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Lexi breaks down discussing ANA penalty
Lexi Thompson cried Wednesday discussing the penalty that cost her a chance to win her second major at the ANA Inspiration.
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More team events on the horizon? Players differ
This week’s Zurich Classic is the first official team event on the PGA Tour since 1981, but it has already sparked a discussion over the future.
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Day: Fowler 'busy with his beautiful girlfriend'
That new girlfriend is Allison Stokke, a former pole-vaulter and fitness model. Fowler posted pictures of two couple over the weekend.
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Why is Spieth with Palmer? He lost to his caddie
Ryan Palmer's caddie made a wager with Jordan Spieth last fall: If I beat you today, you have to partner with Ryan at the Zurich.
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Rose not dwelling on Masters: 'I sleep well every night'
If Justin Rose is still smarting from his playoff loss at the Masters, he didn’t show it Wednesday during his first appearance since Augusta.
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Punch Shot: Should viewer call-ins be disallowed?
The new decision to the Rules of Golf does not eliminate viewer call-ins. Should such feedback be disallowed to report possible infractions? Our writers weigh in.
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You Oughta Know: Key numbers for new Zurich format
The Zurich Classic has a new format and plenty of big names in the field. Here's what You Oughta Know heading into the team event.
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Koepka bros have different games, same goal
When the PGA Tour announced last fall that the Zurich Classic was transitioning into a two-man team event, Brooks Koepka seriously considered only one partner.
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Sergio, Padraig make peace at Rory's wedding
Padraig Harrington and Sergio Garcia reportedly sorted out their differences this weekend when both men were guests at Rory McIlroy's wedding in Ireland.
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Report: 'Off-course' participation fuels golf growth
Overall golf participation is on the rise thanks in large part to "off-course" outlets like indoor simulators and the growing rise in popularity of TopGolf.
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LPGA statement in response to limiting video rule
The LPGA released a statement saying it was "pleased" with the expeditious nature of the rules change announced on Tuesday.
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Decision 34-3/10: Limitations on Use of Video Evidence
Take a look at the complete wording of Decision 34-1/10, the latest change to the Rules of Golf.
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New decision limits video, allows reasonable judgement
With the Rules of Golf again under attack, governing bodies took another step in trying to limit video evidence with a new decision.
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Stock Watch: Rules of Golf up, Rory trolls down
Tuesday's announcement is a step in the right direction while Rory McIlroy trolls need to get a clue in this week's Stock Watch.
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Report: McIlroy heads for Caribbean honeymoon
Rory McIlroy and his wife Erica Stoll reportedly started their 10-day Caribbean honeymoon at a lavish private island in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
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Early reviews are glowing for Wells Fargo course
The Wells Fargo Championship won’t be played at Quail Hollow, but early reviews of this year’s replacement venue have been encouraging.
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Idle DJ remains U.S. Open betting favorite
Despite not hitting a shot since withdrawing from the Masters, Dustin Johnson remains a betting favorite for the U.S. Open in June at Erin Hills.
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R&A, USGA to make rules announcement Tuesday
The USGA and R&A will make an announcement Tuesday in the wake of the rules controversy that marred the ANA Inspiration earlier this month.
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As Ko leaves teens, also leaves mark in record books
Lydia Ko, the most accomplished teen phenom in the history of the women’s game, built a record worth celebrating with her birthday.
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Chappell cracks OWGR top 25 with Valero win
Kevin Chappell cracked the top 25 in the world rankings for the first time following his maiden PGA Tour victory at the Valero Texas Open.
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Valero Texas Open win 'big relief' for Chappell
After earning his first career PGA Tour victory in his 180th start, Kevin Chappell termed his breakthrough at the Valero Texas Open a "big relief."
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Ko hires 2017 Caddie of the Year as new looper
Lydia Ko plans to tee it up at this week’s Volunteers of America Texas Shootout with Peter Godfrey as her caddie, GolfChannel.com has learned.
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After Further Review: Another emotional win
Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. This week our writers discuss Kevin Chappell's breakthrough win.
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By the numbers: Key stats from Chappell's win
Kevin Chappell birdied the par-5 18th to win the Valero Texas Open. Here are the key stats from the final round provided by the Golf Channel editorial research unit.
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Koepka's rally for 2nd win falls short in Texas
A final-round 65 gave Brooks Koepka a chance at his second career win at the Valero Texas Open, but he ultimately fell one shot short of Kevin Chappell.
