• Three-time champ Annika Sorenstam named ambassador for 75th U.S. Women's Open

    Three-time champ Annika Sorenstam named ambassador for 75th U.S. Women's Open
    Annika Sorenstam will serve as ambassador in the USGA’s build up to the 75th U.S. Women’s Open, the organization announced Wednesday.Sorenstam, a three-time winner of the championship, will preside over the event and the initiatives celebrating the milestone.Originally scheduled to be played this week, the championship was rescheduled to Dec. 10-13, still to be played at Champions Golf Club in Houston, Texas.“The championship means a lot to me and my career, and I look forward
  • PGA Tour says COVID-19 tests results will be delivered in 2-4 hours

    PGA Tour says COVID-19 tests results will be delivered in 2-4 hours
    More details were unveiled on Wednesday regarding the PGA Tour’s “layered testing” component that will be the cornerstone of the circuit’s return to competition next week at the Charles Schwab Challenge.Stanford Health was named the circuit’s COVID-19 on-site testing provider, with plans to deploy three testing units that will arrive at tournaments the Saturday before the first round and will remain on-site through Thursday.The RT PCR tests that every player, caddie
  • World ranking to resume as normal with PGA Tour restart

    World ranking to resume as normal with PGA Tour restart
    The world ranking, which was frozen in March when play was halted on every tour around the world because of the COVID-19 pandemic, will restart as normal next week with the resumption of play on the PGA Tour and Korn Ferry Tour.Next week’s field at the Charles Schwab Challenge, the first event since The Players Championship was canceled in March, is set to be the best in the event’s history and includes world No. 1 Rory McIlroy, No. 2 Jon Rahm and No. 3 Brooks Koepka. With
  • NCAA men's simulation: Texas, Pepperdine's Sahith Theegala win titles

    NCAA men's simulation: Texas, Pepperdine's Sahith Theegala win titles
    If this were any other year, we’d soon be crowning an NCAA Division I men’s golf champion.This year, on this very Wednesday, it was supposed to be at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona, but the COVID-19 pandemic had other plans.So, instead of just letting a shortened season disappear into the history books, our college golf experts at Golf Channel teamed up with other top college-golf voices to ask this burning question: What if?In this simulation, our panel – comprised
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  • PGA Tour gauging interest in potential replacement feeder tour

    PGA Tour gauging interest in potential replacement feeder tour
    Could the PGA Tour be creating a temporary feeder tour?That’s the plan, according to an email that was sent by the Tour to members of the Mackenzie Tour, PGA Tour Latinoamerica and PGA Tour China gauging interest in a potential U.S.-based replacement tour.The proposed idea, per the email, which was obtained by GolfChannel.com, calls for approximately six 54-hole tournaments, each with 36-hole cuts, to be played from August to mid-October. The goal is for two to three consecutive
  • PGA Tour, Korn Ferry Tour players to team up this week in Sea Island event

    PGA Tour, Korn Ferry Tour players to team up this week in Sea Island event
    With the PGA Tour and Korn Ferry Tour each a week away from returning to competition, Sea Island Resort in St. Simons Island, Georgia, will host a dry run of sorts this week.The 36-hole, best-ball team event begins Friday at the resort's Seaside Course, which hosts the RSM Classic each fall, and features a Tour-caliber field. There will be 20 two-man teams, each comprised of one PGA Tour player and one KFT player.Fifteen of the 20 Tour players entered are PGA Tour winners, including World G
  • Muirfield Village to host back-to-back PGA Tour events

    Muirfield Village to host back-to-back PGA Tour events
    Muirfield Village is hosting a doubleheader.The PGA Tour announced Tuesday that it has found a replacement tournament for the canceled John Deere Classic: a full-field, open event that will be held without fans July 9-12, a week before The Memorial Tournament. Workday has agreed to title sponsor the first event at Muirfield Village, which will feature a 156-player field. It is currently unclear what role Memorial host Jack Nicklaus will have with the Workday event.The Memorial will still be
  • Golf Central Podcast: Is the PGA Tour ready for a return?

