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  • Circle Christian grad Michael Hebert making PGA debut

    Circle Christian grad Michael Hebert making PGA debut
    Michael Hebert, a 2009 graduate of Circle Christian, is making his debut on the PGA Tour Thursday morning at the Valspar Championship at Palm Harbor’s Innisbrook Country Club’s Copperhead course. Hebert, who also played at Auburn before...
  • Daytona Beach native Matt Every wins Arnold Palmer Invitational for 1st PGA Tour title

     Daytona Beach native Matt Every wins Arnold Palmer Invitational for 1st PGA Tour title
    Matt Every clinched his first PGA Tour victory in dramatic fashion when he surged past a faltering Adam Scott to win the $6.2 million Arnold Palmer Invitational by one stroke on Sunday at Orlando's Bay Hill Club & Lodge. Daytona Beach native Every...
  • On The Fly: Cyclone Warning

    Third-seeded Iowa State defeated No. 6 North Carolina on a DeAndre Kane layup with 1.6 seconds remaining and advanced in the East Regional to face UConn in the Sweet 16 at Madison Square Garden. The Cyclones, then seeded eighth, defeated the ninth-...
  • Hall of Fame makes major changes to induction process

    (Reuters) - The World Golf Hall of Fame is changing its induction process to be more equitable to male and female players. Until now, the eligibility process for LPGA players has been more stringent, based on a points system that has kept out multiple...
  • Slow-playing Kevin Na enjoys support from some Bay Hill fans

     Slow-playing Kevin Na enjoys support from some Bay Hill fans
    Kevin Na deserved a good hug. For the first two days at Bay Hill, he'd been booed like the bad-guy rassler at a WWE match. When he got to the 13th hole Saturday, two guys finally stood up for him. They were wearing T-shirts emblazoned with five words...
  • Play is slow during Northern Trust Open

    Play is slow during Northern Trust Open
    Last June, just before the start of the U.S. Open, the U.S Golf Assn., with great fanfare, announced the kickoff of a campaign to address slow play in its game. The campaign, featuring TV ads with star players and actors, was called "While We're Young."...
  • Graeme McDowell escapes again at upset-filled Match Play Championship

    Graeme McDowell escapes again at upset-filled Match Play Championship
    MARANA, Ariz. -- Getting to the round of 16 in the Match Play Championship was all that mattered Thursday. Jordan Spieth made it look like child's play. Graeme McDowell aged another 10 years with another stunning escape. And it proved too difficult...
  • Large gallery for Ben Hogan’s 1950 return to golf

     
    In a three photo panorama, Ben Hogan sinks a 12-inch putt on the second hole at Rivera during the Los Angeles Open golf tournament. This was Hogan's first tournament since being injured in a Feb. 2, 1949 traffic accident....
  • Riviera gets a deserving champion in Bubba Watson

    Riviera gets a deserving champion in Bubba Watson
    The stars aligned just a bit more perfectly Sunday at Riviera Country Club. A golf tournament of considerable stature got a champion of the same. When Bubba Watson walked up the 18th fairway, clearly in charge in the Northern Trust Open, the...
  • Winter Olympics hot there, not so hot here

    Winter Olympics hot there, not so hot here
    Maybe I should have gone to Sochi for the Winter Olympics. I could have gotten a great tan. Seriously, is nobody there just a little worried that it has been colder here on some days? Doesn't anyone still own a geiger counter for radioactivity? It...
  • Jason Day outlasts Victor Dubuisson for Match Play Championship title

    Jason Day outlasts Victor Dubuisson for Match Play Championship title
    MARANA, Ariz. -- Jason Day never stopped believing he would win the Match Play Championship, even in the midst of so many shots by Victor Dubuisson that simply defied belief. With his ball at the base of a cactus, Dubuisson took an all-or-nothing...
  • 'Rusty' Phil Mickelson is seven shots back at Phoenix Open

    Phil Mickelson's back was better than his game Thursday in the Phoenix Open. Returning to PGA Tour play after withdrawing from Torrey Pines last Friday night because of back pain, Mickelson opened his title defense with an even-par 71. That left him...