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Watch: Chappell birdies 18, wins, goes bonkers
Coming into Sunday, Kevin Chappell had six career runner-up finishes and no victories, so he let loose a lot of emotion after clinching the title.
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Chappell edges Koepka for breakthrough win at Valero
Kevin Chappell rolled in an 8-foot birdie putt on the final hole to edge Brooks Koepka and earn his first victory at the Valero Texas Open.
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Watch: Garcia kicks off El Clasico in green jacket
A day after reportedly attending Rory McIlroy's wedding in Ireland, Sergio Garcia kicked off the El Clasico match between Real Madrid and Barcelona.
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McIlroy, Stoll married in lavish castle wedding
According to multiple reports, Rory McIlroy married Erica Stoll Saturday in a lavish wedding at Ashford Castle in Ireland.
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Hash browns recalled for possible golf ball pieces
McCain Foods announced a widespread food recall Saturday because some of their frozen hash browns may have been contaminated with, of all things, golf balls.
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Wiesberger edges Fleetwood in Shenzhen playoff
Bernd Wiesberger held off a hard-charging Tommy Fleetwood to win the Shenzhen International in a playoff for his first European Tour win in nearly two years.
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You Oughta Know: Chappell eyes first PGA Tour win
Kevin Chappell leads by one stroke at the Valero Texas Open. Here's what You Oughta Know heading into the final round at TPC San Antonio.
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Chappell leads Grace, Huh at Texas Open
Kevin Chappell rebounded from a rocky front nine to grab a one-stroke lead over Branden Grace and John Huh at the Texas Open.
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Watch: Cauley double-hits chip, saves bogey
Bud Cauley double-hit his chip at the par-4 12th hole on Saturday at the Valero Texas Open. Then he drained his bogey putt from the fringe.
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Bozzelli misses ace on par 4 by 1 inch
Golf is a game of inches, and Dominic Bozzelli learned that lesson the hard way Saturday at the Valero Texas Open.
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Finau fires 65 for share of Texas Open lead
Tony Finau made a late run Friday for a share of the lead at the Valero Texas Open. And it could have been even better.
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Watch: U.S. Junior champ outdrives Day
Min Woo Lee fired a 7-under 65 to grab a one-shot lead heading into the final round at the Junior Invitational at Sage Valley, and then he blew a drive past countryman Jason Day.
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Day-Fowler, Rose-Stenson highlight Zurich teams
The field is set for next week's Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Here is the full list of teams scheduled to tee it up at the TPC Louisiana.
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Poulter misses Valero cut, loses PGA Tour card
Ian Poulter heads into an uncertain future after he missed the cut Friday at the Valero Texas Open and failed to retain his PGA Tour card.
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Cut Line: Tiger's back in the news
Tiger Woods' continuing back woes make us wonder whether he'll ever play Augusta again. Wesley Bryan, on the other hand, will definitely be there next year.
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Podcast: Knost talks tackling TV, gambling and Spieth stories
PGA Tour player Colt Knost has taken up temporary Golf Channel analyst duties while on hiatus from his day job because of a wrist injury.
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Elder became first black player to qualify for Masters 43 years ago today
Lee Elder made history on this day in 1974, winning the Monsanto Open to become the first black player to qualify for the Masters, which he played in 1975.
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Hoffman empties bag in search of chocolate bar
Defending champ Charley Hoffman had his opening round delayed at the Valero Texas Open by a piece of Easter candy that fell to the bottom of his bag.
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Poulter stumbles at Valero in bid to keep card
Ian Poulter's last-ditch effort to keep his card took a hit when he opened the Valero Texas Open with a 3-over 75 to fall nine shots off the pace.
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Grace (66) leads by 1 at Texas Open
Branden Grace shot a 6-under 66 on Thursday to take a one-shot lead over three players at the Valero Texas Open.
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Agent: Woods focused on 'healthy, active lifestyle'
According to his agent, Tiger Woods is focused on returning to a "healthy, active lifestyle" in the wake of his latest back surgery.
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Timeline: Look back at Woods' injuries
Take a look back at the various injuries in Tiger Woods' career.
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Woods undergoes fourth back surgery
Tiger Woods announced Thursday that he has undergone "successful" surgery to alleviate pain in his lower back and legs.
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Reed working through equipment changes at Valero
After battling through some recent equipment issues, Patrick Reed opened the Valero Texas Open with a 3-under 69 to snag a spot on the early leaderboard.