    Golf Central Podcast: Is the PGA Tour ready for a return?
    GolfChannel.com senior writers Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner discuss the logistics behind the PGA Tour's return to action next week at Colonial, where 16 of the top 20 players in the Official World Golf Ranking are scheduled to be in the field.Listen below:
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  • Commissioner Jay Monahan wants PGA Tour to be 'part of the solution' during social crisis

    Commissioner Jay Monahan wants PGA Tour to be 'part of the solution' during social crisis
    As the nation grapples with the death of an unarmed black man in police custody, the PGA Tour is looking to play a role in the country’s healing.According to a memo obtained by Golf Channel, PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan addressed his staff via email Monday about his organization being “part of the solution.”The memo was also to be sent out to PGA Tour players on Tuesday, according to a source.“This past weekend, I – like many of you, I’m sure –
  • Sahith Theegala fires 62 in first round as a professional

    Sahith Theegala fires 62 in first round as a professional
    Sahith Theegala's pro career is off and running – or sprinting.The Pepperdine product, who won the Haskins Award last month as the player of the year in Division I men's college golf, fired a blazing 9-under 62 Monday in the opening round of the Outlaw Tour's Lone Tree Classic. It was Theegala's first round as a professional, and he shares the lead with Andrew Funk."It feels great [to be making my pro debut]," Theegala said afterward in an interview posted by the Outlaw Tour on Twitter.&nb
  • Tiger Woods, Harold Varner III, LPGA among those speaking out against racism, injustice

    Tiger Woods, Harold Varner III, LPGA among those speaking out against racism, injustice
     Updated at 9:45 p.m. ETAs protests continue around the country in response to the deaths of George Floyd and other black victims of police brutality, many members of the golf community are speaking out against injustice, inequality and racism."There is a lot of of beauty and love in this world," wrote Harold Varner III on Twitter. "I pray for equality and social justice as we all so desperately deserve that in this day and age. I pray for humanity even more because regardless of
  • Harold Varner III, LPGA among those speaking out against racism, injustice

    Harold Varner III, LPGA among those speaking out against racism, injustice
    As protests continue around the country in response to the deaths of George Floyd and other black victims of police brutality, many members of the golf community are speaking out against injustice, inequality and racism."There is a lot of of beauty and love in this world," wrote Harold Varner III on Twitter. "I pray for equality and social justice as we all so desperately deserve that in this day and age. I pray for humanity even more because regardless of color, WE need each other to
  • PGA Tour memo says at-home virus testing 'strongly suggested' but not mandatory

    PGA Tour memo says at-home virus testing 'strongly suggested' but not mandatory
    With one week remaining before the PGA Tour returns to competition at the Charles Schwab Challenge, the circuit expanded its health and safety blueprint via a 34-page Participant Resource Guide.Although much of what’s covered in the guide, which was issued to players on Monday and obtained by GolfChannel.com, has already been announced, the Tour did outline, in great detail, the plan to return to competition, pointing out that “every aspect of tournament operations has been modified.
  • From John Augenstein to John Pak, PGA Tour U’s inaugural class is absolutely loaded

    From John Augenstein to John Pak, PGA Tour U’s inaugural class is absolutely loaded
    As the coronavirus pandemic threatens to alter the landscape of college golf, not every potential effect is negative.Amid budgets concerns.Amid rumblings of reduced competition days and uber-regional schedules.Amid shuttered programs such as Akron and Brown.The NCAA’s decision to grant student-athletes an extra year of eligibility, along with the lack of professional playing opportunities and shortage of sponsorship dollars, has caused most of college golf’s top seniors to return to
  • Georgia Tech's Andy Ogletree to play Charles Schwab Challenge

    Georgia Tech's Andy Ogletree to play Charles Schwab Challenge
    When the PGA Tour returns to action later this month at Colonial, there won't just be professionals competing.Georgia Tech senior Andy Ogletree, the reigning U.S. Amateur champion, will make his Tour debut June 11-14 at the Charles Schwab Challenge, playing on a sponsor exemption."I've been dreaming of playing the PGA Tour since I was 5 years old," Ogletree told WTOK, the ABC affiliate in Ogletree's native Little Rock, Mississippi. "That's been my goal and to see a goal achieved and st
  • What is PGA Tour University? A detailed look at the Tour's new major

