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Fowler builds 4-shot Honda lead with late flurry

Rickie Fowler birdied two of the final three holes to pad his lead to four strokes entering the final round of the Honda Classic.

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Rory McIlroy fired back at criticism for his recent round of golf with President Donald Trump, saying in a tweet that "you respect the office that he holds."

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Yang extends lead to 5 after delay at Thailand

Amy Yang of South Korea completed a third-round, 7-under 65 early Sunday to take a five-stroke lead into the final round of the rain-hit LPGA Thailand tournament.

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England's Paul Waring holds a share of the lead going into the final round of the Joburg Open after continued poor weather in South Africa saw the tournament reduced to 54 holes.

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PGA Tour veteran Pat Perez, who said earlier this week that he didn't think Tiger Woods would play again this year, emphasized Thursday that he wants to see Woods play again at some point.

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The PGA Tour heads to Florida and PGA National, site of the infamous "Bear Trap." Track all the action, hole-by-hole and round-by-round.

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Muirfield to disclose membership vote in March

Muirfield will discover next month whether its members have voted to end the Scottish club's male-only policy, which could pave the way for its return to rotation for The Open.

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Top golfers embrace boy in race to cure rare disease

Sebastian Velona, 13, attended the Genesis Open to distribute "healing hugs" and recruit pros such as Dustin Johnson to join his fight against a rare neurological disease called Batten CLN8.

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Padraig Harrington wants to play The Open at Royal Birkdale, where he won in 2008. Does he go under the knife with hopes of being healthy for golf's oldest major? He's weighing his options.

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Mexico's Diaz gets exemption into WGC

Roberto Diaz, 30, has secured a spot in next week's WGC-Mexico Championship via the Official World Golf Ranking as the highest-ranked player from Mexico as of Monday.

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Brett Rumford claims World Super 6 win

Australia's Brett Rumford regained his European Tour card in brilliant fashion with victory in the inaugural ISPS Handa World Super 6 in his home city of Perth.

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Rickie Fowler will take a four-stroke lead into Sunday's final round. Seeking his seventh career professional victory at the age of 28.

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Rickie Fowler has a four-stroke lead heading to the final round of The Honda Classic, but he's 0-for-4 in his PGA Tour career when holding the lead (tied or outright) entering the final round of an event, never breaking par in the final round.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Martin Kaymer didn't follow his own mantra and it costs him at the Honda Classic. Kaymer, who's last PGA Tour victory was the 2014 U.S. Open said earlier during his Players Championship victory run that he was committed to "No Weichei" (sounds like Vice-eye when he says it). In German, Weichei literally means "soft egg" but is used as a soft insult meaning wimp or coward. On the par five 18th hole Saturday, Kaymer only had 257 yards to the hole but chose to layup instead of going for the green. He laid up in the rough and ended up making bogey on the second easiest hole on the golf course. Sunday Kaymer should go back to "No Weichei".

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Early Saturday at the Honda Classic, Brandon Hagy shot a bogey-free 64 catapulting him up the leaderboard after making the cut on the number Friday. Hagy is in the field on a sponsors invitation left open by Thomas Pieters who jokingly told me Tuesday, "He should send me flowers!" Pieters didn't use/need the sponsor's invite because his top ten finish (T-2) at the Genesis Open automatically qualified him for this week's Honda Classic. Brandon Hagy might wanna go ahead and send those flowers since Pieters missed the cut and is not around for the weekend!