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In Stock Watch, Jason Day is blazing a path toward world No.1, while former No. 1 Adam Scott is facing a bit of professional turmoil. Read More
Rory McIlroy is world No. 1. Jordan Spieth was last week. Jason Day may be next week. Things are very interesting at the top. Read More
PGA champion and Barclays winner Jason Day is fulfilling his potential by learning from his failures. Read More

Today in Golf

Don't forget about Heath Slocum in any discussion about the great players from Milton (Fla.) High.
11/9/07 -- Tadd Fujikawa received a sponsor's exemption to play the Sony Open.
11/9/07 -- Kevin Stadler came to the HSBC Champions tournament with few expectations. He was even prepared to have a bad week in China.
11/9/07 -- After making birdies on her final seven holes Thursday, Paula Creamer remained hot on Friday as she posted a bogey-free, 7-under 65.
11/8/07 -- Kevin Stadler and Niclas Fasth each shot 8-under 64s on Thursday to share the first-round lead at the HSBC Champions tournament.
What happens when an opponent makes an honest mistake? Judge Ray hands down his verdict.
What does good health mean to you? One of the greatest gifts of yoga is the tremendous health benefits.
11/8/07 -- Paula Creamer birdied the final seven holes for a share of the first-round lead with Meg Mallon on Thursday in the Tournament of Champions.
The Big (Glass) Break: The remaining players compete in the show's signature challenge – The Glass Break.
Get all of the truth and rumors from around the world with our Golf Gossip.
It seems the number one thing we all want is distance. But is it better to be long than accurate?
Turns out Natalie Gulbis isn't 're-vamping' and 'de-vamping' her image afterall.
11/7/07 -- Tournament host Greg Norman announced on Tuesday the pairings for this year's Merrill Lynch Shootout to be held at Tiburon Golf Club.
Self-talk is often used to describe the inner dialogue we have with ourselves and it can be positive or negative.
11/7/07 -- Paula Creamer has had a pretty good year entering the penultimate event on the LPGA Tour schedule.
They rarely see each other off the golf course, but Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson spent more time inside the ropes this season on the PGA TOUR than they have in five years.