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  • Sergio Garcia to make Bay Hill his 2011 U.S. debut

     
    Sergio Garcia, working his way back from a lengthy slump, will return to the Arnold Palmer Invitational in what stands to be his first PGA Tour appearance of the year. Garcia, who owns two top-5 finishes at Bay Hill, will be making his 10th start in the...
  • Masters 2011 tee times: Late starts for Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson

     
    Tiger Woods can sleep in Thursday. And really sleep in Friday. Woods will tee off Thursday at the Masters in the 7:41 a.m. (all times Pacific) group with reigning U.S. Open champion Graeme McDowell and Australia's Robert Allenby. His Friday......
  • Opening eagle gives Retief Goosen spot in Masters annals

     
    Retief Goosen carved an obscure entry in the Masters record book – quickest one-hole start – when he began his opening round with an eagle. Just two hours into the 75th Masters, Goosen striped an 8-iron from 161 yards that took a couple of...
  • U.S. Open pairings easy as 1 (Donald), 2 (Westwood), 3 (Kaymer)

     
    World No.1 Luke Donald will be able to keep close tabs on his two closest pursuers in the rankings during the U.S. Open’s first two rounds – he’s paired with No.2 Lee Westwood and No.3 Martin Kaymer. That’s among the more...
  • U.S. Open: A lot to talk about after 18 holes of ecstasy and agony

     
    They have an interview area near the first tee, and they parade the early leaders up a huge hill, across the massive putting green behind the massive clubhouse at Congressional Country Club, and on to meet those who will chronicle......
  • PGA Tour Pick-4: U.S. Open

     
    Michael Campbell, Geoff Ogilvy, Angel Cabrera, Lucas Glover, Graeme McDowell. Raise your hand if you took any of them in your U.S. Open pool before they won. Heck, raise your hand if you even considered them in their trophy year. Nonetheless, that’s...
  • U.S. Open: Looks like a short week for Ogilvy, Immelman and Toms

     
    By mid-afternoon at the Congressional Country Club torture chamber, also known by Rory McIlroy as the Bethesda, Md., Pitch and Putt, the cut line appeared to be set at three over par and at least three major champions appeared to......
  • PGA Tour Pick-4: Wyndham Championship

     
    For a middle-of-the-pack event stuck in the middle of five much bigger stops, the Wyndham Championship has come up pretty large in getting marquee names to not take the week off to rest for the FedEx Cup playoffs. That’s because several of them...
  • Phil Mickelson, Jim Furyk on World Golf Hall of Fame ballot

     
    Phil Mickelson officially has taken the first step toward World Golf Hall of Fame membership. OK, you might technically say that happened when Mickelson finally ended his winless string of major championships by capturing the 2004 Masters. But with the...
  • Reavie firms up his plans for '12

    NORTON, Mass. — Chez Reavie lost full PGA Tour status in May, when his medical exemption from knee surgery last year ran out. He's not eligible for any Fall Series events after the first one in Las Vegas. Not that it matters anymore. He can even...
  • Masters being played under 'perfect' conditions

    Masters being played under 'perfect' conditions
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Sean O’Hair was not about to gripe after firing a 2-under-par 70 in the first group of the day. But given the ideal scoring conditions, he said he expects someone to shoot 65 or better Thursday. “You can’t have more...