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In the space of two weeks, South African Branden Grace went from No. 258 in the world to inside the top 100. By notching his second European Tour victory in as many weeks at the Volvo Golf Champions, Grace moved up to No. 92 in the Official World Golf Ranking.
In honor of the Super Bowl, Weekly 18 proposes a prop bet: Which will come first: Tiger's 19th major or Phil's 50th victory?
Rickie Fowler signed Monday with Cobra Golf, confirming a rumor that had been circulating for the past few weeks. Fowler has switched from Titleist to Cobra, which was purchased from Acushnet by Puma in 2010.
Rosie's Notes
The World According to Sir Charles
'Morning Drive' host Gary Williams and special guest Jimmy Roberts give you a glimpse inside one of the most important and exciting weeks in golf.
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Tiger, Phil, and the Ryder Cup
Today's Morning Drive Featured Guests Dan Hicks, Tim Rosaforte, Lauren Thompson, Ron Sirak and Charles Barkley
When it comes to great resort golf courses, Hawaii certainly doesn't have a shortage of them. The Aloha State landed eight courses -- half designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. -- on Golfweek Magazine's 2012 list of best resort courses, second only to California. Which Hawaii courses made the list? Mike Bailey has the answer.
Few courses have hosted the pros longer than Doral Golf Resort & Spa's storied TPC Blue Monster. The iconic Miami resort celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2012. Doral looks better than it has in years. There's a commitment to top conditioning year-round at all five courses, not just tournament week on the Blue Monster, and a $16 million renovation added elements previously missing, and upgraded others. Doral isn't getting any younger, but she sure doesn't look like an old maid.
Phil Mickelson will not compete in next months WGC-Accenture Match Play. Instead, he will go on a family vacation.
Was Humana winner Mark Wilson talking about 'mashed potatoes' on the final tee? The guy is a real spud ... uh, stud. What we learned
Dan Forsman braved wind gusts of up to 25 mph to hold off Jay Don Blake and win the season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship by two shots.
... there's a way. Mark Wilson may have blown his 54-hole lead, but he recovered to win the Humana Challenge by two shots at La Quinta.
Mark Wilson survived and held off a host of players to win the Humana Challenge by two shots, his fifth career PGA Tour win.

From a crazy, windy day in the California desert, to the appearance of a former President, enjoy this edition of Photos of the Week.

While Danny Lee's ace on Sunday was the fourth of the week at the Humana Challenge, it falls well short of the PGA Tour record.
With the recent signings of two young prominent Americans, Andrew 'Chubby' Chandler is showing he's serious about adding American players to his already impressive stable of European stars.

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