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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Travelers Championship 28/06/2015 273
US Open 21/06/2015 283
Irish Open Hosted by The Rory Foundation 31/05/2015 154
Open de España 17/05/2015 287
The Players Championship 10/05/2015 276
Masters Tournament 12/04/2015 283
Shell Houston Open 05/04/2015 281
WGC-Cadillac Championship 08/03/2015 291
The Honda Classic 01/03/2015 283
Northern Trust Open 22/02/2015 279

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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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Nobody exactly knows what Dustin Johnson’s injury is, but that’s not stopping the Las Vegas oddsmakers from making him their guy.

Johnson opened as the favorite to win the US Open which runs June 15-18 in Erin Hills, Wisconsin.

Johnson is 8 to 1, followed closely by Rory McIlroy at 9 to 1 and Jordan Spieth at 10 to 1.

Masters champion Sergio…

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Masters winner Sergio Garcia jumped four spots from 11th to 7th after winning the Masters on Sunday, with runner-up Justin Rose right behind him at No. 8.

In taking his first Major win ever, Garcia has risen six spots since the end of 2016. Rose climbed from 14th to eighth as Adam Scott and Alex Noren were booted from the…

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On Sunday, Sergio Garcia won his first Major on Sunday, winning the Masters with a playoff victory over Justin Rose.

Previously. Garcia had piled up six second or third-place finishes at Majors, but had never been particularly close at Augusta; his previous best was a tie fourth in 2004.

Here’s a look at the near misses that made Sunday so special…

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No longer will Sergio Garcia be known as the best player to never win a Major. Now he’s just one of the guys.

After 70 fails at securing his first Major win, Garcia was the man of the hour Sunday afternoon at Augusta, defeating Justin Rose in a sudden-death playoff after rallying from two strokes down with six holes to…

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Two of the greatest current players to never win a Major, the Day 1 leader, and a Belgian giant comprise the four-way tie atop the leaderboard through 36 holes at The Masters.

Day One leader Charley Hoffman shot three strokes worse on Friday than he had Thursday, dropping from from 7-under to 4-under where he’s joined by Sergio Garcia, Thomas…

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Sergio Garcia clambered back into the Top 10 with his win in the Dubai Desert Classic Sunday ,rising six spots from No. 15.

Henrik Stenson, who finished second behind Garcia in Dubai, moved up to No. 3 in the world, edging past Dustin Johnson. After having as many as three of the top five players in the world hail from…

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Sergio Garcia delivered his first win on the European Tour since 2014, going wire to wire at the Dubai Desert Classic on Sunday.

It was a breakthrough effort for Garcia, who had never once finished in the Top 10 of the even in seven previous attempts. He shot a 3-under 69 on Sunday to finish 19-under, defeating Henrik Stenson by…

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Spain’s Sergio Garcia and Italy’s Francesco Molinari remain tied for the Dubai lead through two rounds, tied at 9-under.

Both players shot a 5-under 67 on Friday to drop to 9-under for the tournament.  The pair have a 1-stroke lead over Lee Westwood, who raced to the Day One lead with a 66 on Thursday.

Both Garcia and Molinari recorded six…

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Knowing how to get butts in the seats, the PGA Tour has paired defending champion Jason Day, 2014 winner Rory McIlroy, and recent Open Championship runner-up Phil Mickelson together for the first two rounds of the PGA Championship, which gets underway Thursday at Baltusrol.

Day is the obvious draw – ranked No. 1 and the winner here a year ago;…

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