    What is PGA Tour University? A detailed look at the Tour's new major
    The PGA Tour has a new major.This one, however, is only for college players.After more than three years of deliberating, constructing and fine-tuning, the Tour lifted the veil Monday on PGA Tour University, its new program designed to give the top Division I senior golfers post-college playing privileges on its various developmental tours, including the Korn Ferry Tour.“This is a massive opportunity for the Tour to make an impact,” said Brendan von Doehren, the Korn Ferry Tour’
  • Vijay Singh pulls out of Korn Ferry Tour event at TPC Sawgrass

    Vijay Singh pulls out of Korn Ferry Tour event at TPC Sawgrass
    Vijay Singh will not be in the field when the Korn Ferry Tour returns to action in two weeks.The PGA Tour confirmed to GolfChannell.com that the 57-year-old Singh has decided to withdraw from the Korn Ferry Tour Challenge, which is set for June 11-14 at TPC Sawgrass’ Dye’s Valley Course in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.Singh sparked quite the controversy earlier this month when he decided to enter the event. Despite being a lifetime PGA Tour member, which allows him to enter any KF
  • PGA Tour University a major boon to both the Tour and college golf

    PGA Tour University a major boon to both the Tour and college golf
    They’ve got it pretty good, these elite college golfers.Their swings have been optimized by $20,000 TrackMan devices; their games sharpened at the school’s state-of-the-art practice facility; their bodies rebuilt in Olympic-sized weight rooms. Throughout the season they play only the best schedules, on the stoutest courses, against the deepest fields. Their travel arrangements are made for them. Dinner reservations, too. When they check in at the host hotel, they’re not showing
  • Mackenzie Tour cancels remainder of season amid coronavirus pandemic

    Mackenzie Tour cancels remainder of season amid coronavirus pandemic
    Just as many other professional sports leagues are planning for or gearing up for a return to play, the Mackenzie Tour is shutting down for the remainder of the season.Border restrictions, mandatory quarantines for those who enter Canada and gathering restrictions in all provinces because of the coronavirus pandemic were just a few reasons that led the tour to cancel its season. “With growing uncertainty surrounding the border and the 14-day quarantine regulations, among other fa
  • LPGA caddie: 'Quite shocked' when caddie option announced; fearful for future

    LPGA caddie: 'Quite shocked' when caddie option announced; fearful for future
    LPGA caddies are eager to do the math when the tour makes its scheduled restart at the Marathon Classic in late July.With caddies optional for the rest of the year, how many players will actually choose to carry their own bags?The tour said the caddie option is intended as a safety protocol for the rest of the year. It’s meant as an option for players who don’t have a regular caddie and would typically hire a local caddie, someone they might not feel comfortable playing alongside dur
  • Caroline Masson fears contracting the virus while on the road when LPGA returns

    Caroline Masson fears contracting the virus while on the road when LPGA returns
    LPGA pros and caddies will be watching closely when the PGA Tour makes its scheduled return in 12 days.There’s trepidation within the LPGA ranks with states still under public gathering restrictions and with international travel included early in the tour’s planned restart amid the coronavirus pandemic.Germany’s Caroline Masson says she is concerned about travel logistics, especially if a player were to contract COVID-19 while away from home.“There are players and ca
  • PGA Tour considering back-to-back events in Columbus as replacement for Deere

    PGA Tour considering back-to-back events in Columbus as replacement for Deere
    The PGA Tour continues to search for a replacement event following Thursday’s announcement that the John Deere Classic has been cancelled for 2020.According to numerous sources, that event will likely be played in Columbus, Ohio.Although sources say the situation is still fluid, the replacement event would be held in Columbus the week before the Tour plays the Memorial at Muirfield Village. Having back-to-back events in one area would reduce travel and make it easier for official
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  • Despite revised state order, PGA Tour will keep Colonial closed to the public

    Despite revised state order, PGA Tour will keep Colonial closed to the public
    Despite a revised state order that would allow fans to attend next month’s Charles Schwab Challenge in Texas, the PGA Tour plans to proceed without fans for at least the first four events when play resumes.“The PGA Tour’s primary focus continues to be the health and well-being of all involved with our tournaments and the communities in which we play,” a statement from the Tour read. “We plan to resume play at the Charles Schwab Challenge with the event – and t
  • Annika Foundation donating $50K in grants to Symetra Tour players

