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  • Bill Haas trying for two in a row at Riviera

    Bill Haas trying for two in a row at Riviera
    Third-round leader Bill Haas is trying to become only the eighth player to win what is now called Northern Trust Open in consecutive years. The first player to do it was Macdonald Smith in 1928-29. The last to do it was Phil Mickelson in 2008-09....
  • John Merrick, a son of Westwood, enjoys his day in sun at Riviera

    John Merrick, a son of Westwood, enjoys his day in sun at Riviera
    The playoff that led to the payoff at Riviera Country Club was always so freeway close, yet it took seven years of weaving through all the traffic. Isn't that life in L.A.? John Merrick was born in Long Beach, played at UCLA and had scuffed around the...
  • The names are there at Riviera

    What an autograph-rush weekend it should be at the Northern Trust Open, with headliners such as Phil Mickelson, Bill Haas, Keegan Bradley, Adam Scott, Ernie Els, Sergio Garcia and Fred Couples all ... well, making the cut. Never mind the top of the...
  • Streelman hopes to benefit from Masters learning curve

    Streelman hopes to benefit from Masters learning curve
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — During a practice round Monday, Kevin Streelman walked to the back-right fringe off the 18th green and threw down a few balls. It looked a bit like an act of frustration, but it actually represented a Masters learning curve. The...
  • Double jinx: Storms create Par-3 Contest co-winners

     
    Jonathan Byrd had every chance to miss the putt. Pull it a little wide, and keep the Masters Par-3 Jinx off his back. Byrd couldn’t do it. With thunderstorms approaching, his birdie at No.9 lifted him alongside Padraig Harrington for the lead. &#...
  • 2012 Masters TV schedule

     
    Golf’s first major tournament of the year, The Masters, returns to Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., April 5-8 as the top players in the game compete for the coveted green jacket and a place in golf history. Rory McIlroy, Luke Donald,...
  • Charl Schwartzel leaves Champions Dinner grill to others

     
    No grill duty for the reigning Masters champion tonight, so Charl Schwartzel will have to rely on Augusta National’s kitchen staff to pull off the South African barbeque that’s the centerpiece of his menu. The main course offers a selection of...
  • PGA Tour Pick-4: Transitions Championship

     
    For plenty of folks, the Transitions Championship is considered the sandwich week of the Florida Swing – preceded by a World Golf Championships event, followed by a week at Arnie’s Place. There’s some good meat in that sandwich, though....
  • McIlroy looks to challenge Woods, Mickelson at Masters

     
    Pop Quiz: How many golfers not named Tiger Woods or Phil Mickelson have won the Masters since 2000? Answer: If you said five, I award you a ceremonious golf clap. With that in mind, it stands to reason that any talk about who the favorites are to don...
  • PGA Tour Pick-4: Arnold Palmer Invitational

     
    Not so long ago, the PGA Tour’s annual visit to Bay Hill was one of the two or three easiest weeks for Pick-4 to make his selections. Install Tiger Woods at the top of the chart, play a couple of hunches in the other slots and step back to let Woods...
  • 2011 Presidents Cup TV schedule on NBC and Golf Channel

     
    By Tom Comi Follow @ChannelGuideTom Those looking for a links fix today might end up entering spectator rehab next week after Golf Channel and NBC combine to air more than 50 hours of live coverage of The Presidents Cup from Australia. Taking place at the...
  • Orlando’s Peter Uihlein turns pro, will sample European fare first

     
    Leaving college to turn pro in the middle of the school year is unusual enough. What makes former U.S. Amateur champion Peter Uihlein's case truly unique, though, is where he’s chosen to enter the waters – the European circuit. The Lake Nona...