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McIlroy has signed with Nike Golf, according to one report

Rory McIlroy
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Rory McIlroy has more than 200 million reasons to smile, if the stories about his Nike deal are correct.

PGA Professional combines new drivers with classic drives

River Place CC Classic Car contest and Golf Demo Day
River Place Country Club via Facebook
Club companies from Cobra to Wilson to Titleist participated in the River Place Country Club demo day, where they were paired with cool cars from several different decades.

Nike giving glimpses of new driver

Nike Golf driver
Nike Golf via Twitter
Nike Golf's new driver features a low-profile face and a rich, red paint job.

Happy Halloween from your favorite golfers

David Toms and family
Davids Toms via Twitter
Who's that fine southern gentleman? Why, we do declare, it's 2001 PGA Championship winner David Toms and his fabulously attired family.

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Nike Golf intros Method Core Weighted putters

Nike Method Core Weighted putters
Courtesy of Nike Golf
The MC01 blade and MC11 mallet show the weights in the bottom of the clubheads of the Nike Method Core Weighted putters.

Golf courses damaged by Superstorm Sandy

Oak Hill
Nate Waldron, director of operations for the 2013 PGA Championship, posed with this fallen tree at Oak Hill in one of the more dramatic images of golf course damage from Sandy.

Hartough paints Merion for 2013 U.S. Open

Merion GC, by Linda Hartough
Courtesy of Linda Hartough
The blaze of blooming scotch broom helped artist Linda Hartough decide to paint the 16th hole at Merion.

Allen Edmonds adds to golf and casual shoe lines

Courtesy of Allen Edmonds
The First Cut golf shoes feature Allen Edmonds' new Spikeless Versatility (SLV) sole.

Villas at Grand Cypress undergoing comprehensive renovation

Courtesy of Grand Cypress Resort
The renovation work at the Villas at Grand Cypress Golf Resort will proceed one block of villas at a time.

Augusta National cooking up clubhouse renovation

Augusta National clubhouse
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Augusta National wants to tear down the kitchen area of its clubhouse and replace it with a large, two-story structure.

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