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  • Adam Scott will stick with long putter even after the anchoring ban starts

    Adam Scott said he will continue to use the long putter, but not keep it anchored to his body

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  • Spieth stumbles out of the blocks at Barclays

    The start of the FedEx Cup playoffs brought out the worst score from Jordan Spieth in three months. In his first tournament as No. 1 in the world, Spieth had a pair of three-putt bogeys, hit a tee shot in the water, shot 40 on his back nine and wound up with a 74 in the opening round of The…

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  • Golf-Dustin Johnson quits The Barclays pro-am with illness

    Dustin Johnson withdrew from The Barclays pro-am midway through his round at Plainfield Country Club in New Jersey on Wednesday due to illness, the PGA Tour said at the opening event of the FedExCup playoffs. Needless to say, he is doing everything possible to be ready for the important weeks…

  • Why is Rory McIlroy skipping the first playoff event?

    Pretty much every big name in golf will be at The Barclays this week in New Jersey as the first of four FedEx Cup Playoff events gets underway. “It's pretty much, did you win East Lake?” Spieth said about how to win the FedEx Cup Playoffs. "East Lake" is the Tour Championship which is the last…

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  • De la Riva sinks last-hole eagle for Czech lead

    Spain's Eduardo de la Riva hit a sensational 18th hole eagle to earn a share of the lead after the first round of the Czech Masters on Thursday. At the 18th, de la Riva holed his long-range approach at the last to finish the opening day on seven under par 65. "It is very good to finish with a two…

  • Jordan Spieth is out here watching Tiger Woods, putting food on the table

    On Tuesday, Spieth joked about the FedEx Cup Playoffs and discussed his fandom when it comes to Tiger Woods. Spieth was off last week during Woods' performance at the Wyndham Championship which everyone watched, it would seem.

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  • Asian Tour says Europe merger will be game-changer for golf

    The merger of two of the world's major golf tours will see the largest shake-up of the professional game since the European Tour was created more than 40 years ago, Asian Tour CEO Mike Kerr told AFP. "I can't think of anything bigger," Kerr said in a phone interview, when asked whether it was…

  • Golf-Four-time winner Jimenez to swing for more at Hong Kong Open

    Spaniard Miguel Angel Jimenez will have his task cut out when he tees off seeking his fifth Hong Kong Open title in October with top players from Europe and America confirming their participation in the $2 million event. The 51-year-old Spaniard will be joined by major winners Justin Rose and…

  • Langer ready to defend his Dick's Sporting Goods Open title

    Since it became a stop on the Champions Tour eight years ago, the Dick's Sporting Goods Open has not had a repeat champion. Bernhard Langer is ready to change that, even without daughter Christina helping call the shots. Anything is possible,'' Langer said as he prepared to begin defense of his…

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  • The race for $10 million gets under way at Plainfield

    EDISON, N.J. (AP) — The points are slightly different for the FedEx Cup playoffs. The principle remains unchanged.

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  • Golf-European Tour Czech Masters scores

    Aug 27 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the European Tour Czech Masters at the par-72 course on Thursday in Prague -7 Renato Paratore (Italy) 65 Eduardo De La Riva (Spain) 65 -6 Thomas Pieters (Belgium) 66 Sam Hutsby (Britain) 66 Matthew Fitzpatrick (Britain) 66 Pelle Edberg (Sweden) 66 -5 Pedro…

  • Austin Connelly turns pro with guidance from Jordan Spieth

    KINGSTON, Ontario – Celebrated amateur Austin Connelly has decided to forgo a collegiate career at the University of Arkansas and will turn professional. The 18-year-old from Irving, Texas – who has dual citizenship with Canada, and was a member of Golf Canada’s National Amateur Team – will make…

  • Tiger 'only going to get better', says niece

    Tiger Woods is well on the way back to becoming a force in the game again after a torrid 2015, his niece Cheyenne Woods told AFP on Wednesday. The LPGA rookie said it had been great to see her famous uncle return to form at the PGA Tour's Wyndham Championships last week and that "he's only going to…

  • Lewis shooting for another LPGA Tour win in Alabama

    Stacy Lewis is ready to finish one spot better. Lewis has been racking up second-place finishes with some regularity since her last win in June 2014. Starting Thursday, she'll revisit the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic where she won in 2012 and finished second to a record-setting Mi Jung Hur last year.

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  • 2013 Champion Tim Burke Sets Sights on 40th World Long Drive Championship

    Burke Creates Successful Work-Life Balance Through Dedication to Discipline ORLANDO, FL / ACCESSWIRE / August 26, 2015 / VisionQuest Wealth Management: As the World Long Drive Champion in 2013, Tim Burke ...

  • Golf-What next for Tiger after a season of struggle?

    This is a tantalising question on the lips of many, including the former world number one himself as he puts his golf clubs away for a while after enduring a dismal PGA Tour campaign. Now ranked a mind-blowing 257th after mainly struggling over the past two years, Woods missed four cuts -- three of…

  • Podcast: How to make the FedExCup finish better

    On this week's podcast, we talk about how to make the FedExCup's Tour Championship finale more compelling

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  • Laurie Rinker wins LPGA T&CP National Championship

    KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) -- Laurie Rinker won the LPGA T&CP National Championship on Wednesday, closing with a 7-under 65 for a four-stroke victory over three-time defending champion Jean Bartholomew and Karen Paolozzi.

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  • Mahan begins long road in the playoffs, with history on side

    Recent history is what gives Hunter Mahan a level of optimism he would not ordinarily have at The Barclays. For the first time in 10 years, he is at risk of ending a PGA Tour season without once finishing in the top three. For the first time in more than six years, Mahan is out of the top 50 in the…

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  • Spain's Rahm-Rodriguez wins top amateur award

    (Reuters) - Spaniard Jon Rahm-Rodriguez, a first-team All-American at Arizona State University, has won the Mark H. McCormack Medal as the leading men's amateur player based on the 2015 World Amateur Golf Ranking. As long as Rahm-Rodriguez maintains his amateur status, he will receive exemptions…