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Tiger prefers ‘high rough and narrow fairways’ for U.S. Open setup

DUBLIN, Ohio – It’s become somewhat of an annual tradition around this time of year, as players either predict potential pitfalls for the U.S. Open…

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TT Postscript: Roller-coaster 2-under 70, but even Tiger knows he’s ‘not going to win’

DUBLIN, Ohio – If nine-hole rounds count for anything, Tiger Woods would be firmly in the mix at the Memorial. But they play all 18…

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Wiesberger advances to Sunday at Belgian Knockout

Bernd Wiesberger will have a chance on Sunday to win his second European Tour title in as many weeks. Fresh off his victory at the…

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When is a Pitch, Mark Not a Pitch, Mark? Mark Kuchar Finds Out The Hard Way

Mark Kuchar didn’t expect to be involved in an odd argument over the rules of the game, but when his ball ended up in a…

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Rose (63) charges back into contention after starting day outside cutline

DUBLIN, Ohio – It helps to set goals, even when you start the day outside the cut line on the PGA Tour. And so former…

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Woods on Haney comments and suspension: ‘He got what he deserved’

DUBLIN, Ohio – There has been no shortage of outrage over Hank Haney’s insensitive comments about women’s golf earlier this week on his PGA Tour SiriusXM…

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TT Postscript: Clean up on aisle 15 as Woods’ disaster negates progress

DUBLIN, Ohio – Tiger Woods finished his day at the Memorial at 2 under par and seven strokes off the lead in what has essentially…

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J. Korda makes move up leaderboard in second round of U.S. Women’s Open

CHARLESTON, S.C. – Jessica Korda shot a 68 to move within a stroke of the lead halfway through the second round of the U.S. Women’s Open on Friday….

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Amidst resurgent season, no more sectionals concerns for Scott (66)

DUBLIN, Ohio – One year ago at the Memorial, Adam Scott was not his normal, affable self. Making his fifth start in as many weeks,…

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Minus a rib, Memorial leader Merritt finding comfort zone

DUBLIN, Ohio – Injuries are a part of life on the PGA Tour, but Troy Merritt’s medical plight is a curious break from the norm….

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Baker (60) misses birdie putt for 59 at Rex Hospital Open

Only 15 feet separated Chris Baker from a 59, but it wasn’t to be. Baker took the lead at the Web.com Tour’s Rex Hospital Open on…

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Georgia Hall joins Wentworth as club ambassador

Wentworth Club has signed current Women’s British Open champion Georgia Hall as its new golf ambassador. The 23-year-old from Dorset will use the Surrey venue’s…

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Woods, unlike anything ever seen, wins Masters in historic fashion

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The play was so perfect, so dominant, and the triumph at the Masters so complete that even Tiger Woods found it hard…

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Charley Hull signs for TaylorMade

Solheim Cup star Charley Hull has signed joined TaylorMade’s tour staff. Currently 23rd in the world rankings, Hull, 23, who is playing with 13 of…

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Chesfield Downs sold to The Club Company

Chesfield Downs Golf & Country Club in Hertfordshire has been bought by The Club Company from Crown Golf. Located near Stevenage, the club offers two…

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Haney in Hot Water Over Racist Remarks

Golf coach Hank Haney has got himself in some hot water after making racially motivated comments during a SiriusXM radio interview recently freetips.com reports today….

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Straight off NCAA title, Duke freshman Kim (66) T-2 after first round at U.S. Women’s Open

The best story after the first round of the U.S. Women’s Open didn’t come from a big-name LPGA player. The best story from Thursday at…

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Windy conditions aside, Kordas off to 2-under start at U.S. Women’s Open

Jessica and Nelly Korda opened the U.S. Women’s Open with matching scores of 2-under 69, and they sit five shots back of leader Mamiko Higa….

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Mickelson on USGA ahead of U.S. Open: ‘They don’t know how to control themselves’

DUBLIN, Ohio – It’s already been a tough week for the USGA following a scathing story in Golf Digest that criticized the association, but on…

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