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2 hrs ago | Yahoo!
Tiger Woods was winless at the Majors for two seasons heading to Augusta in 2005, but turned things round even if at times he was not at his most dominant.
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4 hrs ago | Golf World
The best field in a tournament of which many probably have never heard, one generating unimaginable sums of money for charity, will no longer be played, unless... Unless "bureaucratic nonsense," as former Limerick, Ireland, mayor John Gilligan called it," is jettisoned and the host is amenable to continuing it.
8 hrs ago | Alabama Live
Patrick Reed, after winning last week's World Golf Championships Cadillac Championship, proclaimed he was one of the top five players in the world.
12 hrs ago | The Northern Echo
THE first stage of Jackson Kneeshaw's American adventure is almost over, but you get the sense the promising golfer has only just started the drive to achieve his goals.
Being back at Innisbrook is enough to make Jordan Spieth wonder if his entire 2013 season boiled down to three holes.
Tiger Woods' former coach Hank Haney brought up an old debate Tuesday, about whether Woods once benefitted from an intimidation factor.
It's easy for Colin Montgomerie to remember his first event on the PGA European Tour - and not because of some fabulous highlight.
That is the brash message 23-year-old Patrick Reed and a bunch of other young pros are sending to their elders.
The following is a list of the prize money up for grabs for professional golfers at the 2014 Valspar Championship at Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club in Palm Harbor, Florida, which is located along the west coast of Florida about 24 miles northwest of Tampa.
The Toshiba Classic golf tournament is celebrating its 20th anniversary this week with some things old and some things new.
Donald Trump, you most likely know, is all about superlatives. He's all about the best.
Tiger Woods aims to play next week's Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, where he is the defending champion and has won eight times, despite back issues that have plagued him the past two tournaments.
No doubt about it, the modern swing has put a lot of stress and strain on the body.
If you've spent enough time around a golf course in your life, you have invariably heard the phrase: "You drive for show but putt for dough."
The Cadillac Championship and PGA Tour brought an influx of tourists to watch the world's best in golf play this past week.
With probably the most questioned back injury in golf history, Tiger Woods again leaves a PGA Tour event answering more questions about his health than his golf game.