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Hideki Matsuyama beat an emotional Rickie Fowler in a surprising Phoenix finish. Less surprising? Massive Scottsdale crowds and a Bubba Watson faux pas. Read More
Hideki Matsuyama knew everyone was rooting for Rickie Fowler to win, but he still decided to crash the biggest party in golf. Read More
Rickie Fowler found the water twice on 17th hole Sunday, and tears followed in his post-tournament news conference. Read More

Today in Golf

6/1/03 -- The Nationwide Tour's Henrico County Open was officially called off Saturday afternoon after multiple postponements.
6/1/03 -- Kenny Perry won for the second time in as many weeks by capturing his second career Memorial Tournament title.
6/1/03 --
5/31/03 -- Kenny Perry shot 2-under 70 while Tiger Woods shot 4-over 76 in the third round of the Memorial Tournament. Perry leads the event by two strokes.
5/31/03 -- Ian Poulter stretched his lead to six shots at one point, but stumbled on the back nine before a birdie at the last
5/31/03 -- Annika Sorenstam closed with birdies on the last five holes Saturday to take a two-stroke lead into the final round of the Kellogg-Keebler Classic.
5/31/03 -- 2003 Men's NCAA Championships Day 4 Results
5/31/03 -- Larry Penley had just won his first national title and wasn't sure what to think.
5/31/03 -- Fuzzy Zoeller made last year's Senior PGA Championship his first -- and thus far only -- victory on the Champions Tour.
5/31/03 -- Weather problems continued Saturday at the Henrico County Open. The tournament has now been reduced to 18 holes.
5/31/03 -- Jim Ahern shot a 9-under 63 on Saturday to take a six-stroke lead after the second round of the Champions Tour's Music City Championship.
5/31/03 -- As David Duval waited to clean up a par on the 18th hole, he looked up at a private jet soaring over Muirfield Village
5/31/03 -- Their minds might be focused on an event just outside of Chicago, Ill., but their bodies are currently positioned in Potomac, Md.
5/30/03 --
5/30/03 -- A week after the revolution, the face of women's golf looks exactly the same.
5/30/03 -- It's not easy hosting a big party. It gets harder every year for 63-year-old Jack Nicklaus.
5/30/03 -- Padraig Harrington of Ireland joined the PGA Tour as a special temporary member on Thursday, meaning he can take unlimited exemptions as he decides whether to play more in the United States
5/30/03 -- Ian Poulter polished off a bogey-free round with a birdie at the last to reach the clubhouse with a two shot lead at the Celtic Manor Resort Wales Open
5/30/03 - The Royal & Ancient golf club is separating its private, all-male members' club from its commercial and rule-making role.
5/30/03 -- Annika Sorenstam showed no signs of an exhaustive experience at the Colonial by breaking her own course record with a 10-under-par 62 at the Kellogg-Keebler Classic.