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Web.com Tour completes first test of range finders
The first of four test events allowing players to use distance-measuring devices during competition on the Web.com Tour was held last week with largely positive feedback.
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Jang rescinds LPGA membership, returning to Korea
Ha Na Jang reportedly plans to rescind her LPGA membership and will instead return to playing full-time in her native South Korea starting next month.
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Four qualify for Erin Hills at Japan sectional
Satoshi Kodaira took medalist honors at the U.S. Open sectional in Japan, the first of 12 sectionals used to determine the field at Erin Hills.
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Horschel nets U.S. Open bid via OWGR with win
Billy Horschel's win in Texas netted him a spot in the U.S. Open and put him in prime position to also add Royal Birkdale to his schedule this summer.
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Penalty for cart ride to restroom cuts Northwestern's lead
Northwestern could have an even bigger lead at the NCAA Women’s Championship if not for a careless mistake by one of its players.
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'Tourist' Ko could lose No. 1 ranking
Rolex world No. 1 Lydia Ko birdied the final hole Sunday at the Kingsmill Championship to secure a top-10 finish before she takes three weeks off.
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Hahn goes down swinging for first top-10 of year
Just when James Hahn seized control of the AT&T Byron Nelson he let it slip away. But he didn’t go down without a fight.
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Day has no regrets: Don't take risks, you'll never win
Jason Day walked off the 18th green disappointed Sunday at the AT&T Byron Nelson, but he didn’t have any regrets.
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Horschel's caddie called win after Players MC
Billy Horschel’s caddie, Josh Cassell, called it last week. Cassell saw Horschel’s game coming together despite a Players missed cut.
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Kordas have fun paired in LPGA event for first time
The Korda sisters gave fans something special on Sunday. Jessica, 24, and Nelly, 18, were paired together for the first time in an LPGA event.
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After Further Review: Let's hear it for Horschel
Billy Horschel's passion, Lexi Thompson's toughness, Jason Day's resilience - these are all subjects that warranted further review from our writers.
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Horschel tops Day in deflating Nelson playoff
After not three-putting all tournament, Jason Day missed a 4-footer on the first extra hole to hand Billy Horschel the Byron Nelson title.
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Watch: Hahn nearly crashes playoff with fairway lip-out
James Hahn saved his best shot in the final round of the Byron Nelson for when it mattered most, and it was nearly enough to get him into a playoff.
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Ko trying to keep a grip on No. 1 ranking
Lydia Ko’s strong finish Saturday could help extend her hold on the Rolex World No. 1 ranking to 83 consecutive weeks.
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3 back, Chun paired with Thompson on Sunday
Three shots back going into the final round, In Gee Chun is in the best position to try to deny Lexi Thompson a wire-to-wire victory.
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You Oughta Know: Hahn facing plenty of obstacles
James Hahn leads Billy Horschel by one stroke at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Here’s what You Oughta Know heading into the final round at the TPC Four Seasons.
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Garcia climbs into mix with closing 29 on Moving Day
Sergio Garcia’s birdie putt on 18 was a foot from the hole when he turned to his caddie and gave a fist pump. That gave him a back-nine 29.
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Horschel: Tips 'finally got through my thick skull'
Billy Horschel finally listened to his coach and made two changes to his game. He switched to a face-balanced putter and slowed his swing.
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'Nervous' Hahn excited to start Sunday with lead
James Hahn simply went out on Moving Day and fired another bogey-free 64 to grab a one-shot lead over Billy Horschel heading into the final round.
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Day fires 63: Cool to hear crowds roar like that again
It’s been more than year since Jason Day has won a tournament, but he’s in a great position to end his winless drought on Sunday.
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Kingmill sponsorship extension looking optimisic
The Kingsmill Championship’s contract with the LPGA expires with Sunday’s conclusion of play, but extension talks are optimistic.
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U.S. Open local qualifying results
U.S. Open local qualifying is underway, with 9,485 players attempting to qualify for the Erin Hills event this summer.
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No one breaks par; Local 'Cats lead NCAA Women's
Northwestern, located less than 90 minutes from this year’s final venue, leads after Day 1 of stroke play at the NCAA Women’s DI National Championship.
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Kokrak rolls in birdies, rolls to five-shot lead at Nelson
Jason Kokrak hasn’t sniffed a top-10 this year, but he went out on Friday at TPC Four Seasons and fired an 8-under 62 to build a five-shot lead.
