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Hudson Swafford shot his second straight 7-under par on Friday to take a 1-stroke lead at the halfway point of the CareerBuilder Challenge in La Quinta, California.

Swafford’s 7-under 66 got him to 14-under for the tournament, one stroke ahead of Day One leader Dominic Bozzelli, and Australian Danny Lee, who fired an 8-under 64.

The move on the scoreboard that…

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Martin Kaymer recorded his second straight 66 on Friday to take the lead at the Abu Dhabi Championships through 36 holes.

He’s a step ahead of Spain’s Rafa Cabrera Bello and two ahead of Paul Dunne and Kiradech Aphibarnrat. The former No. 1 got off to a slow start and was 1-over through seven holes. He eagled No. 8 to…

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Justin Thomas is so hot, he’s burning up the PGA record books.

Thomas won the Sony Open in Hawaii last week by shooting a 253, breaking the 14-year-old record for a 72-hole score set by Tommy Armour III (254 at the 2003 Texas Open). He also tied Steve Stricker’s 54-hole record of 188.

Thomas is the second player ever to win…

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If you notice an extra spring in the step of American golfer Phil Mickelson and caddie Jim “Bones” Mackay this weekend at the CareerBuilder Challenge, it’s no illusion – both men are walking pain free.

Mickelson is back from the second of two sports hernia surgeries while Mackay had both of his knees replaced a month ago.

“My knees hurt for…

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Henrik Stenson showed why he’s the No. 1 ranked player in Europe on Thursday, shooting a 64.

“I just want to keep on developing my game, keep on working hard on that and come into the majors well prepared and well rested and try to put myself into contention,” Stenson said.

“I feel like I can make that Claret Jug get…

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It wasn’t another 59 like he posted on Thursday, but his second-day 64 was more than enough to extend Justin Thomas’ lead at the Sony Open in Hawaii on Friday. He shot a 65 on Saturday and leads the tournament by seven strokes going to Sunday’s final round, making him almost a sure thing to win his second straight…

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American Justin Thomas became the seventh man in PGA history to fire a 59, doing so in style with an eagle on  No. 9 to open a four-shot lead at the Sony Open in Hawaii on Thursday.

Thomas won at Maui last week, and was 9-under through 17 holes but landed in a bunker on his drive on 9.  He hit…

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If you’re a golf fan who exists largely in the Twitter-verse, you’re going to like 2017.

The PGA Tour and the social media giant announced that Twitter will live stream the first 60-90 minutes of 31 events, beginning with the CareerBuilder Challenge on January 19.

Terms of the deal were not announced, however, Twitter paid $10 million to live stream 10…

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Jordan Spieth played a round at Augusta National for the first time since falling apart at the 2016 Masters last April, and turned No. 12 from a weakness to a strength.

Spieth was at Augusta to play a round with AT&T Chairman Randall Stephenson and Redpoint Ventures co-founder Randall Stephenson, both club members.

“First time back,” Spieth said of his December…

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The good news: Davis Love III is still spry enough at at age 52 to go snowboarding.

The bad news: His snowboarding accident on Friday will cost him up to three months of golf after he broke his collarbone in three places on Friday in Idaho.

He and son Dru, also a pro golfer, were in Sun Valley, Idaho when the…

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