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Today in Golf

DUBLIN, Ohio – Strangest sighting of the day. That lone figure at the far end of the practice range Thursday was not Tiger Woods or even PGA Tour workhorse Vijay Singh.
DUBLIN, Ohio – The putter remains cold for the world No. 1 as he makes the turn in Round 2 at the Memorial.
 
DUBLIN, Ohio – Mark Wilson got off to a fast start on Friday, making the turn at 4 under and tied for the lead at 8 under.
 
Familiarity could get partial credit.
Michelle Wie has more on her mind than just breaking through to win her first LPGA event this weekend at the State Farm Classic.
 
With the McDonald's LPGA Championship next week, Se Ri Pak's game is stirring back to life.
 
DUBLIN, Ohio – Perhaps of more curiosity than Tiger Woods’ swing or driving accuracy, both of which seem to be in the bonus column this week at the Memorial, is the state of his surgically
DUBLIN, Ohio – That sound you heard Friday afternoon was a collective gasp from sports psychologist all over the world as Mark Wilson explained his winning philosophy.
 

DUBLIN, Ohio – A lot of commotion around the 18th green in the waning moments of Friday’s third round. 

DUBLIN, Ohio – Heading into the Arnold Palmer Invitational Steve Marino had missed five of his last six cuts and, other than a tie for seventh at his season opener in Hawaii, was mired in his fi
You never know what's going through the minds of professional golfers as they walk down fairways, but Kris Tamulis gives you pretty good clues.
 
DUBLIN, Ohio – Saw the power of a good caddie on Saturday. When Tiger Woods stepped to the par-5 fifth tee he asked bagman Stevie Williams for a fairway woods.
DUBLIN, Ohio – Normally a Tour locker room goes ghost town after Friday’s cut, what with half the field headed home or the next tournament.
DUBLIN, Ohio – Geoff Ogilvy, who in his youth was known for his on-course temper, played his last two holes on Friday in 3 over, including a fluffy chip at the 18th, for a 74.
 
DUBLIN, Ohio – Geoff Ogilvy has the U.S. Open on his mind and it has nothing to do with that out-of-body 63 he posted on Saturday at the Memorial.
 
HAVRE DE GRACE, Md. - The word battle is too loosely used to describe competition in sport.
 
At this week's McDonald's LPGA Championship, you wonder, though.
 
DUBLIN, Ohio – Geoff Ogilvy slipped into Long Island for an early peek at Bethpage’s Black course on Monday and earlier this week Tiger Woods confirmed he will make a scouting trip to the
LPGA Commissioner Carolyn Bivens released a statement saying she isn't advocating players use Twitter to communicate during rounds.
 
Cristie Kerr's famous for her steely final-round disposition going way back to her junior golf days. When a victory's within reach, she can channel Ben Hogan as the wee ice woman.
DUBLIN, Ohio – According to recent studies, the number of rounds played in the United States has taken a hit during the recent economic downturn.
DUBLIN, Ohio – Tiger Woods rolled in a 38 footer for birdie at the second hole Sunday at Muirfield Village, his longest putt of any kind for the week by more than 10 yards.
 

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