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Ko finding comfort zone, looking for winner's circle
Lydia Ko said she is finally feeling comfortable with all her changes and enters the weekend at Kingsmill only four off the lead.
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Watch: Spieth hits two OB, makes 9 on par-5 16th
Jordan Spieth was well off the lead but comfortably inside the cut line, until a disaster at the par-5 16th on Friday.
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Ernst not stressing over Solheim Cup bid
Austin Ernst is focused on the Kingsmill Championship leaderboard, knowing it's the best way to make it up the U.S. Solheim Cup standings leaderboard.
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Murray (63) makes news with game, not controversy
Grayson Murray’s roller-coaster rookie season has been anything but boring and it hit a high note on Friday with a 63.
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Watch: Barnes shanks tee shot; ProTracer included
Ricky Barnes shanked his tee shot on the par-3 17th Friday at the AT&T Byron Nelson.
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Garcia stays alive in title defense with 65
Sergio Garcia was headed toward a missed cut at the AT&T Byron Nelson, but he fired a 65 to give himself a chance at defending his title.
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Chun in Kingsmill hunt with major season coming up
The Kingsmill Championship isn’t a major, but the strong setup is more than a nice warmup for one. So, of course, In Gee Chun got herself in the weekend hunt.
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Bogey at last leaves DJ with second 67
Dustin Johnson has done everything but win at the AT&T Byron Nelson, and through 36 holes he’s in a good position to change that narrative.
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McIlroy WDs from BMW PGA with rib injury
Rory McIlroy is heading back to the sidelines with the same rib injury that held him out of competition for seven weeks earlier this year.
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Grip change, new putter working for Ko
Lydia Ko struggled early in the year with her putting, but the final piece may be falling into place for the Rolex world No. 1.
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Day makes birdie from concrete during 'weird' Rd. 1
Jason Day dropped a 28-foot birdie putt on 18 Thursday to shoot a 2-under 68 on what he described as a 'weird' opening round at the AT&T Byron Nelson.
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DJ keeps streak alive despite 'really tough day'
Dustin Johnson has opened every tournament this year with a round of par or better, and he continued that streak Thursday at the AT&T Byron Nelson.
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Yin gets in Kingsmill hunt, sets sights on ROY award
Angel Yin posted a 5-under-par 66 Thursday to move into the early hunt at the Kingsmill Championship. She is hoping to make a run for Rookie of the Year.
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Hahn, Barnes share Nelson lead; DJ 3 back
James Hahn and Ricky Barnes share the early lead in Texas, but there's a familiar name lurking three shots back who looks to pad his lead atop the world rankings.
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Distance control in wind key for Hahn, Barnes
With wind gusts of more than 20 mph, Byron Nelson co-leaders James Hahn and Ricky Barnes credited distance control as the key to their 6-under 64s.
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Spieth (68) switches putters: Not that big of a deal
With a new putter in his bag, Jordan Spieth made two late birdies for a 2-under 68 in the opening round of the AT&T Byron Nelson.
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Davis: 'Arms race' for fast greens is bad for golf
USGA executive director Mike Davis believes the growing "arms race" for fast greens when it comes to everyday play is detrimental to the game of golf.
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USGA: Erin Hills could play nearly 7,700 yards
According to the USGA, Erin Hills will be listed at 7,693 yards when it hosts the U.S. Open for the first time next month.
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Collegian strips, dives in hazard, leads team to NCAAs
Even more remarkable than Jacksonville University earning its first NCAA Championship berth is how it happened Wednesday.
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DJ feels like his game is coming back after injury
Dustin Johnson senses his game is back to the level he was at before he slipped on the stairs of his rental home at the Masters.
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Watch: Lexi skydives for Navy SEALs-affiliated charity
Lexi Thompson made a dramatic entry into Wednesday’s pro-am at the Kingsmill Championship, plunging from 10,000 feet in the air to the first tee.
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Hearing-impaired Yost resumes LPGA quest
Kaylin Yost, who is hearing-impaired, is looking to take another step in her improbable march toward her LPGA dream.
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Kerr on course for fourth Kingsmill win
Cristie Kerr has won the Kingsmill Championship three times, and she appears due to win it a fourth time. She won it in ’05, ’09 and ’13. See a pattern?
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'Not interested' Poulter: 'I play to win, end of story'
Ian Poulter made it perfectly clear Wednesday that he’s not interested in discussing his dust-up with Brandel Chamblee.
