key info for the final event of the season.
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Stock Watch: Bad trend for veteran Tour caddies
Marc Leishman and Anna Nordqvist continued their winning ways, but yet another experienced caddie was shown the door.
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Tour hopes to prevent gambling issues with new policy
PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan’s Tuesday’s press conference at the Tour Championship will include plenty of topics.
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Nordqvist moves up to No. 4 after major victory
Anna Nordqvist soared nine spots to No. 4 in Monday’s release of the new Rolex Women’s World Rankings after her win Sunday at the Evian.
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Free admission for first responders at Web Tour Champ.
The Web.com Tour will offer free admission and clubhouse access to all first responders at the upcoming Web.com Tour Championship.
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With no sponsor, Tour out of Tiger's D.C. event
The PGA Tour’s annual stop in the Washington, D.C., area, has terminated its contract with Congressional Country Club.
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Leishman up to world No. 15 after BMW win
Marc Leishman moved up to a career-best 15th in the Official World Ranking after his win Sunday at the BMW Championship.
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McIlroy to play British Masters, then Dunhill Links
After failing to qualify for the Tour Championship, Rory McIlroy has added another start to his upcoming schedule.
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After Further Review: New rules needed - and fast
Nothing served as a better example of everything that’s wrong with the Rules of Golf than the ruling Sergio Garcia needed on the 72nd hole on Sunday.
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After all-too-long ruling, Sergio saves his par
Thanks to one of the more improbable – and lengthy – pars on the final hole in BMW Championship history, Sergio Garcia is on to East Lake.
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Finau, Cantlay, Schauffele crash Tour Championship
The final bubble watch of the season saw familiar faces come up short and several newcomers rally to punch tickets to East Lake and Augusta.
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East Lake-bound: Tour Championship qualifiers
The top 30 players in the FedExCup standings have qualified for the Tour Championship at East Lake, where they will compete for the FedExCup and the $10 million bonus that goes to the winner.
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Spieth isn't ruling out a POY win just yet
Armed with a little extra momentum and the No. 1 seed, Jordan Spieth now sets his sights on East Lake – and potentially muddying the Player of the Year race.
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ANA winner Ryu takes Annika Major Award
So Yeon Ryu claimed the Rolex Annika Major Award on Sunday as the best overall performer in the LPGA’s five major championships this year.
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Mickelson misses Tour Championship by a single shot
After a full season of tournaments and three playoff events, Phil Mickelson fell one shot short of a return to the Tour Championship.
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Leishman wins BMW Championship by five
Thanks to a final-round 67, Marc Leishman rode a five-shot 54-hole lead to a five-shot victory Sunday at the BMW Championship.
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M. Jutanugarn, Ko come up just short
Moriya Jutanugarn and Lydia Ko came up short on Sunday, but they both left the Evian eager to build on what’s right with their games.
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Retiring Miyazato 'felt so much love from everyone'
After holing out for par Sunday at the Evian Championship in her final round before retiring, Ai Miyazato beamed with a smile that wouldn’t go away.
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GB&I wins PGA Cup 16-10
Great Britain & Ireland stormed to victory Sunday in the 28th PGA Cup, holding the U.S. to just one victory in 10 singles matches.
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U.S. pulls within a point in PGA Cup
The United States won three of four afternoon foursomes matches on Saturday to pull within a point of Great Britain & Ireland, 8½ to 7½, in the 28th PGA Cup.
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You Oughta Know: Leishman eyes FedEx's top five
A win Sunday would give Marc Leishman the BMW title and a spot in the FedExCup's top five heading into the season finale at East Lake.
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Day, new caddie can't get irons dialed in
On a day when he failed to track down leader Marc Leishman, Jason Day blamed his inability to accurately gauge how far his irons were traveling.
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Leishman looking a little like Horschel did in 2014
After coming up short at Dell, and with victory in sight at BMW, Marc Leishman is starting to resemble Billy Horschel during his playoff run in 2014.
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Fowler (70) fades after opening with an eagle
Rickie Fowler eagled his first hole Saturday at the BMW. Unfortunately for him, that proved to be a lone highlight on an otherwise fruitless day.
