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Hero purse payout: From first to last, everyone gets paid!

Jon Rahm won the Hero World Challenge and with it, $1 million. Everyone in the 18-man field earned a check. Here’s how the purse was…

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Kitayama wins in Mauritius

America’s Kurt Kitayama won the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open by two shots after completing four rounds at the Four Seasons Golf Club at Anahita in 20…

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After Further Review: Are Hero world ranking points fair?

Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. Here’s what’s weighing on our writers’ minds. On the world ranking points awarded…

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Rahm wins Tiger’s event after getting putting advice from Tiger

NASSAU, Bahamas – Jon Rahm grew up idolizing Tiger Woods, so earlier this fall during the Tour Championship he made the most of an opportunity. “He…

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Rose unfazed by just missing out on No. 1: ‘Not a huge goal for me’

NASSAU, Bahamas – The Official World Golf Ranking whirlwind continued for Justin Rose on Sunday at the Hero World Challenge. Rose finished strong in the…

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Tiger: Dates for next year’s Hero ‘up in the air’ with Presidents Cup conflict

NASSAU, Bahamas – Tiger Woods had just finished his week at the Hero World Challenge when he was asked about next year’s tournament at Albany….

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Albany’s tight lies stymie Tiger and Dustin

NASSAU, Bahamas – Tiger Woods may have been the first to succumb to what have become increasingly difficult chipping conditions at the Hero World Challenge,…

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Kitayama, Harding share Mauritius lead after Round 3

BEAU CHAMP, Mauritius – Kurt Kitayama and Justin Harding were tied for the lead at 16 under and held a three-shot advantage heading into the final round of the Mauritius…

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Watch: Noren makes ace during wild stretch on Day 3 of Hero

Alex Noren’s 2-under 70 certainly wasn’t the best round on Moving Day at the Hero World Challenge … but it was easily the wildest. And…

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Cut Line: Tiger’s schedule, ruling, captaincy and everything in between

NASSAU, Bahamas – In this week’s Silly, eh, Challenge Season edition, Cut Line laments the silly response to a reasonable ruling and applauds Tiger Woods’…

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Well-rested Stenson feeling almost 100 percent after elbow injury

NASSAU, Bahamas – Henrik Stenson might be the most-rested player in the Hero World Challenge field. The Swede is playing just his second event since…

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Woods avoids penalty: ‘Didn’t feel like I made contact twice’

NASSAU, Bahamas – Tiger Woods was putting the finishing touches on a bounce-back round at the Hero World Challenge when the 18th hole got him…

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Kitayama goes 65-65 to lead by two shots at Mauritius Open

BEAU CHAMP, Mauritius – Kurt Kitayama opened a two-shot lead halfway through the Mauritius Open with a second successive 65 on Friday. Kitayama moved to 14 under…

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Def. champ Smith leads Leishman and McLeod at Australian PGA

GOLD COAST, Australia – Defending champion Cameron Smith held a one-stroke lead over Marc Leishman and fellow Australian Jake McLeod after the second round of the Australian PGA Championship at Royal…

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Tiger traded length for accuracy off the tee with driver tweak

NASSAU, Bahamas – Despite an otherwise pedestrian day that added up to a 1-over 73 on Thursday at the Hero World Challenge, there was a…

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Hero World Challenge Rd. 2 tee times: Woods, Matsuyama out first

The Hero World Challenge, with its 18-man field, repairs after each round. Here’s a look at second-round tee times at Albany. (All times ET) 11:15…

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Perez, Chikkarangappa co-lead Mauritius Open after Day 1

BEAU CHAMP, Mauritius – Victor Perez continued his fabulous start to life on the European Tour by sharing the first-round lead with an 8-under 64…

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Leishman (68) eyes home win, two back on Day 1 of Australian PGA

GOLD COAST, Australia – Marc Leishman’s quest for a first professional victory at home is off to a good start after a 4-under 68 on Thursday positioned…

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BMW BACKS WENTWORTH SHOWPIECE FOR FOUR MORE YEARS

Luxury car manufacturer BMW has pledged to continue its financial support of European golf following the announcement that it has extended its headline sponsorship of…

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