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NCAA men: Who's in, who's out after regionals
Here are the final results from the West Lafayette (Ind.), Baton Rouge (La.), College Grove (Tenn.), Austin (Texas), Stanford (Calif.) and Sammamish (Wash.) NCAA regionals.
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Spieth, Mickelson added to stacked Memorial field
Jordan Spieth and Phil MIckelson both committed to the Memorial on Wednesday, adding further star power to an already strong field.
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Judge rules Singh vs. PGA Tour should go to trial
On the same day Vijay Singh moved into contention at last week’s Players, a New York Supreme Court judge ruled that his lawsuit against the PGA Tour should go to trial.
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Spieth to be featured on Wheaties cereal box
Jordan Spieth announced Tuesday at the AT&T Byron Nelson that he will be the next athlete featured on the famous Wheaties cereal box.
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Sergio: It's time to move on from Masters win
The Masters champion knows it’s time to stop basking in the post-Augusta glow and get focused for the rest of the season.
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No. 1 ranking on the line with top 3 in Kingsmill field
The Rolex Women’s World Rankings are tightening at the top. No. 1 Lydia Ko, No. 2 So Yeon Ryu and No. 3 Ariya Jutanugarn are separated by just .249 points.
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A. Jutanugarn on sister: 'She can win this year'
Ariya Jutanugarn defends her title at the Kingsmill Championship within reach of overtaking No. 1 Lydia Ko in the Rolex Women’s World Rankings.
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Garcia grouped with Day, Reed at Nelson
Defending champ Sergio Garcia will play the first two rounds of the AT&T Byron Nelson alongside former winner Jason Day and Texas native Patrick Reed.
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You Oughta Know: Key stats heading into Byron Nelson
The PGA Tour heads to Irving, Texas, this week for the AT&T Byron Nelson. Here's everything You Oughta Know heading into the week.
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Stock Watch: Players drama from somewhere unexpected
It was the drivable par-4 12th that was supposed to deliver fireworks last week at The Players. Instead, the golf world went for it off the course.
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Billy Hurley III's life has changed since win at 2016 QLN
Billy Hurley III tells Chick Hernandez how winning last year's Quicken Loans National has really improved his life on the links.
Players champ Kim (back) withdraws from Nelson
Hours after winning The Players Championship, Si Woo Kim withdrew from the AT&T Byron Nelson citing the back injury that led to four other withdrawals earlier this season.
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McIlroy's MRI shows recurrence of rib injury
Rory McIlroy doesn't have a new injury, but he's not entirely over the rib issue that sidelined him earlier this year, either.
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Players win vaults Kim to 28th in the world
Si Woo Kim rode nine straight pars on the back nine of TPC Sawgrass to the biggest win and the highest ranking of his young career.
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Poulter takes issue with Chamblee’s comments
Brandel Chamblee said Ian Poulter did not play to win down the stretch of The Players. Poulter didn't hesitate to fire back.
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After Further Review: Moving The Players
Our writers weigh in on the pros and cons of keeping The Players Championship where it is on the calendar or moving it back to March, and on a fascinating tweak to the course.
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Drivable par-4 12th (mostly) a hit at Players
PGA Tour officials wanted to add more excitement to the closing nine at TPC Sawgrass and by most accounts they almost got it right. Almost.
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Kim's back holds up under Players pressure
Four times this season Players champion Si Woo Kim has been forced to withdraw from a PGA Tour event with a back injury, most recently last month at the Shell Houston Open.
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Players champ Kim still has to fulfill military service
A win at the PGA Tour’s flagship event won’t keep Si Woo Kim from serving his country in the near future.
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Oosthuizen records 6th career runner-up finish
Louis Oosthuizen may only have one PGA Tour win, but he sure is good at racking up runner-up finishes against stellar fields.
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T-2 finish all but assures Poulter's Tour card
Ian Poulter salvaged a runner-up finish at The Players Championship that should clear up any issues with his PGA Tour status for the foreseeable future.
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Masters champ Garcia fades with 6-over 78
Sergio Garcia's most recent start ended with him celebrating on the 18th green, this time around he stumbled to a 6-over 78.
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By the numbers: Kim joins rare company
Si Woo Kim won The Players Championship Sunday and joined some rare company in the process. Here are some key stats from the final round.
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Holmes goes from T-1 to T-41 with final-round 84
A day that began with great promise ended in disaster for J.B. Holmes. After starting the day tied for the lead, he finished tied for 41st.
