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This week sees the first World Golf Championship event of the year, for the WGC Cadillac Championship at The Trump National Doral, Miami. The World Golf Championships are a group of four annual events created by the International Federation of PGA Tours. All WGC events are official money events for the PGA TOUR and European Tour. Last year saw…

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Former PGA Tour pro Dan Olsen has retracted his statements saying that Tiger Woods was suspended from the tour for failing a drug test, among other rumors.

Both Woods and PGA Tour officials denied that Woods has been given a one-month suspension for a failed drug test. Woods released a statement in February detailing that he was sitting out of…

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March has come in like a lion, who’s riding the wind and blowing out their candles?

 

March 1

Three-time professional winner Pat Perez turns 39. Perez won the 2009 Bob Hope Classic and finished tied for sixth at the 2005 PGA Championship,

March 2

Japan’s Toshi Izawa turns 47. Izawa has 17 professional wins, 16 of those on the Japan Golf Tour and…

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The last time he won a tournament, he was ranked No. 2 in the world, but Padraig Harrington winning another one while ranked 82nd.

By taking the Honda Classic for the second time in his career, he zoomed up from No. 297 in the latest world rankings.

“I really do believe in myself. I think I’ve found that mental edge that…

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The last time Padraig Harrington won a big-time tournament, the world was his oyster. The year was 2008, the tournament was the PGA Championship, and it marked his third Major win in 13 months.

Things have changed dramatically since then, with Harrington falling as low as 385th in the world last December, but all that was erased in one amazing…

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The Top 10 of the Race to Dubai standings is taking on a distinctly English flair.

With his win at the Joburg Open on Sunday, England’s Andy Sullivan became the third Englishman and the fourth man from the UK to grace the Top 10 of the standings that determine what 60 men play in the post-season set of tournaments.

Sullivan rose…

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Both Andy Sullivan and Wallie Coetsee shot 71s during the Joburg Open last weekend in South Africa.

The difference? Sullivan got his out of the way in the first round; while Coetsee struggled to his on Sunday.

After his slow start, Sullivan fired off rounds of 65, 68, and 66 to win the Joburg Open with a 17-under 270, beating Coetsee…

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Even though last year’s eighth-place finish was the best Rory McIlroy has ever done at The Masters, that isn’t stopping Las Vegas oddsmakers from installing him as the overwhelming favorite to wear the green jacket six weeks from now at Augusta.

Even after missing the cut at the Honda Classic Saturday, Mcilroy is a 13/2 favorite for Augusta. He’s a…

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If there was ever a day when Brendan Steele would have wished for the power to control the weather, Friday would have been that day.

Steele started his second round with four straight birdies, then had to let his hot hand down go to waste as rains wiped out the rest of his second round, and about half the field…

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The fact that he has a couple of extra days at home doesn’t sit well with Rory McIlroy this weekend, largely because he’s getting the break due to some sub-par golf.

McIlroy followed up his 73 on Thursday with a 74 on Friday, falling to 7-over par, a number which will likely miss the cut, which will formally be decided…

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