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In his words: Rickie Fowler honored at OK State
(Wed, 18 Oct 2017 22:59:18 GMT)
The PGA star describes what it's like to be Grand Marshal for Oklahoma State's homecoming.

Tiger Woods' former coach has an encouraging take on his new-look swing
(Wed, 18 Oct 2017 12:59:21 GMT)
I’ve said this before and I’ll keep saying it: Tiger Woods will never be the player he once was, but he doesn’t need to be in order to win again. Tiger Woods has the aura; he has the mindset; what he needs, in order to piece together something resembling late-career resurgence, he needs an extend spell on the course. He needs to follow the lead of players like Fred Couples and Rocco Mediate — to others who have managed long careers despite serious back injuries — and make protecting his back his one and only priority. Whether it means sacrificing distance or changing his swing or playing less events; only by following that path will he give himself one last chance. Tiger shared a video of his

Thomas fires 63, takes early lead at CJ Cup in South Korea
(Thu, 19 Oct 2017 09:06:20 GMT)
Justin Thomas eagled twice in a 9-under-par 63 to take a three-stroke lead after the first round of the CJ Cup, the first U.S. PGA Tour regular-season event in South Korea. Thomas started on Thursday with a bogey at the 10th hole but made amends with eagles on the par-5 12th and 18th holes around four straight birdies from No. 14-17 to turn in 29. He added three more birdies and a bogey to hold his margin. "It was kind of a weird day," Thomas said. "It started off with a really, really bad bogey. And then I had a seven-hole stretch there where I basically kind of went unconscious. That was pretty much most of my round." Thomas set up a long eagle putt on No. 12 with a driver and a 3-wood. "That

Jordan Spieth sends infamous Open Championship 3-iron to Royal Birkdale
(Thu, 19 Oct 2017 01:00:14 GMT)
Jordan Spieth made what turned out to be the most fortuitous informercial in golf history this summer when he hit his Titleist 3-iron over a Titleist equipment truck from the driving range at Royal Birkdale to win The Open Championship. Spieth had hit a wayward drive, pulled his uplayable all the way back to the range, and one of the best photos of the year was born. Spieth made a miracle bogey there, but went birdie-eagle-birdie-birdie to shut down Matt Kuchar and the Claret Jug. "(Caddie) Michael (Greller) told me, 'No 3-wood, hit 3-iron,'" Spieth said after the win. "And I hit it, thought it was right. After I struck it, I didn't like it because it wasn't where we were trying to hit it, but

How Lorena Ochoa inspired a new generation of Mexican golfers
(Thu, 19 Oct 2017 15:00:15 GMT)
Eric Gomez, ESPN.com MEXICO CITY -- Ana Menendez still remembers the first time she met Lorena Ochoa. The Ladies European Tour pro and North Carolina State graduate was 11 years old then, an eager child in the presence of Ochoa, her idol and already one of the LPGA’s biggest stars. “My dad took me to an autograph signing,” Menendez said. “Lorena asked me what I wanted her to sign. I had brought every single one of my caps. She smiled at me and signed them all.” In time, Menendez found such anecdotes about Ochoa -- who on Sept. 27 became the World Golf Hall of Fame’s youngest inductee at 35 years old -- to be more common than she might have thought. Fellow pro Gaby Lopez recalled her first experience

George Bryan penalized after local caddie commits rules infraction
(Thu, 19 Oct 2017 20:31:10 GMT)
A player committing a rules infraction? It happens. But a caddie doing so? Now that’s really unfortunate. George Bryan, the brother of PGA Tour winner Wesley Bryan and part of their famous Bryan Brothers trick-shot duo, is competing in the PGA Tour Latinoamerica’s Lexus Peru Open this week, and he’s not off to a great start. Bryan opened in 2-over 74 Thursday and is outside the top 100. It actually seemed it would be a good day when Bryan started the round 2 under through seven. But then he bogeyed No. 17 (he began his round at the 10th) and came down with a quadruple bogey at 18. That’s a rough way to go out in 3-over 39. Even worse? Part of that quad was due to caddie error. Bryan took to Twitter

Buy a round of golf with Phil Mickelson for $100k
(Wed, 18 Oct 2017 17:29:09 GMT)
Have you always dreamt of playing a round of golf with Phil Mickelson? Well sell that house of yours because you're in luck: He's auctioning one off for a good cause. The listing on CharityBuzz.com estimates the value of the prize at $250,000, though the current bid stands at $100,000 at the time of writing. All money donated for the prize goes to "Operation Healing Forces," and in return you and up to three people get five hours with Lefty - plus lunch! Not included: The amount of the wager that you'll inevitably lose against hiim.

WATCH: Ryder Cup captains hit golf balls off the Eiffel Tower
(Wed, 18 Oct 2017 07:31:19 GMT)
The Ryder Cup is still nearly a year away, but U.S. captain Jim Furyk and European captain Thomas Bjorn are already preparing for the festivities. Those two went on a tour of Paris this week that culminated with a range session atop ... the Eiffel Tower?! That's right, Furyk and Bjorn hit balls off the Eiffel Tower onto a big Ryder Cup flag hundreds of yards away. The range session was a recreation of an Arnold Palmer photo from the tower in 1976. Palmer got a little closer to the edge than these two did, it appears. These three men are the only three to ever hit balls from the most famous landmark in France. "It was an amazing experience for Jim and me," said Bjorn. "It's going to take a while

Jason Day, Adam Scott interview after Round 1 of THE CJ CUP
(Thu, 19 Oct 2017 06:20:03 GMT)
Following Round 1 at THE CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES 2017, Jason Day and Adam Scott talk about the wonderful scoring conditions and what they are looking to improve in this season.

