1. US Open Field 2014: Golfers to Watch on Day 2

    It looked like the best golfers in the U.S. Open field would be tightly bunched at the top of the leaderboard at one or two under until the dregs of the first round. However, Martin Kaymer, who teed off just before 2 p...

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  2. US Open Field 2014: Golfers to Watch on Day 1

    The U.S. Open field is full of quality golfers. Included are 10 past U.S. Open champions, 28 of the top 30 in the current FedEx Cup standings, nine of the top 10 in the Official World Golf Ranking and 22 players with PGA Tour wins this season...

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  3. US Open Golf Favorites 2014: Championship Odds for Top Players

    Fact: The 10 highest-ranked golfers in the Official World Golf Ranking are the top players in golf across the past 104 weeks. With the first round of the 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst No...

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  4. Ranking the Top 25 Golfers Heading into the 2014 US Open

    U.S. Open week is upon us. Ben Crane's win at the soggy FedEx St. Jude Classic wrapped up the preliminary festivities. The Official World Golf Ranking is set, as are the FedEx Cup standings...

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  5. Golfers Who Have Experienced the Most Heartbreak at the US Open

    Heartbreak at the U.S. Open is as common as tight fairways, baked-out greens and penal rough. That is to say, pretty darn prevalent...

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  6. Stock Watch for Golf's Top Stars 1 Week from 2014 US Open

    The 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2 is two weeks away. The world's best golfers are either resting, calibrating and game-planning this week or teeing it up at the FedEx St. Jude Classic...

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  7. Memorial Tournament 2014: Winners and Losers from Muirfield Village

    Hideki Matsuyama became the fifth player to win the Memorial Tournament in his first attempt. He also became the fourth Japanese-born player to win on the PGA Tour with his playoff victory over Kevin Na...

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  8. The Best Quotes from the 2014 PGA Tour so Far

    We haven't had any deer antler spray or fried chicken remarks during the 2014 PGA Tour season. Nor have we been party to Phil Mickelson bemoaning his tax situation...

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  9. Early Storylines Emerging Ahead of the 2014 US Open

    The 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst is now just a few weeks away. The majority of the game’s best golfers will tee it up at the Memorial Tournament this week and then shut it down ...

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  10. Ranking the 10 Most Dominant Reigns as World No. 1 in Golf History

    In the nearly 20-year history of the Official World Golf Ranking, 17 golfers have earned the title of world No. 1. Most recently, Adam Scott deposed Tiger Woods to take over the top position in the ranking...

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  11. 2014 Crowne Plaza Invitational: Winners and Losers from Colonial

    Adam Scott raised the 11th trophy of his PGA Tour career at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. The three-hole playoff between Scott and Jason Dufner made the latter a loser but produced another winner you'll discover as you read on...

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  12. The Top Feel-Good Storylines from the PGA Tour in 2014

    Feel-good stories in sports in general, and in golf in particular, seem few and far between sometimes. The 2014 golf season has been defined by stories such as Tiger Woods ' poor ...

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  13. Why Miguel Angel Jimenez Is the Most Interesting Man in Golf

    In labeling Miguel Angel Jimenez the “Most Interesting Golfer in the World,” the gray-bearded elephant in the room is, of course, Dos Equis’ “Most Interesting Man in the World...

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  14. Ranking the Most Lackluster World No. 1s in Golf History

    There have been 17 No. 1s in the nearly 20-year history of the the Official World Golf Ranking. Not all of the 17 players have had the distinguished career of, say, Tiger Woods ...

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  15. 2014 Byron Nelson Championship: Winners and Losers from TPC Four Seasons

    The Byron Nelson Championship is the first half of the brief Texas swing prior to the Memorial Tournament. As the tour's best continue to refine their games and jockey for position ahead of the U...

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  16. Ranking the Worst Current Slumps on the PGA Tour

    There are some significant slumps on the PGA Tour right now. With all due respect to the likes of John Daly and David Duval (who, truthfully, is rebuilding his game), the slumps of ...

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  17. Stock Watch for Golf's Top Stars After 2014 Players Championship

    On the floor of our PGA Tour Stock Exchange, shares of the world's best golfers are trading hands following Martin Kaymer 's win at the The Players...

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  18. 2014 Players Championship: Winners and Losers from TPC Sawgrass

    Whether you were rooting for a Jordan Spieth or Martin Kaymer win at the Players Championship, you'd have to concede that the final round never lacked for excitement, although it was occasionally of the "rubbernecking at a car accident" variety...

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  19. Stock Watch for Golf's Top Stars Ahead of 2014 Players Championship

    The tour's biggest stars have met with mixed results so far this season. Heading into The Players Championship, the biggest draws in professional golf will be looking to do a variety of things...

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  20. 10 Storylines to Follow at the 2014 Players Championship

    Entering The Players Championship, a variety of threads are being weaved into the pressed polo shirt that is the PGA Tour. Some of the narratives relate to Pete Dye's TPC Sawgrass itself...

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  21. Dark Horses to Watch at the 2014 Players Championship

    The favorites this week at the Players Championship are a predictable lot: Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson , Jim Furyk, Lee Westwood, Justin Rose, etc...

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  22. Wells Fargo Championship 2014: Winners and Losers from Quail Hollow

    As he stood on the 18th tee with a two-stroke lead during the final round at Quail Hollow, J.B. Holmes made a sincere effort to add his name to the "loser" column on this list when ...

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  23. Pros and Cons of Parity Becoming the New Norm in Golf

    Parity, and the progress toward parity, on the PGA Tour is a mixed blessing to be sure. However, as the Tiger Woods era begins to wane (Woods is 38), the next generation of golf stars has started to emerge...

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  24. Predicting the Official World Golf Ranking's Top 10 in 5 Years

    In the Official World Golf Ranking, as in popular perception, nothing is more important than winning majors. Thus, the agreed-upon standard for determining who the best golfer in the world is involves assigning the most ranking points to a major victory.

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  25. Golfers Most in Need of a Strong Performance Before the 2014 US Open

    The U.S. Open at Pinehurst is a little over a month-and-a-half away. The best golfers in the world have put their performances at the first major of the year behind them and are beginning ...

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