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Sam Saunders makes his PGA Tour FedEx Cup playoffs debut this week, as he continues to prove he's more than just Arnold Palmer's grandson... [Read More]
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The veteran knows two wins seems low compared to $35 million in earnings and 88 top-10 finishes, but consistency is something the 39-year-old is proud... [Read More]
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Brooks Koepka's PGA Championship victory, and Tiger Woods' near miss, highlight an intriguing—and unpredictable—2018 season... [Read More]
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Jordan Spieth contended through much of Sunday at the Open Championship, but fell short. Does he have one more big start in him in 2018? [Read More]
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The announcement wasn't much different from the several dozen that are sent out each summer ballyhooing early-season college basketball tournaments. It officially unveiled the field... [Read More]
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For the first two rounds of the Senior British Open on the Old Course, Tom Watson turned back the clock, inspired by the cancer battle... [Read More]
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The author will never be one of those hyperventilating about Woods, but he deserves his latest effort deserves some respect. [Read More]
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Other tournaments boast a proud heritage, but they're all second to the oldest championship of all. [Read More]
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Tiger and Phil going head-to-head would be a lot more compelling if they were playing for their own money. [Read More]
Tiger Woods helped add some heft to the final Quicken Loans National in the Washington, D.C. area, but also overshadowed everything and everybody... [Read More]
After losing a son, David Feherty relies on his support team to live a complex life of his own. [Read More]
When the PGA Tour created the AT&T National with the Tiger Woods Foundation in 2007, it looked like it had a winner. So why is... [Read More]
The USGA's reasoning for not disqualifying Phil Mickelson still flew in the face of the spirit of golf that Lefty ignored with his actions... [Read More]
The USGA's reasoning for not disqualifying Phil Mickelson still flew in the face of the spirit of golf that Lefty ignored with his actions... [Read More]
There will be no 63s at Shinnecock Hill, no 16-under total winning this year's U.S. Open. The USGA has brought the brute back to its... [Read More]
Tom Meeks, the man who holds himself responsible for the disaster at Shinnecock Hill's seventh hole during the 2004 U.S. Open, discusses what went wrong... [Read More]
If not for the former USGA chief's bold gamble, the modern U.S. Open would never have come to the storied Long Island club. [Read More]
The USGA defended its decision to not grant Retief Goosen a special exemption into the U.S. Open on Wednesday at Shinnecock... [Read More]
The USGA defended its decision to not grant Retief Goosen a special exemption into the U.S. Open on Wednesday at Shinnecock... [Read More]
If not for the former USGA chief's bold gamble, the modern U.S. Open would never have come to the storied Long Island club. [Read More]
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