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Watch: Web.com pro has ball go in hole, pop out
Staring down the flag with a wedge, Jimmy Gunn played the following approach that hopped, hit the pin, dropped into the hole, and ... oh, you're kidding.
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Bubba (66) takes early lead at Shenzhen International
While the PGA Tour is in Texas, Bubba Watson is in China, holding a one-shot lead after a 66 at the Shenzhen International.
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Remember when: Na makes 16 at Texas Open
It wouldn't be Valero Texas Open week without reminiscing on the infamous 16 Kevin Na recorded at the tournament six years ago.
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PGA champ Walker diagnosed with Lyme disease
Reigning PGA champion Jimmy Walker revealed that he has felt fatigued since Thanksgiving and recently tested positive for Lyme disease.
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Hoffman hopes to rebound from Masters at Valero
Defending champ Charley Hoffman is hoping a return to one of his favorite events will help him rebound from a close call two weeks ago at the Masters.
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Ko's ex-caddie: 'She needs to wake up'
Days after he was fired by Lydia Ko, caddie Gary Matthews said that the current world No. 1 needs to "wake up" regarding player-caddie relationships.
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Hoffman grouped with Steele, Johnson at Valero
Defending champ Charley Hoffman will play the first two rounds of the Valero Texas Open alongside two former tournament champions in Brendan Steele and Zach Johnson.
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R&A, USGA developing world handicap system
The USGA and R&A announced Wednesday that they have formed a joint committee in order to develop a single, world handicap system.
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Creamer, Pressel not on list for Inkster's Solheim gathering
Captain Juli Inkster will get a glimpse of what could be a different looking U.S. Solheim Cup team when prospects gather this weekend in Houston.
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Amateur champ Luck set for pro debut at Valero
After a standout amateur career that included a win at the 2016 U.S. Amateur, Curtis Luck is set to make his professional debut this week at the Valero Texas Open.
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Eric Trump: POTUS' golf habit a 'very effective tool'
Eric Trump defended his father's frequent golf outings as president, noting that his time on the golf course is a "very effective tool" for diplomatic relations.
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Karsten Creek, Blessings GC to host upcoming NCAAs
Karsten Creek Golf Club and The Blessings Golf Club have been selected to host the upcoming NCAA Men’s and Women’s Championships.
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Tiger mum on return, rinses wedge shot
Tiger Woods offered no new details on his health Tuesday, saying that he has “good days and bad days” and gave no indication when he might return to competition.
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Tiger to design public course at Big Cedar Lodge
Tiger Woods announced Tuesday that his company will design his first public course at Big Cedar Lodge in Ridgedale, Mo.
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You Oughta Know: Big week for Poulter in Texas
The PGA Tour returns to the Lone Star State this week. Here's what You Oughta Know heading into the Texas Open.
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Stock Watch: Bryan looks legit, Dufner like a jabroni
Wes Bryan has proven far more than a mere trick-shot artist, and for his next trick, Jason Dufner should go pick up his own putter.
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Web.com event added to 2018 PGA Tour schedule
After only two years as a Web.com Tour event, the Corales Punta Cana Resort and Club Championship will become a PGA Tour event next season.
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USGA tweaks Walker Cup mid-am requirement
The USGA will shift away from its strict two mid-amateur minimum at the Walker Cup, but the outlook isn’t as dire as it might seem for those 25 and older.
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Report: McIlroy wedding set for Saturday
According to a report from the Belfast Telegraph, Rory McIlroy and fiancee Erica Stoll are set to be married this Saturday at a castle in Ireland.
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Bryan now in line for more major bids via OWGR
Wesley Bryan earned a Masters invite with his RBC Heritage win, but his new world ranking might get him into two more majors this summer.
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Bryan celebrates Heritage win with Taco Bell dinner
After winning the RBC Heritage for his first PGA Tour title, Wesley Bryan celebrated with dinner at a Taco Bell on the way home.
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After Further Review: Marveling at Kerr's 19th win
Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. Here's what's weighing on our writers' minds.
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Donald racks up another close call at Harbour Town
Luke Donald's runner-up finish at the RBC Heritage was his seventh result of T-3 or better over the last nine years at this event, which he still has never won.
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Schniederjans rally falls short of RBC Heritage win
Ollie Schniederjans still took plenty of positives from a career-best T-3 finish at the RBC Heritage even though he couldn't keep pace with fellow rookie Wesley Bryan.
