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American Charley Hoffman shot a 6-under 66 on Friday to take a 1-stroke lead at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at the halfway point.

Just 1-over par through four holes, racked up seven birdies over the final 14 holes to slip past Argentina’s Emilliano Grillo for the outright lead. Hoffman, 40, is in pursuit of his fifth PGA win. He won…

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Canadian Adam Hadwin jumped from 98th to 51st following his win at the Valspar Championship Sunday in the latest Official World Golf Rankings. He qualified for the Dell Match Play, which he’ll skip to get married, and The Masters, which he will try to get refundable tickets to Tahiti from his honeymoon.

He is the only Canadian in the top…

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Adam Hadwin just became the first man in human history to tell his fiancee he has to delay their honeymoon and not get slapped in the face.

Hadwin won the Valspar Championship on Sunday by a single stroke to win for the first time on the PGA Tour and clinch a spot in next month’s first Major. It coincides with…

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India’s SSP Chawrasia won his fourth European Tour title on his home turf Sunday, cruising to the title by seven strokes as he finished 10-under par at the Hero Indian Open.

I am very happy. It is such a tough course, I think I got lucky this week,” Chawrasia said.

“It was only after I drove from the 18th tee I…

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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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