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    With its new Mexico stop, the PGA Tour has lost the beautiful simplicity of its Florida Swing

    Rickie Fowler, your new Honda winner, is among them. Now that he’s won there, it's not about to become his South Florida golf hangout. “We don't make it over here a whole lot just because of how busy it is,” Fowler said on Sunday night, sitting on a press-room riser, his Honda crystal propped between his high-topped feet.

  • Vegas hopes ace propels him to Match Play in Austin
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    Vegas hopes ace propels him to Match Play in Austin

    PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Jhonattan Vegas didn’t win a car for his efforts, but a final-round ace at the Honda Classic boosted his chances of returning to a familiar venue next month. Vegas made a hole-in-one on the 15th hole Sunday, jarring a 6-iron from 179 yards. The shot didn’t win him the Honda vehicle on display behind the tee, though, as Scott Stallings had aced No. 15 during the opening round. It wasn’t a scenario tournament officials expected, given that, prior to Stallings, no one had aced the 15th since the event moved to PGA National in 2007. “I knew that he had beat me to it, but more than a car it’s about playing well,” Vegas said. “It’s a good memory to have.” While the car would