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Poulter comes up short of regaining card at Heritage
Ian Poulter faded with a final-round 73 at the RBC and will now need to earn at least $30,624 at next week's Texas Open to keep his PGA Tour card.
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Ko in market for a new caddie - again
Rolex world No. 1 Lydia Ko is making yet another significant change, splitting with caddie Gary Matthews after nine events together, her management team confirmed.
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Bryan rallies for first win at RBC Heritage
After three wins last year on the Web.com Tour, Wesley Bryan now has his first PGA Tour victory after edging Luke Donald by one shot.
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Watch: Malnati aces Harbour Town's 17th hole
Peter Malnati salvages something from a brutal round with a hole-in-one at the 17th hole.
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Watch: Donald's spectacular birdie from bunker
Luke Donald moved himself back in the RBC heritage mix with this long bunker holeout from 25 yards at the par-4 11th.
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Watch: Molinari eagles 18 en route to victory
Edoardo Molinari topped Paul Dunne in a playoff Sunday in Morocco thanks in part to this eagle at the par-5 18th.
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You Oughta Know: RBC lead is precarious
Jason Dufner leads the RBC Heritage by one shot after three rounds, but he might not want to start thinking about how he would spend the winner's check just yet.
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Dufner (65) takes 1-shot lead at Harbour Town
Jason Dufner shot a 6-under 65 at Harbour Town on Saturday to take a one-shot lead into the final round of the RBC Heritage.
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Watch: Kaymer tries ricochet off grandstand, fails
Martin Kaymer earned an "A" for effort for his third shot at the par-5 9th Saturday at the RBC Heritage.
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Watch: Donald ends round with thrilling pitch shot
Luke Donald's short game saved him in Round 2 at the RBC Heritage, and he closed out his round of 4-under 67 with a gorgeous pitch shot for birdie on 18.
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Donald birdies 18 for share of RBC lead
Luke Donald scrambled all afternoon, but he chipped in for birdie on 18 and tied Graham DeLaet for the lead at Harbour Town.
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Poulter in good shape at RBC with card on the line
Ian Poulter has two starts to earn around $145,000 in order to keep his PGA Tour card and he could lock that up this week if he continues to play the way he has.
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Spieth teams with Palmer, strengthens Zurich field
The Zurich Classic received another big boost Friday when Jordan Spieth committed to partner with Ryan Palmer.
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Stanford's McNealy named Nelson Award winner
Stanford senior Maverick McNealy has been named the recipient of the Byron Nelson Award, given annually to the graduating senior who excels both on and off the course.
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Cauley closes strong, leads by 2 at RBC Heritage
After closing with four birdies over his final five holes, Bud Cauley has built a two-shot lead after the first round of the RBC Heritage.
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Henley maintains hot streak with opening 66
After a win in Houston and a strong showing at the Masters, Russell Henley is contending again after an opening-round 66 at the RBC Heritage.
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Donald (65) contending again at RBC Heritage
After six finishes of T-3 or better over the last eight years, Luke Donald is again on the leaderboard at the RBC Heritage following an opening-round 65.
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Lahiri (67) determined to play Presidents Cup
After three weeks off, Anirban Lahiri returned to work this week at the RBC Heritage motivated to turn his competitive fortunes around.
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Horschel runs home for daughter's birth, shoots 70
It’s been an eventful few days for Billy Horschel and that had nothing to do with his opening 1-under 70 at the RBC Heritage.
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D. Johnson commits to Wells Fargo Championship
Dustin Johnson committed to the Wells Fargo Championship Thursday, officially making the May 4-7 event his first start since withdrawing from the Masters.
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Whan honored with executive of the year award
LPGA commissioner Mike Whan will be presented the Vision Award as the sports executive of the year during the sixth annual Cynopsis Sports Media Awards.
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Kuchar grouped with Henley, Kaymer at Heritage
Fresh off a T-4 finish at the Masters, Matt Kuchar will play the first two rounds of the RBC Heritage alongside Martin Kaymer and the red-hot Russell Henley.
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Furyk returns to RBC for first time since 2015 win
Jim Furyk is back at the RBC Heritage for the first time since his playoff win over Kevin Kisner in 2015 that ended a lengthy victory drought.