    Annika Foundation donating $50K in grants to Symetra Tour players
    Annika Sorenstam’s charitable organization will award $50,000 in grants to Symetra Tour players.The Annika Foundation Crisis Relief Fund will award an initial round of $500 grants to 100 players, the foundation announced Friday. Symetra Tour players with status in categories A-K who demonstrate need due to the Covid-19 pandemic are eligible to apply for the grants.The application deadline is June 12 with grants expected to be distributed beginning July 1.Details can be found at www.annikaf
  • John Deere Classic canceled; PGA Tour plans to schedule replacement event

    John Deere Classic canceled; PGA Tour plans to schedule replacement event
    The PGA Tour's revamped summer schedule won't include the John Deere Classic.Tournament officials announced Thursday that the event, slated for July 9-12 at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois, will not be played this year."Because of the ongoing health and safety concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic, the difficult decision was made to cancel the 2020 John Deere Classic," tournament director Clair Peterson said in a statement. "While we considered several alternatives to the Classic, this
  • John Deere Classic canceled because of coronavirus restrictions

    John Deere Classic canceled because of coronavirus restrictions
    The PGA Tour's revamped summer schedule won't include the John Deere Classic.Tournament director Clair Peterson confirmed to GolfChannel.com that the event, slated for July 9-12 at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois, will not be played this year.The tournament was expected to be the fifth Tour event following a three-month hiatus stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic and was penciled in as the first that could have potentially included fans. Instead, the event won't be played at all because of
  • Keith Pelley says to expect news on the OWGR in the 'next seven days'

    Keith Pelley says to expect news on the OWGR in the 'next seven days'
    Thursday’s announcement that the European Tour would resume its schedule in late July brings the competitive calendar into focus, but it remains unclear when the Official World Golf Ranking will resume.When the COVID-19 pandemic halted golf in March, the OWGR was quick to respond of the world’s professional tours and the ranking was frozen.With the PGA Tour’s scheduled return to competition next month at the Charles Schwab Challenge now becoming more of a re
  • Keith Pelley says to expect an update on the OWGR in the 'next seven days'

    Keith Pelley says to expect an update on the OWGR in the 'next seven days'
    Thursday’s announcement that the European Tour would resume its schedule in late July brings the competitive calendar into focus, but it remains unclear when the Official World Golf Ranking will resume.When the COVID-19 pandemic halted golf in March, the OWGR was quick to respond of the world’s professional tours and the ranking was frozen.With the PGA Tour’s scheduled return to competition next month at the Charles Schwab Challenge now becoming more of a re
  • Asked for a Ryder Cup update, European Tour's Keith Pelley stays mum

    Asked for a Ryder Cup update, European Tour's Keith Pelley stays mum
    On Tuesday, Rory McIlroy said it is his “personal hunch” that the Ryder Cup would be postponed until 2021, and Thursday’s announcement that the European Tour would resume its schedule in late July didn’t include any update.European Tour chief executive Keith Pelley declined to discuss the status of the matches, whether the event might be played without fans or how the points system would work based on the revised tour schedule.European Tour to resume in July with six-even
  • European Tour to resume in July with six-event U.K. Swing in England and Wales

    European Tour to resume in July with six-event U.K. Swing in England and Wales
    The European Tour has released its plan to resume play, with the schedule set to restart in late July and begin with a United Kingdom swing of six events in England and Wales.The plan calls for play in clusters to limit travel and mitigate risks caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The British Masters from July 22-25 is the first tournament and will be followed by five new events in August. The schedule currently concludes with four Rolex Series events in Scotland, England, South Africa and the Unit
  • Tony Jacklin calls Sergio Garcia biggest underachiever in golf

    Tony Jacklin calls Sergio Garcia biggest underachiever in golf
    Sergio Garcia has won 25 times in the U.S. and Europe, including 10 PGA Tour titles highlighted by the 2017 Masters. But in the eye of Hall-of-Famer Tony Jacklin, that haul pales in comparison to what might have been.Jacklin won two majors during his playing career, the 1969 Open and 1970 U.S. Open, and captained the European Ryder Cup team four times in the 1980s. Speaking to Golfweek, the Englishman picked Garcia when asked to name the biggest underachiever in golf he had ever seen."He's been
  • Phil Mickelson 'open' to wearing microphone during tournament play

