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As of Monday, Jason Day will have held the No. 1 ranking in the world for nine straight weeks, nearly one-half the 20 straight that Jordan Spieth put in at the top spot between last November and this March.

Overall, the pair have traded the top spot back and forth six times since Day first took it from Rory McIlroy…

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Rory McIlroy scored his first win of 2016, a three-stroke victory at the Irish Open that gives him 11 professional wins in the last 2-1/2 years.

McIlroy fired a 67-70-70-69 – 276 to finish 12-under, three strokes ahead of Wales’ Bradley Dredge and Scotland’s Russell Knox.

The three-stroke margin of victory was deceiving. McIlroy saw the lead drop to one stroke…

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Sergio Garcia recorded his first PGA win in close to four years, and his first win period in more than two years by defeating Brooks Koepka in a playoff Sunday to win the AT&T  Byron Nelson at the TPC Four Seasons in Irving, Texas.

Garcia caught Kopeka at the wire to force the playoff by firing a final-round 68 to…

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With the phrase “Tiger-esque” being bandied around when his name comes up, here’s a closer look at Jason Day’s recent blitz of the PGA Tour. The scariest part of his dominance over the past 17 events is that he basically stopped playing golf  altogether for a month at year’s end as his wife gave birth to the couple’s first…

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The adjective that every golfer both craves and fears has found its way onto Jason Day.

Tiger-esque.

The 28-year-old Day had it tossed on him repeatedly on Sunday as he went wire to wire to win the The Players Championship at Sawgrass, finishing 15-under.

It’s his seventh win in his last 17 starts, paving the way for him to knock Jordan Spieth…

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Jordan Spieth enthusiasts and the world’s No. 2 player himself insisted there was no connection between his collapse at The Masters last month and a failed attempt at making the cut at The Players Championship this weekend.

Spieth missed the cut by one stroke, shooting 72-71. In his last fives at TPC, he is 4-over. It didn’t help that was…

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James Hahn hadn’t made a cut all year entering the Wells Fargo Championship last Thursday. When he finally did, he came out smelling like a rose.

The 34-year-old native of Seoul, South Korea,took the best advantage of Rickie Fowler’s Day 4 meltdown, edging Roberto Castro on the first hole of a playoff to finish 9-under and cash in on a…

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Zac Blair got a bit bent out of shape after missing a putt during Friday’s second round of the Wells Fargo Championship. The aftermath cost him a spot in the tournament.

Blair broke an obscure rule – use of a non-conforming club (Rule 4-3b) after his putter was ruled out of form. it got that way when he knocked himself…

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It might not have been the classic 72-hole masterpiece, but  Brian Stuard had no problems with the way his first PGA victory panned out.

Stuard defeated Jamie Lovemark and Byeong-Hun An in a playoff to win a rain-shortened Zurich Classic of New Orleans on Monday.

All three men were tied at 15-under through three rounds, with the weather a factor on…

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The mere fact that John Daly, the American player renown for his long drives and long bar tab in the 1990s, has lived long enough to reach 50 years old and qualify for the Champions Tour is a joke in of itself. By making it to 50, as Daly did on Thursday, he clinches a bet once offered by…

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