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Rory misses the cut at the Honda Classic, proves that he is human after all

27 Feb 2015 18:55:33 Z

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. -- Well, the chamber of horrors that is the Champion Course at PGA National sure doesn't play favorites. As proof, many of the favorites aren't playing the Champion Course this weekend in...

Tiger Woods gets some earthy advice from...Kid Rock?

27 Feb 2015 18:55:33 Z

Everyone, it seems, has advice for Tiger Woods, who has taken a hiatus while he attempts to resurrect his golf career. Here’s some from an unlikely source, Kid Rock, who apparently has joined the Bear’s...

Jesper Parnevik says to expect "a lot of very weird things happening" on his new reality TV show

27 Feb 2015 18:55:33 Z

March is going to be a big month for Jesper Parnevik. On the 7th, the Swedish golfer turns 50 making him eligible for the Champions Tour, and on the 16th, a new reality TV show...

5 things to talk about on the course: "Parks and Rec," the world's unluckiest athlete, and llamas

27 Feb 2015 18:55:33 Z

From sports to TV to politics (OK, so mostly the first two), we offer five hot topics that are sure to liven up your round of golf: 1. "Parks and Recreation": Remember last year...

An empirical proof of golf's superiority to tennis

27 Feb 2015 18:55:33 Z

Gary Levering, a lawyer and real-estate developer in Houston, died last year. He played on the golf team at Northwestern from 1957-’61 (photo below, courtesy of Northwestern Athletics), and once he’d established himself in his...

Fitness Friday: An easy pre-round warm-up

27 Feb 2015 18:55:33 Z

About a decade ago, my old friend Mark Verstegen at Exos (@teamexos) introduced me to a fitness term that has been a part of my workouts and pre-round warm-up ever since. He calls it "movement...

Sergio Garcia scrambles to a decent score, but remains searching for his swing

27 Feb 2015 18:55:33 Z

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. -- Golf is all about the score, isn't it? Score is a golfer's currency. Score is ego. Score makes the man. These assertions are incontrovertible. Ty Webb aside, you can't measure...

An aspiring tour pro and his novel approach to funding his quest

27 Feb 2015 18:55:33 Z

Some aspiring tour pros find sponsors to finance their quests. Many have taken to crowdfunding. Former Oregon State golfer Vincent Johnson, meanwhile, has come up with his own novel way to subsidize his career. Johnson...

Throwback Thursday Quiz: Name the obscure golf professional from the 1990s

27 Feb 2015 18:55:33 Z

This Throwback Thursday is a special one, because it marks the start of a new series: Name The Obscure Golfer From The '90s.Do you pride yourself on your historical golf knowledge? Then this one should...

"Occupy Golf" movement gathers steam in Brazil amid controversial Olympic plans

27 Feb 2015 18:55:33 Z

Golf’s first appearance in the Olympics since 1904 won’t happen without a few bumps along the way.While questions have been raised in court rooms about what impact the new Olympic golf course designed by Gil...

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