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Watch: Cabrera Bello makes albatross at 16th
Rafa Cabrera Bello on Sunday recorded the first albratross in the history of TPC Sawgrass' par-5 16th hole,
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Singh's caddie quits, says 'don't ask for details'
Following a T-17 finish by Vijay Singh in The Players Championship, his caddie, Kip Henley, resigned via Twitter, saying 'please don't ask for details.'
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Kim becomes youngest Players champ in history
Si Woo Kim carded a bogey-free 69 to win The Players, becoming the youngest winner in tournament history at just 21 years old.
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'Dream pairing' McIlroy, Day finish far back
Rory McIlory and Jason Day paired at TPC Sawgrass is a marketing expert’s dream come true. Unfortunately, they finished with rounds of 80 (Day) and 75 (McIlroy).
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Oosthuizen hangs around with less than his best
Louis Oosthuizen is aware that his Saturday play at The Players could have sent his score ballooning. Instead, he’s still very much in the mix.
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Poulter (71) making most of reclaimed card
Two weeks ago, Ian Poulter thought he lost his PGA Tour card. Now, he's making the most of the error through three rounds of The Players.
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Co-leader Holmes takes scenic route around Sawgrass
J.B. Holmes is known for his prowess off the tee, but he has only hit 17 of 42 fairways through three rounds – tied for the lowest number in the field.
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Stanley, Holmes share 54-hole lead at The Players
Kyle Stanley and J.B. Holmes battled their way through blustery conditions on Saturday to co-lead The Players through 54.
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Rahm (82) exits after worst round as pro
After the worst round of his fledgling professional career, Jon Rahm offered an explanation that served as a microcosm for his entire day.
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Garcia (67) goes from abysmal start to contending
Sergio Garcia stumbled out of the blocks in his first start since winning the Masters, but is in the thick of things thanks to an ace and third-round 67.
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Watch: Kim hits driver from rough, finds green
Faced with a 268-yard approach from the right rough on the 14th hole Saturday, Si Woo Kim pulled out his driver and found the green.
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Horschel clears the air over club toss in video
After cameras caught him tossing a club in the direction of his caddie Friday, Billy Horschel took to Twitter to offer his side of the story.
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Due to injury, McIlroy turns his back on new bride
Rory McIlroy's back/rib ailment has created an interesting situation with his new wife, Erica Stoll. But it's not what you might think.
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Perez (66) proves low numbers to be had Saturday
With the help of calm, ideal conditions, Pat Perez shot 6-under 66 on Saturday at The Players to move into a tie for 10th place with the leaders still to tee off.
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Remember when: Tiger's cuts-made streak ends at 142
From 1998-2005, Tiger Woods put together the the all-time PGA Tour record for most consecutive cuts made, with 142.
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Stanley feels back on right track
It’s been a few years since he collected his lone PGA Tour title, but Kyle Stanley is happy to be back in the spotlight at a big event.
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Poulter goes from lost card to contending at Players
Three weeks ago, Ian Poulter thought he was out of a PGA Tour card. Now he enters the third round of The Players Championship firmly in contention.
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Mickelson starts hot, cools off with double at 17
Phil Mickelson finally ended his recent run of futility at The Players Championship, but his back-nine stumbles still left him shaking his head.
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Spieth (75) misses third straight cut at Players
For the third straight year, Jordan Spieth is leaving The Players Championship on Friday instead of Sunday.
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Patience, putting keys to Oosty's Sawgrass success
In a half dozen starts at TPC Sawgrass, Louis Oosthuizen knows the key to playing well at The Players Championship is solid putting.
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Despite less practice (gasp!), Singh in Players hunt
At 54 years old it wasn’t Vijay Singh’s position on The Players’ leaderboard (fourth place) that was the most surprising element on Friday.
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Oosthuizen, Stanley lead Players at halfway mark
Louis Oosthuizen and Kyle Stanley took a 2-shot lead at the halfway mark of The Players Championship.
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Blair latest victim at 17, but wears scars with pride
Zac Blair became the latest victim of the 17th hole during the second round of The Players Championship, but he plans to wear his scars with pride.
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McIlroy (71) makes weekend despite back issue
Rory McIlroy rebounded on Friday with a 1-under 71 to assure himself a weekend tee time at The Players despite an ongoing back issue.
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Thomas shoots most bizarre 71 you'll ever see
Justin Thomas turned in the day’s most colorful scorecard at TPC Sawgrass, shooting a 1-under 71 that included seven birdies, four bogeys and a double.