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Leishman leads by five at BMW Championship
Following a closing birdie and a Saturday 68, Marc Leishman will take a five-shot lead over Rickie Fowler and Jason Day into the final round of the BMW.
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Watch: Fowler goes driver off deck, finds green
Standing 264 yards from the hole with all manner of trouble between him and the green, Rickie Fowler decided to hit his driver off the deck Saturday.
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Watch: 11-year-old beats pros in closest to the pin
Eleven-year-old Mattias Henke took on Chris Wood and Max Albertus on Saturday in a closest to the pin challenge, and he came out on top.
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GB&I leads U.S. 4 1/2 to 3 1/2 at PGA Cup
Down 3-1 after the morning fourball session, Great Britain and Ireland rallied in the afternoon foursomes for a 4 1/2 to 3 1/2 lead after Day 1 at the 28th PGA Cup.
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Leishman trying to top past pairing with Tiger
Eight years after his most distinct on-course memory in the Chicago area, Marc Leishman is halfway to topping it at the BMW Championship.
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Fowler scorches back nine for second straight day
If Rickie Fowler had his way, the BMW Championship would simply be played on a loop of the back nine at Conway Farms Golf Club.
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Cantlay suddenly on the verge of Tour Championship
Standing on the precipice of East Lake seemed like an unlikely scenario when Patrick Cantlay started his year hoping to satisfy his medical extension.
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Day makes ace, donates car to Evans Scholars
Jason Day made an ace on the par-3 17th at the BMW, but the Evans Scholars Foundation proved to be a hefty beneficiary from Day’s hole-in-one.
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McIlroy: 'Outside expectation' led to playoff schedule
Rory McIlroy knows he doesn't have much of a chance to make the Tour Championship. But that doesn’t mean he is ready to throw in the towel.
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Players sound off on Evian controversies
Players react to the LPGA’s decision to wipe out scores after Thursday’s abbreviated start and shortening the event to 54 holes.
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Crane DQ'd with two four-shot penalties at Boise Open
Ben Crane was assessed a pair of four-shot penalties and ultimately disqualified from the Albertsons Boise Open because of a pair of non-conforming clubs.
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Creamer WD's from Evian with 'excruciating' pain
Paula Creamer, grouped with Ai Miyazato in her final LPGA event, withdrew from the Evian Championship Friday with a left wrist injury.
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IOC approves golf for 2024 Olympics in Paris
Golf has been approved for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, France, it was announced Friday at the 130th IOC session.
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Korda channels frustration into 67 at Evian
Jessica Korda played well before scores were scrapped at the Evian. She got over her frustration by shooting 4-under 67 on Friday.
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S.H. Park takes advantage of ultimate Evian mulligan
Sung Hyun Park made the most of her reprieve Friday at the Evian Championship, shooting 8-under 63.
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European Tour celebrates 1,000 holes-in-one
Mikko Ilonen aced the par-3 14th hole Friday at the KLM Open, the 1,000th hole-in-one in European Tour history.
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Japan event suspended after N. Korea missile launch
The second round of the Japan Golf Tour’s ANA Open was temporarily suspended after North Korea fired a ballistic missile over the country.
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Day opens with 64 despite caddie change, bad back
Jason Day no longer has Col Swatton to lean on as a caddie, but he still has plenty of positives memories when it comes to Conway Farms Golf Club.
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Leishman keeps momentum going with 9-under 62
Marc Leishman couldn't close out a win at the Dell Technologies, but he's right back at the top of the leaderboard at the BMW.
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Spieth 'stole a few shots' in opening 65 at BMW
After a season that has already included three wins and a major title, there’s little downside for Jordan Spieth this week at the BMW Championship.
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Mickelson (66): 'Momentum starting to kick in'
Fresh off a T-6 finish at the Dell Technologies Championship, Phil Mickelson opened the BMW Championship with a bogey-free 66.
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Korda sarcastically 'pumped' about Evian reset
Jessica Korda co-led the Evian Championship, when it was decided to scrap scores and start fresh on Friday. She wasn't a fan of the decision.
