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Phelps, Day bring Michigan-Ohio State rivalry to golf course.

Swimmer Michael Phelps, a Michigan fan, and golfer Jason Day, an Ohio State fan, trade barbs at a celebrity golf event in Illinois that also featured coaches Jim Harbaugh and Urban Meyer.

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Harbaugh shows off smooth golf swing.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh's tee shot at a celebrity golf event elicits some commentary from Jason Day.

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AT&T Byron Nelson

Golf

Highlights: Horschel nabs first win since 2014.

Billy Horschel defeated Jason Day on the first playoff hole to win the AT&T Byron Nelson.

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Tour Caddie Championship

PGA Tour

Wayne Birch Jr. wins the net division Caddie Championship on a chip-off. Wayne credits his chipping game to his pro Andrew Loupe... and his shoes too!

Michael Collins, ESPN Senior Writer
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Tour Caddie Championship

PGA Tour

Are the caddies feeling any nerves this morning for their tournament? I found one that's not, and check out this driver swing!

Michael Collins, ESPN Senior Writer
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PGA Tour

To prepare for the Caddie Championship Jordan Spieth gave his caddie Michael Greller a beating? Greller sets low goals.

Michael Collins, ESPN Senior Writer
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Most impressive PGA Tour win this year?

No, it wasn't Si Woo Kim's victory at the Players Championship, but it was one of Dustin Johnson's three titles so far in 2017.

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Day sinks amazing 60-foot putt.

Jason Day hits the last and most impressive of his eight birdies on the day, as he rolls in a 60-foot birdie on the par-3 17th hole at AT&T Byron Nelson.

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AT&T Byron Nelson

Spieth drains 40-foot birdie putt.

Jordan Spieth makes a 40-footer from off the green on the par-4 fourth hole in Round 2.

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Three days after being criticized by Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee for playing too "safe" down the stretch during his T-2 finish at The Players Championship, Ian Poulter held an interview session with the assembled media prior to the AT&T Byron Nelson. When I asked him whether he was surprised at the reaction to his course strategy, he smiled and answered, "Not talking about it. Not interested, not interested. I have no interest feeding the fire." He then added: "I play to win, end of story." Those words might read as contentious, but it was a playful exchange, as Poulter appeared relaxed after a last-minute technical error afforded him a PGA Tour card for this year, then last week's finish assured he'll be set for next year, as well. In Thursday's opening round at TPC Four Seasons, he started with three consecutive birdies to grab an early share of the lead, but only finished at even-par 70.

Jason Sobel, ESPN Senior Writer

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PGA Tour

Daniel Summerhays is a 5-foot-8 golfer ... but he's still got some hops, as he showed in the gym today (with a little help from the wall).

Jason Sobel, ESPN Senior Writer
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Golf

Tuesday @ Byron Nelson

The Players Championship

At TPC Sawgrass

PGA Tour

Kim's caddie breaks down TPC victory.

Si Woo Kim's caddie, Mark Carens, speaks with Michael Collins about Kim's building confidence throughout the tournament and the shots Kim made that made him know they were in contention.

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Players Championship observations

PGA Tour

Every shot counts, right? Some more than others as Ian Poulter found out Sunday at the Players Championship. The Englishman's amazingly clutch fourth shot on the 18th hole from the far right side of the hole stopped a foot from the cup, enabling him to make an astounding bogey and finish tied for second with Louis Oosthuizen. Poulter's second shot had come to rest in a bush after caroming off a tent and resulted in a penalty drop. Had Poulter made double-bogey instead of bogey, he would have finished in a three-way tie for third -- or $378K lighter in the wallet.

Kevin Maguire, Golf

PGA Tour

The final three holes at TPC Sawgrass typically bring drama, but who could have predicted what Rafa Cabrera Bello brought Sunday at the Players Championship? The Spaniard holed his second shot on the par-5 16th hole from 181 yards for an albatross, then knocked his tee shot at the island green 17th to inside 6 feet and made birdie, so his scorecard showed 2-2. And his tee shot at No. 18? It found the water (and it wasn't even close to dry land.) Yet somehow, he drained a nearly 40-foot putt for par and finished tied for fourth. That means he played the final three holes at 4 under ... with a par.

Kevin Maguire, Golf

PGA Tour

Coming into this week, the redesigned driveable par-4 12th hole at TPC Sawgrass had some question marks. Would players go for it? Was the risk of the pond down the left side worth the reward of a possible eagle? After 72 holes, No. 12 saw just two eagles and 127 birdies, but also 49 bogeys and three doubles with zero of the dreaded "others." It seems like most pros played it safe, instead laying back and putting a full wedge in their hands, making the 12th hole the easiest par-4 on the course this week at the Players Championship. The PGA Tour will almost certainly look at this hole for next year to see how they can entice players to go for it.

Kevin Maguire, Golf

The Players Championship

PGA Tour

In his first Players Championship start three years ago, Jordan Spieth was in contention on the back-nine Sunday, only to finish in a share of fourth place. Since then, he's missed three consecutive cuts, including this week. Within striking distance of the cut line Friday afternoon, he knocked his tee shot into the water at the par-3 17th hole, making double-bogey and ensuring he'd be heading home. Other big names to miss the cut include Bubba Watson, Jim Furyk and Luke Donald.

Jason Sobel, ESPN Senior Writer

PGA Tour

There would be a delicious irony to Vijay Singh accepting a winner's trophy Sunday afternoon at the PGA Tour's flagship event on its home course. Four years ago, Singh began litigation against the PGA Tour following a suspension for PEDs that he believes was wrongly executed. When asked about the lawsuit following his second round at The Players Championship, he said simply, "I don't want to talk about it." The 54-year-old did, however, talk about rounds of 70-68 that have him just three strokes off the lead entering this weekend.

Jason Sobel, ESPN Senior Writer

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Early reviews for TPC Sawgrass redesign are good.

Michael Collins says tour players have told him they like the changes made to the course at the Players Championship.

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PGA Tour

A 2017 Presidents Cup hashtag campaign may have been started during the second round of the Players Championship?! Captain Steve Stricker (-2) and Webb Simpson (-4) explain!

Michael Collins, ESPN Senior Writer
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Sergio Garcia

Golf

Garcia talks hole-in-one on island green.

Sergio Garcia describes his hole-in-one on the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass and the reaction he's received from fans at his first tournament after winning the Masters.

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Jay Monahan

Golf

Monahan's reign atop PGA Tour begins.

Bob Harig delivers some on-course insight into new PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan.

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Garcia conquers all, wins Masters

The legend of the 'Scotty'

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  • Why any ol' putter just won't do for Tiger

    Could one putter be that special? For Tiger Woods, yes. Flatstick guru Scotty Cameron explains the lure behind golf's most player-club iconic relationship.

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