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Tiger Slam transcends golf, rivals greatest sports feats

Tiger Woods produced the greatest golf in history during his Tiger Slam run. It was so incredible that it measures up to the greatest accomplishments in sports.

LPGA caddie with COVID wants safe return

Brittany Lincicome's caddie Missy Pederson, who is recovering from COVID-19, wants to get back to work but she also wants to do so safely.

Interacting with fans, each other? Tour pros will be cautious

While it remains to be seen how Tour pros will interact with fans, this is certain: It won't be like it was before the pandemic.

Hyun Kyung Park fires 67 to win KLPGA major

Hyun Kyung Park shot a final-round 67 Sunday to win the Korean Ladies Professional Golf tournament by one stroke.

Crosby loves Seminole; soon the world will too

Seminole Golf Club holds a special place in Nathaniel Crosby’s heart, and here's why the world will fall in love with it too come Sunday.

Driving Relief a small step toward live sports

What the Driving Relief match lacks in official standing or meaningful competition can easily be overlooked thanks to one simple theme: Golf is back.

Tour works to keep all safe, get foreign players in U.S.

The PGA Tour's health protocols lay a good foundation of safety as it works to get foreign players to the U.S. for competition.

What Tour events will look like when golf returns

What will it be like for PGA Tour players competing in the age of the coronavirus? Here's a look, based on the Tour's safety guidelines.

Forgotten Figures: Hogan's greatest teacher

The greatest teacher Ben Hogan ever knew, Henry Picard changed the arc of golf history in more ways than one.

Haigh: Multiple plans in place for PGA in August

PGA of America's chief championships officer, Kerry Haigh, said they are moving ahead with plans for the PGA Championship and are prepared for alternative plans.