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Rymer, Damron on Evian decisions: 'Very bad call'
On 'Morning Drive,' Charlie Rymer and Robert Damron agreed: The LPGA made a 'very bad call' in scrapping scores and reducing the Evian Championship.
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Play scrapped, scores reset at now 54-hole Evian
Day 1 play at the Evian Championship was scrapped because of inclement weather and scores will be reset as the event is now 54 holes.
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Spieth done with first pitches after three bucket-listers
After crossing another iconic stadium off his first-pitch bucket list at Wrigley Field, Jordan Spieth is ready to retire his pitching arm.
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Visa issues complicate Day's caddie options
Luke Reardon will make his debut this week as caddie for Jason Day, but his time on the bag could be short-lived thanks to some paperwork issues.
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Chun seeking unprecedented major triple
At this week's Evian Championship, In Gee Chun is trying to become the first player to make her first three LPGA wins all majors.
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Paris (2024), L.A. ('28) to host Summer Olympics
The executive board of the IOC announced that Paris will host the 2024 Summer Games and Los Angeles will get the ’28 Olympics.
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Indy finish boosts Ko's confidence
After finishing second in the Indy Women in Tech Championship, Lydia Ko arrived at the Evian Championship with some lost confidence returning.
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Out of military, Bae playing first event in 2 years
Sangmoon Bae is back inside the ropes for the first time in nearly two years.
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Punch Shot: Upset picks, cup favorite with two to go
Will the hiatus hurt anyone's momentum? Who's the dark horse during this fortnight sprint? A pair of writers go back and forth on key FedExCup topics.
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Day changing caddies, using friend at BMW Champ.
Jason Day will have a new caddie on his bag for this week’s BMW Championship, according to Golf Channel’s George Savaricas.
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PXG founder sues TaylorMade for patent infringement
PXG founder Bob Parsons has sued TaylorMade over patent infringement tied to their recent release of the new P790 irons.
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LPGA event in China canceled after permit issues
The LPGA announced Tuesday that its Alisports tournament in Shanghai is being canceled less than a month from its scheduled start.
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Two-time champ Miyazato to end career at Evian
Retirement-bound Ai Miyazato will make her last appearance on her farewell tour at the Evian Championship this week.
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No. 1 ranking, awards at stake in Evian
Lexi Thompson, So Yeon Ryu and Sung Hyun Park will contest the No. 1 ranking and two major awards this week in the Evian Championship.
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Indian teen ties record with 9 consecutive birdies
A 17-year-old amateur put his name in the record books Tuesday.
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BMW Championship: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
After a week off, the FedExCup Playoffs resume this week at the BMW Championship. Here's the key info for the third playoff event.
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Nicklaus Award winner Burns turns pro
Nicklaus Award winner Sam Burns turned pro Tuesday and will make his debut next month in Las Vegas.
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McIlroy, Mickelson begin BMW outside bubble
Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson are among the big names who will start the BMW Championship outside the top 30 and are in danger of having their seasons end this week outside Chicago.
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Stock Watch: Walker Cup gets highs and lows
The U.S. Walker Cup team gets a positive review but the format leaves more to be desired, in this edition of Stock Watch.
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D. Johnson grouped with Spieth, Thomas at BMW
World No. 1 Dustin Johnson will be joined by Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas for the first two rounds of the BMW Championship.
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OWGR: Fitzpatrick rises; Scott outside top 20
Matthew Fitzpatrick’s fourth career European Tour title allowed for a solid boost to his world ranking.
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FedExCup points list entering third playoff event
The FedExCup Playoffs are halfway through. Here is where things stand after the Dell Technologies Championship, where the field of 100 has been reduced to 70.
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Lexi drinks milk, kisses bricks after Indy victory
Lexi Thompson won the Indy Women In Tech Championship Saturday in Indianapolis, but she got to celebrate like a racecar driver.
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Tiger at U.S. Open sitting in Nadal's box
Tiger Woods and his children were guests in the box of tennis player Rafael Nadal on Friday night at the U.S. Open in New York.
