Kenneth Ferrie beat fellow Englishman Simon Wakefield in a playoff to win the Austrian Open on Sunday for his first European Tour title since 2005 and third overall.
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Madeira Islands Open reduced to 54 holes after winds cancel first day
  SANTO ANTONIO DA SERRA, Portugal (AP) — Organizers have reduced the European Tour's Madeira Islands Open to 54 holes and suspended play on Thursday because of high winds sweeping the Portuguese archipelago.
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What if the wind blows your ball into the hole?
What if the wind blows your ball into the hole?
19 Mar 2015 - 2:43pm - 0 Comments
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Golf rules: What if wind blows your ball into the hole?
If March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb, there's still a lot of ferocity from Mother Nature with one week to go before spring officially rolls in.
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Watch: How to improve your chipping with sight and sound
Watch: How to improve your chipping with sight and sound
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Watch: Brandt Snedeker gets incredible break at Bay Hill
In golf, sometimes it's better to be lucky than good -- even on the PGA Tour. Brandt Snedeker can attest to that after hitting a terrible approach shot at Bay Hill on Thursday and ending up with a par.
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Watch: European Tour video shows strong winds blow golf ball into hole
Play was halted before it even began in the first round of the European Tour's Madeira Islands Open in Portugal on Thursday due to severe weather conditions. It wasn't because of pouring rain and lightening, however.
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Palmer Invitational results
Palmer Invitational results
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Zakry H Akagi-Bustin
Palmer Invitational results
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Rory McIlroy inspired by company he keeps – in Augusta National gym
  ORLANDO, Fla.
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Notebook: Bubba Watson withdraws from Bay Hill after friend's death
  ORLANDO, Fla.
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Lydia Ko among four tied for lead as darkness halts JTBC Founders Cup
  PHOENIX (AP) – Top-ranked Lydia Ko shot a 6-under 66 on Thursday for a share of the lead in the suspended first round of the JTBC Founders Cup.    The 17-year-old Ko rebounded from a three-putt bogey on the
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Lydia Ko back at JTBC Founders Cup, which she almost won last year
  PHOENIX (AP) – The JTBC Founders Cup honors the 13 women who started the LPGA Tour in 1950 and helps fund LPGA-USGA Girls Golf.   At 17, top-ranked Lydia Ko is the same age as the oldest girls in the junior progr
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Ecco releases special golf shoe to mark Fred Couples' 1992 Masters win
  Fred Couples has worn Ecco golf shoes for a few years now, and even has a model named after him.
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Donald Trump submits plans to add second course to his Scotland golf resort
  After a pause of about two years, Donald Trump has formally submitted his request to expand his Trump International Golf Links near Aberdeen, Scotland.
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Sam Saunders, Arnie's grandson, back at Bay Hill, as PGA Tour player
  ORLANDO, Fla.
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Augusta airports ready for Masters jets
Augusta airports ready for Masters jets
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Finally, struggling players on PGA Tour can relate to Tiger Woods
  Other than the 79 PGA Tour victories, $600 million bank account and global appeal, Sean O'Hair finally can say he has something in common with Tiger Woods.   The golf gremlin has infected their brains and created zombies.
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5 to watch at Bay Hill
Many of the game's best have gathered at Arnie's place for one of the year's most popular events. T.J. Auclair has surveyed the field and identified five players we ought to keep our eyes on in the Florida Swing finale.
18 Mar 2015 - 2:01pm - 0 Comments
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FedExCup champion Billy Horschel looks to recapture magic at Bay Hill
  There's a little bit of Patrick Reed in former Florida Gator Billy Horschel.   Horschel admitted as much Tuesday during a break in preparations for this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational.
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