Looking for the man who logs the most miles each year on the PGA Tour? Turns out it’s not one of the golf pros — it’s the equipment guy.
Tiger Woods removed his shoes and socks to play a shot at a water hazard and it may have saved his tournament Thursday as he shot an even-par 70 in the first round of the Honda Classic.
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Any day now, the PGA Tour will announce a suspension for Vijay Singh. Unless, of course, it doesn't announce anything. But now is the time for Tim Finchem and the Tour to make its PED testing program public knowledge, writes Michael Bamberger.
The season's best rookie is a former Dawg with a silky smooth putting stroke.
There’s no shortage of anchor ban opinions, but one that doesn’t fly? That’s the belief that golfers would quit the game if not allowed to anchor their putters, ESPN.com’s Bob Harig writes.
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Rory McIlroy says that he isn't worried about his slow start to the season. But Golf Magazine's Cameron Morfit says the top-ranked player in the world should have a modest goal this week at the Honda Classic: make the cut and play all four rounds.
The calendar is about to turn to March, and here was Rory McIlroy at the Honda Classic Tuesday morning still answering questions about his much-ballyhooed move to Nike. So how concerned is the No. 1 player in the world? Not very.
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