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Hideki Matsuyama beat an emotional Rickie Fowler in a surprising Phoenix finish. Less surprising? Massive Scottsdale crowds and a Bubba Watson faux pas. Read More
Hideki Matsuyama knew everyone was rooting for Rickie Fowler to win, but he still decided to crash the biggest party in golf. Read More
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Rickie Fowler found the water twice on 17th hole Sunday, and tears followed in his post-tournament news conference. Read More
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Today in Golf

Boo Weekley shares a Father's Day memory.
Annika Sorenstam shares a Father's Day memory.
Although golf is normally a quiet game, there are no rules or regulations to control the noise in your head.
Sergio Garcia is playing his first tournament since winning THE PLAYERS. And he's not the only one smiling big this week.
They are two of the greatest sand shots in golf history. Paul Azinger has a hard time deciding which was better.
Interview transcript from Tiger Woods press conference Tuesday for the AT&T National. Courtesy ASAP Sports
Tiger's 'eyes' says he's hitting the ball great and will be ready for Torrey Pines. What does Tiger say?
Annika Sorenstams competitive fire had her hoping to face the worlds best one last time at her LPGA event.
worlds No. 1-ranked player Lorena Ochoa has withdrawn from the Ginn Tribute Hosted by ANNIKA due to a family emergency.
A consensus is forming among players that hitting out of the rough at Muirfield Village Golf Club these days is like swinging a magnet through steel wool.
Rich Lerner sits down with the Golden Bear in this interesting and entertaining in-depth interview.
The Nationwide Tour flies to the windy city this week to tee it up in the seventh annual Bank of America Open.
Annika Sorenstam shares tour-tested chipping advice for better play around any green.
Martin Hall demonstrates a drill that you can do to add more power to your golf swing.
Dan Boever on unique way to stress the importance of practicing with a purpose.
Stina Sternberg on the latest forged iron sets that are more forgiving than ever.

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