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Australian Matt Jones didn't make it easy on himself, but in the end he made the shots and the putts that he had to and hung on to win his country's national Open. Read More
Rod Pampling shot a course-record 10-under 61 on Sunday, taking the Australian Open clubhouse lead at 6 under. Read More
Today in Golf
12/22/07 -- The PGA TOUR kicks off its 2008 season and the race for the FedExCup at the Mercedes-Benz Championship in breathtaking Maui, Hawaii.
Michelle Wie endured a horrible season. But the worst came during a round she never completed.
This week we target the lumbar spine with two exercises to loosen you up from the holidays!
12/21/07 -- One year after winning his first Order of Merit title, Padraig Harrington claimed his first major championship.
So young, so talented and so beautiful. And yet, so unfulfilled. That was LPGA star Natalie Gulbis.
What happens when you hit your ball -- from a previous round? And what's the rule when you hit a kid's toy?
Tiger Woods, Lorena Ochoa and Jay Haas were voted players of the year on their respective tours by the Golf Writers Association of America on Wednesday
The United States Golf Association (USGA) has announced three major modifications to the USGA Handicap System, effective Jan. 1, 2008.
12/20/07 -- The Nationwide Tour will compete for a record $18.95 million in prize money.
Get all of the truth and rumors from around the world with our Golf Gossip.
The Big Break Finale: The final two players go head to head in a round of match play.
Only at their own peril should Americans accept the notion that Faldo and Montgomerie are at odds.
Do you treat yourself like a winner? You can feel like a winner more often by trying the following 3 suggestions!
My New Year's resolutions for Tiger; Phil; Big John; Rory; Ernie; and, last but not least, me.
This year's Masters was a strange one. Temperatures below 40, scores over par -- and a winner named Zach.
As a recap of the season, here are the moments that stick out the most to me for each player.
12/18/07 -- Perhaps the most coveted autograph in sports is Tiger Woods, who signs sparingly at golf tournaments.
Discussing survey results, optimizing distance and the new 'No Back Swing' concept.
12/18/07 -- Former President Bush has been chosen to receive the Bob Jones Award from the USGA, the golf organization's highest honor.