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Proving he wasn’t just a one-day wonder, Adam Hadwin shot a 4-under 67 to open up a 4-stroke lead through 54 holes at the Valspar Championship on Saturday.

He mastered the back nine with birdie putts from 35 and 55 feet out, but his biggest was a bending birdie on No. 18 that pushed the lead to four.

“Three shots is…

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Canada’s Adam Hadwin fired a second-round 64 to take a 1-stroke lead at the Valspar Championship on Friday.

He moved ahead of American Jim Herman who opened the tournament with a 62 but came back down to earth on Friday with a 71.

Russell Henley and Henrik Stenson, who had been tied for third after one round, dropped back to fourth…

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For a guy who wasn’t even supposed to be here, Jim Herman did quite well for himself on Day One of the Valspar Championship. After starting the season by missing three cuts and tying for 27th, Herman fired a 9-under 62 to take a two-stroke lead on Thursday.

“Had a really good day there, and got urged on from Jack…

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In case you thought Dustin Johnson would be a one-hit wonder at  No. 1, think again.

Johnson overcame a hard charge by Spanish rookie Jon Rahm to win the WGC-Mexico City in his first tournament since taking over the No. 1 ranking from Jason Day.

I didn’t feel like I putted my best, but I really hit the ball well,” Johnson…

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South Africa’s Dean Burmester shot a second straight 65 on Sunday to win the Tshawne Open on Sunday, finishing 18-under for the tournament.

He finished three strokes ahead of Finland’s Mikko Korhonen and Spain’s Jorge Campillo, who each finished 15-under.

Burmester simply couldn’t be caught the last two days as he shot consecutive 65s. No player matched that total on the…

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No matter who wins the WGC-Mexico on Sunday, it will likely be on eheck of a finish.

Red-hot American Justin Thomas shot a 5-under on Saturday to take a one-stroke lead a t 12-under. But the man right behind him is the No. 1 player in the world, Dustin Johnson, who also shot a 5-under to reach 11-under.

And one stroke…

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Rib injury? What rib injury

Rory McIlory showed no signs of the injury that sidelined him for a month nor the stomach illness that had him puking a day ago, shooting a 6-under 65 to take the overall lead at the WGC-Mexico lead on Friday.

The No. 3 player in the world was 4-under at the turn and added two more…

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Six players tied for the Day One lead at the WGC-Mexico: Ross Fisher, Phil Mickelson, Ryan Moore, Jon Rahm, Jimmy Walker, and Lee Westwood

If that sounds a bit like a “turn back the clock” grouping, it is.  Westwood will be 44 next month and hasn’t won a tournament since taking the Maybank Malaysian Open in April of 2014.  Mickelson,…

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Rickie Fowler clambered from 15th up to 9th in the most recent Official World GOlf Rankings released this week.The US now has four of the top 10 players in the world.

Barely three months into the 2017 campaign and the Top 10 has become quite topsy-turvy. Only #7 Adam Scott is in the same spot he was when 2016 ended.

In…

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It wasn’t easy, but then it never is for Rickie Fowler. Fowler broke a long streak of ineptitude at the PGA level. After watching his four-stroke lead fall to one, Fowler responded with back-to-back birdies to salt away the Honda Classic Crown.

It’s his first win in 13 months, a time frame that has seen his contemporaries like Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth,…

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