1. Overgolfed? Sergio Withdraws from Deutsche Bank; Dufner, from Barclays

    Is there such a thing as too much golf or enough money? Apparently there is, if the recent actions of Sergio Garcia and Jason Dufner are any measure...

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  2. Ryder Cup Team: Eight Including Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson Secure Spots

    Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson have earned places on the 2012 Ryder Cup team on points. The announcement was made by the PGA of America after the end of the PGA Championship...

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  3. Phil Mickelson: Reaction to Lefty's PGA Championship Performance

    Another major has come and gone for Phil Mickelson . At age 42, now combating arthritis, with a lot of distracting business interests—including minority ownership of the Padres—and ...

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  4. Rory McIlroy, Vijay Singh, 5 Ahead of Tiger Woods in Delayed PGA Championship

    With co-leader Rory McIlroy through nine holes and the other leader, Vijay Singh, through seven holes, the 2012 PGA Championship was halted Saturday afternoon at 4:32 due to lightning and approaching thunderstorms...

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  5. PGA Championship Leaderboard: Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh, Carl Pettersson on Top

    Blustery conditions shook up a leaderboard that started the day with Carl Petterson in the lead and ended with Tiger Woods , Vijay Singh and Carl Pettersson tied at -4, one stroke ahead of Ian Poulter...

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  6. Phil Mickelson: Recap and Analysis of Lefty's Performance at the PGA Thus Far

    On a day that started with dead-calm air, golfers in the morning wave posted scores in the 60s, but Phil Mickelson , with an afternoon tee time, started poorly, hitting a driver into the crowd left of the first fairway...

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  7. Why Michael Phelps Won't Return to Olympic Swimming in 2016

    There’s been a great deal of speculation about the future of Michael Phelps career in swimming—will he come back or won’t he—after he became the all-time leader in Olympic medals...

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  8. 10 Vital Keys to Success at the 2012 PGA Championship

    1. Waste not, want not. The key to victory will be to stay out of the waste areas. Golfers who are able to do that will not be found wanting. The sand at Kiawah is soft in places, has shells in places and has vegetation growing in places...

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  9. 15 Things That Will and Won't Happen at PGA at Kiawah's Ocean Course

    The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort, site of the PGA Championship has history already. It was built to host The Ryder Cup in 1991...

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  10. Ernie Talks After His British Open Victory; Greg Norman on Adam Scott

    As they say in golf, every shot makes somebody happy. Ernie Els final putt at the British Open showed him that all the work he had done in the last six months was paying off...

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  11. British Open Surprise Winner Ernie Els Overcomes Yips, Tiger Woods, Adam Scott

    Six back after the first nine holes in the final round of the 2012 British Open, Ernie Els proved once again that it’s never over until the last putt drops. “I'm still numb...

    Kathy Bissell Written by Kathy Bissell about over 2 years ago 942 reads 24 comments

  12. British Open 2012: Complete Breakdown of Saturday's Action

    Kathy Bissell In case you missed watching the British Open on Saturday, we’ve summarized it for you: Tiger Woods and Steve Williams were almost together again. Brandt Snedeker finally made bogey...

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  13. Is This Tom Watson's Last Weekend at the British Open?

    Many golfers have played successfully into their 40s, and an exceptional few, like Sam Snead, Art Wall, Fred Funk, Craig Stadler, Jim Barnes and John Barnum have won on the regular PGA Tour in their 50s...

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  14. Phil Mickelson: What Mickelson Must Do at British Open to Cement Legacy

    With disaster reaching up to grab Phil Mickelson in the middle of his round—double bogey, bogey and double bogey at the 7 th , 8 th and 9 th holes—how would his place ...

    Kathy Bissell Written by Kathy Bissell about over 2 years ago 821 reads 1 comments

  15. British Open Odds 2012: Rory McRory McIlroy and Players with Best Chances to Win

    According to odds makers, Tiger Woods is still the best bet to win the British Open, followed by Lee Westwood and Luke Donald. Padraig Harrington and Rory McIlroy are—inexplicably—both at 16 /1...

    Kathy Bissell Written by Kathy Bissell about over 2 years ago 9,636 reads 1 comments

  16. Is Putting the Key to Winning 2012 Open Championship?

    At least the majority of Open Championship winners at Royal Lytham and St. Annes have been great putters. David Duval, in his prime, had a great feel for the greens. Seve Ballesteros never met a putt he couldn’t make...

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  17. Buh Bye PGA Tour Q School

    Kathy Bissell Say it isn ’t so. One of the most nerve-wracking yet egalitarian aspects of professional golf is no more. Q-School — as a path to the PGA Tour — bit the dust today just before noon eastern standard time...

    Kathy Bissell Written by Kathy Bissell about over 2 years ago 1,199 reads 2 comments

  18. Greenbriar No-Names Potter and Kelly Raise Questions About Demise of Q-School

     Some people can only stand to watch golf if Tiger Woods or Phil Mickelson or Rickie Fowler or Bubba Watson or Rory McIlroy are playing...

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  19. Tiger Woods: Does Tiger's Missed Cut Mean Victory at British Open?

    OK, it’s a stupid theory, but the way the year has gone for Tiger Woods , it makes as much sense as anything else...

    Kathy Bissell Written by Kathy Bissell about over 2 years ago 2,225 reads 1 comments

  20. Tiger Woods Proud of Victory and Breaking Nicklaus Record

    Tiger Woods took one more giant step in his march toward history with his victory at the AT&T National, surpassing Jack Nicklaus’ total of 73 PGA Tour titles. Woods now has 74...

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  21. Why Starting PGA Tour in the Fall Is a Great Idea, If Not for Tiger & Phil

    Upgrading regular PGA Tour events is a good thing. Upgrading ones that have been struggling with fall dates and no FedEx points is more than a good thing. It’s a necessary thing if the PGA Tour is to remain the top golf tour in the world...

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  22. Tropical Storm Debbie Turns TPC Sawgrass' 17th Island Green into Actual Island

    Golfers couldn't sink the 17th, but Tropical Storm Debbie finally did what people have wanted to do for decades—she nearly sunk it. According to PGA Tour agronomists : “From Sunday (6/24) at 3 p...

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  23. Fall PGA Tour Gets FedEx Status; Q-School Cards, Undecided

    It’s official. The Fall Series has gone from worst to first. PGA Tour events that occur after the Tour Championship now will have full FedExCup points, which means ...

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  24. US Open 2012: Everything You Need to Know About the Final Round of the US Open

    San Francisco, CA—The jinx lives. The belly putter wins its second major in less than a year. The Second Simpson wins a US Open and becomes World Wide Webb Simpson...

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  25. Notables Packing: McIlroy, Donald, Bubba, DJ, Ryo Ishikawa Miss Cut at US Open

    It’s adding insult to injury. The world’s best came to the US Open in hopes of capturing the title and instead they were slapped around by an unforgiving layout, unforgiving greens, unforgiving rough and unforgiving design...

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