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Jonas Blixt, highly ranked professional golfer, talks about his favorite golf course and playing the game growing up.
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A one-year hiatus from Roman numerals is actually news.
The increase in endorsement income has changed the entire ballgame.
Kickers have created unforeseen imbalance, and now the NFL has created a double standard.
This photo, originally posted by Jason Dufner’s wife, is worth well over a thousand words.
Jim Furyk birdied two of his last holes, stuffing a gap wedge into just over 3 feet on his final hole Friday at the BMW Championship, and knocked in the putt to become the sixth player in PGA Tour history to shoot 59.
On and off the golf course, Tiger Woods didn’t look anything like the player who only four days ago dropped to knees with back pain.
After completing his sparkling final round at what would be his first victory at the Open Championship, Phil Mickelson admitted that he had a difficult time explaining how he felt about one of the best performances of his brilliant career.
It was quite the journey for 32-year-old Adam Scott to win his first major title.
Sergio Garcia matched his best score at the Masters on Thursday, a 6-under 66 with no bogeys on his card, to share the lead with Marc Leishman of Australia. And he still wasn’t entirely happy, although this time with good reason. He hit the ball so well his score could have been so much better.
Martin Laird tied the course record with a 9-under par 63 to hold off Rory McIlory to earn his first win in more than two years at the Texas Open.
Billy Horschel held off an experienced leaderboard to shoot 2-under 70 and take a two-shot lead entering the final round of the Texas Open.
Rory McIlroy matched the low round of the day with a 5-under par 67 on Friday and moved within three shots of the lead, continuing his last-minute preparations for next week’s Masters.
Stewart Cink and Bill Haas wound up with a share of the lead Saturday in the Houston Open, and they have plenty of company.
Steve Wheatcroft, a Monday qualifier for the Houston Open, had another 67 to take the lead among early starters Friday at Redstone Golf Club.
Tiger Woods is back to No. 1 in the world with a game that looks as good as it ever has.