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Lotte featured group: Ko's No. 1 rank in jeopardy
The LPGA is making the most of its prime-time exposure at the Lotte Championship this week with world Nos. 1, 2 and 3 grouped together in Hawaii.
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Punch Shot: Sergio majors and Spieth green jackets
Will Sergio Garcia win any more majors? Will Jordan Spieth win any more green jackets? We tackle these pressing questions and more.
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Podcast: Living in the Sergio's-a-major-champ world
Yup. That really happened. Sergio Garcia is a major champion. Are we prepared to live in that world? That and more is on the table in this week's podcast.
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Harrington: Masters champ Garcia was a 'sore loser'
Having dueled with him twice before in memorable majors, Padraig Harrington claims that Sergio Garcia was a "sore loser" prior to his Masters triumph.
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Couples' pal Love not surprised he contended at Masters
At 57 years old, Fred Couples' tie-for-18th finish last week at the Masters came as no surprise to good pal Davis Love III.
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Bettor turns $60 into $41K with Fowler-Garcia parlay
One bettor turned $60 into more than $41,000 with a two-way parlay tying Rickie Fowler's Honda Classic win to Sergio Garcia's victory at the Masters.
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LPGA event shortened to 54 to accommodate Evian
The inaugural Indy Women in Tech Championship will be shortened to 54 holes to help alleviate travel concerns for LPGA pros planning to play the Evian Championship.
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Cabrera Bello: Garcia's win will further inspire country
Spaniard Rafa Cabrera Bello said countryman Sergio Garcia's Masters win will continue to inspire a golfing nation.
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McGirt 'can't wait to get back' to the Masters
William McGirt walked away from his first start at the Masters calling Augusta National his "favorite place on Earth."
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You Oughta Know: Key stats heading into RBC
After a dramatic week in Augusta, the PGA Tour heads north to Harbour Town. Here is what You Oughta Know heading into the RBC Heritage.
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Masters champ Garcia on Sports Illustrated cover
Sergio Garcia not only joined a legendary list of Masters champions. He joined a handful of them for making the cover of Sports Illustrated.
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Garcia planning Spanish-themed Champions Dinner
While he still has 12 months to plan, Sergio Garcia already has an idea of what he will serve at next year's Spanish-themed Masters champions' dinner.
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Take a look at Sergio's crazy-hectic media tour
Sergio Garcia made the putt to win the Masters and now he’s making the media rounds.
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Garcia to return to action at Players Championship
Following his major breakthrough, Sergio Garcia plans to take the next month off and will return to competition at The Players Championship in May.
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Fellow pros glued to Garcia-Rose duel at Masters
Even PGA Tour players, who normally avoid spending their free time watching golf on TV, aren’t immune to the charms of Augusta National.
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DJ installed as betting favorite for U.S. Open
One day after the Masters concluded, Dustin Johnson was installed as a betting favorite for the U.S. Open this summer at Erin Hills.
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After Sergio's win, who's the best without a major?
After Sergio Garcia's triumph at the Masters, who now is the best player without a major championship victory?
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Garcia, Rose enjoy 'great battle' at Augusta
They have played on four European Ryder Cup teams together and from the outset Sunday’s duel at the Masters between Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose was going to be special.
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Jack: A Timeline of Greatness
Take a look back, through the decades, of Jack Nicklaus' incredible career. 'Jack,' a three-night documentary, debuts April 9-11 at 9 p.m. ET on Golf Channel.
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Garcia not defined by major: Still 'same goofy guy'
After spending more than a decade as the best player without a major, Sergio Garcia reached the competitive mountaintop Sunday with his playoff victory at the Masters.
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Garcia cracks OWGR top 10 after Masters win
Sergio Garcia is back inside the top 10 in the latest world rankings after edging Justin Rose in a playoff to win the Masters.
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Jack: Major champion and family man
Jack Nicklaus is golf's greatest major champion. He's also famous for being a family man. See both sides of Jack.
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Will Garcia wear green jacket at his wedding?
Sergio Garcia had just slipped the coveted green jacket over his shoulders when he was asked about another garment he will need this summer.
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Masters 2017: Augusta National by the numbers
With the 2017 Masters now in the books, take a look back on some of the key course stats from the week at Augusta National.
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Know Jack: Being asked to leave Ohio State
Jack Nicklaus has always been and will always be an Ohio State Buckeye. But he never graduated and he says he was even asked to leave.
