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A look back at the top-10 moments in ANA Inspiration history

With the old Dinah Shore delayed until September, here's a look back at 10 of the most memorable moments in the event’s history, some as painful as others were exhilarating.

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Blick's DQ: Mini-tour struggles during a pandemic

Cody Blick, like a handful of others, played from the wrong tee in a mini-tour event. It cost him $1,400. “It ruins you, man,” he said. “I’ve got to make money."

Chamblee reflects on his Golf Channel roots

Brandel Chamblee takes some time while sequestered at home to talk about his start at Golf Channel nearly 20 years ago.

Teaching pros adjusting to life away from the range

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to shut down ranges across the country, teaching professionals are trying to find ways to adapt.

From TikToks to 7th-grade math, players staying busy

If there is an upside to the work shutdown, it's that some touring professionals are getting to spend some valuable time with their families.

Olympic delay help or hurt Tiger's chances?

The Olympics are postponed until 2021. Will that delay help or hurt Tiger Woods' chances of qualifying for the U.S. team.

Nordqvist wins playoff as mini-tours continue

In one of a few mini-tours still playing amid the coronavirus pandemic, Anna Nordqvist won on the second playoff hole in a Cactus Tour event.

The game we love will be waiting for us when we return

As Golf Channel's Gary Williams writes, there is lots to miss about the game right now, and plenty to appreciate when golf returns.

Morgan Pressel: The strange reality of staying put

LPGA veteran Morgan Pressel offers a first-hand account of what it's like for players during these uncertain times.

How rumors can spark high hotel prices in Augusta

The Masters was postponed, and it didn't take long for speculation to begin on when it would be played.

PGA Tour finally realized it ‘had no choice’

After repeated efforts to salvage The Players, the plug was finally pulled late Thursday. One player said the Tour "had no choice."

Hideki ties course record to lead at Players

Hideki Matsuyama tied the course record with a 63 on Thursday at the Players, but that took a backseat as talk of the coronavirus - and the coming weeks - heated up.

How a surreal day played out at Sawgrass

There has never been a day in PGA Tour history like Thursday at TPC Sawgrass. With fans prohibited the remainder of the week, that will continue to be the case.

Punch Shot: Who wins, disappoints at Players

Our writers weigh in on who they think will win, contend and disappoint at this week's Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass.

Players offering a dose of medicinal streaming

The PGA Tour will showcase every shot hit by every player this week for the first time in history, and it comes at a perfect, needed time in the game of golf. Here's why.