1. Colin Montgomerie to Battle Fred Couples and Tom Watson on the Champions Tour

    Colin Montgomerie , one of the most successful players in the history of the European Tour, is coming to America. He’s debuting at the Constellation Senior Players Championship this week in Pittsburgh...

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  2. Tiger Woods: Is His Mystique Coming to a Close?

    Phil Mickelson , Ernie Els and Vijay Singh have overcome Tiger Woods ' presence to win major championships during the Tiger Woods era. Had Woods not been around, each of them would likely be in double digits in majors...

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  3. Phil, Tiger, Luke, Justin and Merion GC Produce a Surprising US Open Champ

    The U.S. Open was like the potpourri category on Jeopardy, everything from English history to agronomy. It was unpredictable. It was a challenge to complete. It was made more difficult than it needed to be...

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  4. Phil Mickelson: Could Backspin Cost Him the US Open?

    ARDMORE, Pa. — Yes, Phil Mickelson has the lead, thanks to a fortuitous birdie at the 17th. But it might have been more of a lead...

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  5. Tiger Woods and the Rough: What Would Happen Without It?

    Yesterday, Tiger Woods winced in pain a few times when hitting balls out of the rough. Several years ago, at the U.S. Open at Oakmont won by Angel Cabrera, Phil Mickelson actually injured his wrist practicing in their rough...

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  6. US Open Prediction: Merion Will Deliver a Quality Winner, Like Phil Mickelson

    Ardmore , Pa. - When he finished his first round, Phil Mickelson probably wished the U.S. Open was an 18-hole tournament because, at that point, he was leading...

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  7. Jack Nicklaus Gives Advice on Preparation for Majors and on Merion GC

    Jack Nicklaus, the man who has won more major championships than anyone, provided an insight to his preparation for those events at the end of The Memorial Tournament...

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  8. World Golf Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony: Best Moments from This Year's Event

    Every World Golf Hall of Fame induction ceremony is different. I've been to all of them since the new facility opened in 1996...

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  9. Tiger Woods and 7 Stats Every Golfer Needs to Know and Understand

    Statistics used to be afterthoughts in golf. Now with Shotlink for the professionals, there’s a new focus on the m . Stats can be important to see how your favorite golfer is playing and why, compared to the rest of the field...

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  10. Graeme McDowell Outduels Webb Simpson on Windy Day at Harbour Town GL

    HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.—Spanish moss was in the air and birds were grounded. Outdoors, by the 10th and 16th fairways, tables were blown over at course-side snack stands...

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  11. Stewart Cink, Jim Furyk, Marc Leishman, Tim Clark on Worst Winds in Golf

    Harbour Town G o lf Links , Hilton Head, S .C.— Tomorrow, it’s predicted to blow at Hilton Head Island. Leads have been lost and tournaments won depending on who got the best of the wind and weather...

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  12. Jason Day Contends as Australian Augusta National Hangover Reaches Hilton Head

    I t’s a different kind of tradition here than The Masters. The RBC Heritage is where golfers come to lick their wounds after getting beaten up by Augusta National...

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  13. Will Masters Officials Undo Good Intentions by Penalizing a 14-Year-Old?

    Sometimes men just need to stop and think. Call Mom, or if she’s not available, a wife or a sister. Get Sylvia Brown or the Long Island Medium and channel somebody...

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  14. Rory McIlroy: Is He More Tiger Woods or More Phil Mickelson?

    When the azaleas are in bloom, it’s a great time to test your knowledge about three favorites for The Masters...

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  15. Why 2013 Masters Is so Crucial for Rory McIlroy

    The 2013 Masters could mark another career turning point for Rory Mcllroy . When the week is done, he could be three legs up on a career Grand Slam. He could also leave disappointed...

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  16. Why Phil Mickelson's Fat Putter Grip Could Be an Advantage at Augusta National

    In golf there are two really bad words. Words that are unspeakable. Not curse words. Regular , ordinary words that make professional golfers quake in their soft spikes or nubs...

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  17. Tiger Woods Meets Rickie Fowler in Colorful and Loud Bay Hill Final

    Watching Tiger Woods is giving me mental whiplash. He hits a good shot. He hits in the water or sand. He misses a putt. He makes a long-par save. Give me a break. Really...

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  18. Tiger Now Versus Tiger Then: Head Games Make the Difference

    From 1997 to 2008, when Tiger Woods crept up a leaderboard, others started falling back. They were sure he could advance and stomp on them. He was sure he could advance and stomp on them...

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  19. Tiger Woods Within Striking Distance at Arnold Palmer Invitational

    Orlando, FL -- Tiger Woods is four back from leader Justin Rose at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. He played with Rose and Ernie Els, and they along with the rest of the morning ...

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  20. Will Tiger Woods Get Back to No. 1 at Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill?

    Tiger Woods is setting his sights on reaching the pinnacle of the men’s game once again. Woods was No. 1 in the world for a total of 623 weeks, off and on, from 1998 to 2010 (mostly on)...

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  21. Doctors Baffled on Snedeker Rib Injuries; He Returns at Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill

    Orlando, FL -- Brandt Snedeker had finished third in the season opener, finished second twice—once to Tiger Woods and once to Phil Mickelson —and won at Pebble Beach...

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  22. Tiger Woods Can Reach No. 1 Ranking with Win at Palmer's Bay Hill

    When Tiger Woods hoisted the WGC Cadillac trophy, no doubt he was enjoying the moment. "It feels good, especially to play that well this entire week, on a difficult setup," he said...

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  23. Woods, Mickelson, Watson, GMAC and More Make for Great Saturday at Doral

    Tiger Woods leads a stellar field at Doral 's Blue Monster. But it's who's chasing that will make Saturday at WGC Cadillac at Doral one of the most exciting days in golf so far this season...

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  24. McIlroy Not 1st nor Last to Walk off Golf Course During Round

    Call him temperamental. Say his Irish is showing. But don't accuse McIlroy of being the only world-class golfer to leave a golf course mid-round or mid-tournament, whether out of frustration or injury...

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  25. Rory McIlroy Withdraws from Honda Classic Citing Toothache

    World No. 1 Rory McIlroy withdrew from the Honda Classic after eight holes in the second round citing problems with a wisdom tooth. McIlroy was seven over par in the second round when the WD occurred...

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