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12:58 PM - Sunday, February 01, 2015
6 hour ago - ESPN / Associated Press
An unrelenting Rory McIlroy secured his second Dubai Desert Classic title in six years with a 2-under 70 in the final round to win by three shots on Sunday.
8 hour ago - Yahoo! News
(Adds details, quotes) DUBAI, Feb 1 (Reuters) - World number one Rory McIlroy coasted home to capture a second Dubai Desert Classic title on Sunday, winning by three shots and finishing on a tournament record equalling 22-under-par. The four-ti . . .
9 hour ago - CBS Sports
With a notable double prize not only within reach, but practically in her grip, teen star Lydia Ko had to settle for half of the spoils Saturday -- though it represented a significant piece of golf history, nonetheless.
6 hour ago - ESPN / Bob Harig
Year's first major just nine weeks away at Augusta National
12 hour ago - NYT
Spain's Alvaro Quiros undertook an 11,000 kilometer (6,800 mile) round trip for a sinus surgery and then recorded his lowest round in 16 months, thanks to the fifth hole-in-one of his career on the final day of the Dubai Desert Classic on Sunday.
1/31/2015 - Bleacher Report / Tyler Brooke
This is probably the best way to celebrate a hole-in-one if you're a fan.During the Waste Management Phoenix Open on Saturday, Francesco Molinari hit an ace on the 16th hole. The fans in attendance went wild, throwing beer cans onto the course. . . .
24 hour ago - Headlines from the Associated Press / Steve Elling
OCALA, Fla. (AP) -- During a closing stretch that featured one of the more tumultuous final hours in recent LPGA Tour history, teen wunderkind Lydia Ko faced a series of tough predicaments. But a query that came after the final round gave h . . .
1/31/2015 - ESPN / Associated Press
Tiger Woods, coming off an 82 for his worst round as a pro, will be out of the top 50 in the world ranking for the first time in more than three years.
20 hour ago - NYT
Seventeen-year-old Lydia Ko of New Zealand became the youngest golfer to hold top spot in the world rankings by tying for second place at the LPGA season-opening Coates Golf Championship in Ocala, Florida, on Saturday.
1/30/2015 - NYT
Lydia Ko shot a seven-under-par 65 in the third round of the Coates Golf Championship in Ocala, Fla., to take the outright lead in the L.P.G.A. Tour’s season opener.
1/30/2015 - USATODAY.com
Phil Mickelson shoots 5-over 76 in rain to miss cut in Phoenix Open         
20 hour ago - NYT / Karen Crouse
After 54 holes, the top 16, led by Martin Laird, includes a cluster of young players who grew up idolizing Tiger Woods, 39, who missed the cut for the tournament.
1/31/2015 - NYT
Darren Clarke is really looking forward to competing in the British Open and U.S. PGA Championship this year because both venues have a special place in his heart.
1/30/2015 - ESPN / Bob Harig
Tiger Woods bogeyed the final hole to shoot the worst 18-hole score of his career with an 82 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open on Friday, missing the cut for the second consecutive event.
1/31/2015 - NYT
People should not read too much into Tiger Woods' disastrous performance at the Phoenix Open, according to his close friend and fellow former British Open champion Darren Clarke.
1/30/2015 - NYT
Stunned golf fans at the Phoenix Open were left to ponder how the mighty have fallen after Tiger Woods plunged to new depths with the worst score of his professional career in Friday's second round.
1/31/2015 - NYT / Bruce Weber
Nagle, an Australian, staved off a rally at St. Andrews in Scotland to deny Arnold Palmer’s attempt to capture his third straight major title, and lost to Gary Player in a memorable playoff at the 1965 United States Open.
1/30/2015 - NYT
The worst round of Tiger Woods’ professional career was a mild surprise rather than a complete shock to most golf insiders.
22 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Kathy Bissell
Depending on whom you listen to, Tiger Woods either needs to go back to Butch Harmon or Hank Haney or just needs more practice. Aaron Oblehoser said on the Golf Channel (h/t Golf Digest's Jone Strege) after the first round of the Waste Managem . . .
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