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Johnson repeats at Texas Open

SAN ANTONIO — James Driscoll didn’t see where Zach Johnson’s approach landed on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff Sunday. He didn’t have to. Thanks to the gallery, he …


Sasquatch leave big imprint

It’s been a memorable season already for the Community Colleges of Spokane men’s and women’s golf teams. Both have one piece of unfinished business left to make a lasting mark …


Ken Spence had lifetime of adventures

Ken Spence was never the type to let one particular adventure consume his life. That’s why there were more than just golf stories swapped during the memorial service held recently …


Roundup: Huskies lead Pac-10 men’s golf

Freshman Trent Sanders leads the Washington State men’s golf team after the second round at the Pacific-10 Conference Championships in Seattle. Sanders is tied for 13th at 2-over-par 146 after …


Ochoa repeats at Corona

MORELIA, Mexico – Mexican star Lorena Ochoa shot a 5-under 68 on Sunday to hold off Norway’s Suzann Pettersen by a stroke in a dramatic final round and win the …


Gay sets scoring record, wins Verizon

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. – Brian Gay put on a record-setting show at the Verizon Heritage. And this time, he didn’t have to share the spotlight with anyone. Gay shot …


Woods, Mickelson put on final-round show

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, two of golf’s thoroughbreds, had to sprint like quarter horses to get into the chase Sunday in the final round of the …


Cabrera emerges to win at Masters

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The cheers came from every corner of Augusta National, the kind of mayhem that had been missing at the Masters. The last one was for Angel Cabrera, …


Commentary: Masters has new victim

AUGUSTA, Ga. – People get all gushy-eyed about the Masters. The Masters plays right along with that. It’s basically the first week of spring in the South, the first week …


Television: Masters finish nearly perfect for CBS

Go figure: Matinee idol Tiger Woods tied for sixth but CBS still got lucky at the Masters. CBS got two playoff holes Sunday – any overtime action helps TV sports …


Masters up for grabs

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The morning of the Super Bowl, or the seventh game of any championship series, we awake knowing the winner will be either Team A or Team B. …


Quiet Campbell flirts with Augusta history

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The fans wanted to witness history, and Chad Campbell strived to supply it. Not long after the soft-spoken Texan had set a Masters record by draining birdies …


Lincicome calmly captures first major

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. – Her heart racing and her hands shaking, Brittany Lincicome did whatever she could to keep it together on the final holes of the Kraft Nabisco Championship. …


Casey earns first win on PGA Tour

HUMBLE, Texas – Paul Casey finally considers himself one of the world’s top golfers, just in time for the Masters. Casey won the Shell Houston Open on Sunday for his …


He’s still got it: Tiger storms back for win

Tiger Woods had not felt such an adrenaline rush in nine months, especially when he stood over a 12-foot birdie putt Sunday at Bay Hill in Orlando, Fla., with only …


Golf still waiting for next Palmer

ORLANDO, Fla. – The aging, yellow Lab named Mulligan stretched out on the carpet next to the office door at Bay Hill and didn’t move except to lift his eyelids …


Goosen earns first PGA Tour win in four years

Retief Goosen took an important step toward rejoining the elite in golf Sunday by closing with a 1-under 70 for a one-shot victory in the Transitions Championship at Palm Harbor, …


Mickelson wins duel at Doral

DORAL, Fla. – With his best chance at winning a World Golf Championship title, Phil Mickelson broke into a cold sweat and couldn’t stop shaking. And this was 18 hours …


Power hasn’t shifted from PGA Tour

The tears of Y.E. Yang carried a powerful message about the strength of American golf. Golf was just a game until the final hour of the final round, when the …


Yang wins first title

Y.E. Yang has his first PGA Tour win, closing out a one-shot victory Sunday over John Rollins at the Honda Classic at Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. The South Korean took …


Golf season off to odd start

MARANA, Ariz. – Here’s all anyone needs to know about a most peculiar West Coast Swing: PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem played more rounds than Tiger Woods. Finchem played three …


Ogilvy again master of match play

Geoff Ogilvy has been better than anyone in match play over the past four years. One of these days, he might find out if that includes Tiger Woods.


Clark sends Woods packing after second round

One day after a ceremonious return to golf, Tiger Woods was on his way home. Tim Clark of South Africa played 16 holes without a bogey and pulled ahead for …


Woods looks like his old, amazing self

MARANA, Ariz. – Tiger Woods had seven minutes to kill, which for a player who plans his routine to the very second, might have been unsettling. Eight months away had …


Mickelson recovers for Riviera win

Phil Mickelson made back-to-back birdies before saving par on No. 18 to earn a one-shot victory Sunday in the Northern Trust Open at Los Angeles. Mickelson went from a four-shot …


Johnson named winner of shortened AT&T Pro-Am

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – An onrushing 24-year-old South Carolinian will have to wait to sate that golfer’s inner curiosity about how he might function playing a final round with a …


Garrigus, Johnson share lead to open AT&T Pro-Am

Robert Garrigus reached the uphill, 529-yard seventh hole at Spyglass Hill in Pebble Beach, Calif., with a 5-iron and holed a 50-foot eagle putt, then closed out his first round …


Buick loses luster minus Woods

SAN DIEGO – For the first time in six years, the Buick Invitational has the prime spot on the West Coast schedule. It’s the week after the Super Bowl, a …


Perez calmly wins first PGA title

Remaining calm despite the swirling wind and a tense duel for the lead, Pat Perez finally got his first PGA Tour victory – with a lot of help from Steve …


Johnson captures Sony for 2nd win in 6 starts

HONOLULU – Zach Johnson closed with a 5-under 65 on Sunday for a two-shot victory in the Sony Open, ending his two-week stay in Hawaii by playing his final six …