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Know Jack: Athlete, basketball driver, tennis diver
People say Tiger Woods made golfers look like athletes. But Jack Nicklaus was playing multiple sports, even when he was winning majors.
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Know Jack: Is that anyway to (re)act?
Jack Nicklaus has always been classy in victory and in defeat. But there are a couple of victorious reactions he might take back.
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Know Jack: The teacher, Jack Grout
Jack Grout met Jack Nicklaus when the latter was a 10-year-old just taking up the game. They formed a legendary team and a father-son bond.
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Know Jack: Helping and saving children's lives
Jack and Barbara Nicklaus decided long ago that if they were ever going to help others, it would be children. And that's just what they are doing.
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Know Jack: How he lost his first win
Jack Nicklaus' first professional win came at the 1962 U.S. Open. But it almost happened earlier that year, if not for a strange occurrence.
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Know Jack: Charlie and Helen Nicklaus
His dad was outgoing. His mother very reserved. Jack Nicklaus got championship traits of both and their influence spread to his children.
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Know Jack: Origin of the Golden Bear nickname
The Golden Bear nickname fits Jack Nicklaus. But how did it come about? It stretches from high school in Ohio to Australia.
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Know Jack: Adding '70's style to substance
Forget the crew cut, basic clothing and the belly. Jack Nicklaus changed his look in the '70s and it had a major affect on his game.
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Know Jack: The not-so-handy man
Jack Nicklaus is good at many things, but fixing things around the house isn't one of them, according to his wife.
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Garcia wants to be locker mates with idol Olazabal
There was a lot made of the Sergio-Seve relationship, but Jose Maria Olazabal is another idol and could be a locker mate.
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Rose tweaks back with drive, but offers no excuse
Justin Rose felt a twinge in his back after hitting his tee shot on the par-5 15th, but he said it didn't negatively affect his play.
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Rose after playoff loss: 'Going to sting for sure'
Fresh off a playoff loss to Sergio Garcia at the Masters, Justin Rose sat down for an interview with the assembled press and said, “it’s going to sting for sure.”
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SERGIO! Garcia finally gets patrons on his side
Sergio Garcia was grateful the way Augusta National patrons made him feel like the favorite coming down the stretch Sunday at the Masters.
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They said it: Best quotes from Masters Day 4
Sergio Garcia defeated Justin Rose in a playoff to win his first major title. Here are the best quotes from Sunday at the Masters.
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Spieth feels he let Fowler down with poor play
Jordan Spieth felt that his poor play might have had a negative effect on his playing partner, Rickie Fowler.
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By the numbers: Key stats from Garcia's Masters win
Sergio Garcia won his first major title in a playoff over Justin Rose. Here are the key stats from the final round at the Masters.
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Fowler (75) goes from 1 back to T-11 at Masters
Rickie Fowler started the final round of the Masters with a great shot at winning his first major, but finished outside the top 10.
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Spieth splashes to worst Masters finish
Jordan Spieth found the water at the 12th hole for the second year in a row on his way to his worst Masters finish, a tie for 11th place.
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Sports world congratulates Garcia on Masters win
Before Sergio Garcia even had a chance to slip on his green jacket, the golf world took to social media to congratulate him on his Masters victory.
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Watch: Garcia's winning birdie putt at Masters
Sergio Garcia finally won his first major title in a playoff over Justin Rose at the Masters. Here is Garcia's birdie putt to win the green jacket.
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Garcia defeats Rose to win Masters playoff
Sergio Garcia defeated Justin Rose on the first extra hole to win the Masters and earn his long-awaited first major title.
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Rory: 4th straight Masters top-10 no consolation
Rory McIlroy finished in the top 10 for the fourth consecutive year at the Masters. At this point in his career, however, he couldn’t care less.
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Watch: Sergio hits flagstick, makes eagle on 15
Trailing Justin Rose by one shot, Sergio Garcia made eagle at the par-5 15th to grab a share of the Masters lead.
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Phil (72): 'Didn't play the way I wanted to'
Phil Mickelson started fast with an eagle on the second hole, but his round turned sour and he needed three birdies in the final six holes to shoot even-par 72.
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Watch: Spieth finds the water at 12 ... again
Perhaps he didn't rid himself of those demons after all. Jordan Spieth on Sunday once again found the water at Augusta National's par-3 12th.
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Low am Hagestad: 'A dream come true'
Stewart Hagestad, the first winner of the U.S. Mid-Amateur to make the cut at the Masters, on Sunday finished as low amateur.
