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Be wary of knee-jerk reactions to sub-60 scores

In the 20th century, a PGA Tour player shot a sub-60 round only three times. Just because it's happened five times since 2010 doesn't mean we should overreact and call it a problem.

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Coachman: Justin Thomas is only getting started (3:01)
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Mickelson to return at CareerBuilder Challenge

After undergoing two sports hernia surgeries, Phil Mickelson will return a week earlier than expected to play in this week's Career Builder Challenge in La Quinta, California.

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Tokyo organizers to review golf club's policies

Organizers for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics say they will examine membership practices at the golf course selected for the Games following criticism that it does not allow women as full members.

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J. Thomas' tally sets 72-hole PGA Tour record

Justin Thomas capped off a historic win in Hawaii by shooting 253 at the Sony Open, becoming the first player since Tiger Woods in 2009 to win back-to-back weeks by three shots or more.

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Storm holds off McIlroy in play-off drama

Eighty-three days after losing his European Tour card by €100, Graeme Storm pipped Rory McIlroy in a play-off to win the South African Open.

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5dDavid Purdum

Billy Walters wants insider-trading case dropped

Billy Walters, a renowned sports bettor who is charged with multiple counts of wire and securities fraud, has asked a court to dismiss his insider-trading case, alleging government misconduct.

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Thomas records lowest 36-hole in PGA Tour history (1:20)
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Collins takes Jason Day to task about his pace of play (2:24)
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Woosnam likes choice of Furyk as Ryder Cup captain (1:27)
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McIlory concerned by back injury (1:26)
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6dDavid Purdum

PGA chief: Tour to have 'open mind' on gaming

New PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan said "there's a lot of opportunity" when it comes to sports betting and that the sports will look at it with "an open mind."

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Put the idea of Ryder Cup player/captain to bed, Jim Furyk (0:45)
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McIlroy content with 'solid' opening round (0:28)
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Langer honored as PGA Tour Champions' POY

After winning four times in 2016, and taking his fourth Charles Schwab Cup season points title, Bernhard Langer was honored as the PGA Tour Champions' player of the year for a record sixth time.

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Mcllroy: I want a good performance (1:12)
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13dBob Harig

Tiger to play Torrey Pines, Dubai back-to-back

Tiger Woods will play in the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines later this month and has committed to play in Dubai the following week. Woods last played in an official event in August 2015.

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12dJason Sobel

Who is ready to make 'The Leap' in 2017?

Golfers, like anyone, need goals. And just like every swing, they differ from player to player. So who's ready to jump into that next echelon of pro?

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Four things you need to know about what the European Tour changed for their Ryder Cup team!

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Following two offseason surgeries for a sports hernia, Phil Mickelson will make his first start of 2017 at this week's CareerBuilder Challenge. "I don't know where my game is, but I figure the only way to find out is to play."

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Following two hernia surgeries, Phil Mickelson to play this week. "I don't know where my game is, but the only way to find out is to play."

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Just went to a local sandwich shop and ran into a PGA Tour pro who's having surgery this week. Man, it's an epidemic. Be careful out there.