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    Tiger Woods Hosts The Hero World Challenge

    Tiger Woods will host a group of 18 tour players at the Hero World Challenge in Albany starting Thursday. This is also marks the one year anniversary of Tiger’s return to competitive action since his injury plagued past. Things have definitely changed since last year when most were wondering if Tiger would be able to […] More

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    Phil Picks Up The Win In Extra Holes

    It took 22 holes for Phil Mickelson to knock out Tiger Woods for bragging rights and extra large pile of cash. The Match at Shadow Creek in Las Vegas was pretty even throughout the day. Phil Mickelson took the early lead in the match, but he actually lost the first wager of the day. He […] More

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    Charles Howell III Picks Up The Victory At RSM

    Charles Howell III has found himself back in the winner’s circle after a playoff victory against Patrick Rodgers at the RSM Classic on Sunday. This is his first win since 2007 at the Genesis Open. It was so long ago, the tournament was named the Nissan Open at the time he beat Phil Mickelson at […] More

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    Charles Howell III Takes The Early Lead At RSM

    The PGA Tour’s official final tournament is off and running at The RSM Classic at Sea Island’s Seaside and Plantation courses. Charles Howell III did not seem phased by the tough conditions on Thursday. He fired an 8-under 64 and holds a two stroke lead. It was very cold and windy during the Thursday round […] More

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    The RSM Classic: Featured Groups

    The PGA Tour heads to Sea Island, Georgia for the RSM Classic this week. It is the last chance for players to pick up valuable FedExCup points in 2018. This will always be the last chance for a winner to punch their ticket to Maui for the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Tournament host Davis Love […] More

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    Justin Rose Returns To No. 1

    Justin Rose successfully defended his title at the Turkish Airlines Open and reclaimed his spot at No. 1 in the World Golf Ranking. Rose survived the first hole of the playoff against Hao-Tong Li to pick up the win on Sunday. “Obviously it’s nice to get there, and it’s nice to get back there. Maybe […] More

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    Lucas Glover Flirts With History At Shriners

    Lucas Glover came out firing on moving day at the Shriners Hospital for Children Open at TPC Summerlin. He was just a couple strokes away from shooting the magical 59 on Saturday. He still managed to shoot a 10-under 61 and currently sits at a second on the leaderboard. Glover moved his way up the […] More

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    Peter Uihlein Takes The Early Lead In Vegas

    The PGA Tour returns to Sin City for the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. This is the first tournament back for many of the PGA pros, but not for the first round leader, Peter Uihlein. This is his fourth start on the new year. He has traveled from Napa to Malaysia to Korea and now […] More

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    Xander Schauffele Wins AT HSBC

    Xander Scheauffele finished hot Sunday to pick up the win at the WGC-HSBC Champions. He birdied 17 and 18 to get himself in a playoff with Tony Finau. He knocked in a 30-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to win the tournament. Schauffele started the tournament celebrating his 25th birthday. He closed the […] More

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    Brooks Koepka Eyeing Number 1 In The World Golf Rankings

    Brooks Koepka is in prime spot to win the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges and take over number 1 in the World Golf Ranking. After firing a 5-under 67 on Saturday, he holds a 4-stroke lead over Scott Piercy and Ian Poulter. There are 6 other players 5-strokes behind Koepka. Brooks is in line to […] More

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    Chez Reavie Holding A One Stroke Lead At The CJ Cup

    Chez Reavie shot a 4-under 68 on Thursday at The Club at Nine Bridges in Jeju Island, South Korea. It was a very impressive round on a very windy day. He currently holds a one shot lead over Danny Willet. There is a logjam of players at 2-under par. There are many big names in […] More

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    Leishman, Woodland, and Sharma Share CIMB Lead

    After three rounds at TPC Kuala Lumpur West Course, Mark Leishman, Gary Woodland and Shubhankar Sharma share a tie for the lead. Woodland birdied the 18th hole to move into the tie at the CIMB Classic on Saturday. Woodland shot a 5-under 67 on Saturday, which was 4 stroke higher than his 61 on Friday. […] More

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