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He called off a wedding, won two majors, and reclaimed the top spot in the world, making Rory McIlroy our No. 1 Newsmaker of 2014. Read More
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The Ryder Cup boiled down to leadership. The Europeans were led to victory, and the Americans to infighting and a task force. Read More
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Even in an injury-plagued year when he made more news off the golf course than on it, Tiger Woods commanded the spotlight. Read More
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Matt Ginella reviews his favorite courses from 2014 while traveling for Ginella's Journeys and insists these are the courses avid golfers should play in 2015. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
Words can be kind. And sometimes, sound bites. Check out Part 1 of our Quotes of '14.
Golf Channel's Lauren Thompson brings you the latest headlines from the world of golf.

Words can be kind. And sometimes, sound bites. Check out Part 1 of our Quotes of the Year.

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Brand yourself or make a fool out of yourself. Share some news or over-share. Social media made a massive splash in 2014.
The newly crowned Miss World just won herself another coveted title - the Grill Room's #WomanCrushWednesday.
Ryan Burr, Will Gray, Jason Sobel and Jay Coffin discuss how much of a key role social media played this season and why it made the Top 10 Newsmakers for 2014.
2013 Masters champion Adam Scott chats with Golfing World about his 2014 season, and his aims for 2015.
Championship Match: In the Big Break Myrtle Beach season finale, the two finalists face off for an 18-hole match, the winner of which will earn over $100,000 in cash and prizes.
See all of the hottest golf shots from the finale of of Big Break Myrtle Beach. Watch Big Break Myrtle Beach on Golf Channel.
Big Break Myrtle Beach's Jimmy Brandt recaps the round that made him a champion. Watch Big Break Myrtle Beach on Golf Channel.
Big Break Myrtle Beach runner-up Toph Peterson talks about the competition and what it meant to make the finals in this uncut elimination interview.

Who says we're not growing the game? Heck, even the newly crowned Miss World is a lover of golf.

By the looks of things, John Daly is Sirius-ly enjoying having his own radio show, "Hit it Hard."
Two-time U.S. Open champion Lee Janzen shows you how to deal with long putts.
-time U.S. Open Champion Lee Janzen talks with Gary Williams about the types of putters he’s used over the years. Watch Golf Channel Academy on Golf Channel.
Brad Fritsch earned full status on the Web.com Tour by closing with a 5-under 66 to win the qualifying tournament by seven shots.
Katrina Dawson, daughter of former R&A captain Sandy Dawson, was among two hostages killed this week during a standoff in a Sydney cafe.
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Rory McIlroy got the trophies, Lydia Ko had the numbers and Bernhard Langer set the records, but as we look back at the year in stats, even Tiger Woods led the PGA Tour in one category.
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Tiger Woods was in Mexico Friday to officially open El Cardonal, the first Woods-designed course to reach completion.

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