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Tiger loses ground to leaders at Bay Hill

Tiger Woods teed off Friday with a chance to continue his strong play at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. But things didn't go as well as they did Thursday.

Michelle Wie trying to have fun and stay healthy

Michelle Wie is trying to have fun — and stay healthy. "My goal is to play the whole year and not to take an extended break during the season," Wie said at the Bank of Hope Founders Cup. "I've working really hard on my putting," Wie said.

One constant of Tiger Woods' road back to the course: Caddie Joe LaCava

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior golf writer for Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University ORLANDO -- It might have been a chilling conversation for some golf caddies: Tiger Woods telling you he didn't know what his future held after a spinal fusion surgery would keep him from hitting balls for six months. But the one characteristic that drew Tiger Woods to Joe LaCava is also what kept the caddie from jumping to another opportunity: experience. "At one time, he gave me the green light," LaCava told of a time last year shortly after Woods' latest back procedure on April 19. "He said, 'You can do one of two things. If you

Bryson DeChambeau's six-under 66 gives him a share of the lead with Henrik Stenson at Bay Hill

On Thursday, it was Henrik Stenson who emerged as one of the forgotten stars in a field full of them, posting an eight-under 64. While he's still tied for the lead at 11-under 133 after a second-round 69, Friday belonged to rising star Bryson DeChambeau, who matched the low round of the day with a six-under 66 to grab a share of the lead at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. DeChambeau, 24, sat at even par through six holes before holing three birdies in a row to turn in three-under 33 and make his move.

8 golf shoes you can easily wear off the course

Spikeless shoes are perhaps golf's greatest unsung hero. Not only because they've driven the evolution that's made golf shoes more comfortable than ever, but also because they effortlessly transition from the office to the course, and from

World Golf Championships: Dustin Johnson knocked out with second defeat

World number one Dustin Johnson is out of the World Golf Championships with a game to play after a second straight defeat.

World Golf Championships: Rory McIlroy loses opening match in Austin

Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy loses his opening match against Peter Uihlein in the World Golf Championships.

Scottish golf: New breed need to spur each other to success - Paul Lawrie

Paul Lawrie fears it could be a while yet before Scottish golfers start winning tournaments, with none in the world's top 100.

European Golf Team Championships: Carly Booth backs more mixed events

Tournament ambassador Carly Booth hopes to see more mixed golf events after this year's European Golf Team Championships.

McIlroy's 'perfect round' ends 18-month wait for win at Bay Hill

Rory McIlroy picks up his first victory since September 2016 as he wins the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.

Stenson aiming to be first to win FedEx Cup Race to Dubai in same year despite wrist injury

Swedish golf ace Henrik Stenson is reportedly aiming to become the first player to win the FedEx Cup and Race to Dubai in the same year despite a wrist injury. Stenson, who earned 6.3 million pounds by winning America's end-of-season event, leads the European Tour going into Dubai's DP World Tour Championship finale. According to the BBC, despite injuring his wrist before the first of the four ...

Indian golfer Shiv Kapur aiming for success at 103rd South African Open Championship

Indian professional golfer Shiv Kapur is reportedly aiming for success at the 103rd South African Open Championship, the world's second oldest Open title, at the Glendower Golf Club in Johannesburg from 21-24 November. The rising Indian star will line up alongside a stellar cast of world stars in the opening event on the 2014 European Tour schedule, including Charl Schwartzel, Retief Goosen, ...

Management issues distracting McIlroy

Northern Irish golfer Rory McIlroy has said that countless hours spent with lawyers this year have been a distraction as he heads into this week's World Tour Championships in Dubai. According to the BBC, McIlroy is still seeking his first win of 2013. Last month, McIlroy began legal action in the Republic of Ireland against the Dublin-based Horizon Sports in a dispute over management fees ...

Cheyenne Woods Heir to Woods Golf Throne

Tiger Woods ‘ neice and, by the looks of it, possible heir to the golf throne. The 23-year-old daughter of Tiger’s older half-brother, Earl Woods, Jr., has played three LPGA events this year, and has yet to collect any money, but she shouldn’t be discouraged. She obviously has what it takes to make it in the world of ...

Stenson stalks Dubai leader

Spain's Alejandro Canizares grabbed a one-shot lead after the first round of the DP World Tour Championship, but Race To Dubai leader Henrik Stenson lies just two back as he looks to add that to his FedEx Cup crown.Canizares completed a six-under-par 66 at Jumeirah Golf Estates that proved enough to hold the first round lead, with Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Australian Marcus ...

McIlroy’s real problem with the Olympics

RORY McIlroy originally claimed the Zika virus was behind his decision to snub the Rio Olympics but he’s now revealed another — more personal — reason.

Rory McIlroy reveals what life’s like for Tiger

RORY McIlroy has become a trusted confidant of Tiger Woods — these are his insights into the far from enjoyable life of the world’s most famous golfer.

Positive signs in rusty comeback for Day

WORLD No.1 Jason Day expects a two-week training camp in the Californian desert to restore the razor-like sharpness to his golf game for the big 2017 season ahead.

Day in the mix at Tournament of Champions in

JASON Day has shaken off a mixed second round with the putter to keep himself in the mix at the Tournament of Champions in Maui.

Aussie ‘battlers’ relishing golfing good life

THE winners-only Tournament of Champions field at Kapalua features four Australians, which is not unusual, it’s who they are.

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