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Spieth-Palmer draw Rahm-Bryan early at Zurich

AVONDALE, La. – The PGA Tour’s only team event gets underway Thursday at the Zurich Classic. Here are some featured groups to watch at TPC Louisiana. Justin Thomas-Bud Cauley/Daniel Berger-Gary Woodland: 8:39 a.m. ET Thursday off 10 tee, 2:08 p.m. Friday off 1:  The Bama boys, Thomas and Cauley, team up for the second consecutive year, […]

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Watch: Kid Rock makes 40-footer in front of Nicklaus

For the second consecutive year, rock star Kid Rock (Bob Ritchie) teamed with Jack Nicklaus in the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf Celebrity Shootout, last week at Big Cedar Lodge. And while they didn’t defend their title – the team of Johnny Miller and Larry the Cable Guy won – the Kid did show golf’s […]

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Randall’s Rant: Augusta has the power to strengthen LPGA

Augusta National Golf Club is turning women’s golf upside down. If you care about the LPGA, that should be your hope, anyway. Your hope should be that the investment made in the new Augusta National Women’s Amateur Championship announced at the Masters three weeks ago will eventually filter up the women’s ranks. While the new […]

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Report: Tour close to finalizing Detroit tournament

With the final pieces of the 2019 schedule falling into place, the PGA Tour appears on the verge of returning to Michigan for the first time in nearly a decade. According to a Detroit News report, the Tour is “believed to be close” to an agreement to bring a tournament to the Motor City beginning […]

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Landry reaches OWGR career high after Valero win

After notching his first career PGA Tour win at the Valero Texas Open, Andrew Landry also reached unprecedented heights in the latest installment of the Official World Golf Ranking. Landry shot a final-round 68 at TPC San Antonio to win by two shots, and in the process he cracked the top 100 in the world […]

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After Further Review: Tour players embracing new ideas

Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. Here’s what’s weighing on our writers’ minds. On players embracing new ideas on the PGA Tour … PGA Tour players are trying to tell commissioner Jay Monahan something: They like new. In the second year of the two-man team format at the Zurich […]

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Landry shares Valero lead, eyes first career win

After coming up just short of a breakthrough win earlier this season, Andrew Landry has another chance to earn his maiden victory at the Valero Texas Open. Landry came within inches of winning the CareerBuilder Challenge in January, ultimately losing to Jon Rahm in a four-hole playoff. He struggled to find form in the wake […]

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Garcia tosses driver, misses Valero cut

It wasn’t quite to the level of his watery meltdown earlier this month at the Masters, but Sergio Garcia still got frustrated during the second round of the Valero Texas Open – and his driver paid the price. Garcia had a hand in redesigning the AT&T Oaks Course along with Greg Norman several years ago, […]

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Former champ Z. Johnson surges at Valero

Midway through his opening round at the Valero Texas Open, Zach Johnson appeared far closer to a missed cut than a spot on the leaderboard. Johnson initially struggled in the winds at TPC San Antonio, playing his first 13 holes in 3 over. But he eagled No. 14 and closed with three more birdies to […]

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Horschel (68) builds on momentum at Valero

Billy Horschel only ever needs to see a faint glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. While some players require a slow ascent from missed cuts to contending on the weekend, Horschel’s switches between the two can often be drastic. Last year he missed three straight cuts before defeating Jason Day in a […]