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Dufner triumphs at Zurich Classic
Jason Dufner made it third time lucky in PGA Tour Playoffs by winning the Zurich Classic, beating Ernie Els on the second hole of a playoff Sunday at TPC Louisiana.Dufner would have felt as if the South African was breathing down his back as Els took him to the wire, matching the American's 19-unde... view

Cell phones to be allowed at British Open
In 2006 the constant ringing of cell phones at the British Open simply got too much for British governing body Royal & Ancient who issued a blanket ban on the mobile telephone.The organizers complained that players in mid-swing were being distracted by the tinny beeps as calls were received dur... view

R&A Chief slams Tiger's ill-discipline
Royal & Ancient chief executive Peter Dawson held a press conference Tuesday that was supposed to center around the major changes to St. Andrews' Old Course, in particular the renowned 17th hole, known as the "Road Hole".But Dawson covered a range of topics in his presentation to the gathered m... view

Harmon blasts Haney; says Tiger "lost confidence"
The contraversial tell-all book about Tiger Woods "The Big Miss" written by Hank Haney, Wood's ex-swing coach, has finally attracted the ire of his predecessor Butch Harmon. "I'm very surprised that he would write it," Harmon said this week. "I'd never do that to Tiger or Greg [Norman] or any of th... view

Luke Donald determined to end major quest
In the modern game, the world rankings are no longer an indicator nor a guarantee of major success. While Rory McIlroy does hold a US Open title to his name, the men ranked in the two spots immediately below are still without a major,  and recent champions too have been ranked outside the worl... view

Bubba out of Wells Fargo; Lefty in for Nelson
The newly-minted Masters champion Bubba Watson has announced that he is withdrawing from the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow.Watson told organisers on Tuesday that he needs to spend time with his family following the New Orleans event next week, where he is due to defend his title.The Well... view

Woods commits to two events
Tiger Woods has set his sights on two more trophies in the month of May. Woods announced he will return to golf at the Wells Fargo Championship in Quail Hollow, a tournament he last won in 2007.As per usual, Woods released the information on his website to the Charlotte, N.C., tournament, which beg... view

Steranka to retire as PGA of America CEO
There will be a gaping hole in the hotseat of the PGA of America. Joe Steranka will retire at the end of the year as its CEO."I love golf, I love the PGA and I think the game is in a good spot right now," Steranka said Wednesday. "It's the biggest decision of my life."The 53-year-old has been the i... view

Five-time champ Love pulls out of Heritage
The RBC Heritage tournament will be missing one of its most successful champions come Thursday, with news that Davis Love III has been forced to pull out of the event.While Love initially confirmed his participation on Friday, it was somewhat based on the belief that he could play through a cracked... view

Jose Maria Olazabal busted for speeding
Jose Maria Olazabal was pulled over for speeding after the Masters Champions Dinner on Tuesday night, according to The Savannah Morning News.Effingham County Sheriff’s Office spokesman David Ehsanipoor said the two-time Masters Champ was going 97 mph on Ga. 21 in a 65 mph zone when he was stopped b... view

Masters Title is the "Holy Grail" for Australians
An Australian has never been presented with the Masters' green jacket, but the two leading lights of golf Down Under feel it's only a matter of time.Adam Scott and Jason Day got as close as anyone last year. They tied for second at Augusta National but were denied by South African Charl Schwartzel'... view

O'Meara: "Woods is powerful again"
After two days practising together at Augusta National this week, Mark O'Meara is certain that close friend Tiger Woods is back to his best, and the chase for Jack Nicklaus's record of 18 major wins is back on."Everything I saw out there on the course was extremely good," the 1998 Masters champion... view

Stricker anticipating Masters to remember
With anticipation for this week's Masters building to a frenzy, the players, too, are starting to feel the buzz and Steve Stricker thinks it has the potential to be one of the most dramatic events in years."No kidding," American world number five Stricker told Reuters on a glorious, sun-drenched af... view

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