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A six-hole playoff on Sunday. A missile scare on Saturday. A tragedy on Friday. It was a very emotional week at the Sony Open in Hawaii. Read More
Phil Mickelson begins his 2018 season this week at the CareerBuilder Challenge. And as he sets his sights on making the U.S. Ryder Cup and winning the U.S. Open, he is, go figure, incredibly optimistic. Read More
The PGA Tour has great players, but no true rivalries. Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy are both in the Abu Dhabi field this week. Hmmm ... Read More

Today in Golf

12/3/01 -- Ty Tryon, 17, earned his 2002 PGA Tour card with a final-round 66.
12/3/01 -- Thirty-six players earned their 2002 PGA Tour cards through Q-Schoo.
12/3/01 -- Ernie Els and Retief Goosen will be the headline attractions this week.
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Sergio Garcia beat Ernie Els on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff to capture the Nedbank Challenge Sunday in Sun City, South Africa.
12/2/01 -- Pat Perez continued his march to the PGA Tour by firing a 7-under-par 65.
Raymond and Robert Floyd combined to fire an 11-under 61 in Sunday's scramble format to win the Father-Son Challenge for the second year in a row.
Jos Maria Olazbal birdied the final three holes Sunday to win
12/1/01 -- Se Ri Pak has withdrawn from the Hyundai Team Matches to be with her ailing father.
12/1/01 -- Two-time defending champion Ernie Els posted his second 6-under 66 in as many days.
12/1/01 -- Pat Perez saved the best for last Saturday, birdieing his final two holes.
12/1/01 -- -- Hale and Steve Irwin combined for a 13-under-par 59 on Saturday.
12/1/01 -- Norway's Henrik Bjornstad fired his career-low round of 10-under-par 61.
11/30/01 -- Pat Perez fired a 9-under-par 63 to take the lead midway through event.
11/30/01 -- It was the kind of year on the Senior Tour where the little names became big names
11/30/01 -- Taiwan's Yeh Wei-Tze fires an 8-under 63 for the lead through two rounds
11/30/01 -- Ernie Els continued his bid for an unprecedented third consecutive victory.
11/29/01 -- Scotland for the thrifty; Chicagoland black eye: This moment in the golf industry
11/29/01 -- Adam Scott fired a 7-under-par 64 to open a one-shot lead
11/29/01 -- Raymond and Robert Floyd are set to defend their title.