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Jordan Spieth is enjoying a birthday week with the claret jug, while debate has stirred as to the possible need for a 10,000-yard course to challenge professionals. Read More
Jarrod Lyle confirmed Wednesday that he is battling acute myeloid leukemia for the third time. Read More
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Bernhard Langer and his long putter will be back in the spotlight this week at the Senior Open at Royal Porthcawl. Read More
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John Daly says while he regrets walking off the course during the first round of the Australian Open last week, he had little choice.
The headline in Sydneys Daily Telegraph on Monday was all at once misleading and meaningful ' Now for Woods v Williams.
U.S. Presidents Cup captain Fred Couples confidence in Steve Strickers ailing neck seems to be well placed. On Monday Stricker played a practice round at Royal Melbourne for the second consecutive day.
Mickey Wright agreed to donate some 200 personal artifacts for a permanent display at the USGA Museum in Far Hills, N.J.
Catriona Matthew won the Lorena Ochoa Invitational in Mexico on Sunday for her fourth career LPGA title.
Is Tiger 'back' after a third-place finish in Australia? The answer is complicated, as he has been telling us all along.
World No. 11 Phil Mickelson did not see Tiger Woods finish third in the Australian Open, but predicts an eventual return to form for the 14-time major winner.

Enjoy this special all-world edition of Top Photos of the Week, from Sydney to Singapore, to Guadalajara, Mexico.

Earlier this year, Tom Doak was appointed as a consulting architect to President's Cup host Royal Melbourne, where he will help oversee updates to the famed Alister MacKenzie design.
Golf Channel will air the live continuation of the Singapore Open playoff between Juvic Pagunsan and Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano.
From John Daly running out of balls to Phil Mickelson joining an elite club, enjoy this edition of Quotes of the Week.
Greg Norman is laying it on the line for next weeks Presidents Cup, saying he wont let television dictate his pairings.
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano and Juvic Pagunsan had their playoff interrupted twice by inclement weather and are headed for a Monday finish at the Singapore Open.
Spains Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano won the rain-delayed Singapore Open on Monday, beating Juvic Pagunsan of the Philippines with a birdie on the second hole of a playoff.
Juvic Pagunsan of the Philippines and Spains Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano will complete a playoff to decide the winner of the Singapore Open on Monday after rain forced play to be abandoned Sunday.

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