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36mJason Sobel

Sobel: The two Justins entertain in their own way

Inside the ropes is Justin Rose's spot to shine. On Thursday, he wasn't the most famous Justin in his foursome at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, but it didn't bother him on his way to a 66.

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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am leaderboard

Chez Reavie's first-round lead is under threat as the field around him closes in Friday at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Follow the scores here.

SVP's brief encounter with Bill Murray at Pebble Beach (2:30)
Watson doesn't need a putter to make this shot (0:20)
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Michael the man to catch at Tshwane Open

South Africa's Anthony Michael set a testing clubhouse target on day two of the Tshwane Open as compatriot Justin Harding reinvigorated his title chances with a hole-in-one.

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Love gets head start on knowing Ryder Cup team

U.S. Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III said his first "team meeting" would be in two weeks at the Honda Classic for at least 20 players, maybe twice that many, depending on who is playing.

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European Tour hails pace of play policy

Chief executive Keith Pelley has hailed the European Tour's new pace of play policy a success after rounds during the recent 'Desert Swing' were completed up to 19 minutes quicker.

If your vault gets too big, build a bigger vault (2:39)
Coachman: Rickie Fowler finally getting his due (1:51)
Playoff loss will make Fowler hungrier (0:56)
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Munoz wins hometown Web.com Club Colombia

Sebastian Munoz won his hometown Club Colombia Championship on Sunday for his first Web.com Tour victory by two-putting for birdie on the final hole to secure a 1-stroke victory.

Matsuyama beats Fowler on 4th playoff hole (1:52)
Matsuyama hoping win propels confidence (1:20)
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Willett eyes Ryder Cup, Olympics after Dubai win

Danny Willett set his sights on a place in the Olympics and Ryder Cup after holding his nerve to win the Dubai Desert Classic and take a massive step towards a place in the world's top 10.

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Toledo overcomes Andrade in Allianz playoff

Esteban Toledo continued his playoff success Sunday, beating Billy Andrade on the third extra hole to win the Allianz Championship on a cold, windy day at Broken Sound Club.

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6dJosh Weinfuss

Watson takes mulligan, apologizes for tough talk

Bubba Watson's distaste for TPC Scottsdale remains, but he admitted Friday he misspoke when he said he was only playing the Phoenix Open because three of his sponsors "love it here."

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Jang's late birdie leads to 1st LPGA Tour title

Ha Na Jang won her first LPGA Tour title Saturday by making a late birdie to take the lead and closing with an even-par 72 for a two-shot victory over Canadian teen Brooke Henderson.

Panthers fan Varner III does some dabbing (1:37)
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8dGordon Simpson

Westwood to put divorce distractions behind him

Lee Westwood had a poor 2015 and has started badly at the Dubai Desert Classic but is determined to put aside divorce distractions and enjoy his golf.

Eldrick The Robot sinks hole-in-one on fifth swing (0:19)
Larry Fitzgerald booed at boisterous 16th hole in Phoenix (2:09)
How loud can TPC Scottsdale's 16th hole get? (1:55)
Stewart Cink hits 94-foot putt across basketball court (0:54)
Not your everyday 3-putt, possibly best ever (0:20)


Jason Sobel Senior Writer 

Following his opening-round 4-under 68 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am yesterday, Phil Mickelson called himself "an idiot" for switching drivers before the round. Wonder what he'll call himself today, as he's already birdied four of his first five holes at Monterey Peninsula CC, moving him into early possession of solo third place on the leaderboard.

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Yesterday: Phil Mickelson shoots 68, calls himself an idiot. Today: Phil Mickelson birdies 3 of first 4, moves into third place.

Michael Collins Senior Writer 

Caddies DO NOT want money from the golfers. The PGA Tour proudly announces giving away over $1 BILLION to charity since 2005 ($2.14 billion total). In 2014, using $4 million for a caddie benefits fund, charities would have received $136.5 million. Instead-Caddies $0 Charities $140.5 million http://together.pgatour.com/stories/2015/march/pga-tour-reaches-record-charity.html

Jason Sobel Senior Writer 

The eyes of the golf world will be fixed upon Monterey Peninsula CC today. The most underrated course in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am three-course rotation, MPCC will his the star-studded side of the draw today, with big names from both the pro and am list competing on the course. That includes both Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson, who opened with scores of 71 and 68, respectively.

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Chez Reavie was obviously pretty nervous after sleeping on the lead. Just holed out for eagle on his second hole -- the 11th at Pebble. NBD.

Michael Collins Senior Writer 

Don't YAWN! Coffee and #AskESPNCaddie on Twitter is how to start your work day. Use the hashtag and ask me a question. GO!!

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Phil Mickelson switched drivers today. Still shot 68. Called himself an idiot afterward. And will switch back to his other driver tomorrow.

Rose fires 66 at Pebble Beach with JT's help

Justin Rose, partnered with Justin Timberlake, shot a first-round 66 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Meanwhile, Jordan Spieth finished with a 71.


Jason Sobel Senior Writer 

Phil Mickelson called himself "an idiot" today. Prior to the opening round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, the 42-time PGA Tour champion switched drivers. "I hit a few shots that I haven't hit," he explained afterward. Not that it was all bad. Mickelson still posted a 4-under 68 at Spyglass Hill. And yes, he'll have a different driver in the bag when he plays Monterey Peninsula CC tomorrow.