Quick 9: New Augusta chairman won't forget Bobby Jones
(Wed, 18 Oct 2017 19:24:00 GMT)
Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University 1. The new chairman Fred Ridley remains the last U.S. Amateur champion to never turn pro, so long before he became an Augusta National member there was an obvious fascination with the great amateur golfer, Bobby Jones. Ridley never met Jones, but he did try to learn as much about him as possible, something that now serves him even better as this week he became the seventh chairman in Augusta National and Masters history. Jones retired from competitive golf at age 28 not long after winning the Grand Slam in 1930. Soon after, the Atlanta lawyer

Hall headlines field for LPGA Q-School's second stage
(Wed, 18 Oct 2017 19:18:00 GMT)
England’s Georgia Hall made a name for herself in three of the biggest events in the women’s games this summer, and now she’s aiming to earn LPGA membership. Hall, 21, joins world No. 1 amateur Leona Maguire of Ireland in leading the field at the LPGA Q-School’s second stage event in Venice, Fla., Thursday through Sunday. Hall made a hard run at winning the Ricoh Women’s British Open in August, ultimately tying for third at Kingsbarns in Scotland. The LET member followed that up two weeks later, impressing European captain Annika Sorenstam and American captain Juli Inkster with her strong play at the Solheim Cup, where she was Europe’s third-leading point winner (2). Hall tied for 10th last month

Backstopping: Is it a problem, and how should it be addressed?
(Wed, 18 Oct 2017 19:06:07 GMT)
Are players breaking the intent of the pro game by leaving balls near the hole while others play? Golfweek’s Geoff Shackelford and Brentley Romine address the issue of backstopping: Shackelford: Time is now to put a halt to backstopping Backstopping must stop. Now. The image and integrity of the PGA Tour depends on its members playing by the rules. The weird and rapidly evolving practice of leaving courtesy backstops in the vicinity of the hole bends the spirit of the rules and can only lead fans to ask: “If they’re willing to do this for the opposition, what other collusion is occurring?” Yes, it’s a breath of fresh air that today’s Tour players are pals and wish the best for their opponents.

St. John's Set to Complete Fall Slate at the Lehigh Invitational
(Thu, 19 Oct 2017 07:00:00 GMT)
Oct. 19, 2017 QUEENS, N.Y. – The St. John’s men’s golf team is set to conclude the fall portion of its schedule on Oct. 20 in Bethlehem, Pa. as they participate in the Lehigh Invitational. This will be the second-consecutive year that the Red Storm has closed out its fall slate with the Lehigh Invitational. The Johnnies saw success in 2016 when sophomore Gerald Mackedon produced a second-place finish at the Saucon Valley Country Club after posting a 145 over two rounds, propelling the Johnnies to a top-five finish. The Port Jefferson native will look to build off last year's success, playing in the no. 2 spot for St. John’s. Junior Andrew Baek will play as the no. 1 golfer while Ross Moore checks

After first AJGA victory, 15-year-old Canon Claycomb is just getting started
(Wed, 18 Oct 2017 18:47:21 GMT)
Less than 24 hours after winning his first AJGA title while breaking one of Jordan Spieth’s junior golf records, Canon Claycomb was back on the golf course. Only this time he was caddying in the first stage of Web.com Tour Q-School. Claycomb, a 15-year-old standout from Bowling Green, Ky., won the AJGA Ping Invitational with a 9-under 207 total around Karsten Creek in Stillwater, Okla. The score was a stroke better than Spieth’s 8-under winning total in 2010. Later that evening, Claycomb boarded a plane for Charlotte, N.C., and by 8:30 the next morning had arrived at The Club at Irish Creek in Kannapolis, N.C., to loop for friend and pro golfer Charlie Bull. Talk about a kid who can’t get enough

Green (66) chasing, not intimidated by Thomas
(Thu, 19 Oct 2017 11:24:00 GMT)
Although Gavin Kyle Green plays nearly all of his golf outside the U.S., a leaderboard with the name Justin Thomas emblazoned near the top doesn't phase him. Green is Malaysia's top-ranked golfer, and he represented the country at last year's Olympics. He's in the midst of a strong season on the Asian Tour, where he has built a healthy lead in the Order of Merit race following a win three weeks ago at the Taiwan Masters. But before he turned pro, Green was an All-American at the University of New Mexico, where he occasionally crossed paths with Thomas and frequently clashed with PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Xander Schauffele at nearby San Diego State. That familiarity could pay dividends this

'Burnt out' Day didn't know 'how to handle' No. 1
(Thu, 19 Oct 2017 13:14:00 GMT)
As he nears the end of one of the more difficult years of his career, Jason Day has taken time to look back on where things went wrong in 2017. Day began the year ranked No. 1 in the world, and he stated a goal at the SBS Tournament of Champions in January to retain the top spot for the entire calendar year. Day lost the top spot to Dustin Johnson in February, and he entered this week's CJ Cup at Nine Bridges ranked No. 9 in the world, his lowest standing since June 2015. A significant portion of Day's struggles related to his mother's health battle and lung cancer surgery in the spring, but he also told reporters in South Korea that part of the equation was his inability to shoulder the burden of No. 1 after taking over the top spot in March 2016.

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