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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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  • Kuchar earns first PGA Tour win in over 4 years
    Matt Kuchar ended more than four years without a PGA Tour victory Sunday by closing with a 2-under 69 and holding up through a few nervous moments down the stretch to win the Mayakoba Golf Classic.

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  • McIlroy won't be Euro member, to focus on PGA
    Rory McIlroy is set to give up European Tour membership in 2019 to focus on the U.S. PGA Tour.

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  • Singh wins last event, giving Langer Schwab Cup
    Bernhard Langer celebrated his fifth Charles Schwab Cup with his wife and friends, a glass of red wine in his hand.

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  • Westwood storms to victory at Nedbank
    Lee Westwood bagged five birdies on his back nine to storm to victory in the Nedbank Golf Challenge, his first title on the European Tour for four years.

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  • Whaley elected PGA of America's 1st female prez
    Suzy Whaley was elected as the PGA of America's first female president at the association's annual meeting on Friday. Whaley served as vice president the past two years.

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  • Lopez holds off Jutanugarn to win Blue Bay title
    Gaby Lopez bogeyed the last two holes Saturday but held on for a one-shot victory over Ariya Jutanugarn in the Blue Bay tournament in China.

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  • Tiger to host 16 of top players in Bahamas
    Tiger Woods will host 16 of the world's top players at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas starting Nov. 29.

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  • DeChambeau injures hand at hockey game
    Bryson DeChambeau rang the siren at Saturday's Golden Knights game a little too enthusiastically and ended up with a blister. But he gutted it out and still won the Shriners Open on Sunday. "Just hurt on every shot," he said.

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  • Justin Rose's odd relationship with being No. 1
    Justin Rose is No. 1 in the world -- for now. He'll give it back to Brooks Koepka next week. But that's how things go for Rose, who finds odd ways to get the top spot before giving it up.

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  • When old pro golfers try to do the Fortnite dances
    PGA Tour Champions players somehow got talked into doing the Fortnite dances. Watch what happens next.

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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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  • What Tiger Woods' schedule could (and should) look like
    Tiger is ready to turn his attention to where and when he will play this coming season. We decided to help him out.

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  • Player backs Tiger for more majors if he can stay fit
    Gary Player believes Tiger Woods' chances of adding to his 14 major wins, and of chasing down Jack Nicklaus' record of 18, is not in doubt if he can put behind him the crippling injury problems of the past decade.

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  • Gary Player: Amateurs key to grow golf
    "The pro is not that important," the South African golf legend says. It's the average person who comes to the course, to enjoy the game and have fun. That is key."

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  • Rory McIlroy will tee off with defending champion
    The former world No. 1 has not contested Africa's Major' since 2009, when he withdraw from the tournament with a stomach virus after 36 holes.

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  • Schauffele wins HSBC for American WGC sweep
    Xander Schauffele gave the Americans a sweep of the World Golf Championships and quickly put a winless sophomore season behind him.

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  • Koepka golf's new No. 1 with CJ Cup victory
    Brooks Koepka is golf's new No. 1 after winning the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges on Sunday by four strokes.

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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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  • The inevitable drama that comes with losing a Ryder Cup
    The U.S. had an ugly week in Paris. And since the event has ended, things have only gotten uglier. But this is what happens when either team loses -- second-guessing, bickering and drama.

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  • After a big year, Tiger Woods needs some rest
    Tiger Woods returned to the large stage this year. Despite a poor Ryder Cup, the feeling of accomplishment will come. First, it's time to put the clubs down for a while.

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  • Day 3 at the Ryder Cup: Europe wins the Ryder Cup
    Europe entered the final day of the Ryder Cup with a four-point lead. On Sunday, in singles, it continued its long streak of dominance at home, defeating the Americans.

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  • Bjorn's united Europeans spark a party in Paris
    A team of underdogs rallied brilliantly for a common cause, with wild celebrations ringing long into the French night.

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  • Why we love Tommy Fleetwood, Ian Poulter more after Ryder Cup celebrations
    From Tommy Fleetwood's victory lap to Ian Poulter's wardrobe change, Team Europe heartily celebrated its victory against Team USA at the Ryder Cup.

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  • Quiet please? Pfft. This is Ryder Cup
    Singing, dancing, cheering. Oh, and jeering -- lots of it. Welcome to Ryder Cup and all its glory.

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  • 'You never get comfortable with it' -- Players tell all about first-tee nerves
    Tension is guaranteed when Ryder Cup players -- be they veterans or rookies -- hit their first tee shot in front of massive galleries at Le Golf National.

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  • Michael Collins is in France ... what could go wrong?!
    Golf mania shifts from the Tour Championship in the States to Ryder Cup in France, and our own Michael Collins is taking it all in. Ready to take a ride along with America's Caddie?

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  • Molinari: 'There's more pressure in the Ryder Cup than The Open -- it's not even close'
    A frank conversation with his coaches and mentors turned Francesco Molinari into a major champion, but he knows that the Ryder Cup is a different level of pressure.

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  • What's in the bag? Could be food, a football or even tequila
    Sure, there are golf balls and tees and gloves and rain gear. But you'd be surprised at what else you'll find inside a professional's golf bag.

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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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  • 'Tiger is the needle': Golf legends, NBA stars among many to congratulate Woods
    Tiger Woods won his first tournament in over five years. And the sports world celebrated ... just a little.

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  • Tiger's back: The best comebacks across sports
    Tiger Woods just won his first tournament in five years, which got us thinking ... what other sports comebacks can compare?

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  • Stanford wins first career Major at Evian
    Angela Stanford ended her long wait for a first major title when her 3-under 68 was enough to win the Evian Championship by one shot Sunday after long-time leader Amy Olson made double-bogey on the 18th.

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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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  • Tiger-Phil $9M match to air on PPV on Nov. 23
    Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will meet in a winner-take-all $9 million match-play event on Nov. 23 at Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas.

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  • Tiger vs. Phil is the heavyweight fight we all want to see
    No, Tiger and Phil aren't in their primes. Ian O'Connor's response to that: Who cares? A winner-take-all, $9 million grudge match is good for them, golf and us.

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  • Tale of the tape: Tiger Woods versus Phil Mickelson
    A head-to-head showdown between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson for $9 million? Yes, please ... especially when you look at their history.

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  • Tiger thought he 'was done' at 2017 Masters
    Tiger Woods thought he "was done" with golf at the '17 Masters champions dinner -- prior to spinal fusion surgery. Said Woods: "I had no golf in my future at that 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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  • Brooks Koepka wasn't losing to anyone, not even Tiger Woods
    Brooks Koepka understood the feel-good story, the one everyone wanted. On Sunday at the PGA Championship, he just wasn't going to allow it to happen.

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  • How Brooks Koepka outlasted a stacked leaderboard to win the PGA
    A lot of players had a chance to win the PGA Championship. Here's why Brooks Koepka did and Tiger Woods and some others didn't.

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  • Lyle, 36, chooses to stop leukemia treatment
    Australian golfer Jarrod Lyle has opted not to seek further treatment in his long fight against leukemia and will receive palliative care at home, his family announced late Tuesday.

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  • The story behind the Phil Mickelson ad you can't stop watching
    The star golfer showed off his unknown dance moves in a now-viral ad for the clothing company Mizzen+Main.

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