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Henley Earns Houston Open Win, Masters Invite

In the 11th hour, Russell Henley earned the last Masters invitation up for grabs on Sunday when he made it back in the winner’s circle at the Shell Houston Open after shooting a final round 65 (-7).  The ten birdies on the day propelled Henley to his first win on …

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SEC Championship Marks the End of Verne’s SEC Journey

Saturdays in the fall belong to college football. And when 3:30 p.m. rolls around, televisions get switched to CBS, and it’s the Verne Lundquist show. Last Call For the final time on Saturday, the SEC on CBS broadcast will feature Verne’s smooth calls, historic stories, and the relationship with color commentator Gary …

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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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Recapping the Masters

In a weekend filled with controversy from rules, committees, and penalties given out, the Masters could not have ended in more dramatic fashion with Adam Scott defeating Angel Cabrera in a two hole playoff to become the first Australian to ever win a green jacket. Scott birdied three holes on the …

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