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Last Updated on Sunday, 24 August 2014 22:25 Sunday, 24 August 2014 22:19
Golf Canada CEO Scott Simmons takes the Ice Bucket Challenge during the 2014 Canadian Pacific Women's Open at London Hunt and Country Club.
Last Updated on Friday, 08 August 2014 02:42 Friday, 08 August 2014 02:39
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (AP) — Defending champion Jason Dufner, suffering from a neck injury and struggling just to swing a golf club, pulled out of the PGA Championship just past the midway point of the opening round.
After making a triple-bogey 8 on the 10th hole, he shook hands with playing partners Y.E. Yang and Keegan Bradley, a good friend, and returned to the locker room.
"There's no point to be out there hacking it around," he said before climbing into a courtesy car alongside wife Amanda and driving away from Valhalla Golf Club. "It's just pointless."
What’s Hot: Brock Mackenzie Wins ATB Financial Classic with Second-Best Score in PGA TOUR Canada History
Last Updated on Monday, 04 August 2014 22:38 Monday, 04 August 2014 22:25
CALGARY, Alberta (Brian Deceker/PGA TOUR Canada) — Yakima, Washington's Brock Mackenzie ran away from the field with a final round 6-under 66 at Sirocco Golf Club to capture the ATB Financial Classic, his second career PGA TOUR Canada win.
The 33-year old set the 72-hole scoring record for the PGA TOUR Canada era at 27-under 261 and moved to No. 3 on the Order of Merit, in position to earn Web.com Tour status at the end of the season.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 July 2014 19:24 Tuesday, 22 July 2014 19:20
HOYLAKE, England (Doug Ferguson/AP) — Golf has been looking for the next big star the last five years, and Rory McIlroy is the most obvious candidate.
With his name on the claret jug and his Irish eyes now focused on a green jacket, McIlroy took a big step toward the career Grand Slam with four dominant days at Royal Liverpool. He looks unbeatable at times like this. Boy Wonder has it all — skill, strength, shot-making. Throw in a great week with the putter and it's not a fair fight.
But being the next big star is not the same as being the next Tiger Woods.
Or even another Jack Nicklaus.
Last Updated on Sunday, 29 June 2014 16:18 Sunday, 29 June 2014 16:10
BETHESDA, Maryland (Doug Ferguson/AP) — Tiger Woods never felt so good after playing so badly.
Taking two shots to escape a plugged lie in a bunker put him a hole. Four straight bogeys on the back nine Friday in the Quicken Loans National buried his chances of making it to the weekend. Over two rounds at Congressional, he missed 16 greens and managed to save par only three times.
Woods was back — just not for very long.
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