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Today in Golf

It wasn't the duel everyone expected to see at Doral, but as senior writer Rex Hoggard writes, Phil Mickelson vs. Nick Watney was a great show to see. And Phil's win may have set up another showdown with you-know-who down the road.
No longer the best player without a World Golf Championship, Phil Mickelson won a spirited duel at Doral on Sunday to win the CA Championship.
Sources told Golf Channels Steve Sands that the Chevron World Challenge will be played two weeks earlier than originally scheduled.
Phil Mickelson has won the CA Championship for his second victory in the last month.
PGA Tour veteran Michael Bradley has won the Puerto Rico Open by one shot after sinking an 11-foot putt on the 18th hole.
Golf Channel's Steve Sands talks with Annika Sorenstam and about Tiger Woods and when she might be back on the golf course.
Tim Rosaforte on Sunday's exciting finish at Doral where Phil Mickelson held off Nick Watney for a win.
Butch Harmon was a busy man Saturday in the WGC-CA Championship.
Michael Bradley shot a 68 on Saturday to take a share of the lead at the Puerto Rico Open with Australian Jason Day heading into the final round.
Aaron Baddeley had made a move up the leaderboard on Friday, shooting a second-round 69 following a lackluster 75 on Thursday. The Australian was 1 over through eight holes on Saturday when he was informed by Tour officials hed signed an incorrect scorecard a day earlier and was disqualified.
American Martin Piller shot a 4-under 68 on Saturday to top the crowded third-round leaderboard in the New Zealand Open.
Phil Mickelson wanted another chance to go head-to-head with Tiger Woods at Doral. Nick Watney gave Lefty all he could handle Saturday in the CA Championship.
Joey Sindelar moved a step closer to his first Champions Tour victory, shooting a 2-under 70 on Saturday to take a one-stroke lead over Don Pooley in the AT&T Champions Classic.
Thursday and Friday, the famed course at Innisbrook takes no prisoners. With the ticket to the Masters on the line, everyone is battling to have their moment in the sun.
Tim Rosaforte, on site at the WGC-CA Championship, shares his thoughts on Saturday play from Nick Watney and Phil Mickelson.
American Jeff Gove shot a 9-under 63 on Friday for a share of the New Zealand Open lead with Australias Jason Norris. The 37-year-old Gove, a three-time Nationwide Tour winner who spent the last three seasons on the PGA Tour, matched Norris (65) at 10-under 134 on The Hills course.
There is a lot of vague and repetitive information about the so called, mental game out there.