    Phil Mickelson 'open' to wearing microphone during tournament play
    Days after peeling back the curtain during a charity exhibition match, Phil Mickelson shared that he is open to wearing a microphone to give TV viewers additional insight during regular PGA Tour competition.Mickelson teamed with NFL quarterback Tom Brady during the Champions for Charity match, coming up short against Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning on the 18th hole. But the exhibition featured all four players wearing microphones and offered a glimpse into the on-course discussion between both te
  • PGA Tour's latest memo advises players of where to stay and eat at Colonial

    PGA Tour's latest memo advises players of where to stay and eat at Colonial
    The first tee shot of the PGA Tour’s restart is still two weeks away, but players are being advised to start their preparations now for the Charles Schwab Challenge.In a memo sent to players on Wednesday, tournament director Michael Tothe outlined many of the protocols that will be required when play resumes on June 11 at Colonial including the four Fort Worth, Texas, hotels that will create the foundation of the circuit’s “bubble” for the week.Will the PGA Tour's fine li
  • Golf Central Podcast: Tiger Woods looked good, but when will we see him again?

    Golf Central Podcast: Tiger Woods looked good, but when will we see him again?
    Playing for the first time in three months, Tiger Woods looked pretty good in last Sunday's exhibition. But when will we see him in real competition on the PGA Tour? GolfChannel.com senior writers Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner discuss Tiger's schedule as well as who they would like to see in future made-for-TV events.Click below to listen.
  • With no Q-Series, Arizona State’s Olivia Mehaffey joins list of women’s seniors returning to school

    With no Q-Series, Arizona State’s Olivia Mehaffey joins list of women’s seniors returning to school
    Two months ago, Olivia Mehaffey and her Arizona State team had just stepped off the ferry at the Pearl Harbor National Memorial in Honolulu when their phones started buzzing.The NCAA had canceled the rest of the season and effectively ended the career of Mehaffey, the Sun Devils’ lone senior.“We’re at Pearl Harbor, so it was already somber to begin with, but when we got the news, we all just stood there, huddled, and just broke down in tears,” Arizona State coach Missy Fa
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  • Best of: The Match II with Woods/Manning and Mickelson/Brady

    Best of: The Match II with Woods/Manning and Mickelson/Brady
    Here's a look at some of the best photos of the Match II with Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning, Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady from Medalist Golf Club.
  • Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning hang on to win Champions for Charity match

    Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning hang on to win Champions for Charity match
    Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning hung on to defeat Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady, 1 up, to win The Match: Champions for Charity.In a match delayed by nearly an hour because of rain and played in sporadically wet conditions, Woods and Manning teamed to dominate the best-ball portion of the competition at Medalist Golf Club. They won three of the first six holes, including a lengthy birdie make from Manning on No. 4, to build an early advantage. Mickelson and Brady both struggled to get on track earl
  • Watch: Struggling Tom Brady holes approach shot for a birdie

    Watch: Struggling Tom Brady holes approach shot for a birdie
    Tom Brady says he’s an 8.1 handicap – just like JaMarcus Russell claimed to be an NFL quarterback.Technically, both statements hold truth, but Brady looked more Russell than G.O.A.T. on the golf course Sunday.Brady, teaming with Phil Mickelson against Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning in The Match: Champions for Charity, started horribly on the front nine at Medalist Golf Club in Hobe Sound, Florida.Brady was playing so poorly in the better-ball format, that Medalist member Brooks Koepk
  • World Nos. 1 and 3, Jin Young Ko and Sung Hyun Park, split charity skins match

    World Nos. 1 and 3, Jin Young Ko and Sung Hyun Park, split charity skins match
    Rolex world No. 1 Jin Young Ko and No. 3 Sung Hyun Park split their Hyundai Card charity skins game match in Incheon, South Korea, on Sunday.Ko rolled in a 16-foot birdie putt at the final hole that actually made both players’ wishes come true.“I think the match played out exactly the way we wanted,” Park said in a Yonhap News Agency story. “We talked before the match about how we should take the same amount of money, and it's pretty amazing that we got the result we want
  • Hole-by-hole recap: Woods/Manning hold on for 1-up victory at Match II

