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The Players Skipping Arnie’s Event Are Choosing Poorly View More
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The Players Skipping Arnie’s Event Are Choosing Poorly

You can’t play every week. We get it. Sure, it’s golf, not football or rugby or bull riding (although professional bull riders will be competing for their 11th consecutive week this Saturday and Sunday in Albuquerque, N.M.), but everybody needs time off, right? So, with the Valspar Championship and the…

Five Players to Watch: Arnold Palmer Invitational View More
Jason Day and Rory McIlroy should both find themselves in contention at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill. (Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports/Reuters. Picture Supplied by Action Images.)

Five Players to Watch: Arnold Palmer Invitational

The PGA Tour’s Florida swing has rolled into Orlando this week for the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill and Mr. Palmer himself already has shown up on the practice tee to take a look at the pre-tournament work being done by various players. (Read Ron Green Jr.’s touching tribute…

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Despite Sunday Skid, Scott’s Glass Half Full

ORLANDO, FLORIDA | Walking into the interview room Wednesday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Adam Scott turned to an acquaintance and asked, “Did Arnold just finish in here?” Scott effectively answered his own question when he glanced through a pair of glass doors and saw the tournament host continuing to…

Tiger's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week

So let’s look at Tiger Woods’ week so far: He’s presumably getting treatment for a back that’s acting up like a group of 6-year-olds after binging on Skittles. His former caddie, Steve Williams, said he still hasn’t buried the hatchet with Tiger. His former coach, Hank Haney, says Tiger didn’t…

Meet The Old Boss: Tiger Ascends To World Number One Again

The numbers continue to add up for Tiger Woods. On Monday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Woods ascended to the No. 1 player in the world for the fourth time. He won for the eighth time at the same tournament. It equals a record established by Sam Snead, who won…

Arnie Says No To Anchoring, Bifurcation

Arnold Palmer made himself perfectly clear Wednesday morning at Bay Hill on the eve of his Arnold Palmer Invitational: No bifurcation. No anchored putting. “I don’t think golf has a place for two sets of rules,” he said. “And I think it’s very, very important and may be a key…