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Luke Donald desperate for major
There have been eight first-time major winners in a row since the Tiger Woods Express juddered to a halt in light of marital woes, but despite all these new members to the elite club one man of particular note is still empty-handed.Englishman Luke Donald was ranked No1 for much of 2011 and achieved... view

Riviera to host 2017 Amateur Championship
The Riviera Country Club will host the 2017 U.S. Amateur Championship,the club and USGA announced Monday."The USGA is excited to bring the U.S. Amateur Championship to Riviera Country Club, returning our oldest championship to Southern California for the first time since 1976," USGA vice president... view

Anthony Kim's tendinitis woe ends his season
2007 sensation Anthony Kim has been ruled out for the rest of the regular PGA season with chronic tendinitis in his left arm and severe elbow pain, the American announced Monday.Exploding onto the golf scene five years ago with five top-10 finishes, the 26-year-old will be out of action for the nex... view

Golf trophies stolen from USGA Museum
The U.S. Golf Association Museum suffered a break-in Wednesday night, where burglars made off with various trophies and artifacts from the norther New Jersey site.Among the items stolen were the U.S. Amateur trophy that was created in 1926, and a replica of Ben Hogan's 1953 Hickok Belt award, award... view

Poulter: "Match Play should be Olympic event"
Golf will finally be returning to the pantheon of the Olympiad in 2016, but not in the form that England's Ian Poulter would like to see.The proposal is currently for a 72-hole individual strokeplay tournament to be held in Brazil for the summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Poulter, however, feels t... view

Woods demands punishment for slow play
Tiger Woods spoke out on slow play this week, suggesting that penalty strokes be implemented instead of the standardized practise of fines.The much discussed issue is one of the key factors that organisers feel disuades fans from turning up, and the concerns were heightened at the Players Champions... view

Tour will not enter Augusta membership debate
The controversy surrounding Augusta National's no-women membership policy continues to rumble on as PGA Tour Comissioner Tim Finchem refused to condemn the Masters, despite insisting other events must have an open membership policy."We don't get to determining whether their policies are right or wr... view

Donald welcomes McIlroy rivalry for No1 spot
World No2 Luke Donald is enjoying the battle with Rory McIlroy for the top of the World Golf Rankings and feels golf fans are relishing it too."I kind of enjoy the going back and forth. I think the fans enjoy it," Donald told media ahead of the Players Championship Thursday."I think the last couple... view

Fred Couples withdraws from Players
Fred Couples will be joining compatriots Dustin Johnson and Anthony Kim on The Players Championship injury list, after announcing he will skip the event with illness.A two-time Players Championship winner, who won the 2011 Senior Players Championship to earn a place amopngst the field, did not give... view

No Bubba for Players Championship
It routinely brings one of the strongest fields, it has the most lucrative prize fund and it's known as the unofficial fifth major. Yet once again The Players Championship has received a snub from a high profile player.Bubba Watson, the newly-crowned Masters champion, has pulled out of the tourname... view

Woodland withdraws from Wells Fargo
Power-driving Gary Woodland's wrist injury woes continues, as the niggle he sustained at Augusta National will keep him out of the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow.The big six-footer from Topeka, Kansas, damaged his left wrist during the third phase of the US Masters and, while he completed... view

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