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The Shell Houston Open (SHO) is a paradox every year, loved by some golfers, ignored by others. For those like Tiger Woods, it’s always been a non-play. With the Masters always coming the week after the SHO, this is a week that plenty of pros use to rest up from the busy early-season schedule, and fine tune their games…

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The Shell Houston Open plays host to the PGA TOUR this week for the final event before the season’s opening major, The Masters. Last year saw Matt Jones win his first PGA TOUR event in spectacular fashion. On the first playoff hole he chipped in from 42-yards for birdie to defeat Matt Kuchar, and got that special invitation to…

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March 31

Andrew Oldcorn, three-time European Tour winner, turns 55. Oldcorn at one time was the oldest winner in the history of the Volvo PGA Championship, which he won at age 41 in 2001. He currently plays on the European Seniors Tour.

April 1

Donnie Hammond, two-time PGA winner, turns 58. Hammond finished in the Top 10 of 40 PGA events in…

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Texas is the state so big it once was its own country, and now has two of the top 10 golfers in the world both hailing from its friendly borders.

Jordan Spieth moved up to a career-best No. 4 from sixth this week and Jimmy Walker from 13th to 10th after the two men finished first (Walker) and second (Spieth)…

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Jimmy Walker’s win at the Valero Texas Open on Sunday, his second of the year and fifth Top 10 finish this season, widened his lead in the latest installment of the FedEx Cup Standings release.

Walker has 1,650 points through 10 events, putting him nearly 500 points ahead of new second-place holder Jordan Spieth, who jumped up from ninth with…

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Playing in the city he lives in and the state he grew up in, Jimmy Walker raced his way to the Valero Texas Open title by four strokes over fellow Texan Jordan Spieth on Sunday.

Walker lives in San Antonio, where the tournament was held, and attended college at Baylor University, about three hours up I-35. He shot a closing-round…

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Richie Ramsay overcame a triple bogey on No. 8 to rally to a one-stroke win at the Hassan II in Morocco on Sunday afternoon, defeating Romain Wattel by one stroke.

The Scottish-born Ramsay, ranked 128th in the world, wound up with a 3-under 69 to finish the tournament 10-under with a 72-66-71-69 – 278.

His front nine was bizarre. He birdied…

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Charley Hoffman, already off to a blazing start this season, fired a bogey-free 5-under 67 on Thursday to take a one-shot lead at the Valero Open in San Antonio.

Hoffman won at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba during the early season in November, and added a second-place finish at the Humana Challenge in January. He missed the cut two weeks…

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March 26

Bob Ackerman, a PGA certified master professional instructor, turns 62. Ackerman’s Golf Academy, located in Michigan, has been turning out professionals for more than 30 years. Ackerman briefly played on the PGA Tour.

March 27

Australian pro Kim Felton turns 40. Felton has 11 professional wins, 10 of them on the PGA Tour of Australasia. His only Major accomplishment is…

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France’s Adrien Saddier, ranked 602nd in the world, fired an eagle on his first hole and kept on coming, finishing with a 7-under 65 to take a one-stroke lead at the Trophee Hassan II being held in Agadir, Morocco.

Saddier added two birdies on the front nine and three more on the back nine to lead the field by a…

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