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  • It might have been the most welcome round of 74 in PGA Tour history. It had been 109 days since Tiger Woods last put club to ball on the PGA Tour. Before today, his last competitive round was a...
  • At a time when golf could use a boost, it got one from two of its marquee names: Tiger Woods announced his return to action, proving his ability to move the needle without picking up a club, and...
  • Martin Kaymer dismantled the storied Pinehurst No. 2 layout with a 65-65 start, then put it on cruise control for an eight-shot U.S. Open win that was never, ever in doubt. The weekend's utter...

GolfEquipment

  • Equipment manufacturers have gone back to the future, dusting off some iconic brands with new versions. Adams Golf has resurrected the Tight Lies fairway wood, the club that took the small company to new heights in the 1990s. COBRA Golf has launched a new line of easy-to-hit drivers, fairways,...

The MastersApr 11 - Apr 14, Augusta National Golf Club

  • By Rob Doster, 1 year 3 months ago
    CBS broadcast Ian Baker-Finch summed it up for his elated countrymen: From Down Under to the top of the world.Adam Scott has his long-awaited first major, and Australia has its long-awaited first Masters, all on the strength of an anchored putter that for much of Masters Sunday had been nothing but dead weight for Scott."To make a couple of putts to win The Masters is just an amazing...

The
US OpenJun 13 - Jun 16, Merion Golf Club

The Open ChampionshipJul 18 - Jul 21, Muirfield Golf Links

  • By Rob Doster, 11 months 3 weeks ago
    So Phil Mickelson has finally won an Open. Just not the one we thought he’d win.  One of the greatest rounds in major championship history gave Mickelson his fifth career major, and perhaps the most unlikely: Before Sunday, Mickelson had more career missed cuts at the Open (four) than top 10s (two) and had publicly expressed doubts whether he had the game to win golf’s...

The PGA ChampionshipAug 8 - Aug 11, Oak Hill Country Club

  • By Rob Doster, 11 months 5 days ago
    Jason Dufner looks more like the guy who drives the cage cart at your local driving range than a major champion. He greets clutch birdies like a guy who just found a quarter in the couch cushions.  With a hangdog expression, a slight paunch, a soul patch and a dip of Copenhagen tucked between his lip and gum, Dufner doesn’t electrify like Tiger Woods or inspire like Phil...

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