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Pat Perez's commentary on Tiger Woods highlights an unspoken dynamic on the PGA Tour and shows why some pros keep to themselves and don't speak out. Read More
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Whether playing golf with the leader of the free world or talking about the world's most famous player, it was a tough week for some pros. Read More
After taking several months off to be with his wife as she battled cancer, Ryan Palmer is back on the course and looking like his old self through two rounds at the Honda Classic. Read More
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Today in Golf

Graeme Storm talks about how his grandfather helped him turn his attentions from football to golf as a young boy.
With the 36-hole lead at Riviera, Dustin Johnson is halfway to chalking up a win in a 10th consecutive year. That's just one thing You Oughta Know.
There's no one better prepared to deal with the complications of the sixth hole at Riviera than Phil Mickelson.
PGA Tour players pride themselves on preparation, but when Mother Nature takes over a tournament, you're at the mercy of your tee time.
For a player who was born in Mission Viejo, Calif., and now lives in Laguna Niguel, Saturday couldn’t have played out much better for Cameron Tringale.
Miguel Angel Jimenez birdied two of the last four holes Saturday to take a one-stroke lead over Fred Couples and Kevin Sutherland into the final round of the Chubb Classic.
After back-to-back rounds of 5-under 66, Dustin Johnson leads the Genesis Open by one shot through 36 holes and three days at Riviera.
Dustin Johnson doesn’t know the scenario that could see him leave Riviera Country Club the No. 1 player in the world. He also doesn’t care.
We all know how tough Riviera's 18th hole can be. Just don't tell Cameron Tringale.
Cameron Tringale evaluates his second round at the Genesis Open.
Hear from Dustin Johnson after his Saturday at the Genesis Open.
Hear from Bob Tway after his second round at the Chubb Classic.
PGA Tour Champions caddie John Elliott qualified for the Chubb Classic and is now in the mix heading into the final round.

Top photos from the world of golf on Feb. 18, 2017.

John Daly on Saturday stepped into the water to play his a shot without first removing his spikes, submerging his feet and the bottom of his pants in the hazard.

Check out some intimate portraits of PGA Tour stars at Riviera by photographer Marianna Massey.

Cold and wet, world No. 1 Jason Day didn’t pull any punches when he finally completed his second round at the Genesis Open.
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Lizette Salas is eyeing her second career win in Australia, and she is once again being asked about golf and politics.
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Defending champion Bubba Watson withdrew from the Genesis Open on Saturday before the resumption of the second round.
Geoff Shackelford reports on what he saw from trick shot artist and PGA Tour member Wesley Bryan at the 2017 Genesis Open.

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