    Hole-by-hole recap: Woods/Manning hold on for 1-up victory at Match II
    Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson held off a late charge by Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady to win The Match: Champions for Charity on Sunday at Medalist Golf Club in Hobe Sound, Florida.Woods and Manning built a 3-up lead after nine holes of best ball, but Brady, who had the highlight of the match with a hole-out birdie at the par-5 seventh, and Mickelson clawed back in modified alternate shot to 1 down with four holes to play.But in the end, Woods and Manning closed out the 1-up victory on the final
  • Hole-by-hole recap: The Match II with Woods/Manning vs. Mickelson/Brady

    Hole-by-hole recap: The Match II with Woods/Manning vs. Mickelson/Brady
    Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are at it again, this time with two of the best quarterbacks in NFL history.The Match: Champions for Charity, also known as The Match II, will match Woods and Peyton Manning against Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady at Medalist Golf Club in Hobe Sound, Florida.The format for the match will be four-ball on the front nine, with the fifth hole being a one-club challenge, while the back nine will be played using modified alternate shot in which the teams select the best dri
  • The Shell's Wonderful World of Golf matches on Golf Channel this week

    The Shell's Wonderful World of Golf matches on Golf Channel this week
    Henry Cotton won three Open Championships, in 1934, '37 and '48. He helped Great Britain and Ireland win the second Ryder Cup matches, in 1929, and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1980.If you enjoy watching the game's early greats compete, players you might never have seen before or just missed in their primes, Golf Channel has a treat for you this week.Beginning Thursday, Golf Channel will be showcasing some classic Shell's Wonderful World of Golf matches, featuring legendary p
  • NCAA women's simulation: Wake Forest, Emilia Migliaccio sweep national titles

    NCAA women's simulation: Wake Forest, Emilia Migliaccio sweep national titles
    If this were any other year, we’d soon be crowning an NCAA Division I women’s golf champion.This year, on this very Wednesday, it was supposed to be at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona, but the COVID-19 pandemic had other plans.So, instead of just letting a shortened season disappear into the history books, our college golf experts at Golf Channel teamed up with other top college-golf voices to ask this burning question: What if?In this simulation, our panel – comprise
  • PGA Tour details charter-flight policy and costs in memo to players

    PGA Tour details charter-flight policy and costs in memo to players
    One of the cornerstones of the PGA Tour’s plan to return to competition next month will be the chartered flights from one tournament to the next for players and caddies. On Friday, the circuit unveiled its guidelines for those flights.In a memo sent to players, the Tour stressed that the “use [of the charter flights] by players and caddies is strongly encouraged,” and that players will be required to take a COVID-19 saliva test prior to boarding the flight.The tests will be giv
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  • Kevin Na believes Tiger Woods will captain the 2022 U.S. Ryder Cup team

    Kevin Na believes Tiger Woods will captain the 2022 U.S. Ryder Cup team
    Professional golf generates an endless rumor mill, and even during the COVID-19 pandemic that hasn’t changed.During an interview this week with Sky Sports, Kevin Na let slip what would be the season’s biggest rumor regarding the next U.S. Ryder Cup captain.Na said his goal is to qualify for this year’s U.S. Ryder Cup team and added, “and the following Ryder Cup (2022) in Italy, and I believe the captain is Tiger Woods.”Na quickly backtracked when asked to
  • New Texas resident Brandon Wu takes down Scottie Scheffler to win Maridoe 2.0 title

    New Texas resident Brandon Wu takes down Scottie Scheffler to win Maridoe 2.0 title
    Brandon Wu is adjusting well to life in the Lone Star State.The 23-year-old Stanford product, who was born in New York and prepped at prestigious Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts, found himself in unfamiliar surroundings when he moved to Dallas in mid-February.But he's had plenty of time to settle in. His last tournament was nearly four months ago at Pebble Beach, and he took about a month off at the start of the coronavirus pandemic before only recently returning practice at hi
  • Round-by-round look, from Pebble to Augusta, at the Tiger Slam

    Round-by-round look, from Pebble to Augusta, at the Tiger Slam
    After winning the 1999 PGA Championship, his first major victory in over two years, Tiger Woods finished fifth at the 2000 Masters Tournament. It would be 14 months until he lost another major championship.Here's a round-by-round look, from the 2000 U.S. Open through the 2001 Masters, at what Woods shot and where he stood on the leaderboard. 2000 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach  Tiger's score (par 71) Position Standing First round 65 1 (-6) 1-shot lead Second round 69 1 (-8) 6-shot lead Thir

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