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Lahiri was as surprised as anyone he was picked
Many were surprised Anirban Lahiri was one of Nick Price's Presidents Cup captain's picks, including Lahiri.
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Watch: Im makes 999th ace in Euro Tour history
Daniel Im aced the eighth hole Thursday at the Omega European Masters, marking the 999th hole-in-one in European Tour history.
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James comes through in clutch, wins Volvik WLD Champ.
Justin James launched a 435-yard rocket to win the Volvik World Long Drive Championship and the celebrated in style.
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Gimme five! Carlborg women's champ at Volvik WLD
Sandra Carlborg uncorked a 320-yard drive, edging the 316-yard effort of Heather Manfredda to win the women’s division at the Volvik World Long Drive Championship.
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Watch: Defending women's champ can't beat buzzer
Phillis Meti, the defending champion at the the Volvik World Long Drive Championship, blasted her final shot in the semifinals long enough to win ... but she didn't beat the shot clock.
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Watch: Grassing advances to semis on final ball
Mitch Grassing didn't keep his first seven drives on the grid, but his eighth - and final - swing got him into the semifinals of the Volvik WLD Champ.
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Tour monitors N. Korea with S. Korea event in Oct.
The PGA Tour is slated to play the CJ Cup in South Korea in October, but it is monitoring escalating worldwide tensions with North Korea.
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Wie, still recovering from surgery, out of Evian
Michelle Wie announced that she is withdrawing from the Evian Championship as she needs more time to recover from an appendectomy.
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U.S. captain's picks: Phil, Hoffman; Int'ls: Grillo, Lahiri
Captains Steve Stricker and Nick Price finalized their respective Presidents Cup teams Wednesday, with little surprise.
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Upsets and excitement in Volvik WLD Rd. of 16
The top two players are gone. So, too, is the defending champ. But the drama and intrigue have only just begun at the Volvik World Long Drive Championship.
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Watch: Burke wins Volvik WLD match ... by 9 inches
Iin the Round of 16 at the Volvik World Long Drive Championship, Tim Burke needed to beat Stephen Kois' 415-yard drive in order to advance.
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Watch: Patterson snaps shaft, hits fan at Volvik WLD
In the first televised match in the Round of 16 at the Volvik World Long Drive Championship, Wes Patterson put a scare in one fan.
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Defending champ in women's Final 4 at Volvik WLD
The semifinals are set for the women’s division at the Volvik World Long Drive Championship, where New Zealand’s Phillis Meti will look to defend her title.
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Stock Watch: Rory ready for down year to be over
Each week on GolfChannel.com, we’ll examine which players’ stocks and trends are rising and falling in the world of golf.
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Tale of the tape: Sizing up Prez Cup pick options
With 20 players now qualified for the upcoming Presidents Cup, it's up to captains Steve Stricker and Nick Price to round out the rosters with picks on Wednesday.
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Thomas up to world No. 4 after playoff win
After his fifth title of the PGA Tour season, Justin Thomas jumped two spots to a career-best No. 4 in the Official World Golf Rankings.
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Watch: Phil gets sarcastic advice from kid, takes it
Phil Mickelson has given a sarcastic response to a question a time or two in his day, and he got a taste of his own medicine on Monday.
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After Further Review: Feel-good story for Lewis
GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. This week, it's hard to top Stacy Lewis' feel-good story for her hometown of Houston.
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Only three play way into BMW Championship
A trio of players who started the week in Boston outside the top 70 made their way into the field at the BMW Championship.
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Phil T-6 in bid for Presidents Cup captain's pick
Phil Mickelson posted his first top-10 finish on the PGA Tour since June, and the timing couldn’t have been better.
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Ten qualify for International Presidents Cup team
Although there wasn’t nearly as much drama, the International Presidents Cup team took shape on Monday at the Dell Technologies Championship.
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Thomas outduels Spieth to win fifth title of '17
Justin Thomas won for the fifth time this season, adding a playoff title to his ever-impressive 2017 resume.
