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Boos to cheers as Weekley wins at Colonial
Five years of drought are finally over, and the Boos that were being heard throughout the Colonial course in Fort Worth were ones of triumph, not catcalls. Boo Weekley clinched his first PGA Tour victory in half a decade Sunday finishing at 14-under 266 to win by a single stroke.Weekley's n... view

Golf governing bodies confirm belly putter ban
The USGA, in conjunction with the Royal & Ancient, have confirmed they are outlawing the anchored putting stroke from the start of 2016.The new law, titled Rule 14-1b, prohibits players from anchoring a club against their bodies.''We strongly believe that this rule is for the betterment o... view

US Open Champion and CBS Analyst Venturi dies
Ken Venturi the 1964 U.S. Open Champion, 14-time PGA Tour winner and CBS Golf Analyst for 35 years died today, 11 days after his induction into the World Golf Hall of Fame.Venturi died at the age of 82 after having been hospitalized for the last two months with a spinal infection, pneumonia... view

Couples, Monty into Hall of Fame
1992 Masters winner and the first American to reach No.1 in the world Fred Couples was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame on Monday night, along with European Tour star Colin Montgomerie.Couples was considered by some to be a controversial pick, getting in ahead of Mark O'Meara and Davis... view

Vijay's doping escape angers PGA players
After last month's PGA Tour announcement that three-time major winner Vijay Singh will not be punished for using banned substances, several players voiced their concerns.“I’ve got nothing against Vijay –- he’s done a lot; he’s a Hall of Famer – but you just don’t come out and admit that you used a... view

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