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Dustin Johnson didn’t just take the 36-hole lead at the Genesis Riviera Open on Saturday; he and wife Paulina Gretzky announced there’s a new member of the family on the way.

Accompanied by the couple’s French bulldog puppy Perla, Gretzky appeared on Instagram holding up a photo of a sonogram of “Baby Johnson #2” and holding her already noticeable baby…

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While their father yells at the media, Eric and Donald Trump Jr. were having a bit more fun this week, travelling to Dubai to open the Trump International Golf Club in Dubai.

There’s been plenty of questions of who will run Trump’s various business units once he took office. US Presidents are forbidden to be involved in the business world…

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Rain has dictated much of the action at the Genesis Riviera Open this weekend, but it hasn’t deterred Dustin Johnson from taking a 1-stroke lead through two rounds.

The top five player is 10-under after consecutive 66s to take a 1-stroke lead over Pat Perez and Cameron Tringale with the third round due to start Sunday.

Johnson finished strong  in Friday’s…

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There was no breaking of the dry spell for Masters champion Danny Willett, who instead saw Paraguay’s Fabrizio Zanotti race past him and the rest of the field to win the Maybank Championship, his second career title.

Zanotti eagled the 18th hole to shoot a dazzling 63, finishing 19-under par. The dramatic shot saw him hold off American David Lipsky…

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Jordan Spieth played solid defense all afternoon to shoot a 2-under 70 and take the title at the AT&T Pro-Am by three strokes, finishing 19-under on Sunday.

It was his ninth win on the PGA Tour, making him just the second man since the end of World War II to win nine tournaments before age 24; the other is Tiger…

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Englishman Danny Willett has a three-stroke lead entering the final round of play at the Maybank Championship in Kualu Lumpur.

Willett is after his first title since winning The Masters last April.  He shot 67 on Friday and Saturday to take a three-stroke lead over American David Lipsky and France’s Alexander Levy.

“It was up and down, I’d have taken a…

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Tiger Woods’ latest comeback stalled this week when he announced he would miss the Honda Classic and the Genesis Open.

“My doctors have advised me not to play the next two weeks, to continue my treatment and to let my back calm down,” Woods said. “This is not what I was hoping for or expecting. I am extremely disappointed to…

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American Jordan Spieth shot a dazzling 7-under 65 to open up a 6-stroke lead entering the final round at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am on Saturday.

After taking the golf world by storm in 2015, Spieth blew the Masters a year ago and slowly drifted back to No. 6 in the world while contemporary rival Jason Day has remained No….

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Sergio Garcia clambered back into the Top 10 with his win in the Dubai Desert Classic Sunday ,rising six spots from No. 15.

Henrik Stenson, who finished second behind Garcia in Dubai, moved up to No. 3 in the world, edging past Dustin Johnson. After having as many as three of the top five players in the world hail from…

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Hideki Matsuyma is king of the desert for a second straight year.

The 24-year-old Japanese star defeated Webb Simpson on the fourth hole of a playoff Saturday to win the Waste Management Phoenix Open. He shot a 5-under 66 in the final round. Simpson came sprinting down the stretch, with three birdies in the final four holes for a round-best…

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