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  • Ryan Palmer misses chance for 59 in Humana Challenge

    Ryan Palmer misses chance for 59 in Humana Challenge
    LA QUINTA, Calif. — Ryan Palmer shot the lowest round in his PGA Tour career. He matched the tour record for the longest eagle-birdie streak. He moved into contention in the Humana Challenge. The 38-year-old Texan did his best to look at the...
  • Kuchar Stumbles, Gives Away Humana Challenge Lead

    LA QUINTA, Calif. — Matt Kuchar's ball crashed into the rocks at the foot of the Santa Rosa Mountains and shot sideways into the All-American Canal. More rocks and water gobbled up another ball — and with it, his third-round lead on...
  • String of bogeys knocks Kuchar from Humana Challenge lead

    String of bogeys knocks Kuchar from Humana Challenge lead
    LA QUINTA, Calif. (AP) — Matt Kuchar stumbled late in the third round of the Humana Challenge, handing the lead to Erik Compton, Bill Haas, Justin Thomas and Michael Putnam. Two strokes ahead after a birdie on the par-5 14th, Kuchar bogeyed...
  • 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...
  • Webb Simpson shares lead at Sony Open

    Webb Simpson shares lead at Sony Open
    HONOLULU — Webb Simpson was so determined to switch to a conventional putting style that he broke his belly putter over his knee so he could never use it again. He might be the most surprised of anyone to be tied for the lead Friday in the Sony...
  • Casey, Simpson tied for lead

    HONOLULU — Webb Simpson made his debut with a conventional putter Thursday at the Sony Open and might have wished he had used one sooner. One year away from the new rule that outlaws anchored strokes, Simpson ditched his belly putter for a regular...
  • From Jameis to Johnny to Jeter, it was a year to remember and forget

    From Jameis to Johnny to Jeter, it was a year to remember and forget
    This is a nostalgic look back at the sports year. Before we get going, a note to fans of Danica Patrick, Kim Jong Un and Will Muschamp's gameplans. Except for the stuff about Jameis Winston being a North Korean spy, this is largely satirical. So as...
  • 'Celtic Tiger' McIlroy emerges dominant in 2014 golf

    A year to forget for an injury-plagued Tiger Woods was savored sweetly by Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy after the 'Celtic Tiger' won two majors in 2014 to regain his status as the game's leading player. McIlroy ended a stellar campaign with four...
  • New generation of golfers emerging, and Tiger Woods may be back in swing

    New generation of golfers emerging, and Tiger Woods may be back in swing
    It isn't too often that Tiger Woods gets enthusiastic about finishing a tournament 26 strokes off the lead. But the grin on his face after the Hero World Challenge in early December had nothing to do with the score and everything to do with playing...
  • The year in review: The highest and lowest moments in golf

    The year in review: The highest and lowest moments in golf
    Golf, 2014 in review THE HIGHS • With all those Scottish fans chanting and singing and the photographers jostling for position, it seemed as if Rory McIlroy might get swallowed up by the crowd. Extricating himself for the briefest of moments, the...
  • Johnny Miller back at Father-Son after eight years, one shot back entering Sunday's final round

    Johnny Miller back at Father-Son after eight years, one shot back entering Sunday's final round
    Johnny Miller talks golf a lot more than he plays it. A casual 18 is not the idea of fun for a former U.S. Open winner. Neither is practicing and playing with a 67-year-old back. The rust and toll professional golf caused Miller to top three shots...