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Presidents Cup (golf)

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  • Who's the Master's favorite? Take your pick

    Only one prediction can be made with certainty about the 78th Masters Tournament: Tiger Woods will extend his winless streak at Augusta National to nine years. You can't win if you don't play and Woods, a four-time Masters champion and 14-time major...
  • Mark Whicker: Bubba Watson's magic rescuing the Masters

    AUGUSTA, Ga. He said it was his week to "rejoice." On Friday, he turned it into everyone else's. Bubba Watson took a tiny alarm and shoved it into the eardrums of the Masters Tournament. He woke up the polo shirts and the visors and the sundresses and...
  • Spieth and Watson: Odd couple atop the leader board

    AUGUSTA, Ga. It's impossible not to notice the differences between Bubba Watson and Jordan Spieth. Watson, 35, is a bit eccentric, is liable to blurt out anything that comes to his hyperactive mind he is self-diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and...
  • Young Texan Spieth fills US void at Masters

    AUGUSTA, Ga. A word of advice for American golf fans who lamented a rare weekend at the Masters without Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson: No need to fret. You're going to love the new kid. His name is Jordan Spieth, and at 20 years old, he'll be the...
  • Phil Mickelson misses the cut by one shot

    Phil Mickelson misses the cut by one shot
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — The last time Phil Mickelson missed a cut at the Masters, he was 26, sputtering out of the 1997 tournament as Tiger Woods was lapping the field. But after stumbling to a 36-hole total of five over par, Mickelson missed this year's cut...
  • Commentary: Rookie Jordan Spieth on the verge of something special at Masters

    AUGUSTA, Ga. It feels like we've seen this before. The hot new name, the prodigy set to take over the golfing world, is poised to have his moment, the kind of moment a 21-year-old Tiger Woods had at Augusta National Golf Club in 1997. Jordan Spieth, a...
  • Rookies ready to blaze a path through Augusta

    AUGUSTA, Ga. Patrick Reed already has proclaimed himself as one of the five best golfers in the world. Jimmy Walker, Harris English and Jordan Spieth all appear poised to make a run at the 2014 American Ryder Cup team. The biggest challenge facing those...
  • Matsuyama to make first Masters appearance as a pro

    AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Patience is starting to pay off for Hideki Matsuyama, the lone Japanese entrant in this week's Masters. While Matsuyama has largely been overshadowed by compatriot Ryo Ishikawa, he is now emerging as Asia's best shot at...
  • Less is more approach paying dividends for Stricker

    AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Most of the 97-strong field with designs on sporting the coveted Green Jacket are keen on playing their way into tip-top shape ahead of this week's Masters but Steve Stricker almost takes the opposite approach. The world...
  • 2014 Golf Schedules And Charity Tournaments

      CENTRAL CONNECTICUT GOLF ASSOCIATION   May 12                         Blackledge Country Club   May 19                         Simsbury Farms Country Club   June 2                           Hawk’s Landing Golf Course   June 30   ...
  • Tiger Woods begins his season Thursday

    LA JOLLA — Tiger Woods collected another trophy Wednesday, and this was before the tournament even started. Woods split time in his news conference, the day before he was to play in the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines, between trophy-...
  • Tiger Woods says back is better ahead of his charity tournament

    Tiger Woods says back is better ahead of his charity tournament
    Tiger Woods said the back problems that nagged him at the recent Presidents Cup have dissipated as he prepares for the final two events of his season. "My back feels great," he told reporters on a conference call Tuesday to promote the Northwestern...