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Forget Ryder Cup scenarios. The Barclays leader Patrick Reed is trying to win, and if he does, everything else will fall into place. Read More
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Rory McIlroy’s frustrating season was effectively encapsulated by his second round of 2-under 69 at The Barclays. Read More
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Play in the second round of the Zurich Classic golf tournament has been postponed for the day due to bad weather.
A pair of Buckeyes were doing their best to hold off a team with five majors between them at the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf.
Ken Green returned to the game that he says saved his life after a year of unthinkable tragedies.
Lorena Ochoa knew at the beginning of the year that it was time to move on.
Taking time to invest in your fitness regiment for your game is budget friendly and a great return on your investment of time.
World No. 1 Lorena Ochoa walks away from the game and Tiger breaks from the norm.

In his newest blog, Tiger Woods touches on a number of topics, including his reasons for committing early to events, his struggle with bad language and his wishes for Phil Mickelson and Lorena Ocho

On Golf Central after the first round of the Zurich Classic I made a mistake. We had video of Sergio Garcia reacting angrily after hitting a horrible shot.

Lorena Ochoa opened up Friday about her decision to retire, saying that her heart isn’t in golf anymore and that she desires to spend more time with her family and her foundation.

Local favorite Y.E. Yang is on the verge of missing the cut at 6 over at Ballentine's Championship.
Lorena Ochoa talks to Steve Sands following the official announcement of her retirement from golf, Friday in Mexico City.
When fellow LPGA veteran Reilley Rankin hung up the phone after a conversation with Ochoa earlier this week, Rankin wiped away tears of joy and sadness.
Jason Bohn took advantage of calm morning conditions to shoot a 7-under 65 and take a two-stroke lead in the Zurich Classic on Thursday.

And you thought Tom Watson’s putting stroke prevented him from adding to his major championship totals.

Fred Couples hasnt needed much help dominating the Champions Tour, winning three of his first five starts on the 50-and-over circuit.

Club pro Scott Medlin missed the cut at last week’s Heritage and then things really went sideways for the 43 year old.

In this week's Q&A, Frank explains how new putter designs may be little more than old ideas.
Randall Mell talks with Christina Kim about Ochoa's retirement and her new book.
Marcus Fraser of Australia shot a 7-under 65 to take a one-stroke lead after the opening round of the fog-disrupted Ballantines Championship.
It seemed a silly worry, especially after all Ken Green has faced in the past year. Still, Green couldnt escape the fear he would embarrass the sport he loved with his poor play.

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