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DeLaet trusting process in search of first PGA Tour victory

Every time he tees off at a PGA Tour event, the question is never far from Graham DeLaet’s mind: will this be the week? Now in his sixth full season on tour, the Saskatchewan golfer’s list of accomplishments includes three second-place finishes and three thirds, but he’s still chasing the ever-elusive first victory. 342 more words


Japan's Rising Star Will Soon Shine

It doesn’t seem truly appropriate to label the 17th best player in the world, according to the World Golf Rankings, as a breakout candidate but I believe Hideki Matsuyama still warrants the title. 522 more words

Day: Woods' Iron Play Outstanding

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UNIVERSITY PLACE (CBSMiami/AP) – Tiger Woods has been working hard to get his game back to a place where he can contend to win tournaments again. 1,224 more words


No Summer Vacation

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – I was reminded of St. Louis’ lone representative on the PGA Tour this weekend during the broadcast of the Memorial. There was our very own Scott Langley doing a promotional spot for the PGA Tour pointing out that he was the first alum of the… 925 more words


Jack Nicklaus Thinks Tiger Woods Will 'Get It Back'

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DUBLIN (CBSMiami/AP) – Not everyone has given up on Tiger Woods.

Jack Nicklaus gets asked more about Woods than he ever did about the golf ball. 828 more words


Here Are Some Of The Awful Shots Tiger Woods Hit During The Worst Round Of His Career

Tiger Woods' 85 as seen on http://t.co/GywsJ7tqIb's LIVE@ coverage. #QuickHits http://t.co/zoZ454pvoC

— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 6, 2015

Tiger Woods hit a low point in his career on Saturday at the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio.

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Phil Mickelson leaves 6-year-old a $99 tip at his lemonade stand

Roland Van Karsen, 6, and his sister Elise, 8, operate a lemonade stand outside one of the gates to Muirfield Village during the Memorial Tournament. On Thursday, the kids had a special visitor: five-time major champion Phil Mickelson. 55 more words