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Nearly six months after undergoing fusion surgery, Tiger Woods has been cleared to resume all golf activities with no restrictions. Read More
Tyrrell Hatton goes back-to-back. Pat Perez continues his amazing comeback. And Tiger Woods show more 'progress' with his bad back. Read More
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Tiger Woods still hasn't confirmed he will be returning to competitive golf, but it's looking likely with yet another video of his swing emerging on Sunday. Read More
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Sun Young You wins the 2012 Kraft Nabisco Championship. Terry Gannon and Judy Rankin take a look at the final-round action from the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
This week, the GolfChannel.com team weighs in on 'what we learned' from the final Masters warmup, the Shell Houston Open, as well as the Kraft Nabisco Championship, the first major of the LPGA season.
Sun Young Yoo took advantage of an unthinkable 72nd-hole blunder by I.K. Kim to win the Kraft Nabisco Championship in a playoff.
With a birdie on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff, Sun Young Yoo won the Kraft Nabisco Championship over In-Kyung Kim.
Natalie Gulbis posted the low round of the championship Sunday at the Kraft Nabisco.
Adam Scott on a golf course is a rare sighting this year, although Augusta National was closed to the paying customers Sunday and the Australian had a practice round in quiet.
Kraft Nabisco defending champion Stacy Lewis ditched the cold putter she started the event with for a hot one and posted a 6-under-par 66 Sunday to make a hard run up the leaderboard.
Hunter Mahan shot a 1-under 71 on Sunday to win the Houston Open, edging Carl Pettersson by one stroke.
Hunter Mahan won the Shell Houston Open by a shot over Carl Pettersson and became the first player to earn multiple PGA Tour wins this season.
The years first major normally doesnt make GTC nostalgic, but the subdued press center on Sunday got us thinking of what we'll miss at this years Masters.
From Tiger playing nine and practice putting, to the defending champ doing some Sunday afternoon shopping at Augusta.
For Chez Reavie there is no such thing as over-preparing, not when it comes to the years first major and Augusta National.
Tiger! Rory! Luke! Phil! The stars are all aligned. Is this the most anticipated Masters in recent memory?

From the year's first major at the Kraft Nabisco, to the run up to the Masters in Houston, enjoy this edition of Photos of the Week.

On the eve of his return to Augusta National, Rory McIlroy is a very different player - and man - than the one who lost the green jacket on the 10th hole in last year's final round.
Ernie Els has one last chance to qualify for a 19th consecutive Masters, but a comeback of major proportions is the only way to get into the Masters.
Thorbjorn Olesen carded a final round score of 69 for a 1 shot victory at the Sicilian Open. Olesen had to hold off a charging Chris Wood who fired a 64 in the final round.

Yani Tseng begins Sunday tied for the lead with Karin Sjodin in her quest for a 6th major championship. Who do you think will be jumping in Poppie's Pond by day's end?

Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark shot a final-round 69 to win the Sicilian Open by 1 shot, holding off Englands Chris Wood
From Yani Tseng's dominance to a terrifying moment for Jesper Parnevik, enjoy this edition of Quotes of the Week.

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