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Johnson not bitter about losing caddie to Woods
The last time Tiger Woods was involved with a caddie leaving a golfer’s service the media had a field day.This time there will be no Steve Williams-esque bitterness following Joe LaCava decision to end his time with Dustin Johnson and team-up with Woods.''I spoke to Tiger about it. There's no hard... view

Woods boosts Frys.com Open Ticket Sales
Although Tiger Woods may be dropping in the world golf rankings, his selling power is just as strong as ever with his next appearance a big deal in a normally  quiet Fall Series event in the foothills of northern California.Last month, the former world no.1 stated he would be taking part in th... view

Haas into World Top 20
Bill Haas moves inside the World’s top 20 for the first time after taking Tour Championship title and the FedEx Cup.After beating fellow American Hunter Mahan at East Lake Golf Club for the $10 million dollar bonus, Haas has soared 25 places places up to 20th in the Official World Golf Rankings on... view

Haas takes $10 million FedEx Cup Jackpot
An end of season finale that had everyone guessing, ended up with a winner that no one expected.None of the top five players in the FedEx Cup standings took the coveted $10 million jack pot, nor could the world number one, Luke Donald.Instead it was the man down at No.25, who had choked so badly in... view

Sorenstam: Europe needs to beat U.S. in Cup
On the eve of the Solheim Cup, Annika Sorenstam has issued a rallying cry to Europe’s ladies – it’s time to turn the tables."It would mean a lot," Sorenstam said Wednesday of her hopes for a first European triumph since 2003. "Otherwise you'd go 10 years without winning, then people start thinking... view

Bradley leads the running for Player of The Year
With Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year awarded in early December, all eyes are on the finale of the Tour Championship at East Lake on Sunday.And one player is favourite to snaffle both prestigious awards.Keegan Bradley is one of six players on the circuit with two victories this season, the... view

Nicklaus: Tiger can beat my record
Jack Nicklaus has declared that Tiger Woods can still break his own record of 18 majors.Nicklaus said Woods can achieve the feat ''if he gets the five inches between his ears squared out.''''I mean Tiger has a great work ethic, he's a great competitor, the most talented kid on the planet right now,... view

Mickelson struggles at Cog Hill
Phil Mickelson had a rough start at the BMW Championship in a hit-and-miss first round at Cog Hill.On par at the 18th, a wayward tee shot resulted in a bogey and 1-over 72 to end Thursday’s play."Never really had it going great today," he said. With almost karmic predictability after blasting the R... view

McIlroy faces schedule clash in race to be No. 1
US Open champ Rory McIlroy could miss next year’s Irish Open because of a clash with the AT&T National at Congressional, the scene of his remarkable US Open victory in June.A new title sponsor for the Irish Open, thought to be Zurich Financial Services Group, is being lined up for the tournamen... view

Tseng retains NW Arkansas Championship
Ladies World Number One Yani Tseng successfully retained her title in the LPGA Tour’s NW Arkansas Championship on Sunday, beating Amy Yang of Korea on the first hole of a playoff on Sunday.Tseng holed a winning 4-foot birdie putt on the par-5 18th for victory. Tseng and Yang had closed with 3-under... view

Nick Faldo: PGA Tour is tough but good
Even without the dominance of Tiger Woods, these are exciting times for pro golf, says Sir Nick Faldo.The six-time major winner, now a TV golf analyst for CBS and the Golf Channel, believes the PGA Tour is "quite good.""Tiger was obviously the most dominant player for 15odd years, while Phil (Micke... view

World Rankings: Europe dominates top 4
With his second win in just three weeks, adding The Deutsche Bank Championship to the Wyndham, Webb Simpson has risen to world no. 14.Simpson’s win gave him a boost of 13 places and up a remarkable 199 places from his 213th position on January.The man he beat into second-place Chez Reavie climbs 88... view

Gary Christian wins Mylan Classic
England’s Gary Christian won the Nationwide Tour’s Mylan Classic on Sunday, shooting a 4-under 67 for a one-stroke victory over John Mallinger at the Southpointe course.40-year-old Christian from Carshalton, London and former Auburn player, earned $108,000 to jump from 27th to fourth on the money l... view

Mickelson to try long putter for DB Championship
Phil Mickelson is set add a new string to his bow or rather a new club to his bag at today’s Deutsche Bank Championship. The new piece of gear that is de rigueur for all recent Tour winners: the belly or long putter."It's awkward to me," Mickelson acknowledged after his pro-am round Thursday at the... view

Woods 'honored' to be Presidents Cup pick
Tiger Woods is honored to be a captain’s pick for the Presidents Cup and says he deserved the selection.Playing at the Notah Begay charity event on Wednesday, the former No. 1 player believes he merited the selection. ''I haven't played. Fred iterated that he wanted me on the Presidents Cup team an... view

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