Sorenstam couldn't avoid slice... literally

Annika Sorenstam
PGA of America
Annika Sorenstam is on the mend after her finger got in the way of a kitchen knife.

Duval, former Mr. 59, feeling snubbed?

David Duval
David Duval, the former No. 1 golfer in the world, sent out this tweet moments after official word came down that he would not be given an exemption into next week's Humana Challenge. In 1999, he won the tournament formerly known as the Bob Hope Classic thanks to a final-round 59.

With Odyssey Versa putters, it's all black and white

Odyssey Versa putters
Courtesy of Odyssey Golf
Thick black and white stripes run laterally down the heads of the new Odyssey Versa putters to make alignment easier.

Happy 30th birthday, Natalie Gulbis

Natalie Gulbis and her cousin at Disneyland
Natalie Gulbis via Twitter
Natalie Gulbis took to Twitter on Monday to show us a shot of her 30th birthday visit to Disneyland with her cousin.

Golf's big impact

Ted Bishop
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PGA President Ted Bishop is thrilled by the economic impact the game has had and continues to have with 1.98 million jobs being attributed to golf in 2011.

LPGA goes to paradise

Stacy Lewis
Sterling Sports Management
Pure Silk, a sponsor of nine LPGA players including 2012 Player of the Year Stacy Lewis, will sponsor the newest LPGA event at the Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island, Bahamas

How many clubs are tour players using?

Golf bags at the Players Championship
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The golf bags at pro tour events are stocked with a wide variety of golf club brands.

Nick Watney on his move to Nike

Nick Watney
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Nick Watney shared some thoughts on his move to Nike Golf.

Monty would be nuts to return as Ryder Cup captain, says Harrington

Colin Montogmerie and Padraig Harrington
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Colin Montgomerie's stellar Ryder Cup reputation could be tarnished if he were to lose as captain in 2014, says Padraig Harrington.

Henry to honor Sandy Hook victims

J.J. Henry
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J.J. Henry, a Connecticut native, will pay tribute to the victims of Sandy Hook this week at the Tournament of Champions.

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