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Cooking up a winning recipe for the Phoenix Open

Little-known facts

Chris Little hopes to clarify his family’s legacy 

Designated different

WM Phoenix Open is still wide open, only richer

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R&A ambassadors serve as diplomats for game

PGA Tour court filing targets LIV funders

The contentious battle between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf took another significant turn late Tuesday when the tour filed a claim seeking...

40 years after his first PGA Tour victory, Hallberg has no regrets

Gary Hallberg, the "can't miss kid" in the 1980s, was a four-time First Team All-American, won an NCAA Championship and took home trophies...

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Analysis: LIV finally lands TV deal, but questions remain

LIV Golf secures a TV deal ahead of its second season, but questions – and a potential conflict with the PGA Tour –...

LPGA’s Tournament of Champions an island between two off-seasons

Only 29 players are in the field this week at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club, winners from the past two seasons on...

Winning grows on Finau, who is ready for more

From late July 2022 through mid-November of that same year, Tony Finau won three times on the PGA Tour, turning himself into a...

The strange, futile career of ‘tour pro’ Herb Deesen

Among those who have seriously pursued professional golf for an extended period, Herb Deesen, hands down, is the worst of all time. Our...

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This is the time of the rising Thai

The performance and profile of Thai women golfers has some observers wondering: Is Thailand the next South Korea? Our Lewine Mair has the...

Lesson of hard work passed on from parent to child 

“Family time” connects generations among golf stars and their kids. Our Lewine Mair has the story.

As Rahm sees it, he’s the world’s top player

Jon Rahm has won three of his past four starts worldwide, and his hot play has him feeling like he's the best player...

Lydia Ko headlines LPGA’s lucrative look ahead

For the first time in history, the best women in golf will play for nine figures in total purses in 2023. And Lydia...

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