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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Masters Tournament 12/04/2015 153
Northern Trust Open 22/02/2015 146
Wyndham Championship 17/08/2014 143

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As of Tuesday, March 15, The Masters, the first Major of the 2016 golf season, is 24 days away. To celebrate the coming of arguably the most gorgeously visual event in all of sports, here’s a countdown to Augusta featuring a champion a day.

Twenty-four years ago, No. 1 Fred Couples won his first and only Major, defeating legend Raymond…

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September 28

Tom Byrum, winner of the 1989 Kemper Open, turns 55. Kemper finished eighth at the 2002 US Open and ninth at the 1997 PGA Championship, and is now an analyst for the Golf Channel.

Chris Tidland, a two-time Nationwide Tour winner, turns 43.

October 1

Willie Wood, winner of the 1996 Deposit Guaranty Golf Classic, turns 55.

October 2

John Cook, eleven-time PGA…

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Five former Major winners top the field at the Northern Trust Open, which kicks off Thursday at Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, California.

Bubba Watson is the defending champion here, as at the Masters.

The tournament will have an extra emotional charge because of its connection with Charlie Sifford, the African-American pioneer who won there in 1969 and recently passed…

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American legend Fred Couples has confirmed that he’s been contacted by the US Ryder Cup task force about becoming its next captain in 2016.

Couples has an undefeated record in his three stints as captain of the Presidents Cup team. According to unofficial reports, both Phil Mickelson, a vociferous critic of the US’ strategy this past summer, and Tiger Woods,…

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