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- Olsen retracts Tiger claim, calling it 'opinion'
- Sullivan wins Joburg Open with 66 | Scores
- Yang passes Lewis, wins in Thailand | Scores
- Top-ranked Ko wins 2nd straight tournament
- Report: PGA Tour to move Match Play to Texas
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- Love named U.S. Ryder Cup captain | Harig
- Presidents Cup goes to Quail Hollow in 2021
- Ice cream of the crop: 7 flavors of Nicklaus
- Harmon: Tiger too proud to seek my help
- Hahn wins Northern Trust in playoff | Scores
- Ko wins Women's Australian Open | Scores
- Bob Harig retweeted
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- Michelle Wie retweeted
- Francesco Molinari retweeted
- Joe Ogilvie retweeted
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|1||Jimmy Walker (USA)||9||$2,281,349|
|2||Bubba Watson (USA)||5||$2,140,950|
|3||Jason Day (AUS)||5||$1,816,178|
|4||Sang-Moon Bae (KOR)||9||$1,792,257|
|5||Brandt Snedeker (USA)||8||$1,756,913|
|6||Robert Streb (USA)||10||$1,743,267|
|7||Charley Hoffman (USA)||9||$1,621,207|
|8||Hideki Matsuyama (JPN)||10||$1,613,905|
|10||Patrick Reed (USA)||8||$1,566,033|
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The Honda Classic - FINAL
PGA National (Champion) - 2/26/2015
- Par: 35-35--70 Yards: 7,140 Purse: $6,100,000
- Def. Champ: Russell Henley - USA, 272 (8-under)