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It's been 20 years since Tiger Woods won his first Masters. Here's a look at how that moment changed the golf landscape forever. Read More
Lydia Ko returns to the ANA Inspiration fresh off her second career MC, which only ratchets up questions about why she decided to make so many changes to her game. Read More
Jon Rahm's wish for a rematch came true, but Paige Spiranac and John Daly are looking for new playing partners in The Social. Read More
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Tommy Fleetwood, Jeunghun Wang, Hideto Tanihara and Ross Fisher all officially qualified for the Masters via the final top 50 cutoff in the Official World Golf Ranking.

Robert Damron and Paige Mackenzie justify the proposed rule change by the USGA and R&A on caddies lining up players.

Kelly Tilghman reveals the international sibling rivalry that pushes Russian-born Drive, Chip and Putt finalist Leila Raines.
This alligator decided to take the golf ball for a ride.
Geoff Shackelford reveals the efforts to restore the public facility Gus Wortham Golf Course by the Houston Golf Association.
Cara Robinson and Geoff Shackelford review the disappointment of long-time golf sponsor Shell dropping out of Houston Open starting in 2018.
David Feherty gives away some of the surprises he learned during his interview with former United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
Ron Sirak questions if Lydia Ko or someone else is deciding to make all the changes to equipment and coaching that are negatively affecting her game.
Ron Sirak gives his players to watch that could win the first major of the year, the ANA Inspiration.
Hall of fame players from the LPGA Tour explain the impact of Dinah Shore on the women’s game.

Photos from winners on the LPGA tour in 2017.

Take a look back at all the winners from the 2016-17 PGA Tour season.

Earlier this year popular caddie Dave Musgrove sadly passed away. Here he looks back fondly on Seve Ballesteros' first triumph at The Open.
Check out the best shots from the Kia Classic.
Mirim Lee of South Korea shot a 7-under 65 to win the Kia Classic by six strokes Sunday and tie the tournament record of 20-under.
Judy Rankin and Grant Boone recap final round action from the Kia Classic.
It’s not exactly ideal to play the consolation match at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, but for Bill Haas there is something to be said for competitive pride.
Dustin Johnson meets the press after winning the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.
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In his last 17 starts Dustin Johnson has won six times including three World Golf Championships and the 2016 U.S. Open.
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Late in the championship match on Sunday, Jon Rahm hit a shot that the late Seve Ballesteros would have been proud of.

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