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  • Answering every big Tiger question as he starts Year 2 of the comeback
    Did we see the best of the new Tiger last year or should we expect even more this year? Our experts predict whether he will win again and whether this is the year he adds another major.

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  • Can Tiger Woods get to No. 1 again?
    The question seems preposterous, given how far Tiger Woods had fallen. It won't be easy, but it's not impossible, either.

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  • Inside Tiger Woods' 2018-19 season
    Tiger is coming off a big year. Now what? As he starts his 2019 season this week at Torrey Pines, we track his every movement.

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  • Tiger excited about '19: 'I know what I can do'
    Tiger Woods, who capped his comeback 2018 season from spinal fusion surgery with a win at the Tour Championship, says he has a "better understanding" of what he can do in 2019.

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  • Li accepts spot in Augusta Women's Amateur
    Lucy Li is among 66 players to accept a spot in the field for the inaugural Augusta National Women's Amateur.

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  • Ji survives elements to win LPGA Tour opener
    Eun-Hee Ji of South Korea outlasted the cold and wind to close with a 1-under 70 and win the Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions by two shots Sunday in the LPGA Tour season opener.

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  • Ortiz's Latin America win nets Masters spot
    Alvaro Ortiz of Mexico refused to let a third chance at the Masters slip away from him Sunday in the Latin American Amateur Championship.

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  • Lehman gets Champions win as Toms falters late
    Tom Lehman closed with his second straight 7-under 65 for a one-stroke win over David Toms in the PGA Tour Champions' season opener in Hawaii on Saturday.

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  • Mickelson to skip hometown Torrey Pines event
    For the first time in his professional career, Phil Mickelson will skip his hometown PGA Tour event, the Farmers Insurance Open.

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  • Lowry wins Abu Dhabi Championship
    Shane Lowry won the Abu Dhabi Championship after being taken to the final hole Saturday.

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  • Long downs Mickelson, Hadwin with birdie on 18
    Adam Long bounced around golf's backwoods for years, winning only a lone Hooters Tour event. Now, he's headed to the Masters as a PGA Tour winner.

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  • Matty & The Caddie
    Matty and the Caddie talk about the new rules of golf after the first week in play and what to expect from Xander Schauffele after his win. Plus, another epic pronunciation battle.

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  • How golf rules and spike marks started a European Tour Twitter feud
    Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano has been holding onto a grudge against Simon Dyson for years. He decided it was time to air it out.

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  • Breaking down the crowded field for No. 1 golfer in the world
    Every week it seems to change. So who can make the move and become No. 1? And who has the best chance to stay there?

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  • Kuchar rallies to win Sony Open by four strokes
    Matt Kuchar overcame three early bogeys that cost him the lead with flawless golf and two key birdies on the back nine to close with a 4-under 66 and win the Sony Open for his second PGA Tour title this season.

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  • Seeing the future: The next year in golf for Tiger, Rory and so many more
    Tiger won't win a major. Brooks Koepka will win two more. Tommy Fleetwood will cut his hair. Michael Collins went out on a limb. You want to go with him?

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  • LaCava wouldn't take other jobs with Tiger out
    Caddie Joe LaCava said he wouldn't take other jobs while Tiger Woods was sidelined, forgoing opportunities to work for other players.

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  • Jordan Spieth, a down year, the yips and what comes next
    A world-class putter and a reliable swing disappeared on Jordan Spieth in 2018. Now he starts 2019 hoping to find the answers.

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  • Watch Justin Timberlake go all 'Happy Gilmore' with his golf swing
    There are many ways to swing a golf club. Some good, some bad. Justin Timberlake has another way.

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  • Schauffele ties course record to win at Kapalua
    Xander Schauffele never had a better round or a more peculiar ending.

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  • The Dominant 20: We rank the best athletes of 2018
    Comebacks? Records? Those are nice. But Peter Keating says the 20 most dominant athletes of 2018 made our list by redefining the impossible.

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  • Kisner on Reed's former teammates: 'They all hate him'
    Kevin Kisner was clear to Golf Digest: Patrick Reed doesn't have any friends from his old days at Georgia and Augusta State. Kisner did not hold back.

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  • PGA Tour's first event of 2019 might make sense for Tiger
    Tiger Woods won't play as much as he did in 2018, which -- considering the schedule -- is why he could be in Hawaii in January.

