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Some of the defining shots on the PGA Tour this year were hit from the tee and fairway, from the bunkers and behind trees, and even from the driving range. Two of them effectively clinched a first major. One of them introduced another young star.

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Column: Defining shots based on every club in the bag

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Belfair of Bluffton, South Carolina, one of the Southeast’s acclaimed golf destinations, will host the 2019 PGA Professional Championship, the world’s largest all-professional event. The 52nd edition of the PGA Professional ...

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PGA Professional Championship marks its first move to April with a 2019 visit to scenic Belfair in South Carolina

Mark Hensby has been suspended for one year by the PGA Tour for violating the Tour’s anti-doping policy by failing to provide a sample after notification. The Tour made the announcement Monday, reporting that Hensby will be eligible to return on Oct. 26 ...

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PGA Tour suspends Hensby for anti-doping violation

Barely more than a month ago, on Nov. 8, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee proudly carried the Ryder Cup into a news conference at the Olympic Club. Lee was beaming the entire time he held the shiny, storied trophy. “He was so excited about bringing the Cup ...

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Mayor Ed Lee was avid supporter of golf in SF

Lexi Thompson’s pain may prove to be the rest of golf’s gain. David Rickman, the R&A’s executive director of governance, acknowledged on Golf Channel’s "Morning Drive" Monday that the new protocols that will eliminate the use of TV viewer call-ins ...

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Lexi 'applaud's USGA, R&A for rules change

PORT ST. LUCIE – When Bob Sowards signed his scorecard Tuesday, he didn’t think he had a chance of winning Event No 4 of the PGA Tournament Series. “I would have bet my car that wasn’t enough to win,” Sowards said of his 4-under 68 to finish at 5 ...

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Bob Sowards wins event No. 4 of the PGA Tournament Series

A day and a half before the torch is lit and more than 12 hours before any Olympian slips into a ski or skate, the 2018 Winter Games officially will begin when the first stones are thrown in the new discipline of mixed doubles curling. The inaugural ...

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Mixed doubles gives curling more Olympic time to shine

Rory McIlroy took off the final three months of the year to heal his body and clear his mind, and he appears eager to get back to work. With a series of announcements over the last week, McIlroy revealed what likely will be his most ambitious schedule ...

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Rory McIlroy plans busy schedule leading to the Masters in April

ESPN president John Skipper (who recently signed a contract extension through 2021) appeared at the Sports Video Group Summit in New York Tuesday and answered plenty of questions in an on-stage “Keynote Conversation,” discussing the company’s use of ...

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John Skipper says “our audience is bigger than ever,” “we can afford” the NBA deal, digital moves will let ESPN “adapt”

Make way for John Daly II. The only son of the notorious long-driving and hard-partying former British Open and PGA Championship winner, “Little John” shot a 79-73 over the weekend and won a five-way playoff with a clutch birdie putt to capture the ...

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