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Jon Rahm could solidify his superstar status with a Match Play victory, but it'll take two more wins, and probably one over Dustin Johnson. Read More
Dustin Johnson blew a 3-up lead over Alex Noren on Saturday and found himself all square through 12. He did not stay there for long. Read More
Long-hitting Dustin Johnson hasn't even attempted to the reach the drivable par-4 13th at Austin CC all week. What gives? Read More
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Greg Kraft struggled to explain the emotions that followed his first official PGA TOUR victory when a simple thought came to him.
Tiger Woods will need a Sunday charge to keep his winning streak intact.
Tiger Woods unbeaten streak lives another day. Barring a big comeback, itll live for only one more day.
Alastair Forsyth overcame a five-stroke deficit Sunday before beating Hennie Otto on the first playoff hole to win the Madeira Islands Open on the European Tour.
Erik Compton shares the story of a recent life changing event.
Adam Scott picked up five shots in five holes against a faltering Tiger Woods, then Geoff Ogilvy came to life and regained the lead Saturday before storms suspended play
Just a few years ago, Greg Kraft figured his golfing career was done, cut short by an illness that sapped his strength and led him to sue the PGA TOUR .
Sergio Garcia isn't relevant anymore, and it's going to take an important victory - the CA Championship at Doral would do - to change things.
Hennie Otto shot a 67 for the third straight day Saturday to open a five-shot lead and close in on his first European Tour victory at the Madeira Islands Open.
Bo Van Pelt held on to his lead'barely'at the Puerto Rico Open on Saturday and moved a step closer to his first PGA TOUR victory.
Tavistock Cup, the ultimate crosstown rivalry between Isleworth and Lake Nonas international golf stars, has set pairings for the unique team competition.
Lisa Hall a multiple winner on the Ladies European Tour and 1997 LPGA Rolex Rookie of the Year on her game and how she got it back.
Erik Compton shares the story of a recent life changing event.
Michelle Wie withdrew from the Safeway International on Friday after tweaking an injury to her left wrist during practice last week.

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