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  • McIlroy named SJA's Sportsman of the Year

    Rory McIlroy, who won two majors and helped Europe retain the Ryder Cup in a stunning 2014, was named the British Sports Journalists Association's Sportsman of the Year on Thursday. The Irishman, who won the British Open and PGA Championship, finished...
  • Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson attend first Ryder Cup task force meeting

    Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson attend first Ryder Cup task force meeting
    Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler were among the 11 members of a task force that met for the first time Tuesday to address ways of making the U.S. team more competitive in Ryder Cup play. The four-hour gathering took place at PGA of...
  • McIlroy wins Golf Writers Trophy after stunning season

    World number one Rory McIlroy has won the Golf Writers Trophy for the second time in three years after an impressive season saw him claim two major championships and play an influential role in Europe's Ryder Cup victory. The 25-year-old Northern...
  • Reed's colors show how times have changed for Tiger Woods

    Reed's colors show how times have changed for Tiger Woods
    Jordan Spieth looked over at Patrick Reed Friday morning and wasn't the least bit surprised. "Of course Patrick is wearing red and black," he said. Those colors used to make golfers melt when they saw them on Tiger Woods. Now guys are wearing them...
  • Kaymer looking to turn Sun City into Fun City

    No sooner does one golf season end than another one begins and for Martin Kaymer it will be just as important to have a bit of fun as it will be to compete at this week's Nedbank Challenge in South Africa. The U.S. Open champion, feeling tired after a...
  • American Spieth buries weekend woes at Australian Open

    American prodigy Jordan Spieth said closing out his victory at the Australian Open in such spectacular style on Sunday was a major step on the path that he hopes will take him to the top of the world rankings one day. The 21-year-old Texan marked himself...
  • Rory McIlroy looking to keep legal problems out of his mind

    Rory McIlroy looking to keep legal problems out of his mind
    A long-running lawsuit against his former management company has Rory McIlroy feeling "annoyed," but the world's top-ranked golfer says he is trying to focus on finishing the season with a bang. Speaking to reporters before the DP World Tour...
  • Travels alter worldview for girls Golfer of Year

    Travels alter worldview for girls Golfer of Year
    No matter where Sierra Brooks has played golf in the past year, her game has traveled well. The Lake Mary Prep junior's skills showed no sign of jetlag at the Junior Ryder Cup in Scotland, the Junior Open Championship in Liverpool, England, and the...
  • Patrick Reed apologizes for using anti-gay slur, F-bombs

    Patrick Reed apologizes for using anti-gay slur, F-bombs
    Golfer Patrick Reed apologized Friday for a profane outburst, which included an anti-gay slur and was caught on live TV, over his own play at the HSBC Champions in Shanghai on Friday. “Yesterday, I made a stupid error,” Reed said. “...
  • Lake Mary Prep captures 1A state girls golf title

    Lake Mary Prep captures 1A state girls golf title
    HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS — As Lake Mary Prep's golfers celebrated near the green at the 18th hole of Mission Inn's El Campeon course Wednesday, camera phones started clicking. A group of about 20, including parents, fans and school officials, captured...
  • Ousted PGA president Ted Bishop talks about offensive comments

    Ousted PGA president Ted Bishop talks about offensive comments
    Not long after Ted Bishop posted his infamous comments on social media -- the ones that referred to Ian Poulter as a "Lil Girl" -- the ousted PGA of America president realized he had made a mistake. "I felt like throwing up," he said in an interview...