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Listening to the soothing voice of Nick Edmund, so calm and unflustered, it is difficult to reconcile his seemingly unflappable demeanor with all that he has been through over the last four years of his already eventful life. There is seemingly no resentment in this affable 58-year-old Englishman, a one-time barrister who went on to
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HONOLULU – “What’s wrong with Jordan Spieth?” is a question that has been posed plenty of times before. We’ve simply inserted a new name into the query. There were two significant interludes of “What’s wrong with Jack Nicklaus?” in the career of golf’s greatest major championship player. And before that, the golfing cognoscenti were wondering,
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Competitive golfers with disabilities are a hardy group by definition, and like their able-bodied counterparts they play without limits. Well, except for one. They’ve largely competed without unified governance, instead relying on a variety of disparate associations, nationally and internationally. That will begin to change on Wednesday, when the first World Ranking for Golfers with
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It took only one PGA Tour event in 2019 for a few widespread overreactions to materialize. “Bryson DeChambeau has discovered the secret to putting!” “Francesco Molinari’s 2018 was a fluke!” And “Xander Schauffele is going to win the Grand Slam!” Of course, all three are slight exaggerations, but you get the point. Of course, there’s
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KAPALUA, Hawaii — There are a lot of perks for winning on the PGA Tour. The most luxurious being a ticket to paradise for last week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions, where whales breech in the distance, WAGs lounge at the nearby Ritz Carlton and players are treated to no cut and free money and World
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The new Mizuno ST190 family of drivers and fairways reveal that innovation in metalwoods needs more than some single element improvement. As David Llewellyn, vice president of research and development, terms it, sometimes success is really about the right collection of elements in the right order and the right amount. It’s like if you’re going
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KAPALUA, Hawaii – As he walked off the 18th green at the Plantation Course Sunday afternoon with a disappointing par and approached the scoring trailer, Gary Woodland spotted Xander Schauffele and made a beeline for him. Forcing a smile, Woodland playfully hit him in the shoulders, knocking him back slightly. Too bad he couldn’t have
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Gary Woodland would already be playing the final round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions with plenty to ponder mentally. The 34-year-old takes a three-stroke advantage over Rory McIlroy into Sunday’s action at Kapalua well aware that in the six previous times he has held the 54-hole lead in a stroke-play event on the PGA
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Jordan Spieth isn’t in this weekend’s Tournament of Champions, the result of failing to win during the 2017-18 campaign. That won’t stop the three-time major winner from making a trip to Hawaii. On Friday, Spieth was announced as a late addition to next week’s Sony Open. Though Spieth is coming off a subpar year, he’s
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Justin Rose is starting out 2019 with a whole new look after signing an apparel deal with menswear company Bonobos. This comes just two days after the announcement of a 10-year equipment deal with Honma Golf for the No. 2-ranked player in the world and reigning FedEx Cup champion. “I feel like I’ve moved to
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