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Brett Rumford still lead the ISPS Handa World Super 6 tournament after two rounds on Friday, but he had some company at the top.

European Tour vet Lee Westwood is the tournament’s co-leader through Friday’s action. Both men are 8-under through 36 holes as Rumford, a Perth native and the tournament’s defending champion, angles to make it two in a…

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Kevin Streelman isn’t the most popular golfer in the world, but he wasn’t prepared to be quite overshadowed in his pro-am partnership on Thursday at Pebble Beach.

Despite being dwarfed in size and fan base by Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, Streelman was one of the best two golfers in the tournament on Thursday, shooting a 7-under to tie…

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All eyes are on you when you’re the defending champion at a tournament, and Brett Rumford made sure they stayed there on Thursday. The Aussie fired an  8-under 64 to lead the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth by two strokes after one round.

Rumford looked like anything but the defending champion early on, staggering out of the gate with…

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It’s been 8 months since Gary Woodland and his wife suffered unspeakable tragedy, losing their daughter to a miscarriage while their son was born 10 weeks premature last year.

His family showed up to surprise Woodland as he won the Waste Management Phoenix Open in a playoff on Sunday.

“My wife kind of surprised me with him,” Woodland said. “I didn’t…

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American Bill Haas jumped out to a quick two-stroke lead by firing a 7-under 64 on Thursday in Phoenix at the first round of the ultra-popular Waste Management Open on Thursday.

Rickie Fowler, Billy Horschel, Chris Kirk, Bryson DeChambeau and Chesson Hadley are all tied for second, two strokes behind the leader with 5-under 66s.

Jon Rahm, the reigning European Tour…

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Two of the craziest names on the tour, Phachara Khongwatmai and Nino Bertasio, each shot a 65 on Friday to sit atop the leaderboard at the Maybank Championship in Malaysia.

The main headlines of the day belonged to England’s Lee Westwood, who fired a 10-under 62 . Westwood is a two-time winner in Malaysia, including his last Euro Tour victory…

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England’s Chris Paisley fired an opening-round 65 then endured a lengthy rain delay that saw the first round of the Maybank Championship last until Friday morning in Malaysia.

The round was interrupted by a lightning delay that lasted nearly two hours. It’s been more of the same for Paisley, who is 55-under in his last three events combined.

“It was great…

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Jason Day is back in the top of the Official World Golf Rankings (OGWR) Top 10 this week following his victory at the Farmers Insurance Open last week.

By defeating Alex Noren in a six-hole playoff that concluded on Monday, Day jumped from 14th back to 10th in the OWGR rankings.  He wasn’t the only big name rejoining the top 10….

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One year, eight months and 15 days is a long time to go between golf tournament victories. Especially when you’re the former No. 1 player in the world.

Jason Day broke a 625-day slump to win the Farmers Insurance Open on the sixth hole of a playoff over Sweden’s Alex Noren Monday.

The playoff happened without spectators present, as the tournament had…

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Down two strokes with eight holes to play, China’s Haotong Li hit the gas to swipe the Omega Desert Dubai Classic title away from Rory McIlroy on Sunday.

McIlroy had gone from one stroke down to two up in the first 10 holes, but bogeyed #11 and #16 to open the door for Li.

Li matched McIlroy with birdies on 17…

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