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Phil Mickleson jumped from 34th to 18th in the world following his win at the WGC-Mexico Championship on Sunday.

Runner-up Justin Thomas rose from No. 3 to No. 2 and has narrowed the gap on No. 1 Dustin Johnson to just over a point. Johnson who also finished in the Top 10 at Mexico City, is averaging 10.5002 points per…

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Forget Tiger Woods This is the year of Phil Mickelson’ comeback.

The 47-year-old, one of the most popular players in PGA history, defeated 2017 PGA Player of the Year Justin Thomas in a playoff to take the title at the WGC-Mexico City on Sunday.

It’s his first win since the 2013 Open Championship.

“Over the last four and a half years I’ve…

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George Coetzee continued South Africa’s domination at the Tshwane Open, birdying five of eight holes to take a 2-stroke win over England’s Sam Horsfield. He first won the Tshawne Open in 2015. It’s his fourth European Tour title, with all four coming in Africa.

“A lot has happened since the last time I held that trophy,” he said. “I broke…

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It wasn’t easy, but 21-year-old Shubhakar Sharma held on to his two-stroke lead at the WGC Mexico City on Saturday.

He endured three bogeys after only having two combined in his first two rounds and still wound up with a 2-under 69. He looked like he might run away and hide with the lead after birdying three of the first…

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George Coetzee is a member at the Pretoria Country Club in South Africa. He’s also one round away from being a two-time champion.

Coetzee shot a 68 on Saturday to move to 14-under, giving him a two stroke lead over Finland’s Mikko Korhonen and UK’s Sam Horsfield.

Horsfield came flying up the leaderboard on Saturday thanks to a career-best 64. Korhonen…

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Shubhankar-mania is real.

21-year-old Indian sensation Shubhankar Sharma fired a second-round 66 to take the lead at the WGC-Mexico City on Friday. He leads 2018 Masters Champion Sergio Garcia, Rafa Cabrera Bello and Amiercan Xander Schauffele by two strokes apiece.

For the second straight day, Sharma dominated the back nine, recording five birdies to record a 31. He eagled No. 1…

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Another day, another South African in front at the Tshawn Open.

This time it’s George Coetzee, who shot a 64 in pursuit of his second career title here.

“I’m happy to have posted two pretty good rounds,” he said. “I’ll try and just focus on playing decent golf and posting good numbers for the weekend. It was a nice stretch on…

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Louis Oosthuizen took the slightest bit of heat for taking part in the WGC-Mexico City this week instead of the Tshwane Open in his native South Africa.

Looks like he made the right choice.

A late eagle saw Oosthuizen finish the first round at 7-under, putting him in first place after one day at the biggest tournament of the early season.

He…

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If it’s the Tshwane Open, there must be a South African in the lead.

This time it’s Louis De Jager, a three-time Sunshine Tour winner who is in his 10th professional season. After starting the round with five straight pars, De Jager birdied six of the last 12, including 16, 17 and 18 in a row to post a 7-under…

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The first big golf tournament of 2018 is upon us with Mexico’s Club de Golf Chapultepec as the host.  Expect long drives with the thin air – the course is 2,400 meters above sea level.

The course is a par 71 and 6,703 meters in length.

World No. 1 Dustin Johnson is back to defend his title after edging out Tommy…

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