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Among the speculated but unannounced elements of The Match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson for $9 million was who would comprise the broadcast team on Turner Sports’ live coverage. That unknown was answered Thursday morning as the team that will call the action on Nov. 23 at 3 p.m. (eastern) was revealed. Tiger’s buddy
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The PGA Tour wraps up its fall portion of the 2018-’19 season this week in Georgia on St. Simons Island with the RSM Classic, held at Sea Island Golf Resort’s Seaside and Plantation Courses. Players will play 18 holes on each course Thursday and Friday and those who make the cut will finish out the
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James R. Hand—former caddie, almost priest, World War II veteran, respected banker and president of the United States Golf Association 1984-’85—died at age 101 on Nov. 13. Among golf insiders, he was recognized for more than three decades as the sport’s moral compass. He stood for everything that’s good about the game: camaraderie, competition, good
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Welcome to the Dew Sweeper, your one-stop shop to catch up on the weekend action from the golf world. From the professional tours, trending news, social-media headlines and upcoming events, here’s every golf-related thing you need to know for the morning of Nov. 12. Kuchar bags first win in four years Last season was rife
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ABOUT Despite how much you’d like to drive the ball 30 yards farther or hit flop shots like Phil Mickelson, you know what you really want is lower scores. And there’s a much easier way to get them: Play smarter and reduce unforced errors. Strategy beats swing changes every time. In this video series, top
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Tiger Woods won’t need an exemption to compete in the Hero World Challenge this year. After two consecutive years of being (by far) the lowest-ranked player in the small, but star-studded field, Woods, currently No. 13, has played his way into this year’s event. Although, his lofty ranking wouldn’t even place the tournament host in
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MIAMI — The future of Miami’s lone city-owned golf course became more muddied on Tuesday when local voters approved a referendum that will allow city officials to forego the usual bidding process for public land. By a 60-40 margin, residents have provided a way for famed soccer star David Beckham and his wealthy real estate
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