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The West Coast swing was a testament to the talent and fearlessness of the Tour's youngest players. They all have a guy in his 40s to thank. Read More
Thomas Pieters is close to earning a special temporary PGA Tour membership, but (for now) don't expect to see the young star play more in the U.S. Read More
With a burgeoning stable of pupils, mostly from the European Tour, veteran swing coach Pete Cowen is a master juggler, as well as a calming influence. Read More

Today in Golf

There is a new great Canadian hope on the LPGA Tour -- 26-year-old Alena Sharp.
Over the next several weeks Ill answer your Top 10 questions so be sure to read the each week!
12/11/07 -- Ernie Els, coming off a disastrous finish at the Alfred Dunhill Championship, will try and rebound this week.
This week one reader asks about how to handicap a match-play event when men face women.
12/10/07 --
In the holiday spirit, the Team is counting down our 12 Days of Golf in 2007.
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12/10/07 -- Gutted. That's how Ernie Els described his feeling after making triple bogey on the final hole of Sunday's Alfred Dunhill Championship to lose to England's John Bickerton by one stroke.
12/10/07 -- Tiger Woods returns from the longest break of his career this week to play at a tournament he has won three times before.
Golf generates news 52 weeks out of the year, thanks this week in part to a shootout and a collapse.
12/10/07 -- Reigning U.S. Open champion Angel Cabrera will join defending champion and four-time tournament winner Ernie Els.
12/9/07 -- Woody Austin drained a 35-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to win the Merrill Lynch Shootout with teammate Mark Calcavecchia.
12/9/07 -- Peter Lonard birdied four of the first five holes Sunday to pull away from a tight leaderboard.
12/9/07 - South Koreans Jee Young Lee, Seon Hwa Lee and In-Kyung Kim won early matches Sunday to give Asia an insurmountable lead
12/9/07 -- Ernie Els blew a two-stroke lead on the final hole of the Alfred Dunhill Championship, handing John Bickerton a one-shot victory by hitting two balls into the water.