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Garcia finds more good fortune at par-3 17th
A day after recording an ace at the par-3 17th hole, Sergio Garcia enjoyed a little more magic at the iconic island green.
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Rahm posts 68-72 to remain in Players mix
In his first start at TPC Sawgrass, Jon Rahm is in prime position heading into the weekend following a second-round 72 that left him at 4 under par.
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Watch: Sergio's ace at 17 as called in Spanish
Check out Sergio Garcia's hole-in-one at the par-3 17th in Round 1 of The Players, as called in Spanish.
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Willett (back) withdraws mid-round at The Players
Former Masters champ Danny Willett withdrew during the second round of The Players Championship, citing a back injury.
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How to watch The Players on TV and online
It's Players Championship week. Here is your guide to getting complete coverage on TV and online.
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Rahm posts bogey-free 68 in Players debut
Less than a year since turning pro, Jon Rahm has quickly worked his way into the discussion of the game’s elite and is in the mix in his Players debut.
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DJ's luck (momentarily) runs out in Rd. 1 of Players
Dustin Johnson has gotten plenty of bounces lately, but during the opening round of The Players, the rub of the green went in the other direction.
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McIlroy: Golf ball was key to Taylor Made deal
Rory McIlroy explained on Tuesday following news he’d signed an endorsement deal with TaylorMade that it was the golf ball that prompted his decision.
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McIlroy re-aggravated back, posts 73 in Rd. 1
After an opening 1-over 73 at The Players Championship, Rory McIlroy unveiled that he’s not 100 percent healthy this week.
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Two swings cost Scott (70) four strokes
Adam Scott was doing Adam Scott things at TPC Sawgrass until he finished double bogey-double bogey for a 2-under 70.
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Majority of Players field lays up on revamped 12th hole
They wanted excitement. They wanted fireworks. They wanted players to think. On Day 1 at The Players, the PGA Tour was 0-for-3.
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McGirt, Hughes share Players lead
William McGirt and Mackenzie Hughes shot 5-under 67 to share a one-shot lead after one round of The Players Championship.
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Watch: Garcia aces iconic 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass
In his first official round since slipping on the green jacket, Sergio Garcia aced the iconic par-3 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass.
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Spieth (73) blames poor rake job for costly double
Jordan Spieth walked up to his ball in a greenside bunker on the first hole and was so surprised that he whipped out his phone to document it.
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No practice round, no problem for Phil (70)
Despite not playing a practice round at the renovated Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass, Phil Mickelson shot 2-under 70 and is three back.
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Day pleased with 70 despite late stumble
Despite his rocky finish, defending Players champion Jason Day said that he was pleased with his opening 2-under 70.
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Pro shoots 127 in U.S. Open local qualifying
Clifton McDonald, from Meridian, Miss., shot 55-over 127 on Wednesday during U.S. Open local qualifying.
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Regional stunner: No. 2 UCLA fails to qualify for NCAAs
Her team may have been ranked No. 2 in the country and coming off a 21-shot victory in the Pac-12 Championship, but UCLA coach Carrie Forsyth felt uneasy heading into regional play.
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Race to the Finnis(h): Caddie competition results are in
Tommy Fleetwood’s caddie won the annual caddie competition on the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass on Wednesday.
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Women's regionals: Which teams are in, out for NCAAs
Here are the final results from the Albuquerque (N.M.), Athens (Ga.), Columbus (Ohio), Lubbock (Texas) NCAA regionals.
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Oh Lord(y)! Stenson's caddie rinses ball, club at 17
Henrik Stenson's caddie, Gareth Lord, put more than just a ball in the water at No. 17 on Wednesday of The Players caddie contest.
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DJ, Stenson both intend to lay up on new 12th
But don’t be surprised if world No. 1 Dustin Johnson and past champion Henrik Stenson opt for irons off the at the new No. 12.
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Sergio, Padraig had 'great talk,' are 'fine'
Sergio Garcia explained Wednesday that everything is fine between him and his Ryder Cup teammate and major rival Padraig Harrington.
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Day after signing Rory, Adidas sells TaylorMade Golf
A day after signing golf’s biggest free-agent to an equipment deal, TaylorMade Golf announced the company has been sold by Adidas AG.
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Garcia using Euro Tour winner as fill-in caddie
Sergio Garcia's regular caddie is home after his wife gave birth, and Garcia has a former European Tour winner on the bag.
