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Former world No. 1,198 Bobby Wyatt, former No. 513 Brian Stuard and current No. 508 Tiger Woods highlight this edition of Monday Scramble. Read More
Tiger Woods is taking his time returning from back surgery, plus John Daly turns 50 and more in this week's After Further Review Read More
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The World Match Play Championship will move dates to avoid a clash with the Tour Championship.
With so many Tour players residing in the state of Florida, the driving ranges have to be good. We found the best five.
You can argue who is the best player of all time. But can you you really argue as to who is the most clutch?
2008 Masters Tournament - Trevor Immelman
The two were born on the same day, nine years apart. And the two have plenty in common.
Johan Edfors of Sweden recovered from a double bogey on the 16th hole with two birdies for a 4-under 68 and a two-shot victory in the Black Mountain Masters on Sunday.
After four straight birdies from the 12th on Sunday, Keith Fergus holed out for eagle on the par-4 17th to win The Cap Cana Championship.
Soren Kjeldsen only managed an even-par 72 in Sunday's final round, but it was enough to hang on and win the Open de Andalucia.
Davis Love III needed someone elses misfortune to get into the Masters.
Karrie Webb shot a 5-under 67 on Sunday for a two-stroke victory in the J Golf LPGA International, her first win on the tour in two years.
Tiger Woods wasnt dead as he slapped his wedged into his golf bag adjacent Bay Hill Club & Lodges 14th hole, but he was dying , dejected and decidedly not in control. As the shadows inched long across the cool grass, the world No. 1s title chance were getting short.
Bubba Dickerson won the Louisiana Open for this first Nationwide Tour title Sunday, beating Brian Vranesh with a 14-foot birdie putt on the first hole of a playoff.
But was Tiger Woods ever really gone? Sure didn't seem like it Sunday at Bay Hill.
Back to playing golf, now Tiger Woods is back to winning tournaments.
Sean OHair survived a windy, rugged test Saturday at Bay Hill and wound up in the final group with Tiger Woods for the second straight year ' with one big difference.
Two-time major winner Mark OMeara roared into position for his first Champions Tour win Saturday, matching the Cap Cana Championship scoring record with a 7-under 65.