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Bill Haas held off all comers Sunday, with his final-round 67 good enough to win the Humana Challenge by a single stroke ahead of five others.

A 20-foot birdie putt on the par-4 No. 16 gave Haas the lead, and his brilliant second shot on the 18th set up a two-putt par to give him the title.

His drive on the…

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We received this stunning video taken from the air, highlighting some of the most beautiful golfing vistas we’ve laid eyes on.

Featuring spectacular flyovers of some remarkable holes and general landscapes, this little bit of golf eye candy should get you itching to be back on the course!

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Peter Oosterhuis, one of the most recognizable names in golf television over the past two decades, has announced his retirement.

“Golf has been a big part of my life ever since I was a little boy growing up in England and I thank CBS and Golf Channel for allowing me to continue in the sport after my playing days were…

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Branden Grace rose to third in the latest Race to Dubai standings following his win Saturday at the Qatar Masters.

Grace has 629,654 points, just behind England’s Ross Fisher at 641,062. England’s Danny Willett is the overall leader with 939,270.

The top 60 players will qualify for the year-end “post-season”, which sees significant increases in prize money. Rory McIlroy is the…

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It’ll be anyone’s tournament to win Sunday at the Humana Challenge as four players are tied for the lead and another four sit a stroke back.

One of those in second place is Matt Kuchar, who had the lead until he bogeyed three of the final four holes on Saturday.

Americans Erik Compton, Bill Haas, Justin Thomas and Michael Putnam are…

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Brendan Grace won his sixth European Tour title and second of 2015, edging Marc Warren by a single stroke to win the Qatar Masters on Saturday.

Grace entered the day tied for first with Warren and Bernd Wiesberger. The Austrian shot himself in the foot early with a pair of bogeys in the first three holes, while Warren birdied his…

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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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