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After caddie quits, Willett searching for new one
Former Masters champion Danny Willett showed up to The Players Championship with a new caddie on the bag, after a sudden departure.
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Watch: Fowler aces par-3 17th in practice round
Rickie Fowler added to his impressive history at the Stadium Course's par-3 17th on Wednesday, when he made a hole-in-one during his practice round.
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First-timers at Players will lean heavily on caddies
There are 18 first-timers at The Players this week and many will use the men to their sides to help guide them around TPC Sawgrass.
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Spieth nearly aces the new par-4 12th at Sawgrass
The nondescript 12th hole at TPC Sawgrass has gotten a much-needed makeover, and almost gave up its first hole-in-one on Tuesday.
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Day hopes to become first repeat champ at Players
TPC Sawgrass has been unkind to defending champions, but Jason Day hopes he can make history this week.
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Tour's FedEx extension includes exclusivity clause
According to sources, the PGA Tour's new deal with FedEx will keep players sponsored by a FedEx competitor out of the season-long race.
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McIlroy unveils (some of the) details of his wedding
Few details have emerged about Rory McIlroy's wedding, but he did unveil some of the details on Tuesday at TPC Sawgrass.
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Rory signs with TaylorMade, using clubs and ball
Rory McIlroy announced on Tuesday that he has signed an equipment deal with TaylorMade to use their clubs and ball.
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Murray details caddie split, deactivates Twitter account
Grayson Murray discussed the circumstances around his mid-round caddie split at the Wells Fargo Championship and his Twitter deactivation.
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Monahan: No plans to move The Players to March
PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan said on Tuesday at TPC Sawgrass that The Players has no plans to move to March.
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Monahan: 'Comprehensive review' of slow play policy
On Tuesday at TPC Sawgrass, Jay Monahan acknowledged that the circuit is currently in the midst of a “comprehensive review” of its slow play policy.
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FedEx extends cup sponsorship; changes expected
An experiment that was widely scrutinized when it was introduced in 2007 entered its second decade with a flourish on Tuesday at TPC Sawgrass.
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Stock Watch: DJ, Rahm not slowing down
Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm continued their torrid play at the Wells Fargo, while Rory McIlroy made a curious equipment decision.
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Romo fails to advance in U.S. Open local qualifying
Tony Romo can get a head start working on his broadcasting chops after failing to advance past U.S. Open local qualifying.
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TPC Sawgrass: Notable changes to Stadium Course
The day after the 2016 Players finished, work began on renovating the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass. Here's a look at some of the significant changes.
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D. Johnson grouped with McIlroy, Thomas at Players
World No. 1 Dustin Johnson will be joined by Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas this week at The Players Championship.
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Players Championship field: How they qualified
It's time for the 44th Players Championship. Here's a look at the field and how they qualified for a tee time at TPC Sawgrass.
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Nicollet tops O'Neal in poll for LPGA sponsor invite
India's Sharmila Nicollet has won the Twitter vote for the final sponsor exemption at next month’s LPGA ShopRite Classic.
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Report: Murray fires caddie mid-round at Wells Fargo
Grayson Murray reportedly parted ways with his veteran caddie during the middle of the final round Sunday at the Wells Fargo Championship.
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Harman's win likely sews up U.S. Open bid via OWGR
Brian Harman's Wells Fargo win put him in great position to earn a U.S. Open exemption later this month via the OWGR.
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Trump congratulates Daly; Daly congratulates Trump
John Daly on Sunday broke through to win his first PGA Tour Champions title, earning his first win since 2004 and a tweet from Donald Trump.
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Betting props offered on TPC Sawgrass' 17th hole
Betting props for the par-3 island-green 17th hole at the Players Championship are available at one offshore outlet.
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After Further Review: Daly keeps defying odds
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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Rahm keeps impressive run going at Wells Fargo
Jon Rahm had a chance on Sunday at the Wells Fargo Championship for his second walk-off eagle in eight starts.
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Good, bad and Daly: Timeline of ups and downs
Timeline of notable events in the life of two-time major champion John Daly.
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What layoff? DJ finishes T-2 at Wells Fargo
World No. 1 Dustin Johnson nearly won his fourth title in a row, but his T-2 finish was a good sign after injuring his back a month ago.
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Math works out for Kaufman; geography, not so much
Smylie Kaufman earned his first top-10 finish on the PGA Tour this season. He just didn't know where he was.
