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PGA Tour to make big changes in Q-School
The PGA Tour has taken a big step towards qualifying change, with a significant overhaul that would include starting the official season in the fall instead of waiting for the next calendar year.PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem presented the plan Tuesday night ahead of the Farmers Insurance Open a... view

Donald seeks elusive major win this year
Luke Donald had a fantastic 2011, winning both the European and PGA Tour money lists – a historic first - and maintaining his hold on the world number one ranking, but top of his wish-list for the next 12 months is that elusive first major win. Donald did have top-10 finishes at the Masters and the... view

Darren Clarke gives up booze for 2012
2011 British Open champion Darren Clarke had a post-major party to remember and few media will forget his happy but bleary-eyed press conference the next day. Those days may be in the past now, as the burly Ulsterman has revealed that he has put down his beloved Guinness, given up alcohol and taken... view

PGA Tour gets Humana but loses their Hope
It’s the end of an era. For the first time since 1964, Bob Hope’s name will not be on the tournament based in the South California desert this week.  Instead, Jhonattan Vegas will be defending his title in the Humana Challenge in Partnership with the William J. Clinton Foundation.And so the Bo... view

Johnson Wagner into top 100 with Sony win
Johnson Wagner won his third PGA Tour title at the Sony Open in Hawaii, with a final round of 67, to claim a two-shot victory over four players who all tied for second place. They were Carl Petterson, Sean O'Hair and Harrison Frazar, who all matched Wagner's 67 on the day, plus Charles Howell-III,... view

China announce new Women's Tournament
Mission Hills China have announced a new tournament to be co-sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour and the China LPGA Tour to be played at Mission Hills Hainan’s Vintage Course from March 2nd-4th.The World Ladies Championship feature 54-hole individual play, professional team play and individual a... view

Stricker moves up to No5 with Hyundai win
Steve Stricker returned to the top five of golf’s elite in the first World Golf Rankings of 2012 with victory at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions en route to a four stroke victory over Scotland’s Martin Laird.However, it was not as easy as it may have looked on paper, when some sloppy play to be... view

Tiger's former coach to publish tell-all book
Hank Haney, the former swing coach of Tiger Woods has written a book about the volatile six-year period in which Woods went from winning nearly half of his tournaments to being rocked by a scandal that derailed his pursuit of golf history."I get asked all the time about Tiger, what it was like to w... view

LPGA Returns to Hawai for New Event
The LPGA is returning to Hawaii.The tour announced Thursday that the Lotte Championship Presented by J Golf will be played on Oahu starting in mid-April, ending a two-year absence for the LPGA in Michelle Wie's home state.The LPGA and Asia-based Lotte announced a three-year agreement to hold the $1... view

Golf Anchor Jim Huber dies
The cable network Turner Sports have announced that long-time golf anchor and reporter Jim Huber died Monday in Atlanta. A cause of death has not been immediately released.Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., said Huber was an Emmy Award-winning essayist who joined Turner Sports full-time in 2000 and... view

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