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The flames are still being stoked weeks after the Lexi Thompson ruling at the ANA Inspiration, and LPGA players want some answers. Read More
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Tiger Woods began the year with a busy schedule, but now after another surgery he is once again just focused on his quality of life. Read More
Tiger Woods' continuing back woes make us wonder whether he'll ever play Augusta again. Wesley Bryan, on the other hand, will definitely be there next year. Read More
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Today in Golf

Major championships are marathon climbs, and Tiger is Sir Edmund Hillary.
Trevor Immelman reclaimed the top spot on the Masters leaderboard Saturday, looking to give himself a little breathing room with Tiger Woods looming.
Fred Couples has to come up with something else to do on this Masters weekend.
There will be two story lines to follow Sunday at The Masters. They could turn out to be the same.
Phil Mickelson stared out toward the 18th green, shook his head slightly, rubbed his chin and tried to figure out where it all went wrong.
Anyone who thought this Masters might be the start of something grand must have struggled to stay awake Friday while watching another performance from Tiger Woods that hardly matched the hype.
Not unlike other golf courses Augusta National offers a myriad of uneven lies. Learning to play them is key!
All those years scratching around the munis in Nashville taught Brandt Snedeker a thing or two. With his ball sitting on a big ol knob at the back of the green he grabbed a lob wedge.
Paytience. Sure, its spelled wrong but developing patience pays and it pays very well.
Fred Couples has to come up with something else to do on this Masters weekend.
Trevor Immelman has overcome quite a bit over the last 12 months on his way to taking the Masters lead.
This is not Tiger Woods golf course any more. At least not in the way he once practically owned it.
Lorena Ochoa shot her second straight 7-under 66 on Friday to take a one-stroke lead in the Corona Championship and move a step closer to becoming the youngest player to qualify for the LPGA Tour Hall of Fame.
3/7/02 -- Defending champion Thomas Bjorn posted a 5-under-par 67 on Thursday to match Sweden's
The Black Knight looking more and more like Jack Lalaine; and the shocker - or shockers - of the day.
Turn on the TV and the first thing you see are the immaculate white bunkers surrounded by grass so green it looks painted.
Gadgets, outside the ropes, are anathema at golf events. The Comebacker tackles this topic.
A familiar site Friday on the LPGA TOUR as Lorena Ochoa tops the leaderboard with a -14 at the Corona Championship.

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