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Watch: Kuchar aces 16th, celebrates with patrons
There hadn't been many fireworks on Sunday at Augusta National, until Matt Kuchar did this at the par-3 16th.
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Watch: Rahm rides slope to eagle at 13th
Jon Rahm is playing his first Masters this week, but he's already figuring out the fall lines at Augusta National. Take a look at this eagle.
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Els completes 23rd - and likely last - Masters
'This tournament was just not for me,' Ernie Els concluded after completing his 23rd - and likely last - Masters.
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Watch: Henley dunks one, destroys hole on No. 5
Russell Henley went pinseeking on No. 5 Sunday, and was so accurate that his ball landed directly in the hole, destroying it in the process.
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Live Blog: Masters, Final Round
Sergio Garcia defeated Justin Rose in a Masters playoff and finally won his first major at Augusta. Follow the celebration here!
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How to watch the Masters on TV and online
It's Masters week. Here is your guide to getting complete coverage of the men's first major on TV and online.
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Seve's son 'sure' Seve is pulling for Sergio
Seve Ballesteros' son, Javier, tweeted this message Sunday honoring his father's birthday and rooting on fellow Spaniard Sergio Garcia
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DJ resting at home, may return at Wells Fargo
After withdrawing from the Masters on Thursday, Dustin Johnson is resting at home and plotting his next competitive start.
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Punch Shot: Who wins the Masters on Sunday?
Plenty of outcomes are still in play on Sunday at the Masters. So who is going to win? Our team in Augusta predicts the outcome.
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Fowler back in hunt for first major title
Three years after a torrid run in all four majors, Rickie Fowler feels he's back where he belongs - in contention at the Masters.
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Confident Rose back in final pairing at Augusta
Justin Rose is in the final group at the Masters for the second time in three years, and this time Jordan Spieth isn't dominating.
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Garcia hopes to join Seve, Olazabal as Masters champ
Sergio Garcia is not only thinking about Seve Ballesteros as he seeks to win a major, but another two-time Masters champ.
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They said it: Best quotes from Masters Day 3
We're heading toward another epic Sunday at Augusta. Here are some of the best quotes from the third round of the Masters.
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Scott's plan: Be sneaky on front nine
Three shots off the lead, Adam Scott hopes to 'sneak up' on the leaders on the front nine Sunday, then pass them down the stretch.
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Final-round tee times: Spieth-Fowler paired late
Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler are in the next-to-last pairing Sunday at the Masters Tournament. Check out full-field tee times.
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By the numbers: Key stats from Rd. 3 at Masters
Justin Rose and Sergio Garcia are tied for the lead at Augusta. Here are the key stats from the third round at the Masters.
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Spieth: 'You can’t really Jordan-proof' Augusta
Following a third-round 68 that moved Jordan Spieth to within two shots of the lead, he was asked why he believes his game meshes with Augusta National.
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Masters odds: Rose betting favorite over Spieth
Justin Rose is the new betting favorite heading into the final round of the Masters, where he shares the lead with Sergio Garcia.
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Spieth on pine-straw shot: 'What would Arnie do?'
After talking with caddie Michael Greller about a shot from the pine straw on the 13th hole, Jordan Spieth looked over and simply asked, 'What would Arnie do?'
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Garcia, Rose lead Masters, with big names lurking
While four players led through 36 holes, there are now two players at the top of the Masters leaderboard as Justin Rose and Sergio Garcia hold a slim advantage over Rickie Fowler.
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Slammed door? McIlroy fizzles after fast start
Rory McIlroy squandered his quick start Saturday and maybe his Sunday chance at history at the Masters Tournament.
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Watch: Spieth wedges to 7 inches, birdies 15th
Jordan Spieth needed nine shots to play the 15th hole Thursday. He's played that same hole in nine shots the last two days.
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Day (69) survives marker anxiety
Although marker Jeff Knox doesn’t keep a score, it’s safe to say Jason Day got the best of the Augusta National member, posting a 3-under 69 in Round 3.
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Begay says Tiger could be back by next month
According to Tiger Woods' close friend, Golf Channel analyst Notah Begay, Woods' return to competition could be as soon as next month.
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Fowler leads after major round for first time
Rickie Fowler played his 100th round in a major championship Friday at the Masters. For the first time, he leads at the end of one.
