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Friday, September 25, 2015
By Scott Michaux ATLANTA, Ga. -- Until the human elements hiding within Jason Day caused his ball to sail out of bounds on the fifth hole at East Lake, it was hard not to start feeling sorry for Jordan Spieth.
Thursday, September 24, 2015
By Chris Vivlamore ATLANTA – The world's No. 1 golfer has been tearing up the golf world the past two months. Day has won four of his past six tournaments, including the PGA Championship and two of the first three FedExCup playoff events.
By Steve Hummer and Chris Vivlamore ATLANTA – You figure if you invite someone named Bubba to the club, it's only a matter of time before he's playing barefoot. For Bubba Watson, that was his second shot of the day Thursday.
By Steve Hummer ATLANTA – In the peculiar world in which he now finds himself, Henrik Stenson is like a man among Mouseketeers. Pro golf, you see, got all caught up in a youth movement this season, and where does that leave a
By Doug Ferguson ATLANTA (AP) – Just getting to East Lake is the challenge for Henrik Stenson.
ATLANTA (AP) – Louis Oosthuizen withdrew from the Tour Championship after 13 holes because of soreness in his right hamstring. Oosthuizen was No.
BAD GRIESBACH, Germany -- Benjamin Hebert of France and Bernd Wiesberger of Austria shared the lead at seven-under-par after the opening day of the European Open on Thursday.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Martin Flores birdied his final hole for a 4-under 67 and a share of the first-round lead with Alex Aragon on Thursday in the Web.com Tour Finals' Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship.
By John Holmes The PGA Tour's playoffs conclude this weekend, but Major League Baseball's pennant races are still going strong.
By Steve Hummer ATLANTA – The two Js, Jordan (Spieth) and Jason (Day), have been joined at the money clip lately. Dating to the PGA Championship, they've been paired together for seven rounds, enabling two of golf's as
By Melissa Blanton Ansley Fetz was given tickets to Wednesday's practice round of the Tour Championship by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. She won the internet among golf fans worldwide when this happened:
By Alan Blondin ATLANTA, Ga. -- When Dustin Johnson drives the ball well, he usually scores well. That's a byproduct of his prodigious length off the tee.
By Scott Michaux ATLANTA, Ga. -- With an opportunity to win $10 million on the table this week, Kevin Kisner has a lot to play for at East Lake. But the money isn't the first thing Kisner thinks about should he win the Tour Championship.
By Doug Ferguson ATLANTA, Ga. -- Brandt Snedeker is finishing his ninth year on the PGA Tour, and he already has amassed more than $26 million in earnings. He never really thought about the money and would only know his total if he took time to look it up.
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
By John Holmes One of the many reasons golf is so great is the commitment to charity so prevalent throughout the game.
By Doug Ferguson ATLANTA (AP) – The best three players in golf have combined to win 12 tournaments and over $25 million this year, so the appeal of a $10 million bonus for capturing the FedExCup might not be as great as simply winning the final showdown of the sea
By Mark Aumann And here we are. From a season that started some 11 months ago in Napa, Calif., eventually winding its way from Hawaii to Augusta National to Chambers Bay, off to St.
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
By Doug Ferguson ATLANTA (AP) – PGA Tour players might be voting on more than just their player of the year. Depending on how the Tour Championship unfolds this week at East Lake, the vote could also be a referendum on how they
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