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Match-play events, like this week's World Golf Championship, are a rare chance for players to engage in gamesmanship. Read More
Reigning U.S. Open champ Brooks Koepka will miss the upcoming Masters as he continues to recover from a torn tendon in his left wrist. Read More
Monday’s blind draw to determine the 16 pods for this week’s WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play didn’t exactly feel “blind” for Jordan Spieth. Read More

Today in Golf

3/1/03 -- Frank Lickliter widened his lead to four strokes entering the final round of the Chrysler Classic of Tucson.
3/1/03 -Match play is as much like 72-hole stroke play as a sleek little sports car is to an F-18 fighter jet.
3/2/03 -- Scotland's Mhairi McKay shot a final-round 67 to capture the Women's Australian Open Sunday
3/1/03 -- Adam Scott has modeled his game after Tiger Woods, now he'll face him in the semi-finals.
3/2/03 -- Joe Ogilvie struggled to a 1-over 72 Sunday but held on to win the season-opening Jacob's Creek Open Championship
2/28/03 -- Joe Ogilvie carded a 1-under 70 Friday to grab a share of the lead
2/28/03 -Tiger Woods slipped it overdrive Friday, dusting off Australias Stephen Leaney, 7 and 6, at the WCG-Accenture Match Play Championships.
2/28/03 - Veterans Jay Haas and Nick Price battle it out for 20 holes; Clarke wants win over Woods; These and more news and notes from the Accenture Match Play.
2/28/03 -- A Ku Klux Klan group has asked for a permit to demonstrate in support of Augusta National
3/1/03 -- Laura Davies, who is looking for her second straight victory on the Ladies European Tour, struggled with a 1-over 73 Saturday
2/28/03 - Ernie Els says he will go. Tiger Woods' answer is the same as it has been all week - 'Ask me tomorrow.'
2/28/03 - To some, he is simply so much roadkill, one more victim underneath the wheels of the Tiger Express.
Scott Hoch understands that.
2/28/03 -- Frank Lickliter II, in the midst of a major makeover of his swing, shot a 9-under-par 63 on Friday to take a three-shot lead halfway through the Chrysler Classic.
2/27/03 -- Dicky Pride fired a 7-under-par 65 Thursday to grab a one-stroke lead at the Chrysler Classic of Tucson.
2/27/003 -- Martha Burk thinks someone might try to disrupt the Masters, but it won't be her
2/27/03 -- Tiger Woods lives yet another day. Thats not news to the golfing public, who expect him to win the WCG'Accenture Match Play Championships with ease.
2/27/03 -- Jay Haas is 49, but plans on sticking around a little while on the regular circuit.
2/27/03 -- Jarrod Moseley fired a 6-under 65 to grab a share of the first-round lead at the season-opening Jacob's Creek Open Championship
2/27/03 -- Laura Davies shot a 7-under 65 Thursday to take the opening-round lead of the Women's Australian Open
2/27/03 -- Ty Tryon has gone from teenage golf sensation to just another struggling pro on the PGA Tour