Arizona
In the Pink...
Overcoming serious health issues stemming from sever allergies, Jimin Kang of South Korea returned to the winner's circle May 17 in the Symetra Tour event in Asheville. The victory was Kang's first as a pro since 2010.
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Double Trouble!
Tiger Woods double-bogeyed both front-nne par-5s on Saturday at The PLAYERS Championship, the first time in his career the 14-time major winner has doubled two par-5s in the same round. At the same time, Woods' short game issues resurfaced, suggesting his early-season woes aren't totally behind him.
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Team Terrific
Zachary Martin of the University of North Carolina and John Grimes of Greensboro College were 6 under par through 17 holes when they closed out the father-son team of Tony and Bryson Nimmer to win the 64th Carolinas Four-Ball title.
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Cruise Control
With a 7-shot victory (a record margin) at 21 under par (a record score), Rory McIlroy cruised to his 11th PGA TOUR victory on May 17 at Quail Hollow Club. A 3rd-round 61 (a course record) set up the victory for the Northern Irishman.
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Taking Flight
It took two birdies on two extra holes for Jim Furyk to outlast Kevin Kisner in a playoff at the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links on Hilton Head Island. With the long-awaited victory, Furyk broke a drought dating to the Tour Championship in 2010.
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One-Man Show
With 11 birdies in a 14-hole stretch on May 16 at Quail Hollow Club, Rory McIlroy shot a course-record 61 and took control of the Wells Fargo Championship. The world's No. 1 player opened a 4-shot lead over local favorite Webb Simpson entering the final round.
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Gary Woodland tops Chez Reavie in Phoenix Open playoff
WASTE MANAGEMENT PHOENIX OPEN/BREAKING NEWS

Gary Woodland tops Chez Reavie in Phoenix Open playoff

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Gary Woodland was surprised to see infant son Jaxson with wife Gabby late Sunday afternoon at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. "My wife kind of surprised me with him," Woodland said. "I didn't think he was going to ...  »

Rickie Fowler birdies last three holes to lead Phoenix Open
WASTE MANAGEMENT PHOENIX OPEN/BREAKING NEWS

Rickie Fowler birdies last three holes to lead Phoenix Open

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Rickie Fowler birdied the last three holes to take the lead in the Waste Management Phoenix Open, overcoming a sluggish start in front of the largest crowd in golf history. Justin Thomas went the other way, wasting a ...  »

Rickie Fowler, Bryson DeChambeau share Lead in Phoenix
WASTE MANAGEMENT PHOENIX OPEN/BREAKING NEWS

Rickie Fowler, Bryson DeChambeau share Lead in Phoenix

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Rickie Fowler took a share of the lead into the weekend in the Waste Management Phoenix Open. He knows from experience the party is just getting started. "Just keep the gas pedal down," Fowler said.  »

No Phoenix three-peat, as Matsuyama exits with wrist injury
WASTE MANAGEMENT PHOENIX OPEN/BREAKING NEWS

No Phoenix three-peat, as Matsuyama exits with wrist injury

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — There won’t be a three-peat for Hideki Matsuyama. The Japanese star, the two-time defending champion of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, withdrew from the event before his second-round tee time Friday because of a l...  »

Fellow Sun Devils Mickelson, Rahm ready to party in Phoenix
PHOENIX OPEN/WEDNESDAY COLUMN

Fellow Sun Devils Mickelson, Rahm ready to party in Phoenix

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Phil Mickelson and Jon Rahm will get the party started early Thursday in the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The former Arizona State stars will begin play with Xander Schauffele on the 10th tee at TPC Scottsdale just ...  »

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