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Today in Golf
Todays hybrid-iron sets exemplify how far golf technology has come! Here's a look at some.
Last year, Jay Haas shot three rounds of 65 or better to win the Toshiba Classic, the first of his four victories in 2007.
Ernie Els moved to No. 3 in the world rankings following his win Sunday at the Honda Classic.
This week the PGA TOUR returns to Palm Harbor, Fla., for PODS Championship.
World No. 5 Adam Scott has urged the PGA TOUR to penalize players who are too slow and risk turning fans away from the game. People play way, way too slow, the Australian told Reuters at the Johnnie Walker Classic in India.
Like Annika and Tiger just saying Ernie and Lorena says it all for these two big winners.
Peter Hedblom won the Malaysian Open last year, ending Thongchai Jaidee's two-year winning streak at the tournament.
The Super Bowl is the biggest event in American sports, but not the most prestigious. That distinction belongs to the Masters.
Last year, Mark Calcavecchia picked up his first win since 2005 despite missing a putt on the 72nd hole -- a mistake that was negated by Heath Slocum's missed par putt.
Which resort course at these two longtime hosts of the PGA Tour's Florida Swing provides a better test for tour players?
Its time to renew the golf season in places where winter has held its grip.
Golf Channel's Adam Barr discusses Lamkin golf grips with Hall of Famer Arnold Palmer. Palmer loves the golf grips and believes they are top of the line in the golf industry.
New Zealander Mark Browns decision to return to golf after temporary retirement paid off again on Sunday, winning the Johnnie Walker Classic.
Lorena Ochoa completed a runaway victory in her first tournament of the year, closing with a 4-under 68.
Indian golf star Arjun Atwal expressed his relief on Thursday after being cleared over an alleged high-speed car race that left one driver dead.