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Today in Golf

The youngest player in the field sits on top of the leaderboard in Panama after rewriting some record books, including his own.
Justin Thomas didn’t lose his game on the short flight from Maui to Oahu. In fact, he only got better.
Mike Davis on Thursday insisted that the IGF remains committed to the Rio Olympic Golf Course as he also acknowledged the facility's issues.
Even in Central America, at an event with no connection to him whatsoever, three of the most powerful executives in golf couldn't escape Tiger Woods.
Martin Slumbers announced Thursday that the 2018 LAAC will be played at Prince of Wales Country Club in Santiago, Chile from Jan. 18-21.
Henrik Stenson gives his views on slow play and driver yips.
World Series champions John Smoltz and Tom Glavine play closest to the pin on the range at the 2017 Diamond Resorts Invitational.
Henrik Stenson talks about starting in golf course architecture.
Henrik Stenson reviews how winning The Open spurred growth of golf in Sweden.
Henrik Stenson explains why he would not want to be a playing captain at the Ryder Cup.
Henrik Stenson explains he hasn’t felt a difference in competing after age 40.
Jimmy Roberts gives an update on the Panama Golf Course in Panama City for the 2017 Latin America Amateur Championship.
Jimmy Roberts meets with the heads of the golf industry to find out what is the next frontier to grow the game.
Gary Williams, Cara Robinson, Damon Hack, Robert Damron, and Charlie Rymer debate if Jim Furyk should be a playing captain at the 2018 Ryder Cup.
Matt Ginella gives great options to play golf around Orlando, Florida.
Larry the Cable Guy couldn't pull off his iron shot on the range and decided to drop his britches.
Larry the Cable Guy explains his nerves hitting golf balls in front of people.
Four LPGA major winners will compete in this week's Diamond Resorts Invitational, alongside PGA Tour Champions and celebrities.
Watch first round action from the BMW South African Open where Rory McIlroy is one shot behind leaders Trevor Fisher Jr. and Keith Horne.
3-time World Series champion John Lester shows off his swing on the range at the 2017 Diamond Resorts Invitational.