John Deere Classic Ball Count: Titleist -104, Nearest Competitor - 17
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Considering what we know now, Jordan Spieth’s 72nd-hole bunker shot at the John Deere Classic might have been the most significant shot of 2013.
He’s not quite approaching Lucy Li’s level, but Will Thomson will bring even more youth to the upcoming U.S. Amateur.
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Steve Stricker won’t make the trip across the pond for the second year in a row.
Perhaps not even Mike Whan could have envisioned a dream season quite like this.
The Humana Challenge needs to find two new host courses for the Palm Springs-area event beginning in 2016,
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Rory McIlroy says that his ongoing legal dispute with his former management company won’t shake up one of Europe’s most dynamic Ryder Cup partnerships.
The Greenbrier has been kind to comebacks. Since the tournament began in 2010, all five winners at the event have trailed entering the final round.
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