• Gary Woodland explains WGC-Match Play withdrawal
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    Gary Woodland explains WGC-Match Play withdrawal

    Gary Woodland withdrew from the WGC-Dell Match Play last week. Gary Woodland took to Twitter on Wednesday morning to explain why he withdrew from last week’s WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play in Texas. Initially, Woodland cited a personal family matter when he pulled out, and he has now explained more in depth, sharing the difficult reality that he and his wife, Gabby, have lost one of their two twins during pregnancy.

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    Here Are the 8 Greatest Players in Masters History

    The Masters is arguably the most prestigious tournament in all of professional golf. Speaking of the green jacket and the Champions Locker Room, winning the Masters may be the single greatest accomplishment that an individual golfer can attain. In fact, one great performance at Augusta National Golf Club is often enough to turn a mediocre golfer into one of the biggest names in the sport.

  • #AskAlan: That time I went toe-to-toe with Ernie Els

    #AskAlan: That time I went toe-to-toe with Ernie Els

    At the 2004 U.S. Open, I wrote what I think is one of the better game stories of my career, largely about the complicated dynamics between Els and his countryman Retief Goosen. Els shot a final round 80 at Shinnecock and got smoked by Goosen, and my story captured his frustration. Els’s wife Liezl was unhappy with the story and, being a dutiful husband, Ernie got in my face on the practice putting green at the ensuing PGA Championship.