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Harman birdies 18 to edge DJ, Perez at Wells Fargo
Brian Harman birdied the 72nd hole for a 4-under 68 to win the Wells Fargo Championship over Dustin Johnson and Pat Perez.
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Watch: Daly, friends celebrate first Champions win
After tapping out for the victory, John Daly's friends helped him celebrate his first title since 2004.
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Kim denies Lexi back-to-back Japanese major titles
Ha Neul Kim denied Lexi Thompson a chance to win back-to-back World Ladies Championship Salonpas Cup titles.
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You Oughta Know: The scramblin' man
Why is Patrick Reed leading the Wells Fargo Championship? One potential reason is his scrambling success.
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What makes a good course logo? Blair dishes
Following his third round at the Wells Fargo Championship, Zac Blair described what makes a good course logo.
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Reed not playing by the green-reading book
Patrick Reed, who is sixth in the field at Eagle Point Golf Club in strokes gained putting, said he want back to the way he used to read putts in college with more instinct.
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Wilcox gets DQ'd, then doesn't, still MCs
Will Wilcox was disqualified from the Wells Fargo after changing equipment on Saturday morning for the completion of his second round. Or was he?
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Reed (67) takes 1-shot Wells Fargo lead
Patrick Reed made a tap-in birdie on the final hole to shoot 67 and take a one-stroke lead in the Wells Fargo Championship.
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Lexi one back through 54 in Japan title defense
Lexi Thompson is in contention to win back-to-back World Ladies Championship Salonpas Cup titles on the Japan LPGA Tour.
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Watch: England makes grand entrance at GolfSixes
The European Tour's GolfSixes event was billed as a fresh and exciting approach to golf, and there was certainly a noticeable difference on the first tee.
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Molinari leads by one; DJ stumbles at Wells Fargo
The second round was completed early Saturday at the Wells Fargo Championship after storms on Day 2 forced the delayed finish.
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Darkness halts play; half of field still on course
Darkness halted play with about half the field still on the course at the Wells Fargo Championship. The second round will resume at 7:30 a.m. ET on Saturday.
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Power point: New course helps rookies like Seamus
In 14 starts this year on the PGA Tour Seamus Power has just a single top-25 finish, yet he's playing Eagle Point like a veteran with multiple wins.
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Rahm battles wind gusts on greens
Jon Rahm was awoken at 4:40 a.m. on Friday by the sound of thunder. It was an apropos start to what was a wild and windy day for the Spaniard.
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Players field to feature 48 of top 50 in OWGR
Next week’s field at The Players will be the largest at the PGA Tour’s marquee event since 2004, with 147 players on Friday’s commitment list.
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Hurley happy to reverse finishing trend
After a string of recent poor finishes, Billy Hurley III was happy to close Friday's round with strong approach shot and a good up-and-down.
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Storms delay start of Round 2 at Wells Fargo
A line of storms moved through the area early Friday delaying the start of Round 2 at the Wells Fargo Championship.
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Rahm (69) stays aggressive on new course
Learning a new course on the fly is nothing new for PGA Tour players, but this week’s stop at Eagle Point Golf Club lacked the normal predictability.
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Molinari takes early lead at Wells Fargo
Italy's Francesco Molinari shot a 6-under 66 in the opening round to take a one-shot lead over a large group of contenders at the Wells Fargo Championship.
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Podcast: Duval, Miller, Leonard preview Players
David Duval, Johnny Miller and Justin Leonard preview next week's Players Championship in this edition of the Golf Channel Podcast.
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Wie looking to make Solheim push at Ochoa
Michelle Wie is looking to pick up some Solheim Cup points in her quest to make the U.S. team, and she’s doing it in an event that means a lot to her.
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Molinari (66) rides hot putter to Wells Fargo lead
Francesco Molinari has had a solid season with just a single missing element – putting. That changed Thursday at the Wells Fargo.
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Watch: Donald throws first pitch at Wrigley
Northwestern standout and former world No. 1 Luke Donald threw out the first pitch Thursday at Wrigley Field.
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No practice, no problem for Wilcox in Round 1
Willy Wilcox didn’t find out he was in the field until Tuesday afternoon and didn’t arrive at Eagle Point Golf Club until Wednesday.
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D. Johnson returns from injury with 2-under 70
For a player who hasn’t played a PGA Tour event since March and spent the last three weeks recovering from a lower back injury, it was an encouraging start.
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Noren (67) tries to add Tour card to Euro status
Alex Noren's opening 67 at the Wells Fargo could go a long way to helping him secure a coveted PGA Tour card.
