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Kevin Stadler coughed up a four-shot lead on the final day of the French Open, eventually losing to Graeme McDowell. The real gut-punch came on the final hole, though, when he missed a 3-foot putt to get into a playoff. Tournament director Jean Van de Velde spent 45 minutes with Stadler afterwards and said of their talk, 'I can relate.' (Getty Images)
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Hunter Mahan and Jamie Donaldson hit each other’s golf balls during the second round of the U.S. Open. Mahan's caddie took the blame for the gaffe, and while both players missed the cut, they're lucky they realized the mistake before they finished the hole, otherwise they would've been disqualified. (Getty Images)
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In a May interview with Yahoo's Graham Bensinger, John Daly estimated his total gambling losses to be in the range of $55-57 million. According to Daly, he would regularly play seven hands of blackjack at the same time, each for up to $15,000. He also frequented a high-limit slot machine that cost $5,000 per pull and would sometimes stay at the tables for up to two days straight. (Getty Images)
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Holly Clyburn's run at the second stage of LPGA Q-School came to an abrupt end when her playing competitor, amateur Justine Lee, failed to sign the scorecard as her marker. Clyburn was disqualified for a breach of Rule 6-6b: (The player) must ensure that the marker or markers have signed the scorecard, sign the scorecard (her)self and return it to the committee as soon as possible. (Getty Images)
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Because of an odd number of players making the cut at this year's Masters, Rory McIlroy teed it up with marker Jeff Knox in the third round. Knox, Augusta National’s official marker who holds the course record, an 11-under-par 61, went out and beat McIlroy by one stroke, carding a 70 to the superstar's 71. (Getty Images)
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Ernie Els hit an elderly spectator in the jaw with a tee ball during the British Open, which really shook the Big Easy. The shot led to a triple-bogey 7, and an opening 79. Afterward, Els described the situation as a 'nightmare,' adding 'I was thinking about him. There was blood all over. I was quite rattled. It wasn’t nice.'
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After winning the WGC-Cadillac Championship in March, Patrick Reed took a lot of heat for saying, 'I’m one of the top five players in the world.' While the comment is often the first thing people reference when talking about Reed, he did join Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Sergio Garcia and Rory McIlroy as the only PGA Tour players who have won three or more times before turning 24. (Getty Images)
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Patrick's Reed's mouth got him in more trouble during the WGC-HSBC Champions. Playing his 10th hole of the first round, Reed three-putted for bogey and called himself a gay slur which on-course microphones picked up. He took to Twitter to apologize after the round. (Getty Images)
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After originally being named as a subject of an FBI insider trading probe in May, Phil Mickelson's name was eventually cleared after it was reported that Mickelson's role had been 'overstated.' Mickelson, who was approached by authorities after his opening round at the Memorial, maintained his innocence all along. (Getty Images)
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Greg Norman nearly severed his arm off in September in a chainsaw accident. Norman, 59, underwent successful surgery to repair nerves and sustained no damage to his arteries or tendons. He kept the public informed of his recovery through his Instagram account. (Instagram)
Image of Bryson DeChambeau and how his body has transformed, through the years, from an NCAA champion to becoming a multiple PGA Tour winner.
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A look at some of the best photos from the TaylorMade Driving Relief, won by the team of Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson.