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PHOTOS: Goosen’s Lake Nona Mansion Back on Market

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Retief Goosen's home in Lake Nona, Fla., is on the market for $1.8 million (All photos via

Retief Goosen is ready to make a deal on his Lake Nona mansion. The two-time U.S. Open champion is one of many tour pros who owns a home at Lake Nona near Orlando, Fla. However, he is the rare pro who also owns a home at neighboring Isleworth. Goosen originally…

WATCH: Video Of Trump Appearing to Drive Cart On Green Provokes Strong Reactions

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The video appears to show President Trump driving his cart on the green. (Image from Mike Frank video)

It’s quickly becoming the most (in)famous golf video of the year. President Donald Trump appears to be driving his cart across a green at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., in a video taken by a fellow golfer. While it is universally acknowledged as a serious breach of etiquette…

PHOTOS: Funk’s $6.1M Ponte Vedra Beach Mansion on the Market

Fred Funk's two-acre property is for sale at an asking price of $6.1 million.

Feeling good vibes after winning the 2005 Players Championship, Fred Funk put down roots near TPC Sawgrass. He and his wife, Sharon, began construction that year on a 9,585-square-foot mansion less than 4 miles away in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Twelve years later, they are selling their dream house for…

This Day in History: Nicklaus Captivates With 1986 Masters Victory

Jack Nicklaus
A re-creation of Jack Nicklaus' scorecard from the final round of the 1986 Masters.

“Maybe … Yes sir!” It’s hard not to think about Verne Lundquist’s immortal words when we recall Jack Nicklaus’ Masters triumph on April 13, 1986. It’s considered by many to be the greatest Masters. Lundquist’s famous call came at the 17th hole, where the 46-year-old Nicklaus seized the outright lead…

Quick Take: Watch Willett Open Second Round With a Quad

Danny Willett at No. 1
The shot map indicates where each of Danny Willett's shots around the first green Friday came to rest.

Defending Masters champion Danny Willett shanked his second shot from a difficult lie near the edge of a fairway bunker on the first hole Friday, then things really took a turn for the worse. He needed six shots to settle his ball on the green, then two putts to finish…