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November 13, 2019Presidents Cup rookie wants to play Tiger

Mexico's Abraham Ancer hopes to get the opportunity to face Tiger Woods in singles play.

November 14, 2019Golf: Mayakoba Classic rained out on Thursday as Monday finish looms

"Everything always drains to the mangroves here and there's no place for it to go with that much rain," said PGA Tour rules official Slugger White. The Mayakoba Classic is the penultimate event on the PGA Tour this year.

November 14, 2019Matthew delighted to lead Europe's Solheim Cup defense

Matthew believes she faces an even bigger challenge to inspire her players to victory in the United States in two years. "Capturing the Solheim Cup in Scotland, an hour’s drive from our home, with my close friend Suzann Pettersen making the clinching putt on the last hole in the last match on the

November 14, 2019Storms wash out first day of PGA Tour event in Mexico

Heavy rain and thunderstorms forced PGA Tour officials to scrap play in the first round of the Mayakoba Golf Classic in Mexico on Thursday. After several delays to a scheduled early morning start, tournament officials abandoned attempts to get the first round under way at El Camaleon Golf Club in Playa

November 14, 2019Rhodes sisters gearing up for final-day showdown at Justin Rose Telegraph Junior Golf Championship

Mimi and Patience Rhodes will not just be competing for the sizeable honour of winning the Justin Rose Telegraph Junior Golf Championship title here on Friday, but also for the bragging rights in their sibling rivalry. They will both be playing for their grandmother, Susan, whose darks days in her battle

November 14, 2019Rain pushes opening round of Mayakoba Classic to Friday

PLAYA DEL CARMEN, Mexico (AP) -- Heavy rain has washed out the opening round of the Mayakoba Golf Classic until Friday.

November 14, 2019Rain pushes opening round of Mayakoba Classic to Friday

PLAYA DEL CARMEN, Mexico (AP) -- Heavy rain has washed out the opening round of the Mayakoba Golf Classic until Friday.

November 14, 2019Oosthuizen overcomes kidney stones to shoot 63 in SAfrica

Louis Oosthuizen had to make a trip to the hospital this week because of kidney stones. Instead, the South African chose to play and produced a bogey-free 9-under-par 63 on Thursday - only one off the course record - to take a three-shot lead after the opening round at Sun City. Oosthuizen made four

November 14, 2019Oosthuizen overcomes kidney stones to shoot 63 in SAfrica

Louis Oosthuizen had to make a trip to the hospital this week because of kidney stones. Instead, the South African chose to play and produced a bogey-free 9-under-par 63 on Thursday - only one off the course record - to take a three-shot lead after the opening round at Sun City. Oosthuizen made four

November 14, 2019Oosthuizen defies kidney stone to take three-shot Nedbank lead

South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen defied pain from a kidney stone and shot a record-equalling nine-under-par 63 in the first round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge at the Gary Player Country Club on Thursday. Oosthuizen opened a three-shot lead over Belgium's Thomas Detry with a flawless round, which

November 14, 2019Heavy rains push Mayakoba start to Friday

After receiving more than 8 inches of rain since Monday, tournament officials declared Thursday a washout at the Mayakoba Golf Classic.

November 14, 2019Buranatanyarat no choker in smog-hit India

Thailand's Itthipat Buranatanyarat donned a face mask against choking air pollution as he fired an eight-under-par 64 Thursday for a two-shot lead in the first round of the smog-hit Panasonic Open India golf tournament. Buranatanyarat bogeyed his first hole, but recovered with an eagle and two birdies

November 14, 2019Matthew to captain Europe again at Solheim Cup in 2021

Scotland's Catriona Matthew will again captain Europe for the 2021 Solheim Cup, the Ladies European Tour announced on Thursday. Matthew successfully led her side to a thrilling 14.5-13.5 victory over the United States in September. "Winning the Solheim Cup in Scotland was a dream come true

November 14, 2019Oosthuizen (63) leads Nedbank despite battling kidney stones

Despite battling kidney stones and making a quick trip to the hospital, Louis Oosthuizen leads the Nedbank Golf Challenge after an opening-round 63.

