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 March 11. Molinari’s blitzkrieg at Bay Hill Francesco Molinari is unassuming. Reserved
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ORLANDO — Graeme McDowell, five strokes behind Englishman Matthew Fitzpatrick, has a lot to play for today in the Arnold Palmer Invitational, which is a Captain Obvious statement if ever there was one. There always is a lot to play for in professional golf. Cash (boatloads), World Ranking points, and, also on the PGA Tour,
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While Dan Jenkins, who died March 7 at age 89, will long be remembered as the fastest draw in the sportswriting game—and the most-deadly accurate as well—I’ll always remember him for the early promotion he gave golf course architecture. In a two-part Sports Illustrated series that ran in 1965, Jenkins picked “The Best 18 in
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Phil Mickelson has a flair for the dramatic, evidenced on Thursday by his attempt to hit through an out-of-bounds net with a right-handed swing. Those theatrics include his playing commitments as well. Following a poor performance at the 2018 Ryder Cup—Le Golf National’s tight confines did a number on the 48-year-old accuracy, or lack thereof—Mickelson
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Count me as somebody who has learned his lesson about reactionary Tiger Woods takes. In 2015, convinced I could read the writing on the wall and more than a little annoyed at the attention Tiger commanded in a moment of generational change in golf, I declared him “done.” But, okay, I didn’t just declare him
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As snow falls in the Northeast, and many other parts of the country, golf season can’t get here soon enough. And nothing kicks off golf season quite like the season’s first major, the Masters, which will take place at Augusta National a little bit later than usual this year, April 11-14. RELATED: The 13 best
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