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Phil Mickelson's initial remorselessness was always worse than his playing a moving ball. His apology is better late than never. Read More
To avoid the kind of U.S. Open setup problems that led to harsh criticism from Ian Poulter and others, the USGA should take a cue from the R&A. Read More
Hubert Green, a World Golf Hall of Famer who won 19 times on the PGA Tour, including the 1977 U.S. Open and 1985 PGA Championship, died Tuesday. Read More
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Hubert Green, a World Golf Hall of Famer who won 19 times on the PGA Tour, including the 1977 U.S. Open and 1985 PGA Championship, died Tuesday.
World Golf Hall of Famer Hubert Green passes away from throat cancer complications at 71.
It was perhaps the most-replayed shot (and celebration) of the year.
Stacy Lewis will be looking to make the most of her last three starts of 2018 in her annual return to her collegiate roots this week.
Damon Hack challenges Robert Damron after his Travelers Championship 15 ½ hole challenge failed attempts to try for the Sandra Gal boater noggin knock trick shot.
Robert Damron tells the story from 1976 when young Steve Williams caddied for the late Peter Thomson.
PyeongChang Olympic U.S. Women’s Ice Hockey gold medalist Hilary Knight, who is an advocate for women in sports, will be among the speakers at the KPMG Women’s Leadership Summit.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford is joined by his dad John at Whistling Straits to celebrate with their traditional Father’s Day golf round.
Ken Schofield recalls the impact of his friend and legend, Australian Peter Thomson, who passed away at the age of 88.
Jason Day and Marc Leishman react to the passing of five-time Open Championship winner Peter Thomson.
Matt Adams reveals the trivia answer about whose head graces the claret jug's handle as he travels on tour with the famous Open trophy.
Rock band Shinedown heads to Topgolf to relax away from the stage.
Bailey Mosier reports on how the Travelers Championship promotes rising stars in the game including former world No. 1 amateur Doug Ghim.
Recently the best from 13 countries across Europe competed in the EGA Championship for Golfers with Disability.
Charlie Rymer and Steve Sands give their takeaways on the third round of the 51st PGA Professional Championship.
Ryan Lavner reports via Twitter that legendary Southern California women's coach Andrea Gaston is leaving to become the head coach at Texas A&M.
Watch highlights from the third round of the 51st PGA Professional Championship.
Chantel McCabe reports on the passing of five-time Open champion Peter Thomson.
Peter Thomson, a five-time winner of The Open and the only player in the 20th century to win the championship three straight years, died Wednesday.
Ryan Vermeer rolls in a left-to-right slider for birdie on the 14th green during the third round of the PGA Professional Championship.

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