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Bubba Watson took a brief trip away from the Genesis Open Friday to play a friendly pickup game of basketball.

At the Staples Center. During the NBA’s All-Star Weekend.

Apparently loosened up by his laughable collision with Hall of Famer Tracy McGrady’s blocked shot, Watson returned to golf on Saturday in some of his best form of the past three yeares.

He…

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Expect a photo finish on Sunday at the inaugural NBO Oman Open where three players shared a portion of the lead through 54 holes.

France’s Julien Guerrier, The Netherlands’ Joost Luiten and England’s Matthew Southgate are all locked in at 12-under entering Sunday’s final round

Two players are within two shots of the lead: England’s Chris Wood is alone in fourth…

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Patrick Cantlay made it two straight days atop the leaderboard at the Genesis Open, joined there by Graeme McDowell at 7-under through 36 holes.

McDowell is in pursuit of his first pro win since the took the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in November 2015.  He won eight tournaments including the 2010 US Open between 2010-2015 but none since.

Cantlay finished his…

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France’s Matthieu Pavon, who has played the Muscat course at the NBO Oman Open five times on the Challenge Tour, fired a second-round 65 to reach 11-under and lead the European Tour event by two strokes at the end of 36 holes on Friday.

He leads England’s Matthew Southgate by two strokes.

“It’s a lot of good memories that help,” Pavon  said….

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Patrick Cantlay and Tony Finau each shot a 5-under 66 to lead the Genesis Open by one stroke on Thursday.

Most eyes at Riviera were focused on Tiger Woods as he continues his comeback. Returning to play at the course in his hometown, Woods shot a 1-over 72.

“I’m not that far off to really putting some good numbers out there,”…

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Matthew Southgate fired his second ace of the current season, giving him a share of the lead with Paul Waring through the first 18 holes of the NBO Oman Open on Thursday.

He wasn’t the only one recording an ace on the day. Marcel Siem of Germany put one in on the 13th and Southgate drilled his on the fifth…

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The European Tour jumps a couple of continents from Perth, Australia, to Muscat, Oman, starting Thursday for the NBO Oman Open.

The course was designed by Greg Norman and opened in 2012. This will be its first-ever European Tour event. It’s a 7,365-yard, par-72 course.

While the course has some gorgeous natural beauty, it’s also right along Oman’s Indian Ocean coastline,…

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Dustin Johnson finished tied for second at last week’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Invitational, cementing his No. 1 position in the Official World Golf Rankings (OWGR).

It’s his 52nd straight week at No. 1, meaning he’s been in the top spot for an entire calendar year. Johnson i averaging 10.7499 points per tournament. Jon Rahm ranked second in the world,…

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Ted Potter Jr. rode his dazzling Saturday 62 to the title at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Invitational on Sunday, wining the event by three strokes with a 17-under 270.

Potter did all his damage on the front nine Saturday, shooting a 3-under, getting four birdies on the front nine. He won $1.332 million and 500 FedEx Cup points in…

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Kiradech Aphibarnrat won a dramatic 2 and 1 final over James Nittles to take the title at the ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth tournament on Sunday in Australia.

In classic golf fashion, Aphibranrat entered the tournament just a week ago and had not fired a single practice round at the Karrinyup Country Club before starting the tournament. He also…

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