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Almost one in four PGA Tour pros who answered the question put to them by Sports Illustrated believe Tiger Woods used performance enhancing drugs.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – As colleague Rex Hoggard blogged earlier, Phil Mickelson was starting to feel the effects of his stomach issues late in the round. Rex spotted him on No.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Followed Phil for 18 holes today and was curious as to how the food poisoning would affect him.

Maybe Masters champion Phil Mickelson has found a winning formula: get sick before a tournament.
Comedian Ray Romano has his golf swing recorded by coach Hank Haney and together they analyze the videotape. Watch The Haney Project Ray Romano Mondays at 9 p.m. ET only on Golf Channel.
Ai Miyazato has already won two of first four LPGA events this season.
Tiger has vowed to improve his on-course behavior, but it's his golf balls that's misbehaving.


The United States Golf Association has accepted 9,052 entries for the 2010 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach (Calif.) Golf Links.


Quail Hollow ChampionshipCHARLOTTE, N.C.
Drumming up fifth major debate, the best way to sum up Quail Hollow is Grand Slam Lite.
The cheering was loud and enthusiastic when Tiger Woods stepped to the tee on a chilly morning.


CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Deep down PGA Tour players are not that much different than everyday high-handicaps, at least equipment wise.

Ricardo Gonzalez set a hot early morning pace in the first round of the Open De Espana with a 7-under 65 on Thursday.

At first glance the leaderboard at the Quail Hollow Championship may have you doing a double take.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Tiger Woods often tries to find something positive to say about even the most mediocre of rounds, but he was in no mood to sugarcoat his Thursday performance.

CHAROLTTE, N.C. – Got a chance to chat with Phil Mickelson on the range Thursday and he's feeling better, yet still a bit lethargic.

Tiger Woods will need to keep his shots out of the water if he hopes to contend at the Quail Hollow Championship.