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Nona Blues: G-Mac concerned with restaurants and his golf

Doug Ferguson, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 25th - 2:36pm

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Mini tours playing through during virus outbreak

John Marshall, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 20th - 11:41pm

Anna Nordqvist drained a birdie putt on the second playoff hole, pumped her fist and gave a slight wave to half-dozen people clapping near the green. The tournament title in hand, the two-time major champion turned to playing partner Lisa Pettersson and hesitated.

Update on the latest sports

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 9:06am

San Francisco Giants right-hander Tyler Beede will undergo Tommy John elbow surgery. Giants president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi made the announcement and Beede's surgery will be performed by Dr. Keith Meister in the Dallas area. Beede joined others who are having procedures, some because there is ample time given baseball's season being pushed back because of the novel coronavirus. The Red Sox announced Thursday that left-hander Chris Sale would have Tommy John surgery. The operation would keep him out the entire 2020 baseball season if and when it resumes after the coronavirus pandemic. The team made the announcement two weeks after saying that the 30-year-old left-hander had a flexor strain near the elbow. At the time, the team hoped Sale would avoid the operation that usually requires a full year to recover from.

South African player tests positive for the coronavirus

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 9:02am

the Golfsixes, a two-day event on May 9-10 in Portugal, was canceled; the Made in Denmark event on May 21-24 was postponed. That brings to eight tournaments on the European Tour either canceled or postponed.

Uncertainty with majors as much about who plays as when

Doug Ferguson, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 17th - 2:56pm

men's and women's — apart from the other majors.

Report: Augusta National to close club by end of the week

Doug Ferguson, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 16th - 3:39pm

when the Masters resumed after World War II — that golf's most viewed tournament is not the first full week in April. Augusta National closes about a month after the Masters for the summer and reopens in October.

Brooks Koepka says he won't be joining Premier Golf League

Doug Ferguson, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 15th - 2:33pm

10 of them in the U.S. — that feature 54 holes, no cut and a shotgun start to fit a five-hour broadcast window. Total prize money would be $240 million, and the top player could earn as much as $50 million.

Update on the latest sports

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 13th - 9:53am

The sports landscape continues to shrink following decisions from the golf and auto racing world.

The PGA Tour has decided to scrap the rest of The Players Championship and shut down its other tournaments three weeks

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 12th - 7:59pm

The PGA Tour has decided to scrap the rest of The Players Championship and shut down its other tournaments three weeks.

No fans, now no players: PGA Tour shuts down for a month

Doug Ferguson, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 12th - 2:32pm

The Players Championship went from having no fans to having no players.

PGA Tour to carry on without spectators for the next month

Doug Ferguson, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 12th - 9:06am

The PGA Tour plans to keep playing, just without anyone watching from outside the ropes because of the coronavirus outbreak.

Patrick Reed prepares for raucous reception at famed 17th

Mark Long, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 11th - 3:16pm

Patrick Reed has a plan for the famed par-3 17th at TPC Sawgrass.

Players Championship doesn't always favor the best in golf

Doug Ferguson, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 11th - 3:02pm

Rory McIlroy didn't break par until his fourth appearance at The Players Championship.

McIlroy trying to end spell of no repeat winners at Players

Doug Ferguson, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 10th - 3:58pm

No one has ever won back-to-back at The Players Championship since it moved to the TPC Sawgrass in 1982. Rory McIlroy might have as good a chance as anyone before him.

PGA Tour media deal aimed at more video for bigger audience

Doug Ferguson, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 9th - 5:02am

The PGA Tour announced an expansive media rights deal Monday that brings ESPN back into the fold with its streaming service, joining two networks as part of a package designed to deliver more video content and reach a broader audience.

Hatton hangs on to win Bay Hill for 1st PGA Tour title

Doug Ferguson, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 8th - 4:30pm

Tyrrell Hatton felt the Arnold Palmer Invitational slipping away Sunday, perhaps unaware that everyone else trying to survive another brutal test at Bay Hill was feeling the same way.

Hatton has 2-shot lead on hardest day at Bay Hill since '83

Doug Ferguson, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 7th - 4:38pm

The calendar and palm trees suggested the Florida swing in March.

Hatton, Kang share lead on a tough day at Bay Hill

Doug Ferguson, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 6th - 4:56pm

Tyrrell Hatton lost his swing on his back nine without losing his head, a small victory. He battled through a tough test at Bay Hill on Friday and was only surprised by what he saw when he finished.

Tiger still not ready, will miss The Players Championship

Doug Ferguson, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 6th - 2:27pm

The strongest field of the year at The Players Championship will be without the biggest draw in golf.