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Despite not hitting a fairway on his final six holes, American J.B Holmes is tied for The Players Championship lead after 54 holes with Paul Stanley.

Holmes looked headed for the sewer early on, bogeying three of his first four holes then playing the rest of the day without a single bogey, drilling a tough save for par on No….

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William McGirt and Mackenzie Hughes aren’t exactly household names at the top of the leaderboard after Round 1 of The Players Championship, but there were plenty of other points of interest on Day One of what some call the Fifth Major.

2016 Masters Champion Danny Willett bombed out with an opening-round 79, then made it official by withdrawing from the…

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William McGirt and Canadian rookie Mackenzie Hughes were at the top of the leaderboard at the end of Round 1 during an eventful day at The Players Championships in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.

It looked like former No. 1 Adam Scott would be the leader in the clubhouse – he was up a stroke through 16. But Scott double-bogeyed the…

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Well, this time there was no backing out. I mean, after all, they rented a castle.

Yep, Rory McIlroy, the outstanding golfer who infamously backed out of his wedding with tennis star Caroline Wozniacki just days after the pair had sent out the invitations in May of 2014, tied the knot on April 23, 2017, marrying PGA employee Erica Stoll.


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The season’s strongest field outside of The Masters takes the course at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, starting Thursday for The Players Championship.

It’s the first look at a renovated course which includes a new 12th hole, a new hazard between o. 6 and No. 7, and other places where either the rough or the green has been…

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American Brian Harman thwarted Dustin Johnson’s attempt at a fourth straight PGA title by draining a 30-foot birdie putt on the final hole of the Wells Fargo Championship on Sunday in Wilmington, North Carolina.

He defeated Johnson and Pat Perez by one stroke to win $1.4 million. It’s his second PGA Tour title and he shot a 4-under 68 in…

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