• Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm advance to final at WGC Match Play
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    Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm advance to final at WGC Match Play

    Dustin Johnson finally held up his end of the bargain Sunday morning, setting up a powerful title bout in the Dell Technologies Match Play against Jon Rahm. Johnson was forced beyond the 16th hole for the first time all week in an error-filled finish against Hideto Tanihara of Japan, and the world's No. 1 played didn't escape until he holed an 8-foot par putt on the 18th to preserve a 1-up victory. In his way was Rahm, the rising star from Spain who faced a tough semifinal of his own against Bill Haas before pulling away with three birdies over his last four holes for a 3-and-2 victory.

  • John Daly says it's 'highly unlikely' The Rock hit a 490-yard drive
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    John Daly says it's 'highly unlikely' The Rock hit a 490-yard drive

    If you were skeptical about Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson hitting a 490-yard drive, there’s now an authoritative voice on your side. TMZ caught up with John Daly recently and got to talking with the now PGA Tour Champions player about long drives. That is certainly a topic Long John knows all about, as he was only the longest hitter on the PGA Tour for a decade. (That’s not opinion: Aside from 1994, Daly led the Tour in driving distance every year from 1991 to 2002.) So when he heard about The Rock claiming to have hit a 490-yard drive, Daly offered his analysis. Simply, Daly doesn’t believe the actor’s statement. Long John says this 490-yard drive is “highly unlikely” and he would only believe it

  • Points wins in Puerto Rico; DeChambeau T-2
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    Points wins in Puerto Rico; DeChambeau T-2

    Veteran D.A. Points birdied the 72nd hole at the Puerto Rico Open to seal a two-shot win over a group that included former U.S. Open champ Retief Goosen and rookie Bryson DeChambeau. Points began the day one shot behind Chris Stroud but birdied four of his final six holes to rally for the victory. It's the third of his career and first since the 2013 Shell Houston Open. Points, 40, played off past champion status during the 2015-16 season and had to return to Web.com Tour Finals last fall in order to regain his PGA Tour card. With the win, he's now fully exempt through the 2018-19 season and has spots in the Players Championship, PGA Championship and Tournament of Champions. "I can't even begin