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Phil Mickelson and Jim 'Bones' Mackay call it quits, while Jordan Spieth fixes his putting. Plus, a new era of Tour drug testing. Read More
Jordan Spieth shot a 1-under 69 on Friday to maintain a one-stroke lead midway through the second round of the Travelers Championship in Connecticut. Read More
Rory McIlroy made par after hitting a tee shot into a water hazard and bogey after hitting 4 inches behind his ball. Oh, and he made the cut at the Travelers. Read More

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Grab your clubs and get ready to tee it up in the 'Biggest Little City in the World'!
Tiger Woods had been shedding points and places in the Official World Golf Ranking, largely because of inactivity forced by injury and inadequate play when he was healthy.

Lauren visits the biggest little city in the world for an amazing golf adventure.

World No. 2 Lee Westwood said Monday that he would like to see a fifth men's major, this one in Asia or Australia
Webb Simpson looks to take the PGA Tour money lead at the McGladrey Classic while others try to secure a spot in the 2012 Masters.
Yani Tseng, 22, won her sixth LPGA title of 2011 at the HanaBank Championship and could be Hall of Fame eligible by the age of 23.
Bridgestone offers up its new J40 iron line for lower handicap players.
Join senior writer Rex Hoggard to talk Tiger and more in a live Lunch Break chat from noon-1:30 p.m. ET. senior writers grade Tigers Frys finish. One gives Woods a failing grade and says he needs to repeat the fall semester.
A little less scrutiny would do Tiger Woods a world of good. But the spotlight's not going to shine away any time soon.
Catch the best moments from the October 10th episode of ‘Morning Drive’ and watch or listen live every weekday from 7-9AM ET.
Today's Morning Drive featured guests Rex Hoggard, Tim Rosaforte, Ron Sirak, Kevin Streelman and Mark Wilson.
Briny Baird was on the cusp of his first PGA Tour win in 348 starts. Instead, he fell short again, securing his fifth runner-up finish.
Bud Cauley may have come up just shy of his first PGA Tour win, but a third-place finish at the Open all but assures his card for 2012.
Tiger Woods didn't get a 'W' or a top-25 finish. But there were encouraging signs in his return at the Open.
In the first sudden-death playoff for both Briny Baird and Bryce Molder, the duo set a PGA Tour record reflecting parity.