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Sunday, February 19, 2017
By Matt S. Craig We've all seen a scene like this on television.
By T.J. Auclair Phil Mickelson is a magician with a wedge. That's all there is to it.
By Greg Hardwig The Most Interesting Man in Golf, the Most Fascinating, and the Only PGA Tour Champions Player to shoot a 59 are in position to win the Chubb Classic after Saturday's second round at The TwinEagles Club.
By T.J. Auclair Remember that old, "What will Phil do next?" ad campaign from several years back?
By Tom Hoffarth PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. -- Sahith Theegala's weekend at Riviera continues with Phil Mickelson as a surprise guest in his party of three.
By Doug Ferguson LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Dustin Johnson left the Genesis Open in the twilight Saturday realizing he could be as little 24 hours away from reaching No. 1 in the world. He wasn't the least bit concerned, mainly because he still had 36 holes ahead of him.
PERTH, Australia (AP) — Brett Rumford beat Phachara Khongwatmai of Thailand 2 and 1 in the final round of match play Sunday to claim the first World Super 6 tournament title near where he grew up in West Australia.
Saturday, February 18, 2017
By Doug Ferguson LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jhonattan Vegas returned in the rain at Riviera on Saturday morning, finished with four pars for a 3-under 68 and then had to wait for the next six hours to see where that would leave him halfway through the Genesis Open.
By Daniel Wilco When you think golf and blazers, one particular style usually comes to mind: the Masters' green jacket. But, in Genesis' first year as the sponsor of the Genesis Open at Riviera, the car company is making an attempt to put their hat in the ring.
By Greg Hardwig Miguel Angel Jimenez made for a "Most Interesting" leaderboard after the first round of the Chubb Classic on Friday.
Friday, February 17, 2017
By Margaret Moffett JAMESTOWN -- Bryant Kerley moves excitedly through the stations at the Haynes-Inman Education Center gym, ready to conquer whatever golfing objective is before him.
By Doug Ferguson LOS ANGELES (AP) — Wind, rain and the snap of a large tree limb were enough to stop play Friday in the second round of the Genesis Open. Sam Saunders remained atop the leaderboard without ever hitting a shot Friday at Riviera.
By Jack Dillon, Author, ‘High Fives’ During the 1960’s, I was one of the fortunate kids that fell in love with golf because of a caddie program at a local private club.
By Greg Hardwig Fred Couples and John Daly have a lot in common. Major championship winners, good nicknames -- "Boom, Boom" and "Long John Daly" -- and a style all their own.
By Rex L. Troute Golf anyone! In February! "They call it the Florida of Iowa," said Doug Frenz, the superintendent of Sheaffer Memorial Golf Park in rural Lee County.
By Daniel Wilco We've all experienced this, right? You're in the fairway, setting up for your next shot, getting focused when, out of nowhere, a herd of kangaroos hops onto the course, halting play.
By Doug Ferguson LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Sam Saunders tried to put his thoughts down on paper, except that it wasn't working.
Thursday, February 16, 2017
By Daniel Wilco Ever wanted a first-person view of being hit by a professional golfer's tee shot? Well today is your lucky day!
By Sarah Peters PALM BEACH GARDENS -- Jason Bohn had just finished his second round at last year's Honda Classic when he reported breathlessness and discomfort to the tournament medical staff.
By Tom Hoffarth PACIFIC PALISADES -- Given that he's won two of the last three PGA Tour events at Riviera Country Club and the one a year ago came after passing a kidney stone, Bubba Watson might seem to be able to just will his way through pretty much anything.
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