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Sanders, colorful 20-time winner, dies at 86

Doug Sanders brought a flamboyance to golf fashion ahead of his time, a colorful character known as much for the 20 times he won on the PGA Tour as the majors that got away.

Masters dreams remain for Ogletree, Augenstein

The Masters and professional dreams of Andy Ogletree and John Augenstein are on hold as they hope for better times ahead this fall.

Fan sues Tiger, caddie, claiming push in '18

A Florida man has filed a lawsuit against Tiger Woods and his caddie, claiming he suffered injuries from the caddie pushing him out of the way.

How Augusta is dealing with no Masters

There is no Masters Tournament this week and it's a strange feeling for businesses and families in Augusta, Georgia.

How field unraveled last year at Augusta’s 12th

The par-3 12th at Augusta National always plays a pivotal role in determining the Masters champion. But last year it took center stage.

Updated sked exciting, but coronavirus may have other plans

The proposed PGA Tour schedule is ambitious and exciting. Let's just hope that it's able to come to fruition.

Poppie's Ponder: How it began on ANA Sunday

The winner of the ANA Inspiration might not receive a green jacket, but they do get to put their own creative twist on a jump into Poppie's Pond.

Why the 1871 Open Championship was canceled

Long before the 2020 Open was canceled, the 1871 edition was as well. But not because of war or health threats.

Missing the Masters: These storylines will have to wait ...

In what would have been another memorable Masters Week, we look at some of the top storylines that could have highlighted the 84th Masters.

Happily married and eyeing Spanish legacy, Jon Rahm ready for career to 'take off'

Jon Rahm wants to leave his mark on the game of golf and he believes when your life is good, your golf game is better.