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Ernie Els

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  • Golf’s FedExCup tees of with the Barclays on Golf Channel, CBS

     
    The beauty of the FedExCup Playoffs is it brings the best golfers in the world together in a format similar to college basketball's NCAA Tournament. The main difference, of course, is that there is a $10 million prize for the last golfer standing and...
  • PGA Tour Pick-4: Wyndham Championship

     
    A year ago, Ernie Els and Padraig Harrington found themselves needing a boost. Both made the Wyndham Championship a late addition to their schedule, finding themselves outside the cut line to make the 125-man field for the FedEx Cup series. It was worth...
  • Arnold Palmer Invitational is special for Tiger Woods

     
    The Arnold Palmer Invitational could very well be called the Tiger Woods Invitational, because Woods has has won the Orlando tournament seven times over the course of his career. If he manages to win it this weekend, it will tie him with Sam Snead as...
  • Fun Facts About Bermuda, And Why You Should Visit

    Fun Facts About Bermuda, And Why You Should Visit
    Wayne Furbert, Minister of Business Development and Tourism, stopped by to talk about Bermuda. • Bermuda's proximity – many people don't realize that it is the closest island destination to NYC at less than a two–hour flight with service on American...
  • Carl Pettersson's 66 forges PGA Championship lead

    Carl Pettersson's 66 forges PGA Championship lead
    KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. – Carl Pettersson started quickly in favorable conditions, then held on as the wind picked up around Kiawah Island for a 6-under-par 66 that left him with a one-stroke lead as the PGA Championship’s first round continued....
  • Tiger Woods' view prevails as 'belly putting' ban is unveiled

    Tiger Woods' view prevails as 'belly putting' ban is unveiled
    Golf's rules-making boards, siding with Tiger Woods and others, on Wednesday proposed a change banning the growing use of "belly putting" in the game. Belly putting, also called "anchoring," is a method in which golfers use a long putter whose grip rests...
  • Golf's two main governing bodies approve ban on 'anchor' putting

    The Royal & Ancient Golf Club and the U.S. Golf Assn. approved a rule Tuesday that outlaws the "anchor putting stroke" that was used by four of the last six major champions. The new rule goes into effect in 2016. ''We strongly believe that this rule...
  • Crescenta Valley High graduate John Huh moves up Masters Tournament leaderboard

    John Huh was familiar the third round of the Masters Tournament is referred to as “moving day.” A poor performance can end a golfers’ dream at a green jacket, while a quality showing can send them up the leaderboard. For the Crescenta...
  • Former Falcon John Huh a rising rookie on PGA Tour

    Former Falcon John Huh a rising rookie on PGA Tour
    Nine months into his rookie season, John Huh hasn't wasted time making the rounds on the PGA Tour. He's already captured national and international headlines, won a tournament in Mexico and qualified for the prestigious British Open and PGA Championship....
  • PGA Tour Pick-4: Houston Open

     
    So how does your favorite player like to spend the week before the Masters? At no other juncture in the schedule does Pick-4 spend so much time factoring in how everyone’s looking ahead to the event that comes next. It’s not exactly fair to...
  • PGA Tour Pick-4: Masters Tournament

     
    Remember all the talk three weeks ago about how nearly all the top players seemed to be peaking right in time for a Masters run? The motif hasn’t changed. Tiger Woods’ drought-ending victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational may have shifted...
  • End of U.S. Open’s 10-shot rule lightens weekend – good or bad

     
    Had the U.S. Open kept its rule allowing anyone within 10 shots of the lead to make the cut, the Olympic Club would still see the likes of Masters champion Bubba Watson and runner-up Louis Oosthuizen, FedEx Cup titleholder Bill Haas, Dustin Johnson,...