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Scrutiny On Tiger Woods Now For Different Reasons

Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 May 2013 01:56 Wednesday, 15 May 2013 01:29

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Doug Ferguson (AP Golf Writer)

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Florida -- Tiger Woods has faced more scrutiny than any other golfer from his generation. Maybe ever.

Just not this variety.

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Bethune-Cookman Sweeps PGA Minority Collegiate

Last Updated on Monday, 13 May 2013 05:16 Monday, 13 May 2013 04:42

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PORT ST. LUCIE, Florida -- Bethune-Cookman rallied to win the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship, and the Wildcats took their record 10th women's title on the first hole of a playoff with Texas-Pan American.

"It was a long and a very stressful day out there," Bethune-Cookman coach Scooter Clark said. "But both teams really grinded and I am just thrilled to take home both titles in this incredible tournament. It is really satisfying."

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Tiger Wins Players Championship With Strong Finish

Last Updated on Monday, 13 May 2013 03:53 Monday, 13 May 2013 03:25

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Mark Long (AP Golf Writer)

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Florida -- One bad tee shot made Tiger Woods appear vulnerable. One clutch par putt and a critical birdie made him look invincible.

Woods closed out The Players Championship like he has so many other tournaments: hitting big shot after big shot down the stretch.

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From The Fringe: Who's Humiliating Whom In Singh Lawsuit?

Last Updated on Friday, 10 May 2013 02:29 Friday, 10 May 2013 02:17

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Jim Litke (AP National Sports Columnist)

Vijay Singh is suing the PGA Tour for exposing him to "public humiliation and ridicule" by investigating his use of deer-antler spray.

Now that's funny.

Because Singh was doing such a bang-up job of humiliating himself.

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Couples, Montgomerie Among 5 Inducted To Hall

Last Updated on Friday, 10 May 2013 01:39 Friday, 10 May 2013 01:11

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Doug Ferguson (AP Golf Writer)

ST. AUGUSTINE, Florida -- About the only thing Fred Couples and Colin Montgomerie had in common was a golf swing good enough to trust for a lifetime.

Couples became the first American to reach No. 1 in the world and won the Masters by a blade of grass that kept his ball from trickling into Rae's Creek. Montgomerie found fame on the European Tour, where he won the Order of Merit a record seven times in a row, though he never won a major, a glaring hole in his credentials.

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