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    Rory McIlroy Looks Strong Taking WGC-Mexico Lead

    Rory McIlroy apparently plays dynamic golf when he’s not at 100 percent. It would be one thing to bounce back from fractured ribs and just make it through the WGC-Mexico, but he’s also battling a stomach bug. And after Round 2, McIlroy is in the lead. Oh, there’s also that little pressure of the No. […] More

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    WGC-Mexico Leaderboard Crowded at Top After Round 1

    Round 1 of the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship produced a log-jam at the top of the leaderboard. Round 2 will begin with six players tied for first (4-under 67), seven players just a shot behind, and six players two shots behind. The Round 1 leaders are Ross Fisher, Jimmy Walker, Jon Rahm, Phil Mickelson, Lee […] More

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    Golf Rules set for Major Changes to Modernize Game

    On Wednesday, the USGA and the R&A released a big set of proposed rule changes for golf that are “expected to have the most impact on the game and to be of most interest to golfers and those who follow the game.” The proposed rules are broken down into eight categories, along with supporting reasons. The […] More

  • Rickie Fowler Honda Classic Win

    Rickie Fowler Ends Drought With Big Win at Honda Classic

    After almost 18 months since his last PGA victory, Rickie Fowler held on strong for the Honda Classic win behind a 1-over 71 in the final round. One putt made its way into a sprinkler hole and a tee shot went for a dip, but Fowler sank clutch putts and stayed the course along the way. It […] More

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    Dustin Johnson Primed to Become Top Golfer in the World

    The weather may have been rough over the last couple of days, but Dustin Johnson is playing pristine golf at the Genesis Open. With 36 holes left in the tournament, he leads the pack at 10-under after a second five-under 66 round in a row. If Johnson can clinch the Genesis, he will become the No. […] More

  • Jordan Spieth Genesis Open

    Round Two Play at Genesis Open Halted by Rain

    Perhaps the Genesis Open would have continued on if it were just rain and wind, but once part of a Eucalyptus tree broke, the PGA Tour paused the tournament. The unfavorable conditions did not stop Jhonattan Vegas from making a move though. By the time play was halted, Vegas joined Sam Saunders atop the leaderboard at seven […] More

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    Tiger Woods Cancels Genesis Open Press Conference as Precaution

    After withdrawing from the Genesis Open and Honda Classic last week due to back spasms, Tiger Woods has stirred up more speculation about his future by canceling his Genesis press conference.  His agent, Mark Steinberg, cited the absence as “precautionary.”  Riviera Country Club announced on Tuesday that Woods would not be holding the conference because of […] More

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    Jordan Spieth Captures Ninth PGA Tour Win at Pebble Beach

    Jordan Spieth may have had to put some hecklers in their place on Wednesday, but he earned his ninth career PGA tour victory on Sunday by winning the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Spieth began six shots ahead of the field and the closest anyone got was within three. He clinched the tournament with a two-under […] More

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    Hideki Matsuyama Defends Phoenix Open Championship in Playoff

    It took a thrilling finish, but Hideki Matsuyama successfully defended his Waste Management Phoenix Open title over the weekend. He defeated Webb Simpson on the fourth playoff hole of the TPC Scottsdale course. It was almost groundhog day with Matsuyama winning the tournament on the same hole where he beat Rickie Fowler last year. He […] More

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    Rory McIlroy Undecided on Olympic Golf Participation

    Rory McIlroy is now hinting at possibly skipping out on the Olympics due to the Zika virus. McIlroy said he is keeping tabs on the disease and will have to decide closer to the event on whether he will attend or not. Golf News Twenty-seven players earn U.S. Open exemptions [PGA Tour] Danny Willett echoes […] More

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    PGA Tour: Sergio Garcia Wins AT&T Byron Nelson

    Sergio Garcia picked up his ninth PGA Tour victory on Sunday at the AT&T Byron Nelson in Dallas, TX following a playoff win over Brooks Koepka. Garcia shot a final round 68 to erase Brooks Koepka’s two shot lead heading into the final round. Golf News Equipment roundup: AT&T Byron Nelson [PGA Tour] Traveling With […] More

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    Jordan Spieth Back in Contention at the Byron Nelson

    Jordan Spieth is back on top of the leaderboard following a second round 65, backing up his round one 64. Spieth has only played in one event since his collapse at the Masters in April and he missed the cut. Golf News Willett leads, Rory one back at Irish Open [PGA Tour] Rory McIlroy praises […] More

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