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Day Runs Away with Players Championship

Jason Day reached the No. 1 ranking after winning the Players Championship Sunday. The Australian native’s wire-to-wire win was the first since Hal Sutton in 2000. He has won seven of the last 17 PGA Tour events. 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 That’s 7 wins in 17 events. Congrats, Jason. pic.twitter.com/X29Ukhznx6 — PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) …

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Masters Day 1 Round-Up, Spieth in Familiar Territory

Thursday in Augusta is a day in which you can’t win the Masters, but you certainly can lose it. Nothing is more evident of that, than how Rickie Fowler (+8) and Bubba Watson (+3) both performed yesterday. However, the defending champion, Jordan Spieth, was as impressive as he was this time …

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Jason Day Victorious at Bay Hill

The 2016 edition of the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill concluded play on Sunday with Jason Day emerging as the winner by one stroke. It was the eighth PGA Tour title and the first Arnold Palmer Invitational win for the 28-year old Australian, who was one shot back with two …

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Arnold Palmer Invitational Underway

The Arnold Palmer Invitational tournament first round began Thursday as the two-time defending champion and former Gator Matt Every is looking to three-peat at Bay Hill. Every will have stiff competition as the field for the tournament is loaded with some heavy hitters. Notable names in the field this week from the …

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Tiger Woods with “no timetable” For Return

Tiger Woods has spent a total of 683 weeks as the number one golfer in the world, but at the moment he’s 400th. The 14-time major champion had a press conference Tuesday, his first since undergoing another surgery on his back in the off-season. Woods answered questions about his health and his future, …

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Jordan Spieth Wins Masters

21 year old Jordan Spieth fired a final round 70 on Sunday to become the second youngest Masters winner in the tournament’s history, and also was the first player to go wire-to-wire since Raymond Floyd in 1976. The now second ranked player in the world fended off a host of …

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