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  • David Feherty not sure Tiger Woods will ever come back

    Golf Channel and NBC analyst David Feherty is unsure Tiger Woods will ever come back from his latest injury.

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  • Jack Nicklaus has endorsed Donald Trump for president

    Nicklaus, who has a relationship with the businessman, believes Trump is shaking things up in the political arena.

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  • Garcia excited by Olympics prospect

    Golf will make its return to the Olympics after a 112-year absence and Sergio Garcia is thrilled at the idea of competing at Rio 2016.

  • Russell Knox gaining confidence going into key stretch

    Russell Knox needed results before he could find confidence, and now his confidence is soaring. Just over six months ago, Knox got in as an alternate for his first World Golf Championship, scrambled to secure a Chinese visa and wound up winning the HSBC Champions in Shanghai. Knox had a one-shot…

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  • Canadian golfer Lyon's roar echoes 112 years on

    After pulling off a massive upset over Chandler Egan, who at the time was a 20-year-old reigning U.S. amateur champion, a playful Lyon turned himself upside-down and walked on his hands to receive his Olympic medal and trophy. "We started talking about it again when it was announced that golf was…

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    Justin Rose Swing Sequence (13 photos)

    A photographic look at Justin Rose’s golf swing from the 2016 Players Championship.

  • Golf-Willett is keeping an eye on Zika before the Olympics

    Danny Willett became the latest golfer to suggest he may skip this year's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, as he evaluates the threat the Zika virus might pose. Earlier this week, world number three Rory McIlroy said he would have to "monitor" the situation with the virus in Brazil, hinting he might…

  • Trump golf course wants to build climate change wall

    An Irish golf course owned by Donald Trump, a climate change denier, has put in a planning application for a sea wall to protect against coastal erosion, citing changing weather as the reason. The US Republican presidential hopeful's Irish holding company TIGL Ireland Enterprises submitted the…

  • Filipino pair reach semifinals of Women's Amateur Four-Ball

    Princess Mary Superal made a 10-foot birdie putt on the final hole to lead her Filipino team into the semifinals of the U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball on Tuesday. Superal and Pauline Del Rosario trailed for the first time all week at Streamsong Resort when Del Rosario made birdie on the tough par-3…

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  • Rank, Christovich reach semifinals of US Amateur Four-Ball

    Garrett Rank of Canada took his shot and scored big Tuesday, making a 6-foot birdie putt on the final hole as the NHL referee and partner Patrick Christovich advanced to the semifinals of the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball. Rank's putt defeated David Kocher and Connor Tendall, and it ended a long day at…

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  • Stanford, Washington meet for NCAA women's title

    Sarah Rhee had nothing to lose and wound up with an unlikely victory Tuesday that sent Washington to the final of the NCAA women's golf championship against defending champion Stanford. Washington trailed in three matches against UCLA, and Rhee was 3 down with three holes remaining against Louise…

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  • Westwood keen to build on Masters showing in Ryder Cup year

    (Reuters) - Former world number one Lee Westwood hopes his strong finish at last month's U.S. Masters proves to be the catalyst for the Briton to get back to his best, adding that poor form had led him to question his ability to compete at the top level. The Briton only just qualified for the…

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    The Grind: A Rory McIlroy sucker bet & Jordan Spieth's birthday message to his girlfriend

    Alex Myers discusses a Rory McIlroy sucker bet, Jordan Spieth's birthday message to his girlfriend, and a wild Vegas bachelor party.

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  • Moore, An and Fitzpatrick earn U.S. Open exemptions

    (Reuters) - Former U.S. amateur champions Ryan Moore, An Byeong-hun and Matthew Fitzpatrick are among 27 players who have earned full exemptions into next month's U.S. Open at Oakmont, the United States Golf Association said on Tuesday. All 27 exemptions were awarded to golfers ranked in the…

  • Power rankings: Dean & DeLuca Invitational

    The tournament at Colonial in Ft. Worth, Texas, may have a new name, but familiar names lead our power rankings.

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  • Korean golfer An aiming to overtake Olympian parents

    South Korea's Byeong Hun An is aiming to go one better than his parents if he qualifies for August's Olympic golf tournament in Brazil. An’s father Ahn Jae-Hyung won a bronze medal in table tennis at the Seoul games in 1988 and his mother Jiao Zhimin won a silver in the same pursuit. An is back at…

  • Ivanka Trump Shows Off Her Golf Swing at Trump Bedminster

    Ivanka Trump showed off her golf skills on Instagram yesterday as a promotion for the 2017 U.S. Women's Open at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. Ivanka, the oldest daughter of the real estate mogul and presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, was joined by LPGA stars…

  • Rory McIlroy concerned about Zika ahead of Olympics

    Rory McIlroy has concerns about the Zika virus as he prepares to play at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. ''I have been reading a lot of reports about Zika and there have been some articles coming out saying that it might be worse than they're saying and I have to monitor that situation,'' McIlroy told…

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  • Trump proposes wall to protect golf resort from rising seas

    Donald Trump wants to build another huge wall, this time to keep out the rising seas threatening to swamp his luxury golf resort in Ireland. The Republican presidential candidate has called climate change a ''con job'' and a ''hoax.'' But in an application filed this month in County Clare, Ireland,…

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  • Wentworth still a great event despite no shows, Kaymer says

    By Tony Jimenez LONDON (Reuters) - Double major winner Martin Kaymer has hit back at suggestions that this week's BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth has lost some of its razzle-dazzle, calling it a first-class event with "a massive history". "There are better courses in England, that's for sure, but…