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Spieth Looking Forward To Get Through This Masters Tournament

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AUSTIN (AP) — Two weeks before the Masters begins, Jordan Spieth is looking forward to it being over.

Spieth was on the verge of becoming only the fourth player to win back-to-back at Augusta National when he took a five-shot lead to the back nine. 536 more words

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Golf Club Votes To Accept Female Members For First Time After Losing British Open Tournament

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PHILADELPHIA (CNN) — It had been widely criticized for its male-only membership policy, and lost the British Open golf tournament as a result, but now Muirfield has voted to admit women for the first time in its long history. 390 more words

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McIlroy Says Woods At Masters Is "A Possibility"

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MEXICO CITY (AP) – Rory McIlroy says Tiger Woods was in a good place mentally when they had lunch last week and that the next few weeks would go a long way in determining whether the four-time Masters champion shows up at Augusta National to play. 281 more words

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Ryan and Jennifer Palmer Hope To Be On Verge Of Big Victory Over Cancer

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COLLEYVILLE (CBS11  SPORTS) – Last September, Ryan Palmer took the longest break of his 14-year PGA Tour career.

He stepped away from the game to be by his wife’s side as she started chemotherapy. 203 more words

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Scott McCarron Eagles 18th To Win PGA Tour Champions Event

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Scott McCarron eagled the par-5 18th hole Sunday to win the Allianz Championship for his third PGA Champions Tour victory in his last 17 starts. 272 more words

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Jordan Spieth Breezes To Big Win At Pebble Beach

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PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Jordan Spieth kept it simple Sunday and won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for the ninth PGA Tour title of his young career. 118 more words

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Woods Pulls Out Of Next 2 Tournaments With Back Issues

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Tiger Woods is pulling out of his next two tournaments because of ongoing back problems.

Woods said on his website Friday that his doctors have advised him not to play so he can continue treatment on his back. 106 more words

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