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Today in Golf
Fred Couples, Paul Casey and Geoff Ogilvy were part of a six-player tie at 11-under par after three rounds of the Shell Houston Open.
Golf Channel's Adam Barr talks with Brittany Lincicome following her 9 under win Sunday at the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
Brittany Lincicome, with the help of a great approach to the green on 18, won her first LPGA Major Sunday at Mission Hills, finishing at 9 under.
Golf Channel's Kelly Tilghman and Charlie Rymer look ahead to the Masters and discuss who's better prepared, Phil Mickelson or Tiger Woods? Watch Live From the Masters April 6-12 only on Golf Channel.
Kristy McPherson has dealt with greater things than a 54-hole lead in a major championship.
Colt Knost and Tommy Armour III shot 70s Saturday morning to tie Paul Casey, Geoff Ogilvy and John Senden for the lead at 8 under after two rounds of the Shell Houston Open.
Win or lose Sunday at the Masters Tournament, a player's life is forever changed.
Tiger Woods returns to the stage at Augusta National, golfs grandest theater, to start what seems like a second phase in his career.
Bo Van Pelt moved to 11 under par to take a one-shot lead through eight holes of his third round at the Shell Houston Open just before play was suspended Saturday because of darkness.
Paul Broadhurst of England shot a 4-under 67 Saturday to take a one-stroke lead after the third round of the Estoril Open.
Kristy McPhersons first LPGA victory might just come in a major.
Kristy McPherson has a one shot 8 under lead at the Kraft Nabisco Championship with Cristie Kerr and Brittany Lincicome close behind.
Golf Channel's Rich Lerner and Frank Nobilo look ahead to the Masters and discuss how excitement can be returned to the back nine at Augusta.
Playing a U.S. Open course in the months leading up to the major championship might be considered a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. That's a matter of opinion. What is a matter of fact, though, is that any golfer will be allowed that opportunity only once this year.
Ross McGowan of England shot a 2-over 73 Friday in the second round of the Estoril Open, retaining his lead by one stroke.