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  • Woods plans out 2019 after second-to-last finish in Bahamas
    Tiger Woods wasn't apologizing Sunday after finishing well behind winner Jon Rahm at the Hero World Challenge and barely avoiding last place.

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  • Norman duel, rare loss still fresh in Tiger's mind
    The United States' one and only Presidents Cup loss to the Internationals 20 years ago still burns for Tiger Woods as he prepares to captain the U.S. team for the first time at the 2019 event in Melbourne.

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  • Tireless Shubhankar Sharma proves he is the real deal
    Last year, it may have been easy to dismiss Shubhankar Sharma as a fluke. Now, at the end of a hectic 2018, he is the No.1 player in Asia, and will be awarded the Order of Merit.

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  • Rahm pulls away to win World Challenge by 4
    Jon Rahm turned a potential shootout into a Bahamas breeze on Sunday, closing with a 7-under 65 for a four-shot victory in the Hero World Challenge.

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  • Tiger didn't know he hit ball twice, avoids penalty
    Instant replay showed that Tiger Woods hit his ball twice during a shot at the Hero World Challenge, but because it wasn't "visible to the naked eye," no penalty was assessed.

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  • He's back ... now what? The next step for Tiger Woods
    Tiger surprised everyone, maybe even himself, with his successful return to the big stage. What should we expect as he begins the next chapter?

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  • Why 'The Match' missed the mark -- over and over
    The Match needed Tiger and Phil to be Tiger and Phil. Instead, we got 22 holes of so-so golf from the sport's two biggest names.

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  • How Phil beat Tiger: A look at all 22 holes
    It took extra time, an invented hole and floodlights, but Phil Mickelson beat Tiger Woods in 22 holes to take home $9 million.

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  • Sorry, Tiger and Phil, these are the matches we'd rather see
    Tiger and Phil is nice and all. But if we are going to plunk down cash, we have some other matchups in mind.

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  • Rory's schedule shift could cost him a chance to be Ryder Cup captain
    Rory McIlroy wants to focus on the majors, which means playing more in the United States and less in Europe. The fallout? It might cost him the chance to be a Ryder Cup captain.

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  • That time Steph Curry got his hands on the U.S. Open trophy
    Steph Curry's love for golf is no secret. But you have to see the look on his face when he gets up close with the U.S. Open trophy.

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  • He called shots and he took shots, now Johnny Miller calls it a career
    The colorful Miller is retiring after three decades calling golf for NBC -- his last tournament will be the Phoenix Open in early 2019.

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  • 'Team player' Miller to retire as NBC analyst
    After 29 years in the booth, NBC analyst Johnny Miller will retire after the Waste Management Phoenix Open in February. He will be replaced by Paul Azinger, a source told ESPN.

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  • Brooks Koepka and the wild year no one saw coming
    Brooks Koepka might not get the fanfare he thinks he deserves, but let's be honest, he doesn't do boring. His year was punctuated by injury, two major titles, 10 days of endless drama and a player of the year award.

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  • Mickelson: Ryder Cup setup 'almost unplayable'
    Phil Mickelson voiced his displeasure about the course setup at the Ryder Cup, especially the rough, which he called "almost unplayable" and "a waste of my time."

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  • Koepka denies DJ fight, says team was 'fine'
    Brooks Koepka has denied getting into a fight with Ryder Cup teammate Dustin Johnson and has defended the camaraderie of the U.S. team.

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  • Tiny oral history: Golf's most dangerous par of 2018
    It's not often that pro golfers ask for emergency assistance during a tournament. But that's exactly what young pro Talor Gooch needed back in April, when three alligators got a little too interested in one of his shots.

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  • How Tiger Woods improbably became Tiger Woods again
    A year ago, even Tiger Woods thought he might be done. That's why, in terms of golf, watching what happened this year has been something to see.

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  • It’s official: After ups and downs, Tiger is back
    On Sunday at the Tour Championship, five years removed from his last win and after multiple surgeries and scandals, Tiger Woods summoned his greatness one more time.

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  • The holes that defined golf's major championships
    From Phil's mess at the U.S. Open, to Tiger's charge at the PGA, to Brooks Koepka standing tall twice under pressure, this year's majors didn't lack drama.

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