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If you were the PGA Tour setup czar, what would you do? In what ways would you provide a proper challenge for the best golfers on the planet?
Thomas Pieters claimed the sixth and biggest DP World Tour title of his career by winning the Abu Dhabi Championship
Miguel Angel Jimenez is off to another great start on the PGA Tour Champions in Hawaii.
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.
Seeking a third win in his last four events, Viktor Hovland started the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship by shooting 8-under 64.
Horschel shot a bogey-free 9-under 63 on the North Course and led Michael Thompson by one stroke.
Collin Morikawa had plenty of thinking to do on the short drive up the coast from Abu Dhabi to Dubai.
Hudson Swafford won The American Express for the second time in five years Sunday, breaking a late tie with an eagle.
Kang was the lone player to break 70 on both weekend days (69-68), and the only player to shoot in the 60s all four rounds.
Aaron Jarvis, 19, will be the first player from the Cayman Islands to compete at the Masters and The Open Championship
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.
Roberto Nieves of Puerto Rico regained the lead Saturday with a fast start and a steady nerve late for a 2-under 70.
The world's No. 1 limited her mistakes on Saturday in challenging, chilly conditions for a 3-under 69 with four birdies.
Shane Lowry and Thomas Pieters are one shot back of Scott Jamieson through three rounds in Abu Dhabi.
And it’s not just that trio. Eight players were separated by one shot going into the final round on the Big Island.