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Phil Mickelson's 6 closest calls at the U.S. Open

Phil Mickelson would become the second-oldest U.S. Open winner ever if he wins this week at Chambers Bay, just days younger than Hale Irwin was when he won in 1990. 43 more words

Brian Biggane

PGA Championship to return to Kiawah Island in 2021

Chalk up another major championship for Gulfstream’s Pete Dye.

The venerable golf architect, who has far outstripped the competition in major venues and designed the Whistling Straits layout that will host the PGA Championship this year, picked up yet another when it was announced Friday that the 2021 PGA Championship will return to the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island, S.C. 226 more words

PGA Tour

Live blog: Richy Werenski wins 'Big Break the Palm Beaches'

(Update: Richy Werenski got off to a fast start, struggled through the middle of the round but came on strong to record a 2-and-1 victory over… 1,366 more words

PGA Tour

Richy Werensky, Justin Martinson to duel for 'Big Break' title

“Big Break the Palm Beaches” is down to its final two.

Robert Rohanna, throughout the show one of the longest hitters of the dozen players who started, wilted under pressure in a playoff Monday night, giving… 489 more words

Brian Biggane

West Palm leads Masters ratings' weekend charge

There was a changing of the guard at the top of the leader board at Augusta National, but West Palm Beach maintained its place among the areas in the country that delivers big ratings for golf television coverage. 127 more words

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods: 'A bone kind of popped out' and I 'put it back in place'

Tiger Woods didn’t make the kind of final-day run he was hoping for at the 2015 Masters, but the four-time winner of the green jacket did make some news on Sunday. 299 more words

Tiger Woods

Closing 68 is Keegan Bradley's best Masters round ever

Keegan Bradley’s best three rounds in four trips to the Masters have all come on Sundays _ and the best of the bunch was his closing 4-under 68 this Sunday that moved him from a tie for 42nd into the top 25. 482 more words

Brian Biggane