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9:03 PM ET MEXICO CITY — The noise, at times, can be deafening, deflating. It is certainly distracting. Patrick Reed admits as much because it would be nearly impossible to say or do otherwise. And so it was that Reed had not one, but two grenades tossed his way this week in the wake of
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6:33 PM ET Associated Press MEXICO CITY — Justin Thomas has done just about everything at the Mexico Championship except win. Even with a one-shot lead going into the final round, Saturday was enough of a reminder that no lead is safe at Chapultepec Golf Club and nothing comes easily. Thomas was five shots behind
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7:01 PM ET Despite a rejection from the world’s No. 1-ranked player and without having a single player formally commit to the venture, backers of the proposed Premier Golf League are forging ahead with their idea to create a world tour that would stage limited-field tournaments with massive prize money. Andy Gardiner, a London-based director
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7:24 PM ET Associated Press MEXICO CITY — Bryson DeChambeau kept making so many birdies in the Mexico Championship that when he rolled in his ninth one from 45 feet, all he could do was throw his hands in the air in pure wonder. He wasn’t alone Friday in making birdies, although Rory McIlroy would
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RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico — The name popped from the caddie’s back, bolded in black against a white bib. That did little to help the volunteer tasked with taking scores during Wednesday’s pro-am, who was having a hell of a time deducing who was finishing on the 18th green. “Campbell … Campbell … Campbell,” the
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MEXICO CITY — As Rory McIlroy finished a practice round late Wednesday afternoon at Club de Golf Chapultepec, scores of kids screamed for the World No. 1’s autograph. He was happy to oblige. Meanwhile, a couple thousand miles away in South Florida, Brooks Koepka posted a picture on Instagram of himself chilling in his pool
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6:34 PM ET Associated Press NAPLES, Fla. — Scott Parel overcame a three-shot deficit Sunday and closed with an 8-under 63 to win the Chubb Classic by two shots over Bob Estes, his third career victory on the PGA Tour Champions to surpass $5 million for his career. Parel moved atop the Charles Schwab Cup
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4:02 PM ET Former CBS television commentator Peter Kostis is the latest to call out Patrick Reed in the wake of a rules violation in the Bahamas, saying the golfer four times improved his lie or his line of play while he witnessed it in his duties for the network. Reed was assessed a two-shot
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RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico — A storm rolled off the Sierra Luquillo mountains late Tuesday afternoon. Its gusts were unwelcome guests to those preparing for the Puerto Rico Open at Coco Beach Golf Course, the winds so stiff—paired with an ominous skyline—that many players deemed practicing a futile effort. But one remained, carving trajectories through
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7:27 PM ET Associated Press LOS ANGELES — Adam Scott has another victory at Riviera, and this time it counts. Scott survived a calamitous Sunday with just enough clutch putts — for birdie, par, even a bogey — and closed with 1-under 70 for a two-shot victory in the Genesis Invitational. The victory comes 15
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Adam Scott has played professional for two decades and has been associated with Titleist for all of them. The talented Aussie has a major to his credit at the 2013 Masters and just added the Genesis Invitational to his list of PGA Tour wins. Scott spoke with GolfDigest.com (as well as three other golf media
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12:33 PM ET Patrick Reed‘s sandy rules violation in the Bahamas more than two months ago continues to garner attention. And Brooks Koepka is the latest to strongly weigh in when asked if he felt Reed cheated. “Uh, yeah. I think, yeah, yeah,” Koepka said Monday in a Sirius/XMI radio interview that covered a range
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