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Jason Day may have walked away with the WGC title, but the Match Play put Victor Dubuisson on the map. His Houdini-like shots from cacti to save pars extended the match to 23 holes before Day finally sealed the deal for his second career PGA Tour victory. (Getty Images)
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Jordan Spieth appeared poised to win his first major and supplant Tiger Woods as the youngest to ever win the Masters. Turned out, Bubba Watson had other plans, and with a 3-under 69 in the final round, cruised to a three-shot victory for his second green jacket in three years. (Getty Images)
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If you missed this one, you're not alone. While many were catching some z's, Bubba Watson was putting on an entertaining display of golf in China. After taking the lead from Graeme McDowell with three early birdies on Sunday, Watson made bogey at 16, double bogey at 17 and needed an eagle at the finishing hole to force a playoff. He holed out from a greenside bunker and eventually won the playoff over Tim Clark. Yep, that's Bubba Golf. (Getty Images)
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Sunday at the Kraft Nabisco seemed destined to be a Michelle Wie-Lexi Thompson showdown. The two began the day tied, but Thompson birdied the first hole and never looked back. The 19-year-old added birdies on Nos. 4, 5 and 9 to build a five-shot lead heading to the back nine. From there, Thompson cruised to her first major championship and fourth-career LPGA title.(Getty Images)
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At 31, after toiling on the Symetra Tour for six years to make it to the LPGA, Mo Martin won the Ricoh Women’s British Open (her first LPGA victory) in her third season on the LPGA. She did so with one of the best shots in major championship history. She rattled a 3-wood off the flagstick at the 72nd hole, making eagle to finish off the year’s most enchanting round. (Getty Images)
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Tiger Woods may have withdrawn from the Honda Classic, but plenty of drama remained at PGA National. The closing hour of the Honda was a series of blunders by the contenders - and even the winner - that culminated in a four-way playoff. Eventual winner Russell Henley bested Rory McIlroy, Russell Knox and Ryan Palmer on the first extra hole. (Getty Images)
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Martin Kaymer held off Jordan Spieth, Jim Furyk and Sergio Garcia for his first worldwide win in nearly 18 months. Kaymer was out front by three with five holes to play when the horn blew. After an hour-and-a-half rain delay, it appeared Kaymer was a different player and nearly squandered his lead, entirely, at the infamous par-3 17th, but managed to sink a 30-foot par putt. Par at the last secured the title. (Getty Images)
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So many for so many years had given up on Michelle Wie, proclaiming she faded too soon and never lived up to her potential. Wie begs to differ; she's just getting warmed up. After a near-miss at the Kraft Nabisco earlier this year, a 24-year-old Wie won a nail-biter at the U.S. Women's Open at Pinehurst for her first major victory. TV ratings on Sunday doubled from the previous year's U.S. Women's Open thanks to Wie chasing down that elusive first major. (Getty Images)
9 / 10
Where do we begin? America seeking redemption? A missing Tiger Woods? A missing Billy Horschel? Nick Faldo calling Sergio Garcia "useless"? Keegan Bradley and Phil Mickelson getting benched both sessions on Saturday? Patrick Reed shushing the crowd? All of those helped make the 2014 edition of the Ryder Cup memorable, sure, but that week at Gleneagles will likely be remembered most for Mickelson's public berating of U.S. captain Tom Watson in the post-Ryder Cup news conference. And an awkward Hunter Mahan sitting innocently, nearby. Bring on the task force! (Getty Images)
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Tiger Woods' parking spot became a user on Twitter, and the whole world tuned in to see if it would be filled and, subsequently, if Woods would play. (He did, and missed the cut.) Meanwhile, Bubba Watson refused to participate in the long drive competition on Tuesday and Rory McIlroy won his second consecutive major and second PGA. Don't forget, he did it in the dark after officials let him play up, into the pairing of Rickie Fowler and Phil Mickelson in the group ahead, who finished T-3 and second, respectively. No matter - it's not like Fowler or Phil wanted to win, anyway. (Getty Images)
Image of Bryson DeChambeau and how his body has transformed, through the years, from an NCAA champion to becoming a multiple PGA Tour winner.
Here's a look at some of the best photos of the Match II with Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning, Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady from Medalist Golf Club.
A look at some of the best photos from the TaylorMade Driving Relief, won by the team of Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson.