John Daly receives first 2007 sponsor exemption; PGA Grand Slam of Golf moves to Bermuda

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Organizers of the 2007 FBR Open, played next year at the TPC of Scottsdale, granted John Daly the first of five sponsor's exemptions yesterday. Daly, a five-time tour winner, ranked 193rd on the PGA Tour money list this year … The PGA Grand Slam of… more »

Donald-Howell top contenders at World Cup; Venturi recovering from heart surgery

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Luke Donald will partner with David Howell this week at the World Cup in Barbados, the last event of the World Golf Championships season. Donald has an exceptional record in team golf, going 5-1-1 in his two Ryder Cup appearances. He has also had success… more »

McNeil, 39 others survive Q-School; Seve Ballesteros to return; USGA teams with AMEX

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George McNeil ran away with the victory at the PGA Tour qualifying tournament, joining 39 other players who earned their PGA Tour cards for next year. On a day full of drama at PGA West's Stadium Course in La Quinta, Calif., Rich Barcelo, Alex Cejka,… more »

Shekell Fire threatens homes, golf courses in Moorpark, California

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The Santa Ana winds continue to fuel the Shekell Fire in Southern California on Monday, as hundreds of homes were in danger in the Los Angeles suburb of Moorpark, according to the Associated Press. Blogger and WorldGolf.com contributor Kristen William… more »

McNeill closing in on PGA Tour card at Q-School; Furyk wins Nedbank Challenge

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Former club pro George McNeill has a two-stroke lead at the final of the PGA Tour Q-School. In a bogey-free round, McNeill shot a 5-under 67 at the Jack Nicklaus Tournament Course at PGA West in California yesterday. Meanwhile, Lee Janzen, a two-time U.S… more »

Barcelo has three-stroke lead at PGA Tour Q-School; Stenson ahead at Nedbank Challenge

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After the second round of play at the PGA Tour Q-School, Rich Barcelo sits atop the field. Barcelo shot an 8-under 64 yesterday for a three-stroke lead over Paul Gow of Australia. Lee Janzen, a two-time U.S. Open champion, is tied for 44th place ... H… more »

Gutschewski leads at PGA Tour Q-School; Aussie Strange atop field at the New Zealand Golf Open

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Scott Gutschewski sits atop the leader board after the first round of the PGA Tour Q-School, shooting a 5-under-par 67 at PGA West yesterday. He is one stroke ahead of Jeff Gallagher and Ryan Howison. Only the low 30 scores and ties in the six round even… more »

PGA Tour Q-School final tees off; Quigley makes the Masters

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The final of the PGA Tour Q-School starts today, with 163 players competing over the next six days for a 2007 PGA Tour card. Only the low 30 scores and ties will get cards. Lee Janzen, a two-time U.S. Open champion, is among the competitors … Finish… more »

Ochoa named Mexico's 2006 Female Athlete of the Year; Tennessee LPGA event loses sponsor

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Lorena Ochoa, the 2006 Rolex Player of the Year, was honored as Mexico's Female Athlete of the Year yesterday. Mexican President Vicente Fox gave Ochoa and baseball player Vinny Castilla their awards at a ceremony at the presidential residence … Fra… more »

Stephen Ames wins first Skins Game; Justin Rose back on top at Australian Masters

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Stephen Ames won his first Skins Game yesterday with a birdie putt on the third playoff hole. Worth $270,000, the shot meant the championship for Ames, who finished with a total of $590,000. Fred Couples, known as the "King of the Skins," came in second… more »

Wie misses the cut at Casio World Open; Sorenstam to sit out World Cup of Golf

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For the 11th time in 12 efforts, Michelle Wie missed the cut at a men's event today. Wie went 17-over-par in two rounds at the Casio World Open in Japan to finish in second to last place … Annika Sorenstam will not compete in the World Cup of Golf a… more »

Woods wins seventh straight PGA Grand Slam of Golf; Wie struggles in Japan

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Tiger Woods won his seventh straight PGA Grand Slam of Golf title yesterday, shooting a final round 6-under 66 to defeat Jim Furyk by two strokes. U.S. Open Champion Geoff Ogilvy finished third, followed by Mike Weir … Michelle Wie is struggling at… more »

Tiger has slow start in Hawaii, Furyk leads; Kerr receives prestigious award

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Jim Furyk shot a 5-under-par 67 yesterday to take the early lead at the 2006 PGA Grand Slam of Golf in Poipu Bay, Hawaii. He has a one-stroke lead over U.S. Open champion Geoff Ogilvy. Tiger Woods shot a 70, and Mike Weir was at 71 … The LPGA and th… more »

PGA stars tee off in Hawaii; The Golf Channel to show hall of fame ceremony Thanksgiving night

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Tiger Woods, Jim Furyk, Geoff Ogilvy and Mike Weir will battle it out this week at the 2006 PGA Grand Slam of Golf, which begins today at Poipu Bay, Hawaii. Woods has hinted that Furyk is the man to beat, but Tiger's record speaks for itself. He has won… more »

LPGA rookie Granada gets big payday at ADT Championship; Whitcomb is new PGA of America president

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Julieta Granada of Paraguay took home the $1 million prize at the LPGA Tour ADT Championship yesterday. The 20-year-old tour rookie shot a final round 68 to win the event … Meanwhile, player of the year Lorena Ochoa finished second, solidifying her… more »