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From the professional tours, trending news, social media headlines and upcoming events, here’s every golf-related thing you need to know for the morning of Nov. 11. Hatton wins six-man playoff It has been a trying two years for Tyrrell Hatton. Sunday’s performance, and payday, should alleviate those woes. With a par on the fourth extra
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Scott McCarron won the season-long Charles Schwab Cup points race and its $1 million prize on Sunday while holding a glass of wine and watching on a clubhouse television. More precisely, Jeff Maggert won it for him. “Are you kidding me?” McCarron said when he saw Maggert hole out his second shot from the fairway
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ANTALYA, Turkey — For the first time on the European Tour since the 2003 Alfred Dunhill Championship, there were six starters in a sudden-death—and ultimately floodlit—playoff for the Turkish Airlines Open title and the $2 million first-place check. Erik Van Rooyen, Kurt Kitayama, Tyrrell Hatton, Matthias Schwab, Victor Perez and Benjamin Hebert all shot 20-under-par
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There will come a week when golf is free of controversy. And when that time comes, there will be much rejoicing. But it will not be this week. The latest snafu, involving—you guessed it—a rules infraction, happened at the Spirit International Amateur Golf Championship. The biennial competition, a 54-hole four-ball comprised of 19 countries represented
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Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson promised golf fans plenty of trash talk ahead of last year’s “The Match” in Las Vegas. Turns out, Tiger’s best jab—or, at least, best-timed one—came during their famed final-round duel at the 2001 Masters. Woods was trying to win a fourth consecutive major championship that Sunday (what would become known
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It is common for 50-somethings to battle knee injuries. Rarely, though, do those ailments become national discussion points. Conversely, nothing about John Daly, 53, or his career has been routine. So it was apropos the two-time major winner’s knee problems and appeal for the use of a golf cart led to a spectacle at the
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I started playing golf when I was at the University of Alabama. Coach [Bear] Bryant might actually have introduced me to it. He loved the game and didn’t mind us playing. He was a blast to play with because the game kind of got the better of him. When he hit a bad shot, he’d
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Long before millions of Americans heard Fox Sports’ Charles Davis break down NFL games on a weekly basis during the fall, he learned to analyze what was happening on turf in a much different way. As an assistant athletic director at Stanford overseeing the school’s golf facilities, Davis quickly became an expert in. . .
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