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Today in Golf
The 5-foot-1 Fujikawa was the compelling story of the weekend in professional golf.
Nearly 50 years after Charlie Sifford became the first black to join the PGA Tour, the Northern Trust Open announced Monday an exemption in his name for a player who represents the advancement of dive
Tiger Woods gave a speech and met the President-to-be, while an 18-year-old made a splash in Hawaii.
Simin Feng, a 13-year-old Orlando resident by way of China, won the American Junior Golf Assns inaugural ANNIKA Invitational.
Johnson closed with a 5-under 65 on Sunday to outlast David Toms in a well-played duel along the back nine, finishing with a two-putt birdie for a two-shot victory over Toms and Adam Scott.
Zach Johnson had to defend himself, a peculiar position for a guy who had just finished a two-week stay in Hawaii by playing his final six rounds in 30 under par and winning the Sony Open for the fifth victory of his career. No one questions the caliber of his golf.
Golf has been trending toward a big mans game, and one need only look at the biggest stars for evidence.
Zach Johnson won the Sony Open for his second victory in his last six starts on the PGA Tour, shooting a 5-under 65 on Sunday to beat Adam Scott and David Toms by two shots.
LEFTY IS BAAAACK!
Fuzzy Zoeller defended his Champions Skins Game title with new partner Ben Crenshaw by taking a dozen skins and $500,000 on the back nine Sunday to beat first-day leaders Greg Norman and Jay Haas.
Paul Casey shot a 2-under 70 Sunday to win the Abu Dhabi Championship by one stroke over Louis Oosthuizen and defending champion Martin Kaymer.
Golf 2K10 is just getting started and the stars are out in the California desert. Some of the PGA Tour's biggest personalities are ready to rock alongside top celebrities!
After making the cut in the Sony Open, Tadd Fujikawa's plan the rest of the year is to graduate in May, then perhaps play the Tar Heel Tour or some other smaller circuit.
Tadd Fujikawa delivered the best round of his life Saturday in the Sony Open, making birdies on half of his holes for an 8-under 62 that left him two shots out of the lead and gave golf its biggest buzz since the Ryder Cup.
The eagle putt tracked toward the hole, and Tadd Fujikawa braced for a celebration, just like his theatrical finish two years ago at the Sony Open.
Greg Norman and Jay Haas won the first three skins worth $90,000 and had the lead after nine holes Saturday, but with winds that kept players guessing and conservative, five skins were carried over to Sundays back nine, where $650,000 of the $770,000 purse will be up for grabs.
Tadd Fujikawa is a great story this week. But there's a story behind the story you should know.