November 14, 2019Toxic smog delays Asian Tour golf in New Delhi

The start of a leading Asian Tour golf tournament was held up Thursday by toxic smog that has engulfed the Indian capital with hazardous levels of pollution. Organisers of the four-day Panasonic Open India event said the tournament could be shortened if the pollution remains serious, as completing the

November 14, 2019Players don masks as 'toxic smog' delays Asian Tour event

Some players opted to wear anti-pollution masks at the Asian Tour's Panasonic Open, where toxic smog delayed opening-round play.

November 14, 2019Matthew will try and defend Solheim Cup as Euro captain in 2021

After leading her team to victory in this year's matches, Catriona Matthew will captain the European Solheim Cup team again in 2021.

November 13, 2019Yahoo DFS Golf: Mayakoba Golf Classic

Charles Howell III owns seven top-20s in his last nine appearances at El Camaleon GC, but is his price tag worth the selection in Yahoo contests this week?

November 13, 2019Day: 'I need to be at my best to beat these guys'

Jason Day hopes that a more streamlined process will lead to increased success as he makes his first trip to Mexico in a decade.

November 13, 2019Spieth, Stenson added to Hero World Challenge field

Tournament host Tiger Woods has added Jordan Spieth and Henrik Stenson to the 18-man field at next month's Hero World Challenge.

November 13, 2019Stanford's Valenzuela becomes latest college standout to turn pro

Stanford senior Albane Valenzuela announced Tuesday night her plans to leave the Cardinal and turn pro early.

November 13, 2019The reinventing of Captain America is underway

Patrick Reed went from Captain America to persona non grata. With his Presidents Cup nod, he's working his way back into the former role.

November 12, 2019Reed won't dial down the passion at Presidents Cup

Patrick Reed's fiery, competitive spirit has ruffled feathers in the past but the golfer nicknamed 'Captain America' says he has no plans to dial down the intensity when he tees off for the United States at next month's Presidents Cup. The last time Reed wore American colours it ended

November 12, 2019Van Rooyen faces a crucial stretch at end of European season

Erik Van Rooyen's travels in golf have taken him places he wasn't expecting without ever losing sight of the big picture. The first one is this week in his native South Africa at the Nedbank Golf Challenge. Along with being in the hunt for the Race to Dubai, a strong finish might be enough

November 12, 2019Van Rooyen faces a crucial stretch at end of European season

Erik Van Rooyen's travels in golf have taken him places he wasn't expecting without ever losing sight of the big picture. The first one is this week in his native South Africa at the Nedbank Golf Challenge. Along with being in the hunt for the Race to Dubai, a strong finish might be enough

November 12, 2019Van Rooyen faces a crucial stretch at end of European season

Erik Van Rooyen's travels in golf have taken him places he wasn't expecting without ever losing sight of the big picture. The first one is this week in his native South Africa at the Nedbank Golf Challenge. Along with being in the hunt for the Race to Dubai, a strong finish might be enough

November 12, 2019Column: Postseason golf about entertainment, not about fair

Scott McCarron has been in position for a $1 million payoff twice in his career under vastly different circumstances. The first occasion was in 2002 in the final of the Match Play Championship at La Costa when he stood over an 8-foot putt to extend the 36-hole match against Kevin Sutherland and turned

November 12, 2019Column: Postseason golf about entertainment, not about fair

Scott McCarron has been in position for a $1 million payoff twice in his career under vastly different circumstances. The first occasion was in 2002 in the final of the Match Play Championship at La Costa when he stood over an 8-foot putt to extend the 36-hole match against Kevin Sutherland and turned

November 12, 2019Column: Postseason golf about entertainment, not about fair

Scott McCarron has been in position for a $1 million payoff twice in his career under vastly different circumstances. The first occasion was in 2002 in the final of the Match Play Championship at La Costa when he stood over an 8-foot putt to extend the 36-hole match against Kevin Sutherland and turned

