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Race To Dubai

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Race to Dubai title will go down to the wire.

England's Justin Rose leads going into the final day of the Race to Dubai after finishing the day off with a one stroke lead at the DP World Tour Championship.

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RSM Classic

European Tour Finale

Golf

Fleetwood frustrated in Dubai.

Tommy Fleetwood, Justin Rose and Patrick Reed give their thoughts after the first round of the DP World Tour Championship.

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Golf

Fleetwood delighted with 'unbelievable year.'

Tommy Fleetwood insists that he is determined to win the Race to Dubai to top off what he calls one of his best years yet in golf.

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OHL Classic at Mayakoba

Locking Up Major Venues

European Tour Awards

European Tour Awards

Rahm wins 2017 Rookie of the Year.

Spain's Jon Rahm earned the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year award on the European Tour for the 2017 season.

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Eighth For Grace

PGA of America

Weekly 18

PGA Tour

Prior to last week, Justin Rose had won twice in his last 62 worldwide starts, dating back to 2015. He's now matched that total in eight days, following his victory at the WGC-HSBC Champions with another title at the European Tour's Turkish Airlines Open on Sunday. Playing some impressive golf at the end of this year could translate into a second major championship title in the coming year. The Masters Tournament, especially, would be a promising option, as he's finished runner-up at Augusta National in two of the last three years.

Jason Sobel, ESPN Senior Writer

PGA Tour

After failing to win since his 2016 Olympic Gold triumph Rio, Justin Rose has now won two weeks in a row. The Englishman captured the Turkish Airlines Open on Sunday after a victory at the WGC-HSBC Champions. and it casts a far different view on a year whose main highlight was a playoff loss to Sergio Garcia at the Masters. Rose has now put himself in the mix for the European Tour's Race to Dubai title."It's like a bus,'' Rose said. "You wait ages for one and then two turn up.''

Bob Harig, ESPN Senior Writer

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Golf

Gary Player inducted into South African Hall of Fame.

Golfing legend Gary Player who has won nine majors has been inducted into the South African Hall of Fame for his achievements in the sport.

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Tiger's Return

PGA Tour

With the impending return of Tiger Woods comes the return of Tiger-related prop bets. BookMaker.eu has listed odds for different wagers about Woods' performance in 2018. A few of my favorites: The over/under for official tournament starts next year is a mere 5.5 (I'd take the over) and the over/under for world ranking is 1,180th, right where it is now (I'd hammer the under). Even the less optimistic Tiger supporters among us can appreciate the low bars here, ones he shouldn't have any trouble clearing if he stays healthy.

Jason Sobel, ESPN Senior Writer

PGA Tour

Tiger has work to do before being competitive.

Bob Harig calls the Hero World Challenge "a nice soft landing" for Tiger Woods to make his return and explains why the bar for expectations must be set low due to his time away from the course.

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Pro Reaction To Tiger's Return

Happy Birthday, Mr. Player

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No More Pink?

PGA Tour

The days of Bubba Watson playing brightly-colored golf balls are over. "I do not have a ball deal as we sit here today," Watson said Tuesday in advance of the Shriners Hospital for Children Open. "So I can play with whatever ball I want to. My deal was up, and so I'm ball-free." Instead of playing pink, yellow and green Volvik balls, as he did last season in his worst campaign since becoming a two-time Masters champion, Watson will use white Titleist balls this week.

Jason Sobel, ESPN Senior Writer

European Tour

PGA Tour

Do something about slow play in golf? Hell yeah!! The European Tour is having an event called the Shot Clock Masters. Something very interesting you need to look for at this tournament.

Michael Collins, ESPN Senior Writer
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PGA Tour

Paul Casey hasn't been on a Ryder Cup team since 2008 but you better be a bit wary of him in 2018! It's all about where your motivation comes from and his comes from home.

Michael Collins, ESPN Senior Writer
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WGC-HSBC Champions

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  • Erik. S. Lesser/EPA
  • Knock off the 'too friendly' talk among top PGA Tour pros

    Should pro golfers fraternize with the competition? After talking to the likes of Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler -- along with legends like Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player -- the answer is crystal clear.

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