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'Freezing' N. Korda can't shake cold, closes in 75

With the temperature at Lake Nona hovering at around 50 degrees, the world No. 1 shot a final-round 3-over 75.

Annika falls to Lowe in celebrity playoff

Annika Sorenstam wasn't able to win the celeb portion of the TOC event, but she hopes that she inspired her kids.


Higgs in AmEx hunt despite wind, bunker blunder

Two days following his first Tour ace, Higgs is in the hunt for his maiden Tour win but might want to change his Venmo name first.

'Best buddies' Hodges, Barjon share AmEx lead

Lee Hodges and Paul Barjon took advantage of a late tee time Saturday to miss the worst of a windy day and share the Day 3 lead.

After injury from his dog, Griffin in AmEx hunt

Griffin is playing this week with lingering effects from a back injury that he received from voluntarily picking up his dog.

Fans at AmEx face COVID-19 requirements

Fans attending The AmEx must provide either proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test that was taken within 48 hours.


Pieters wins as McIlroy fades late in Abu Dhabi

Thomas Pieters claimed the sixth and biggest DP World Tour title of his career by winning the Abu Dhabi Championship

Hatton 'would love' bomb to drop on Yas' 18th

This year, Tyrrell Hatton he had a chance to successfully defend his title in Abu Dhabi if it wasn't for Yas Links' closing hole. 

MAJ wins Champions' opener for third time

Miguel Angel Jimenez is off to another great start on the PGA Tour Champions in Hawaii.


Donald 'humbled' by Harrington's RC support

“I would love to have the opportunity to do that. I haven’t spoken to anyone at the European Tour so nothing is confirmed," Donald said.

Jarvis grabs Masters, Open spots with LAAC win

Aaron Jarvis, 19, will be the first player from the Cayman Islands to compete at the Masters and The Open Championship

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Can Rory, Hatton, Morikawa hit 1-yard fairway?

Three of golf's best learned quickly just how difficult the challenge would be and strapped in for a long and wild ride. 

Bhatia shakes struggles for first KFT victory

Akshay Bhatia, the junior prodigy who has largely struggled as pro, won Wednesday in his first Korn Ferry Tour start as a member.

1968 Masters champion Goalby dies at 92

Bob Goalby, who won the 1968 Masters without having to go to a playoff when Roberto De Vicenzo signed for the wrong score, has died.