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Today in Golf

Jay Haas birdied his final four holes en route to an 8-under 64 to share the lead with John Huston after the first round of the 3M Championship.
Tiger Woods shot 2-under 68 Thursday at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. senior writer Jason Sobel tracked Tiger during his second round at Firestone on Friday
The four co-leaders at the WGC-Bridgestone may be a youthful group, but as weve seen so many times this season, youth can often prevail on the biggest of stages.
Some love Tiger Woods, others love to hate him. Deny it all you want, he doesnt just move the needle, he is the needle.
Due to the threat of thunderstorms in the Akron area on Saturday afternoon, tournament officials have announced a change to third-round tee times.
Cody Proveaux drained a 15-foot putt from the fringe for birdie on the 18th hole at Sycamore Hills Golf Club to win the 36th Junior PGA Championship.
First-round tee times for the 2011 PGA Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club
After missing two of the year's three majors, Tiger Woods returns to major championship golf at the 93rd PGA Championship at the Atlanta Athletic Club.
From Tiger's return in Akron to McIlroy's declaration that he might re-join the PGA Tour, it's been a week of comebacks.
Adam Scott and Rickie Fowler are part of the crowd atop the leaderboard at the Bridgestone Invitational, but Tiger Woods is nowhere nearby.
In this 'Golf Central' Extra, Whit Watson and Frank Nobilo grade Tiger Woods' performance through two rounds at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
Fred Couples said Friday that he would use a captains pick on Tiger Woods if he didnt automatically qualify for the Presidents Cup.
On the par four sixth hole, Frank Nobilo shares why an errant tee shot into the thick Bermuda rough easily brings the lake into play for any approach shot to the green.
Frank Nobilo on why the players must pay special attention to the bunkers that line right side of the fairway on the long par-4 third hole.
The 18th is a converted par-4 hole and Frank Nobilo shares why that simple change brings all the trouble back into play off the tee.
A lot has changed at the Atlantic Athletic Club since the 2001 PGA Championship was held there. Frank Nobilo points out the changes made to the first tee.
Frank Nobilo shares why keeping the ball in the fairway is a must on the daunting par-4 16th hole.
Frank Nobilo shows you the trouble that lurks on the par-4 14th hole and shares why missing the green may not leave the players with an easy up and down.
At just under 300 yards long, the par-4 sixth hole invites players to drive the green. But Frank Nobilo cautions that anything left of the green may find a watery grave.
Frank Nobilo shares why a player’s destiny can change with one swing of the club on the intimidating par-3 17th hole.