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LPGA's Gerina Piller didn't identify her flying object until she was 15

Piller tried a variety of sports before settling on golf and -- like mentor Nancy Lopez -- is from Roswell, New Mexico.

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SVP recalls eating pizza with Tiger Woods (1:33)
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Golf drops penalty for incidental ball movement

Golf's governing bodies have responded to Dustin Johnson's penalty at the U.S. Open by introducing a local rule that waives the one-shot penalty if a ball moves on the putting green by accident.

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Cabrera Bello takes Hong Kong lead

Rafa Cabrera Bello continued his impressive 2016 form as he opened up a one-shot lead after the first round of the UBS Hong Kong Open.

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Caddie collapses, dies on Ladies Euro Tour

A caddie collapsed and died during the Dubai Ladies Masters on Wednesday, forcing the suspension of the first round and shortening the tournament to 54 holes.

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Dominant Stone wins Dunhill Championship

Brandon Stone was thrilled to start the new European Tour season on a high after cruising to a seven-shot victory at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.

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Coachman: Tiger not far off from becoming threat (2:44)
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Woods: 'I just needed to get some rest' (2:15)
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Green wins LPGA Tour Q-school by one stroke

Jaye Marie Green won the LPGA Tour qualifying tournament Sunday to top the 20 card-earners, making a 20-foot birdie putt on the final hole for a one-stroke victory.

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No questions asked after Tiger's finish (3:18)
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You can bet that Tiger is back (1:23)
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Tiger Woods finishes 15th at Hero World Challenge (1:31)
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Tiger believes he had a chance at playing well (0:24)
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Tiger feeling more comfortable every day (1:35)
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Tiger explains why he swung so hard with his driver on the 11th tee (0:36)
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Change of putter changing confidence for Tiger (1:26)
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Jeter: Golf most frustrating sport I've played

Derek Jeter needed something to fill his competitive void when he retired from baseball. The ex-Yankees shortstop chose golf, and just like everyone else, it's been a challenge for him to master.

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Tiger has a lot to happy about with second round play (1:43)
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Woods fires 65, almost aces No. 12 (1:47)
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The Tiger who can win golf tournaments is still in there (2:11)
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Poulter admits mental struggle since return

Ian Poulter admits he is finding his return to competitive golf "mentally hard" as he prepares for this week's Australian PGA Championship in Queensland.

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Tiger's son knows that two putters are off limits (0:26)

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