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It wasn’t a big name leading the Honda Classic after one round on Thursday, just a hard-working fellow named Jim Herman who happened to shoot a 65.

While big names like Rory McIlroy, Ernie Els, Dustin Johnson, and Billy Horschel were struggling, the 37-year-old Herman, whose only pro win was in 2010 on the Web.com Tour, is in the lead…

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If you’re going to tie a course record, it’s hard to top doing it in your home country on perhaps the finest course on the continent.

That’s exactly what 45-year-old Nic Henning did Thursday at the Royal Johannesburg & Kensington West Course. His 9-under 62 gave him a 1-stroke lead over fellow South Africans Tjaart Van Der Walt and Titch…

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Famous golfers celebrating their birthdays this week, and making lots more money than you.

 

February 27

Current PGA Tour member Ryan Armour turns 39. An All-AMerican at Ohio State University, he first earned his way onto the PGA Tour in 2007, and finished 40th at the Web.com Finals last season to earn his PGA Tour card for 2014-2015.

February 28

Japan’s Kiyoshi Miyazato…

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While the bigger names might be across the pond this week for the Honda Classic, there’s plenty at stake at the Joburg Open in South Africa, starting Thursday at the Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club.

For England’s Andy Sullivan, a win would mean exemptions to the majors and WGC events for the rest of the year, as it would…

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All eyes will be on world No. 1 Rory McIlroy as he makes his 2014-2015 PGA Tour debut Thursday at the Honda Classic in Palm Beach, Florida, one of the few parts of the US not battling terrible weather this week.

While most of the East Coast, Midwest and South is battling rain, sleet, and snow, it’s expected to be…

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If you’re wondering why you can’t tune in to the Back9Network and have stopped receiving emails from Ahmad Rashad’s brainchild, there’s a good reason: operations have been suspended due to a lack of funds.

Launched in 2011, Back9Network has seen Rashad along with friends Michael Jordan and others wax on all things golf and many unrelated subjects as well. Funny…

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Wasting little time in uniting the front for the 2016 Ryder Cup, new US captain Davis Love III announced Tuesday that he will employ Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson as advisers for putting together a roster.

“I’m here with the same goals, but as a different captain,” Love said at a press conference on Tuesday. “2016 will be a collaborative…

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The PGA TOUR heads to the East Coast this week, for The Honda Classic at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Last year saw Russell Henley defeat Ryan Palmer, along with fellow Brits Rory McIlroy and Russell Knox in a playoff.

Of the 144 players total, 78 have won a PGA TOUR event, 20 have won a Major, and…

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The hottest golf video on the Internet this month has nothing to do with Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson, or even Tiger Woods.

No, that honor belongs to the women’s golf team at San Diego State University in sunny, Southern California. The Lady Aztecs shot a promotional video for their upcoming spring season with a 55-second video featuring the team showing…

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February 23

New Zealand’s Michael Campbell, who won the 2005 US Open, turns 46. Campbell has 15 professional wins, including eight on the European Tour. Not even in the top 10 of the Open leaderboard after a day in 2005, Campbell crept up to 1-under and a tie for fourth on Friday, but was still there after 54 holes, 4…

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The Honda Classic Feb 26 - 1 2015

The PGA TOUR heads to the East Coast this week, for The Honda Classic…

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Joburg Open Feb 26 - 1 2015

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