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John Daly’s hilarious workout routine is exactly what you’d expect

A few weeks ago, golf fans took a collective gasp at the sheer ferocity of Champions Tour player Vijay Singh’s workout routine. The three-time major champion, who earned his reputation as the tour’s hardest worker during his prime on the PGA Tour, certainly isn’t letting up now that he’s joined the

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About that altitude: Tiger Woods is hitting 180-yard wedges in Mexico

Tiger Woods is making his competitive Mexican debut this week at Chapultepec Golf Club. But more than adjusting to the culture, that means adjusting to the altitude. During his pre-tournament press conference Wednesday, Woods acknowledged that figuring out yardages at nearly 8,000 feet has been the

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WATCH: Lion chases down leopard at the wildest golf course you’ve ever seen

Skukuza Golf Club is a wild, fascinating place. The nine-hole course is located within the limits of Kruger National Park in South Africa, which immediately sends it to the top of the “best wildlife sightings” golf course power rankings. Evidence of that popped up over the weekend, when video surfac

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Nelly Korda captures ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open title

Nelly Korda captured the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open title on Sunday for her second career LPGA Tour win in a span of four months. She also became the fourth member of her family to win a sporting event Down Under.

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What exactly is the PGA Tour’s Pace of Play policy? Here are the basics

On the heels of J.B. Holmes’s win at Riviera, the Tour’s Pace of Play policy has been thrust back into the spotlight. But what exactly is the Pace of Play policy on Tour?. Golf Channel’s George Savaricas tweeted the Tour’s official document, which lists the guidelines.

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‘Truly a dream come true’: Stricker officially announced as 2020 Ryder Cup captain

The worst-kept secret in golf has finally been shared publicly: Steve Stricker is your 2020 United States Ryder Cup captain. Stricker was introduced as such by the PGA of America during a news conference Wednesday morning in Milwaukee, and almost immediately was overwhelmed.

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Tiger Woods’s old Scotty Cameron putter sells for big money at auction

Tiger Woods once told his son, Charlie, there were two putters in his putting studio that were off-limits: “There’s the black one I won with the Teryllium insert. I won the Masters in ’97 with it and [the Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS]. They sit next to each other. Touch any other putter, do anything

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‘Let the players figure it out’: Azinger advises Stricker to stay out of Reed drama

A 12-time PGA Tour winner, Stricker was officially named the 2020 Ryder Cup captain for the U.S. on Wednesday, and he has already addressed the situation surrounding Reed and his teammates. Reed told the New York Times he had no say in pairings and questioned the decision to split up him and Jordan

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2019 Genesis Open: Third round tee times, groups, and how to watch

Genesis Open third round tee times have been announced for Saturday evening following a mad scramble to finish the second round. After a seven-hour delay on Thursday delayed play, second-round action at Riviera Country Club spilled over into Saturday. The second round was finally completed just afte

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Spieth's dad on bag in Mexico after death of caddie Greller's dad

Jordan Spieth will be playing with a heavy heart this week at the WGC-Mexico Championship. Golf Channel's Todd Lewis first reported that Spieth's caddie, Michael Greller, won't carry Spieth's bag at Chapultepec Golf Club in Mexico City as he returns home to be with his family after the death of his

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Some of the best chippers in history do these two things for extra-crisp chips

Top Teacher Andrew Rice has two thoughts to help your improve your chipping strike: Rotate and Rise. You probably think “staying down” is a good idea when hitting chip shots. It’s not. Staying down limits rotation and alters the radius of your swing, which has an adverse effect on strike quality. Wh

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Slow play on PGA Tour: Problem of policy or implementation?

MEXICO CITY – Pace of play at the game’s top echelon is an issue, again, because social media said so. Armchair rules officials with quick fingers on the stopwatch marched from the electronic woodwork on Sunday as J.B. Holmes inched his way around Riviera Country Club to his fifth PGA Tour victory.

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Tiger Woods ran out of gas this week, but make no mistake: Riviera now belongs to him

PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. – Someday you’ll think of this historic Tour event here — the old L.A. Open at Riviera — as Tiger’s tournament. As Bay Hill is to Arnie and the Memorial is to Big Jack, this golfing get-together will belong to Tiger Woods. Maybe, someday, he’ll even get a photo of himself o

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Highlights: Tiger's final round includes holeout from bunker

Maybe Tiger Woods should think about starting every day with a 2 a.m. wakeup call. This week's tournament host finished off a round of 6-under 65 Sunday morning, and went right back out for his final round.

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Tiger tinkering with equipment, swing in high elevation

MEXICO CITY – Although he’s won the WGC-Mexico Championship seven times, this is Tiger Woods’ first trip to Mexico City and he admitted on Wednesday that the course presents a unique test because of the layout’s elevation.

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Moving night?! Tiger Woods starts birdie-eagle-birdie-birdie at Genesis

If birdie-eagle-birdie-birdie is your idea of a good start, Tiger Woods dialed up just that to begin his third round Saturday night at the Genesis Open. With tee times pushed back due to Thursday’s weather delay, Tiger Woods began his third round on the 10th tee at Riviera Country Club alongside Cod

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In defense of J.B. Holmes: Why the PGA Tour’s slow play problem has nothing to do with one guy

Two days after golf’s tastemakers — in the broadcast booth, on social media, and in the media-media — collectively excoriated J.B. Holmes for grinding the Genesis Open’s final nine holes to a near-halt, I submit to you this simple idea: It is not his responsibility to play fast. He has little incent

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‘Tinder’ for tee times: How golf-club members are using digital networks to gain access to exclusive courses

If you play a lot of golf on the world’s best courses, well, then, lucky you. But unless you log those rounds in the cheerful company of kindred spirits, you haven’t hit the jackpot of good fortune.

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The Etiquetteist: What’s the right amount to tip a caddie?

If etiquette questions were adjudicated in the court of public opinion, the gavel would come down against Matt Kuchar, who is widely seen as having stiffed his fill-in caddie after tipping him a reported $2,000 in the wake of his $1.3 million win at the Mayakoba Classic in November.

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‘It’s a real bad look’: Little sympathy for Matt Kuchar in Riviera caddie yard

PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. — In cold, wet conditions that suspended play for seven hours at rain-soaked Riviera Country Club, Matt Kuchar never made it to the 1st tee during the first round of the Genesis Open. So, the golfer with the perma-grin gave his caddie, John Wood, the day off and instead had

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