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Phil 'really tired' after losing steam, shooting 73
At one point on Friday, Phil Mickelson was one shot off the lead. And then he lost steam, posting 1-over 73 to fall four back.
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They said it: Best quotes from Masters Day 2
There are plenty of big storylines heading into the weekend. Here are some of the best quotes from the second round of the Masters.
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If not for one hole, Spieth would be co-leading
Jordan Spieth made quadruple-bogey 9 at the 15th hole on Thursday. He rallied and would be co-leading through 36 if not for that.
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Spieth-Mickelson highlight Rd. 3 tee times at Masters
Two Masters champions and fan favorites are paired in the third round of the 81st Masters. Take a look at the full list of times.
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By the numbers: Key stats from Round 2 at Masters
Plenty of big names are in the hunt after two rounds at the Masters. Here are the key stats from Round 2 at Augusta.
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Bubba apologizes for 'bad joke' after Masters MC
Bubba Watson took to Twitter on Friday to apologize for telling a reporter after his missed cut at the Masters that 'golf is tough' and 'writing articles is easy.'
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Fowler new betting favorite entering Round 3
Rickie Fowler is the new betting favorite at the Masters after a second-round 67 gave him a share of the lead at the halfway point.
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Couples (once again) turns back clock in Masters Rd. 2
Fred Couples turned back the clock Friday at the Masters, making six birdies to move into a tie for sixth, just three shots off the lead.
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You won't believe who missed, made Masters cut
Danny Willett is the first defending Masters champion to miss the cut since Mike Weir did in 2004. Other past Masters champs are out, too.
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Pieters continues ascent with share of Masters lead
Thomas Pieters may be playing his first Masters, but he has made the putt to win here before. In his imagination.
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Garcia, Fowler among four Masters co-leaders
Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler are among four co-leaders at the Masters, where a number of big names head into the weekend within five shots of the top spot.
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Hagestad first mid-am to make Masters cut
The Masters has offered an exemption to the U.S. Mid-Am winner every year since 1989. Stewart Hagestad on Friday became the first to make the cut.
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Watch: Bones tends pin for Phil's 60-yard approach
Masters veteran Phil Mickelson had his caddie Bones walk ahead to the 13th green to tend the flag for his 60-yard approach.
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Garcia unfazed by scoring error: 'I knew where I stood'
Sergio Garcia hooked his tee shot into the left trees on the par-4 10th hole Friday and it led to some confusion over his score.
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Rory's bad bounce could cost him the Masters
Rory McIlroy's approach shot at the 18th hole that caromed off the flag and led to a closing bogey is the kind of bad bounce that can cost a player a major.
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Hoffman 10 shots worse on Friday, but 'got a chance'
Charley Hoffman called his fast start a “dream” in Thursday’s first round of the Masters. He jolted awake in the middle of Friday’s round.
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McGirt trying to break rookie drought at Masters
A first-timer hasn't won the Masters Tournament since 1979. William McGirt is in position after two rounds to end that streak.
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Watch: Errant Luck shot bloodies Masters patron
Luck, huh? Tell that to the guy who got brained by U.S. Amateur chamion Curtis Luck at the par-3 fourth on Friday.
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Watch: Rory lips in, chips in for back-to-back birdies
Rory McIlroy picked up back-to-back birdies in style Friday at the Masters, on Nos. 5 and 6 at Augusta National.
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Golfer Greg Norman has a special place in his heart for DC
Legendary golfer Greg Norman joined the Junkies Friday to talk the Masters and why DC is special to him.
Watch: Willett shanks ball en route to opening quad
The defending Masters champion is now a combined 6 over par on the first hole at Augusta National through two tries at the 2017 Masters.
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Watch: McGirt expertly uses slope, holes out at 4
Will McGirt on Thursday rallied back from a opening bogey with a little short game magic. Check out this wild birdie at No. 4.
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Masters 2017: Round 2 tee times
Take a look at the full-field groupings for the first two rounds at the Masters.
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Wind will once again whip through Augusta Friday
Conditions for the second round of the Masters will continue to be a challenge, with gusts expected to top 25-30 mph on Friday at Augusta National.
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McIlroy betting favorite heading into Round 2
After an even-par 72, Rory McIlroy is now the Masters betting favorite despite trailing Charley Hoffman by seven shots.
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McGirt 'almost shed a tear' before Rd. 1 of first Masters
William McGirt figured the most emotional part of his first Masters would be the Par 3 Contest when his two children would join him.
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