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Chappell squeaks into final U.S. Presidents Cup spot
Kevin Chappell closed with an even-par 71 at TPC Boston and overtook Charley Hoffman for the final qualifying spot on the U.S. Presidents Cup team.
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Varner (67) nearly cracks BMW but falls short
Harold Varner III on Monday nearly became the first player in the playoff era to advance from outside the bubble in three consecutive events.
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Volvik World Long Drive Championship scoring, brackets
Scoring and brackets for the men's and women's competitions at the Volvik World Long Drive Championship in Thackerville, Okla.
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Spieth (66) weathers the weather in Boston
Early in his PGA Tour career, Sunday's weather would have gotten to Jordan Spieth. But a change in attitude helped Spieth to a third-round 66.
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Thomas' alternate route pays off on No. 12
For the third consecutive day, Justin Thomas played the par-4 12th hole by hitting into the 13th fairway. This time, he walked off with birdie.
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Spieth helps design short course for Longhorns
At just 24 years old, Jordan Spieth has already captured three legs of the career grand slam and is already dabbling in course design.
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Garcia breaks putter, sinks birdie putt with 3-wood
Sergio Garcia isn’t the first player to break his putter, but he’s certainly one of the few to actually putt better with a makeshift replacement.
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After 'cranky' day, Spieth fires 65 in Round 2
Jordan Spieth said he was cranky in Round 1, but he adjusted his attitude on Saturday and fired a second-round 65.
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Casey (65) playing well with baby on the way
Paul Casey’s wife, Pollyanna, is pregnant with the couple’s second child that is due the week of the BMW Championship, but Casey is confident it won’t be an issue.
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Rahm sets new goals after getting 'complacent'
Jon Rahm reached many of his goals early in the season, and now he is refocused after he admitted getting complacent in the summer.
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Murray, Glover make aces roughly a minute apart
Within 65 seconds on Saturday, fans at TPC Boston were treated to not one but two holes-in-one, courtesy Grayson Murray and Lucas Glover.
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Phil finds focus, energy after meeting with doctor
Phil Mickelson revealed on Friday that he's dealing with a condition, which he declined to discuss, that has been impacting his game the last few years.
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Playing for Harvey relief, Lewis shares lead
Stacy Lewis has pledged to donate her winnings this week to the Hurricane Harvey relief effort to aid her Houston hometown. Now she's in the lead.
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Thomas purposely drives ball onto wrong fairway
Players have been critical of the redesigned 12th hole at TPC Boston. Justin Thomas bypassed the awkward hole by playing down the 13th on Friday.
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Leishman's putting work pays off with 67
Following one of his poorest putting weeks this season, Marc Leishman arrived at TPC Boston early and with a plan.
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DJ picks up where he left off with opening 66
Dustin Johnson followed his Northern Trust win with a 5-under 66 Friday in the opening round of the Dell Technologies Championship at TPC Boston.
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Kraft (foot) WDs after making carding a 12 at Dell
Kelly Kraft withdrew from the Dell Technologies Championship on Friday with a right foot injury a septuple bogey-12 on the second hole.
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Facing criticism, Hanse defends TPC Boston changes
Players have already taken issue with Gil Hanse's redesign the 12th and 13th holes at TPC Boston, but the architect is defending his changes to the course.
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Who will win POY? Spieth lists his four candidates
Last week, the battle for POY honors appeared a two-horse race. On Thursday at TPC Boston, Jordan Spieth offered his list of contenders.
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Watch: Woods back to hitting pitch shots
Tiger Woods tweeted a video Thursday showing that his doctors have cleared him to return to hitting pitch shots following lumbar fusion surgery in April.
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Rory hopes Tour keeps coming back to Boston
With the PGA Tour readying to remake its season schedule, there's talk the Tour's Boston-area stop may be moved or even removed.
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Space Shuttle, Reagan Library on tap for WC team
Members of the U.S. Walker Cup are arriving in Los Angeles on Thursday as preparations begin for the biennial matches that begin Sept. 9.
