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  • Jan15

    Woody Austin, Mark Mulder win Diamond Resorts Invitational

    Woody Austin completed a wire-to-wire victory Sunday in the Diamond Resorts Invitational and former pitcher Mark Mulder took the celebrity title.
  • Justin Thomas caps off record week with trophy at Sony Open

    Challenged only by the record book, Justin Thomas won the Sony Open on Sunday with the lowest 72-hole score in PGA Tour history.
  • Jan14

    Graeme Storm stays calm to lead Rory McIlroy by 3 shots at SA Open

    Graeme Storm will take a three-shot lead into the final round of the SA Open as he bids for his first European Tour title in 10 years. The Englishman turned in a third-round 67, the same as Rory McIlroy, who moved into second to set up an intriguing fight on Sunday.
  • Jan13

    Justin Thomas sets 36-hole record and leads by 5

    Justin Thomas finished with another eagle and got into the PGA Tour record book again. Thomas holed an 8-foot putt on the par-5 18th for a 64 to set the 36-hole scoring record at 123.
  • Rory McIlroy hurts his back, finishes round at SA Open

    Rory McIlroy stayed close to the leaders at the SA Open on Friday despite hurting his back. The second-ranked Northern Irishman (68) made five birdies on the first six holes of the back nine but bogeyed the final two to finish in a five-way tie for fifth after two rounds.
  • Jan12

    Justin Thomas shoots 59 to join exclusive group

    Fresh of his victory on Maui, Justin Thomas became the seventh player to join the “59 Club” on the PGA Tour when he made a 15-foot eagle putt on his last hole Thursday at the Sony Open in Honolulu for an 11-under-par 59.
  • Jan11

    Kyle Thompson wins windy Web.com opener in Bahamas

    Kyle Thompson won the Web.com Tour’s season-opening The Bahamas Great Exuma Classic on Wednesday at wind-swept Sandals Emerald Bay.
  • Jan10

    Golf notes: Morgan Pressel goes over $1 million again with cancer charity

    Morgan Pressel went over $1 million in raising money for cancer from her charity tournament. “Morgan and Friends” now has raised $6.5 million in 10 years.
  • Jan08

    Justin Thomas holds on to beat Hideki Matsuyama at Kapalua

    Justin Thomas had to sweat it out more than he wanted to enjoy that view down the 18th hole at Kapalua on Sunday.
  • Jan07

    Justin Thomas takes 2-shot lead over Hideki Matsuyama in Kapalua

    Justin Thomas took the lead by driving the 14th green for an eagle and had his third straight round of 6-under 67 for a two-shot margin going into the final round of the SBS Tournament of Champions. Right behind was Hideki Matsuyama of Japan, who has won four of his last five tournaments dating to Oct. 16 at the Japan Open.
  • Jan06

    Ryan Moore, Justin Thomas share lead at Kapalua

    Ryan Moore and Justin Thomas finished strong Friday and shared the lead going into the weekend at the SBS Tournament of Championship. Moore birdied four of his last five holes. Thomas finished with two straight birdies.
  • Jan04

    A clean slate and a fresh start for Jordan Spieth

    Three victories around the world. A chance to win another major. Jordan Spieth had every reason to celebrate his year. Part of him, however, couldn’t wait for it to end.
  • Jordan Spieth gets his revenge on 12th at Augusta 8 months later

    Jordan Spieth hit 8-iron over the bunker on the 12th hole at Augusta National. He made the 15-foot birdie putt and raised his arms in celebration. Too bad this was December and not at the Masters. Spieth said his return to Augusta National last month at least brought him a small measure of redemption.
  • Tiger Woods to start new year at Torrey Pines

    Tiger Woods is starting the new year at a familiar place – Torrey Pines, where he has won eight times as a pro. The Farmers Insurance Open announced Wednesday that Woods has committed to playing Jan. 26-29. It will be his first official PGA Tour event since he tied for 10th in the Wyndham Championship in August 2015.
  • Dec16

    Jack Nicklaus keeps busy with project in Turkmenistan

    Jack Nicklaus has been designing and building golf courses around the world for the last four decades, and most of his work has been overseas during the last 10 years. But his latest project in Turkmenistan is as intriguing as any of them.
  • Dec15

    Tiger Woods signs deal to play with new golf ball

    One tournament into his return was all Tiger Woods needed to strike a deal with Bridgestone to play its golf ball. Bridgestone Golf said Thursday it has signed Woods to a multi-year agreement in which he will play and promote the golf ball.
  • Dec13

    Tiger Woods returning to Riviera Country Club

    Tiger Woods is returning to Riviera Country Club for the first time since 2006 to play the Genesis Open in February. He announced Tuesday that he will play in the event from Feb. 13-19 that benefits his foundation.
  • On the Fringe: Major champions and their major moments

    The long and short of every golf season is defined by major championships. This year brought a collapse at the Masters, chaos over a ruling at the U.S. Open, a duel at the British Open and a marathon at the PGA Championship. There were signature shots from each, and a shot that held particular significance to each winner.
  • Dec10

    Harris English, Matt Kuchar win Shootout

    Harris English and Matt Kuchar won the Franklin Templeton Shootout on Saturday, holding off Wisconsin friends Steve Stricker and Jerry Kelly by a stroke at Tiburon. English and Kuchar also won in 2013 in their first start together and finished second the last two years.
  • Dec09

    Harris English, Matt Kuchar take Shootout lead

    Harris English and Matt Kuchar shot a 6-under 66 in modified alternate shot play Friday to take the second-round lead in the Franklin Templeton Shootout. English and Kuchar were at 21 under at Tiburon after opening with a 57 on Thursday in the scramble round.