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  • Tiger Woods to miss Orlando's Arnold Palmer Invitational, eyes return for Masters

    Tiger Woods to miss Orlando's Arnold Palmer Invitational, eyes return for Masters
    Tiger Woods is delaying his return to golf, skipping the site of some of the greatest triumphs of his remarkable career. Woods announced on his website he will not return after a five-week absence from competitive golf and tee it up next week at the...
  • On The Fly: True Florida Gators

    On The Fly: True Florida Gators
    Some people golf when in Florida. Some might do some sightseeing. Now there's one-stop shopping so to speak: The Myakka Pines Golf Club, not far from the Everglades, says that on a warm day gators are a guarantee, along with birds and other animals. Bring...
  • De Jonge Takes 1-Shot Lead At Innisbrook

    PALM HARBOR, Fla. — Brendon de Jonge rolled in a pair of long putts on his way to a 2-under 69 and the 36-hole lead Friday in the Valspar Championship. Based on the holes remaining, he is halfway home to his first PGA Tour title. Considering how...
  • Davis chips in to take lead at Valspar Championship

    PALM HARBOR, Fla. — Brian Davis takes pride in his short game, which saved him from a rough finish Thursday and gave him the lead in the Valspar Championship. Coming off back-to-back bogeys, Davis chipped in from 25 feet on the ninth green at...
  • John Daly blasts PGA, says its drug tests are not random

    John Daly blasts PGA, says its drug tests are not random
    John Daly is better known for his colorful pants than quality golf these days, but that isn't stopping the two-time major winner from being brutally honest on his thoughts about how the PGA conducts its drug-testing program. While speaking on his...
  • Spieth leads group of 2011 high school grads on PGA Tour

    Spieth leads group of 2011 high school grads on PGA Tour
    PALM HARBOR, Fla. — One was a college kid playing the Valspar Championship on a sponsor's exemption. Two were PGA Tour rookies. They were joined on the back nine at Innisbrook by a tour veteran who already has played in a Ryder Cup and a...
  • Zac Blair goes through 4 tours to earn his PGA card

    Few other PGA Tour rookies are more seasoned than Zac Blair, who reached the big leagues after a journey that took him from one end of the Americas to the other. And he even managed to get a degree from BYU along the way. "My dad has always ingrained in...
  • ACC's Swofford on new basketball tournament format, potential cable channel

    ACC's Swofford on new basketball tournament format, potential cable channel
    At last check, the cheapest ticket on StubHub for Saturday night’s ACC basketball tournament final was $80.13. In the lower deck inside the baselines: Anywhere from $583-$1,540. The week is young, and prices figure to dip as tipoff nears, but...
  • Dustin Johnson wins Cadillac Championship by focusing on his own game

    Dustin Johnson wins Cadillac Championship by focusing on his own game
    DORAL, Fla. — Dustin Johnson pretty much ignored the birdies being made by Bubba Watson and the bogeys being made by J.B. Holmes. Instead, he stayed focused on his game, and that's how he won the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship on...
  • Finchem says he 'whiffed' by not protesting Ryder Cup change

    PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem said Sunday he "whiffed" when the PGA of America told him about changes to Ryder Cup qualifying by not protesting that the fall start to the season would not count toward the standings. The Ryder Cup Task Force, which...
  • McIlroy receives 3-iron, leaves Doral disappointed

    McIlroy receives 3-iron, leaves Doral disappointed
    Before he began his final round Sunday, Rory McIlroy, the No. 1 player on the PGA Tour, was given back his 3-iron. McIlroy smiled as he was handed his club – the same club he flung into the lake Friday after his second shot on the eighth hole...