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Teams announced for NCAA DI men's regionals
Eighty-one teams and an additional 45 individuals were announced Thursday as being selected to compete in the NCAA Division I men's regionals, May 15-17.
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Day joins McIlroy on field list for Travelers Champ.
Jason Day announced he will play the Travelers Championship the week after the U.S. Open, adding his name to a field that already included Rory McIlroy.
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Pepper suspends Twitter account after on-air flub
CBS golf analyst Dottie Pepper recently shuttered her Twitter account after receiving online criticism for a mistake she made during an on-air interview at the Zurich Classic.
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Snedeker (hand) withdraws from Players
Brandt Snedeker has withdrawn from next week’s Players Championship, a precautionary move that he hopes will allow his ailing hand to heal.
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Mickelson: Quail Hollow 'perfect site' for PGA
Phil Mickelson made a detour on his way to the Wells Fargo Championship to play Quail Hollow Club, site of this year's PGA Championship.
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You Oughta Know: Key stats heading into Wells Fargo
The PGA Tour heads to Wilmington, N.C., this week. Here's what You Oughta Know heading into the Wells Fargo Championship.
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LPGA 'Founders' documentary heading to big screen
The documentary film telling the story of the 13 pioneers who founded the LPGA is scheduled for limited release in theaters around the country later this month.
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Many players in favor of banning green-reading books
Several players asked Wednesday at the Wells Fargo Championship were in favor of outlawing green-reading books.
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DJ: Watching Masters tough; texts Sergio
Dustin Johnson is returning for the first time since withdrawing with a back injury from the Masters, an event he found difficult to watch.
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No Quail? No problem: Eagle Point is 'flawless'
"Flawless” was how Adam Scott described Eagle Point Golf Club, the temporary home this year's Wells Fargo Championship.
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Spotlight on top seeds Ko, Jutanugarn, Chun, Park at Ochoa Match Play
Who are the match-play dynamos in the LPGA ranks today? We get a chance to see at the Citibanamex Lorena Ochoa Invitational in Mexico City.
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D. Johnson grouped with Love, Haas at Wells Fargo
World No. 1 Dustin Johnson will play alongside Davis Love III and Bill Haas in the first two rounds as he returns from injury at the Wells Fargo Championship.
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Stock Watch: A slow-play penalty NOW?
Cristie Kerr caught a lot of heat relating to slow play during Sunday's LPGA playoff, but the PGA Tour should catch more for its slow-play penalty on Thursday.
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LPGA event offers sponsor invite via Twitter poll
The ShopRite LPGA Classic announced Monday that the final spot in its field will go to the winner of a recently-launched Twitter poll between four players.
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Kerr tweets apology for playoff slow play
One day after losing a playoff at the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout, Cristie Kerr took to Twitter to apologize to fans for the glacial pace of the overtime session.
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Blixt-Smith outlast Kisner-Brown in Zurich playoff
Cameron Smith rolled in a short birdie putt on the fourth extra hole to clinch the win for himself and Jonas Blixt over Kevin Kisner and Scott Brown at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
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R&A, USGA to review use of 'green-reading materials'
The R&A and USGA issued a joint statement Monday that they will be "reviewing" the materials that players have at their disposal when reading greens.
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Westwood nets Players bid via OWGR without playing
Despite not playing last week, Lee Westwood moved up three spots in the Official World Golf Ranking and earned a Players Championship bid in the process.
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Hot finish gets C. Koepka into Wells Fargo field
Chase Koepka’s PGA Tour debut will be extended another week. As one of the top 10 players and ties, he's in the Wells Fargo field.
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After Further Review: Don't play same hole 6 times
For the second time in the last month, an LPGA event received primetime attention – and once again people were talking about everything except the play.
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Watch: Kisner holes out for eagle to force playoff
Kevin Kisner made six birdies in a row on the front nine Sunday at the Zurich Classic, but he saved his best work for last.
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Monday playoff looms at Zurich after Kisner hole-out
After a hole-out eagle on the 72nd hole, Kevin Kisner and Scott Brown forced a Monday playoff with Jonas Blixt and Cameron Smith.
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Zurich Classic final round suspended by storms
Even with tee times moved up, the Zurich Classic couldn't avoid a final-round suspension with storms moving in to New Orleans.
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Senden's son diagnosed with brain tumor
John Senden has stepped away from the PGA Tour after announcing that his 13-year-old son has been diagnosed with a brain tumor.
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