November 12, 2019Woods to play upgraded Genesis Invitational

Tiger Woods confirmed on Tuesday he will play in next year's Genesis Invitational tournament in Los Angeles as the event showcases its elevated status for the first time. The tournament at Riviera Country Club holds special significance for Woods, who made his PGA Tour debut at the event in 1992

November 12, 2019'Opportunity for growth': Caddie fallout still looms over Kuchar one year later

Instead of a victory lap as Mayakoba defending champ, Matt Kuchar spent Tuesday weaving an apologetic tone through his pre-tournament comments, as the fallout from his caddie controversy last year still looms large.

November 12, 2019Woods ready for another crack at Riviera, commits to 2020 Genesis Invitational

Tiger Woods has committed to play in the 2020 Genesis Invitational, where he will serve as tournament host.

November 12, 2019Kuchar grouped with Ancer, Finau at Mayakoba

Defending champ Matt Kuchar will play the first two rounds at Mayakoba alongside Tony Finau and Mexico's Abraham Ancer.

November 12, 2019Reed on U.S. team controversy: 'We all talked about it ... we've all moved on'

Asked Tuesday if he’d had a chance to clear the air with Tiger Woods prior to being named a Presidents Cup captain's pick, Patrick Reed said he’s spoken with the entire U.S. team about last year’s controversy.

November 12, 2019Word processor: MacLaren making sense of golf, life through power of writing

Meghan MacLaren hasn’t won an LPGA event, but if you love golf, you really ought to get to know her work. She has carved out a special place in the game as a gifted young writer.

November 12, 2019Van Rooyen faces a crucial stretch at end of European season

Erik Van Rooyen's travels in golf have taken him places he wasn't expecting without ever losing sight of the big picture. The first one is this week in his native South Africa at the Nedbank Golf Challenge. Along with being in the hunt for the Race to Dubai, a strong finish might be enough

November 12, 2019Ex-teammates Hovland, Wolff to join forces at QBE Shootout

Former college teammates Viktor Hovland and Matthew Wolff will pair up again next month at the QBE Shootout.

November 12, 2019Max Homa's Life Through Tweets

The man behind the PGA Tour's funniest Twitter account goes through his greatest hits.

November 12, 2019College Golf Signing Day Special to Air Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. ET on GOLF Channel

On Wednesday, student-athletes all over the world will be signing national letters of intent to continue their golf careers in 2020 at the collegiate level as a part of national signing day. GOLF Channel will cover national signing day with a half-hour College Golf Signing Day Special, airing Wednesday

November 12, 2019Ranking Tiger's 11 possible partners at the Presidents Cup

Tiger Woods has determined who is on his team, but has he figured out with whom he'll partner? Here's a ranking of his 11 possible candidates.

November 12, 2019LPGA's team event makes significant boost to prize money

The Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational is increasing its purse, making it the largest LPGA purse outside the major championships and the CME Group Tour Championship.

November 12, 2019Stock Watch: Captain America gets a big boost from Captain Woods

Patrick Reed is back in the cup fold, thanks to Tiger Woods. Reed's stock is up but others who flamed out of Q-School are feeling down.

November 11, 2019The coldest company golf outing on record

Alex Myers discusses an annual Golf Digest tradition that Mother Nature put to the ultimate test.

November 11, 2019Sober Kirk returning at Mayakoba after six-month hiatus

Six months after taking a leave from the PGA Tour to battle alcoholism, Chris Kirk returns this week at Mayakoba.

November 11, 2019College midseason report: Grades, top players, superlatives

We’ve reached the midway point of the college golf season. Grades, midseason awards and more superlatives from the fall.

November 11, 2019Hatton moves to No. 30 in world following Turkey playoff win

Tyrrell Hatton's playoff win in Turkey moved him up to No. 30 in the world and secured a Masters invite.