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A second witness has given testimony that Robert Allenby fell and hit his head, rather than be abducted last weekend in Honolulu.

Chris Khamis, a 47-year-old homeless man, told the local Hawaiian newspaper that Allenby passed out and hit his head on the pavement, rather than being abducted and getting thrown in the back of a car as the golfer…

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Dustin Johnson will make his official return to the PGA Tour at Torrey Pines next month, his first time competing since he missed the cut at the Canadian Open on July 25, 2014.

Johnson and fiance Paulina Gretzky welcomed a son, Tatum, to the world this past Monday.

Johnson abruptly announced he was taking the rest of the year off last…

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Ryan Palmer rocketed up the leaderboard at the second round of the Humana Challenge on Friday, firing an 11-under 61 to move within three shots of the lead held by Matt Kuchar.

Palmer reached 10-under through 10 holes, which meant he had to go 3-under on the final eight to get to 59, the all-time record. He couldn’t sustain the…

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Who said 13 was an unlucky number?

It proved golden for a quartet of pros tied atop the Qatar Masters leaderboard Friday with matching 13-unders. Marc Warren, Branden Grace, Emiliano Grillo and Bernd Wiesberger are all locked together in a first-place tie.

Warren and Grillo fought their way into the tie by each shooting a 67, while Grace and Wiesberger fired…

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Everyone was looking at Phil, or Dufner, or Keegan, or Billy, or Patrick.

They all forgot about Michael Putnam until he had run right by them. Putnam fired a9-under 63 thanks to a stretch of nine birdies in 11 holes to lead the Humana Challenge by one.

The streak included six straight between No. 12 and 17.

The hot round gave him…

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Already a hero to many on the golf course, now Lee Westwood is one in real life, too.

While vacationing in Barbados, Westwood rescued British millionaire Colin Davies from almost drowning.

Davies, who suffers from Parkinson’s Disease, felt his legs give out as he entered the water for a swim.

“As soon as I entered, I realized I was in trouble. My legs…

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Jack Nicklaus, a near unanimous choice for the greatest golfer of all time, turned 75 on Wednesday. At one point, it seemed Tiger Woods would easily catch the Golden Bear for most career Majors won, but Woods is into his seventh year without one, and Nicklaus still leads the chase 18-14.

To celebrate three-quarters of a century for Nicklaus, here’s…

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Jordan Spieth has signed a new incentive-based contract with Under Armour, even though he had two years left on his existing deal.

The 21-year-old American will wear nothing but Under Amour gear, including shoes, which will be unveiled later this year.

“He’s athletic, he’s young, he has the right character and he wins,” said Ryan Kuehl, senior director of golf for…

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As Tiger Woods gets further away from his infidelity scandal of the last decade, the endorsement deals are slowly returning, even as his Major drought wears on.

On Wednesday, Woods announced via Twitter that he has entered an agreement with Full Swing Golf, a company that makes indoor simulators.

. Woods wrote “Excited to be part of @fullswinggolf. Can’t wait to…

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With the Humana Challenge in full swing Thursday, it’s worth a look back 20 years to the tournament’s timeline to the remarkable 1995, when defending champion Scott Hoch played in perhaps the greatest fivesome of all time for a round – himself, tournament host Bob Hope, former US Presidents Gerald Ford and and George H.W. Bush and then-current US…

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