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Patrick Cantlay continues his remarkable comeback from a brutal back injury by winning the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas on Sunday.

He parred the second extra hole of a playoff to defeat Alex Cejka and Whee Kim. Cantlay had been on pace to win the tournament outright before bogeying the last two holes of the fourth round…

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It’s Justin Rose’s world right now, the rest of the golfers are just living in it.

Rose won his second straight enormous tournament, firing a final-round 65 to finish 18-under, winning the Turkish Airlines Open by 1 stroke over Nicolas Colsaerts.

Rose has earned €2.385 million in the past eight days.

At even par through six holes, Rose birdied six of his…

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Ireland’s Shane Lowry and Thailand’s Kiradech Aphibarnrat share the lead at the Turkish Airlines Open through three rounds after Nicolas Colsaerts went ice cold on Saturday.

After shooting back to back 64s, the Belgian fell off with a 2-over 73 to land at 12-under, in a three-way tie for third with Justin Rose and Padraig Harrington.

Colsaerts looked on target to extend…

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Belgium’s Nicolas Colsaerts shot his second straight 64 to lead the Turkish Airlines Open by four strokes at the tournament’s halfway point.

Colsaerts had a mistake-free round, knocking down seen birdies, going 4-under on the front nine and 3-under on the back.

England’s Eddie Pepperell shot a 66 to trail by four shots. It’s been five years since Colsaerts’ last win on the…

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South Africa’s Haydn Porteous, Belgium’s Nicolas Colsaerts and The Netherlands Joost Luiten are the early leaders at the Turkish Airlines Open after a round.

All three men shot 7-under 64s on Thursday at the Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort.  Porteous racked up seven birdies, five of them on the back nine. He did not qualify for the Final Series,…

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The Race to Dubai’s field of 60 for the Final Series has been locked in, with the Turkish Airlines Open due to start November 2 at Regnum Caraya Golf & Spa Resport in Antalya, Turkey.

It will be followed by the Nedbank Golf Challenged hosted by Gary Player in Sun City, South Africa, November 9-12. The series and the European…

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Tiger Woods will make another comeback attempt next month when he competes in his own Hero World Challenge in The Bahamas November 30 – December 3.

Woods made the announcement via Twitter with a tongue-in-cheek remark that he had received one of two sponsorship exemptions from the “committee of 1”.

“I am excited to return to competitive golf at the Hero…

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Justin Rose’s rally from eight strokes back to win the WGC-HSBC title on Sunday in Shanghai gave him a huge shot in the arm in the latest edition of the Official World Golf Rankings (OWGR) as he rose from 13th to sixth in the world.

“To win a WGC is just amazing, they count for so much on both tours,”…

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Justin Rose isn’t just one heck of a golfer. Turns out he’s a bit of a fortune teller too.

Down eight strokes after 54 holes on Saturday at the WGC-HSBC Champions in Shanghai, Rose said of leader Dustin Johnson: “Playing for second barring something crazy from him.”

Crazy, indeed. After shooting 68-63-68 in his first three rounds, Johnson ballooned to a 5-over…

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American Dustin Johnson is one round away from being the first player to win three WGC events in the same year.

He attacked the course in Shanghai on Saturday en route to a 4-under 68 to open up a 6-shot lead headed to the last 18 holes.

Last year’s US Open winner, Brooks Koepka, opened the round trailing Johnson by one…

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