• Johnny Miller: Rickie Fowler hasn't learned to finish Sundays 'like a true champion'
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    Johnny Miller: Rickie Fowler hasn't learned to finish Sundays 'like a true champion'

    Rickie Fowler picked up his fourth career PGA Tour victory on Sunday, but it wasn't as smooth as the four-stroke barrier indicates. He started the day with a four-shot lead and won the Honda Classic by that much, but Fowler, who was 0 for 4 in converting 54-hole leads or co-leads entering Sunday, shot a two-over 37 on the front nine and saw his lead slip to one at times. "He hasn't learned how to do that yet." In his press conference, Fowler was asked specifically about Miller's comments. "Well, I started with a four-shot lead and I still won by four, so I didn't play great," he said. A win's a win." It was Fowler's first win since the 2015 Deutsche Bank Championship.

  • Nicklaus says Woods' status is puzzling
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    Nicklaus says Woods' status is puzzling

    Jack Nicklaus says he was ''painting a picture'' when he suggested after a practice round with Tiger Woods at the 1996 Masters that Woods had the game to win at least 10 green jackets. In an interview before making an appearance in the NBC Sports broadcast booth, Nicklaus was raving about the growing number of young players who can win major championships. ''And now, I don't know about Tiger,'' Nicklaus said.

  • Pat Perez signs equipment deal with PXG
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    Pat Perez signs equipment deal with PXG

    There’s not an iron on the planet that can hold a candle to PXG." PXG has now added five notable players to its roster this season including Perez and LPGA stars Lydia Ko, Brittany Lang, Ryan O’Toole and Christina Kim. "Pat’s a guy who doesn’t back down," said PXG founder Bob Parsons.