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Stanford duo off to winning start at U.S. Four-Ball

Stanford teammates Maverick McNealy and Viraat Badhwar kept up their momentum from qualifying with a 6-and-4 victory to easily advance out of the first round of the inaugural U.S Amateur Four-Bal

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McIlroy: 'I played well at the right times' (1:35)

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Willett's finish pays big dividends (2:11)
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Remembering Calvin Peete (1:00)
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Bradley, Jimenez spar during match play round

A heated argument over a ruling between Keegan Bradley and Miguel Angel Jimenez marred the end of their match Friday afternoon at Harding Park, an almost unheard of occurrence in golf.

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U.S. Open champ Campbell quits golf to teach

Former U.S. Open champion Michael Campbell says he has lost the motivation to play top-level golf and is quitting to concentrate on teaching.

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USA Golf announces 4-person Pan Am squad

Kristen Gillman, Beau Hosler, Andrea Lee and Lee McCoy comprise Team USA for the upcoming Pan Am Games, the USA Golf Federation announced Thursday.

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Favorites for the Players Championship

Tiger Woods is in the field in Florida this weekend but he's a 30-1 longshot to win. Here are the favorites according to Westgate SuperBook:

  • Rory McIlroy: 7-1
  • Jordan Spieth: 7-1
  • Henrik Stenson: 20-1
  • Justin Rose: 20-1
  • Jim Furyk: 20-1

Jason Sobel: Temper Tiger expectations

"Now that he's gotten his game together, now that he's found his swing, found his short game, I expect improvements. But let's remember, the Players Championship has never been Tiger Woods' favorite tournament."

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Happy 26th birthday, Rory McIlroy!

The world No. 1 golfer celebrated a day early this year as he claimed his second World Golf Championship title Sunday, his 10th PGA Tour title. In the last 75 years, he's just the 3rd player to win 10 on Tour prior to turning 26. Not bad!

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Ben Crane @bencranegolf

I honestly think I sent a tweet 3 years ago complaining about dropping stuff between the seats and wondering why cars didn't have a blocker