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Scott at Dell after birth of 2nd child: Wife sent me back
Adam Scott is back at work this week following the birth of his second child, a boy named Byron, on Aug. 18 back home in Australia.
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Lewis to donate Portland winnings to hurricane relief
Stacy Lewis will be doing her best at the Cambria Portland Classic to lend a helping hand to those suffering from Hurricane Harvey.
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Symetra event pledging funds for Harvey relief
Five players who call Houston home are competing at the Symetra Tour’s Sioux Falls GreatLIFE Challenge in South Dakota, which has inspired a unique fundraiser.
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Taped-up Glover says he's swinging without pain
Lucas Glover arrived at TPC Boston on Wednesday without a noticeable limp, which is progress considering that when he injured his right knee last Saturday, he feared for the worst.
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Hanse's changes make TPC Boston tougher
The renovation project that began in 2006 at TPC Boston is finally complete, with Gil Hanse completing the redesign of the layout’s 12th and 13th holes.
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Stroud's house now an impromptu Harvey shelter
Chris Stroud's home has escaped Harvey damage, but his neighbors haven’t been as lucky. So he's offering up prize money - and his house.
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Watson steps down as GB&I Walker Cup captain
Craig Watson will not captain the upcoming Great Britain and Ireland Walker Cup team because of a family health matter.
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S.H. Park closing in on historic LPGA awards sweep
With her victory Sunday at the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open, Sung Hyun Park moved into position to make a run at an LPGA awards sweep that hasn’t been achieved in four decades.
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Sergio donating money for birdies, eagles to Texas flood relief
Sergio Garcia and his wife will be donating $2,000 for every birdie and $5,000 for every eagle he makes in the playoff towards Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
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DJ, Spieth, Thomas grouped at TPC Boston
Here are some of the featured groups to watch this week at TPC Boston for the Dell Technologies Championship.
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Lyle in remission, needs bone-marrow transplant
Jarrod Lyle’s wife provided an optimistic update on the Australian’s third battle with leukemia Tuesday, but she cautioned that a difficult road remains.
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Podcast: World Long Drive No. 1 Maurice Allen
Top-ranked World Long Drive winner Maurice Allen discusses his power and desire to win the upcoming Volvik World Long Drive Championship in this Golf Channel podcast.
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Remember when: Tiger makes pro debut
On Aug. 29, 1996, Tiger Woods made his professional debut at the Greater Milwaukee Open.
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Dell Technologies Championship: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
It's on to Week 2 of the FedExCup Playoffs at the Dell Technologies Championship at TPC Boston, which begins Friday and concludes Monday.
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2018 European Ryder Cup qualifying begins this week
This week’s Czech Masters is the first event for players to earn points toward the 2018 European Ryder Cup team.
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Houston Open venue deluged by '1,000-year flood'
Steve Timms, the president and CEO of the Houston Golf Association, which runs the annual PGA Tour stop, reports on the damage to the Golf Club of Houston.
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Stock Watch: DJ-Spieth add spark to playoffs
Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth added some sizzle to the playoffs, while Rickie Fowler's weekend woes continued.
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Els to receive Heisman Humanitarian Award
Ernie Els has been named as the 12th annual recipient of the Heisman Humanitarian Award from the Heisman Trophy Trust.
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Former champ Stenson withdraws from Boston stop
Henrik Stenson, who won at TPC Boston in 2013 en route to a FedExCup title, has withdrawn from this week's Dell Technologies Championship.
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Scott to return at Dell after welcoming second child
Originally intending to skip the first two playoff events to be with his wife and newborn child, Adam Scott has entered this week's event at TPC Boston.
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Shocking photos: Harvey floods Houston-area courses
The devastation from Hurricane Harvey has extended to Houston's golf courses, as several images have popped up of courses almost completely underwater.
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Wie out at least two weeks after emergency surgery
Michelle Wie is out for at least the next two LPGA events while recovering from emergency surgery to remove her appendix Sunday in Canada.
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DJ jumps into POY race with Spieth, Thomas
On Sunday at The Northern Trust, Dustin Johnson may have created a third option for the Player of the Year race.
