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PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- Sergio Garcia was only 19 when he first challenged Tiger Woods during the final round of the 1999 PGA Championship. Woods nipped the fist-pumping Spaniard — then affectionately known as El Nino — by a shot for a...
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- This time, the putt didn't slip past the hole. This time, Adam Scott's world did not crumble around him by the width of a thumbnail. Ernie Els was right. It wasn't just lip service back in July, at Royal Lytham & St. Annes, when he...
Tags: Ernie Els, Angel Cabrera, Sports, Tiger Woods, Adam Scott
AUGUSTA, Ga. — In one moment, Adam Scott's fists clenched and his neck tendons went taut and out came forever's worth of frustrations. One ball rolled a long way into a cup across a soggy patch of grass, and he shouted down Australia's enduring...
Tags: Angel Cabrera, Marc Leishman, Sports, Tiger Woods, Adam Scott
Keegan Bradley, who won the PGA Championship in 2011 to become the first player to win a major while using a belly putter, is tired of people calling him a cheater in the wake of the U.S. Golf Assn. calling for a ban on the putters. "It's been...
Tags: Ernie Els, PGA Tour, Sports, PGA Championship, Keegan Bradley
The top player in golf isn't in the Northern Trust Open field this week at Riviera Country Club and his name isn't Tiger Woods. Rory Mcllroy, the Northern Ireland four-club clover who is still ahead of No. 2 Woods in the World Golf Rankings, took a...
Scott Stallings, who has an easy smile and a sweet swing, sneaked away with a five-shot lead after three rounds of the Humana Challenge on Saturday. While many were congratulating 39-year-old Stewart Cink on his six-under-par round of 66 that jumped...
Tags: Phil Mickelson, PGA Tour, Sports, Golf, Stewart Cink
Golf celebrates its winners and tortures its losers. It isn't a game, it's a giant thumbscrew. At first glance, Sunday presented the opposite. Everything was idyllic in the California desert, where they play the Humana Challenge (formerly the Bob Hope)...
Tags: Brian Gay, Phil Mickelson, PGA Tour, Charles Howell, Sports
LA JOLLA — On a day ideal for ducks and lawns, the most famous Commodore in pro golf kept smiling and kept his head above water. Brandt Snedeker, the pride of Vanderbilt and the defending champion in this week's Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey...
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This weekend brings a sharp contrast in sports fan viewing. Think of it as the concussive versus the cerebral. Across the country, NFL fans will be relieved at the departure of replacement refs. It will be a time to get back to business as usual —...
Tags: Hunter Mahan, Mike Tyson, Graeme McDowell, England, FedEx Cup
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