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10:29 AM - Wednesday, April 23, 2014
5 hour ago - ESPN / Associated Press
There will be a horseshoe grandstand around the 18th green for the first time at a British Open as part of a number of course changes for this year's tournament at Hoylake.
6 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Richard Leivenberg
Patrick Reed, the cherubic young winner of three titles since August, has already learned how quickly the tide can turn on the PGA Tour. He has the unique opportunity to change his public image substantially if he can pull out a win at the Zur . . .
9 hour ago - NYT
World number three Henrik Stenson's bid to kick-start his 2014 campaign at this week's China Open has been hampered by a bout of flu.
2 hour ago - Wei Under Par / Stephanie Wei
The long and difficult road to playing professional golf — and making it to the bigs — is amass with obstacles to overcome. Golfers are bound to encounter challenges, whether they’re health-related and/or financial. For 31-year-old Andrew Parr, . . .
4/22/2014 - Yardbarker
With a 5-under 67 on the final day, Michelle Wie rallied to win the LPGA LOTTE Championship on Saturday. The 24-year-old finished the tournament with a 14-under 274 and the brilliant performance comes on the heels of a runner-up finish at the K . . .
4/21/2014 - USATODAY.com
Beverly Hanson's career in women's golf often overlooked, even in death
10 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Matt Fitzgerald
The Zurich Classic of New Orleans has featured two first-time PGA Tour winners in as many recent years, with TPC Louisiana in Avondale serving as a proving ground of sorts for some of golf's rising talent. One of the biggest stars in this week . . .
4/22/2014 - NYT
Peter Dawson is to retire next year as chief executive of The R&A after 16 years with the governing body in charge of the Rules of Golf and organizing the British Open.
23 hour ago - Golf.com
Tiger Woods' timetable for recovery from back surgery is unclear. If Tiger hasn’t played a tournament before September, would Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson leave Tiger home? It could happen. Plus Michelle Wie's putting stance in the Van Cynical . . .
4/22/2014 - USATODAY.com
Woods creates charity event for amateurs to play Merion, Congressional and other top courses
7 hour ago - Yardbarker
In the words of the great Steve Sitfler, “You two used to bang, and you two are banging now, so this must be awkward.” When it comes to Tiger Woods’ ex-wife Elin Nordegren and his current girlfriend Lindsey Vonn, that is apparently not the case . . .
17 hour ago - ESPN / Associated Press
A beaming Michelle Wie explained her oversized visor as a necessary new addition after recently discovering wrinkles at age 24, then good-naturedly defended her unique, hunched-over putting stroke because Jack Nicklaus uses it.
18 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Mike Dudurich
A U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2 is always a special occasion. But will two U.S. Opens, men's and women's, in back-to-back weeks also be special? How that works is one of the leading storylines, as those national championships are now less than . . .
4/21/2014 - Sports Illustrated
Michelle Wie leads Alan Shipnuck's Heroes list despite the painful hula dance she was forced to perform after winning the Lotte Championship. Zeros? Golf without Tiger Woods and guys over 50 with ponytails not named Miguel Angel Jimenez.
8 hour ago - Yardbarker
Tiger Woods ex-wife, Elin Nordgren, has apparently traded up after dumping Woods.  Nordgren has cultivated a romantic relationship with coal and mining billionaire, Chris Cline, that has become very serious. It appears that Woods was Nordgren’s . . .
13 hour ago - ARMCHAIR GOLF BLOG
Tiger Woods (Allison)IT WAS THE LAST PARAGRAPH OF YESTERDAY'S otherwise distressing statement at TigerWoods.com. Tiger Woods is still focused on two golf milestones set by two golf legends."It's tough right now," Woods said, "but I'm absolutely . . .
4/21/2014 - Bleacher Report / Gabe Zaldivar
Tiger Woods will return to the course at some point, but his recent departure due to injury has some considering what a game devoid of its most iconic figure might do to ratings and the sport's finances. According to one estimate, the doom and . . .
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