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Golf Channel to broadcast NCAAs thru at least 2029
Golf Channel will broadcast the men’s and women’s NCAA Championship for at least the next 10 years.
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Final Prez Cup spot TBD in final qualifying event
Heading into the final qualifying event, Charley Hoffman holds a slim lead over Kevin Chappell for the final spot on the U.S. Presidents Cup team.
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Johnson strengthens grip on world No. 1 ranking
Dustin Johnson's playoff win at The Northern Trust strengthened his grip on the top spot in the Official World Golf Ranking, which he has held since February.
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FedExCup points list entering second playoff event
The FedExCup Playoffs enter Week 2 at the Dell Technologies Championship. Here is where things stand after The Northern Trust.
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Web.com battle for Tour cards goes to final green
The last promotion from the Web.com Tour to the PGA Tour came down to the final green of the final regular-season event.
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DJ learns from driver mistake to defeat Spieth
Jordan Spieth had just teed off on the first extra hole and was lamenting his choice not to take a more aggressive line. Johnson didn’t make the same mistake.
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After Further Review: Who is going to tell Phil no?
Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. This week it's Phil Mickelson's probable inclusion on the U.S. Presidents Cup team.
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Pros question choice of Northern Trust playoff hole
After Dustin Johnson beat Jordan Spieth in a playoff, some PGA Tour pros questioned the choice of No. 18 at Glen Oaks as the decisive playoff hole.
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Watch: Highlights from DJ-Spieth duel in New York
Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson have had some duels in the past and they delivered another classic on Sunday at the Northern Trust.
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Johnson stuns Spieth, wins Northern Trust playoff
Five shots behind early in the final round, Dustin Johnson rallied to beat Jordan Spieth in a playoff at The Northern Trust.
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Bubba, Varner, Lingmerth play way inside top 100
Just three players, compared to two in ’07, played their way inside the top 100 and into the field for next week’s Dell Technologies Championship.
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Good news for Vegas on and off course
Jhonattan Vegas earned himself a couple of trips with a final-round 65, but his family's safety from Hurricane Harvey was foremost on his mind.
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Glover shoots 1-over 71 day after injuring knee
Although Lucas Glover struggled to walk on Saturday following a knee injury, he said he had no problems on Sunday.
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Wie withdraws, undergoes appendix surgery
Michelle Wie withdrew prior to the final round of the Canadian Pacific Women's Open and will undergo emergency surgery to remove her appendix.
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McIlroy gives prediction for Mayweather-McGregor
Rory McIlroy finished off his third-round 69 early on Saturday at The Northern Trust, which gave him plenty of time to prepare for the day’s main event.
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Spieth's ball-striking has been underrated
What often gets lost in the instant analysis and hot takes, however, is Jordan Spieth’s dramatically improved ball-striking this season.
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You Oughta Know: A formidable closer
Jordan Spieth with a three-shot lead going into the final round may not be a total lock, but it's certainly the next best thing. You Oughta Know why.
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Spieth leads by 3 in Northern Trust
Jordan Spieth broke out of a crowded pack on the back nine to take a 3-shot lead over Dustin Johnson in The Northern Trust.
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With baby on the way, Casey 'torn' on playing finale
Paul Casey is once again playing well in the playoffs, but his wife also has a baby due the week of the Tour Championship.
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Glover slips, injures knee on 18th at Northern Trust
Lucas Glover’s right foot slipped while hitting his second shot at the 18th hole on Saturday at The Northern Trust and he tumbled to the ground.
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'Get a life': DeLaet unloads on fantasy owners
When a Twitter follower complained about him WDing from The Northern Trust, Graham DeLaet had a short, emphatic response.
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Ko, Jutanugarn both miss the cut in Canada
A year ago, Lydia Ko and Ariya Jutanugarn were battling each other to win Rolex Player of the Year honors. Now, they’re battling together to make cuts.
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Walker, Stricker among players out of playoffs
For a handful of players who missed the cut, it also meant that they’ve been eliminated from the playoffs, a list that includes Jimmy Walker and Steve Stricker.
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Spieth uses birdie run, good breaks for 65
Jordan Spieth went on a birdie run and "stole" some shots coming in to tie Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler and Jhonattan Vegas for the lead.
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Fowler-DJ-Rahm group combines for 16 under par
Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler and Jon Rahm were grouped together for the first two rounds at The Northern Trust with a collective score of 16 under par.
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Vegas shoots 65, as family braces for hurricane
Given the circumstances, Jhonattan Vegas’ second-round 65 at The Northern Trust on Friday was even better than it appears.
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Lyle says on social media cancer is in remission
Jarrod Lyle revealed via social media on Friday that his cancer is in remission. Lyle confirmed last month that he is battling Leukemia for a third time.
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PGA Tour institutes fan-friendly phone policy
Spectators are now allowed to take photos and videos of on-course action during PGA Tour events, it was announced this week.
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DJ (65) tries new putter, finds his rhythm
Dustin Johnson went with a new putter on Thursday at The Northern Trust, but that wasn’t the reason for his improved play. Well, it wasn’t the only reason.
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Bubba plans to take long break after playoffs
Bubba Watson plans to take more than four months off after his playoff run is over, and that could be after The Northern Trust.
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Stricker: Assistant Tiger wants 'back in the mix'
Per Steve Stricker, U.S. assistant captain Tiger Woods is "itching" to "get back in the mix" next month at the Presidents Cup at Liberty National.
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Chapman, Payne's partner at Jamboree, dies at 66
On the same day Augusta National chairman Billy Payne stepped down, his partner in the club’s annual Jamboree died.
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Spieth (69) struggles on greens, needs 33 putts
The putting woes that hampered Jordan Spieth at Quail Hollow seem to have followed the three-time time major champion to Glen Oaks.
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Day trying 'under the radar' approach for playoffs
The last two years Jason Day has started the playoffs in perfect position to win the season-long race, but that didn’t exactly translate into success.
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Blair playing state Open after missing playoffs
After missing the FedExCup Playoffs by a single point, Zac Blair is teeing it up this week at the Utah Open before embarking on Web.com Tour Finals.
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Hossler on Web.com bubble entering final event
Former Texas standout Beau Hossler clings to the coveted 25th spot on the Web.com Tour money list heading into the final event of the regular season.
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Watch: Two players ace 86-yard (yes, 86-yard) hole
Zander Lombard holed his tee shot at the 86-yard, par-3 16th Thursday in Denmark and won a prize for him and his caddie.
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Player of the Year? McIlroy says it's Thomas
As players at The Northern Trust were asked who should be player of the year, the same name kept coming up - Justin Thomas.
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Thomas: Dinner with Tiger, PGA win about equal
Justin Thomas said Wednesday that he got just as much joy from hanging with Tiger Woods as he did winning the PGA Championship.
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Rory contemplates: Would Mayweather take a dive?
Asked about this weekend's Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight, Rory McIlroy couldn't help but wonder: what's an undefeated record really worth?
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Players laud Payne's accomplishments
As news trickled out on Wednesday at The Northern Trust that Billy Payne had stepped down as chairman at Augusta National, there was a mix of surprise and appreciation among the players.
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Stanford star McNealy to turn pro, debut in Napa
After years of uncertainty about his future, Maverick McNealy has decided to play professional golf.
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Who is Fred Ridley? A look at the new ANGC chair
Fred Ridley will become Augusta National Golf Club chairman when Billy Payne steps down on Oct. 16. Here's some biographical information.
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Payne retiring as Augusta National chairman
Billy Payne is retiring as chairman of Augusta National Golf Club and the Masters, the club announced Wednesday. He will be replaced by Fred Ridley.
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Billy Hurley III's has the sweetest golf bag on tour
Billy Hurley III has become a fan favorite across the PGA Tour with his military background. His new golf bag pays tribute to his service and is the talk of his fellow golfers.
Fred Funk: How to hit out of the bunker?
One of classic frustrations in amateur or recreational golf is hitting into the bunker. Professional golfer Fred Funk teaches the proper way to hit the ball out of the sand.