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Jason Day in contention at Australian Open
(Thu, 23 Nov 2017 07:45:06 GMT)
Day's first tournament round in Australia in four years was a 5-under 66 to put him among the leaders early Thursday at the Australian Open.

Greg Norman's mind is 'blown' by modern game's failings
(Wed, 22 Nov 2017 13:12:57 GMT)
(CNN)It's hard to imagine any of today's top professional golfers hunkered in a workshop making their own golf clubs. Rewind a couple of decades though and that's exactly what former world no.1 Greg Norman used to do, before he headed out to compete on the PGA Tour. "I used to hand make all my equipment, assemble my shafts, weigh up my grips, get the spine angles of my shafts exactly the same for every iron shot so you get absolute consistency with performance of your shaft," the 62-year-old Norman told CNN Sport over the phone earlier this month from his office in West Palm Beach, Florida. With that in mind, you can perhaps understand why Norman was baffled by the recent revelation that US Ryder Cup star Patrick Reed had failed to notice he'd been playing with the wrong club set-up.

Jordan Spieth's unusual problem at Thanksgiving: keeping weight on
(Wed, 22 Nov 2017 08:26:16 GMT)
America's Jordan Spieth returns to action at the Australian Open this week pondering an unusual problem: how to keep weight on at Thanksgiving. Unlike many elite golfers who spend hours sweating in the gym trying to slim down, Spieth has always battled not to lose weight, a condition which forces him to constantly tinker with his swing as his body shape fluctuates. As he prepares to defend the Australian Open title for a second time, Spieth said he has embarked on a new diet and training regime to help him bulk up for the upcoming golf season.

Notre Dame Fighting Irish: Stanford Cardinal Week
(Wed, 22 Nov 2017 05:00:00 GMT)
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish have one game left in the 2017 regular season, and it’s a trip to the ridiculously crappy field in Palo Alto against the Stanford Cardinal. IT’S THE BATTLE FOR THE LEGENDS TROPHY! Yes, it’s a real thing that exists despite the super secret nature of the hardware (a common theme for Irish trophies). Notre Dame hasn’t won at Stanford since the infamous 2007 season. That’s a DECADE for people as wound as tight as I am right now. You can put all the games in the Brian Kelly era aside, and place this matchup in the group called “ONE OF THE BIGGEST IN HIS CAREER.” It’s definitely true. A win on Saturday not only casts away the demons of Palo Alto, it puts Notre Dame in

Tiger Woods Is Back? 14-Time Major Champion Is 'Pain Free' Ahead of Comeback
(Wed, 22 Nov 2017 16:06:14 GMT)
After another 10-month spell away and a fourth back operation in three years, Tiger Woods is “pain free” and could be back playing competitively as early as next week. Woods, who has not played competitive golf for 10 months as he recovers from a fourth operation on his back in three years, will be making his comeback next week at his own tournament in Albany, Bahamas.

Ko endures 1st season without winning on the LPGA Tour
(Tue, 21 Nov 2017 16:33:23 GMT)
Lydia Ko blasted out from in front of the steep edge of a bunker and raised her arms playfully when it dropped for par. She ended the first round of the CME Group Tour Championship one shot out of the lead, and she looked like the Ko of old. Her comments immediately after the round spoke to what kind of year it was. "It would be good to finish the season with a top 10. I would be pretty happy with that," Ko said. Top 10? This from someone who reached No. 1 in the world at age 17, who won her first LPGA Tour event as a 15-year-old amateur and won every year since then. That streak ended in one of the most surprising developments of the year on the LPGA Tour. Ko failed to win a single tournament.

Jason Day tells us what he really thinks
(Tue, 21 Nov 2017 12:29:00 GMT)
Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer Kieran Darcy is an ESPNNewYork.com staff writer. He joined ESPN in August 2000 after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania, where he played four years of JV basketball. Follow Kieran on Twitter » Follow on Twitter CHARLESTOWN, R.I. -- Jason Day returns home to play in the Australian Open this week for the first time since 2013. The former No. 1-ranked player in the world explained why in a wide-ranging Q&A with ESPN.com recently at Shelter Harbor Golf Club, where he was doing promotional work for TaylorMade. Now that golf is essentially a year-round sport, how has that changed the process of testing new equipment, for instance? It makes it quite difficult.

Rose prepares for battle as European Tour tees off in Hong Kong
(Wed, 22 Nov 2017 07:46:40 GMT)
Golf's world number six Justin Rose said ice baths and a team of fitness experts helped him keep up his energy last season, as he eyes a fast start to the new European Tour in Hong Kong. Rose takes his place among Europe's top golfers at the Hong Kong Open Thursday just days after the 2017 circuit finished. "Today is my off-season!" joked a bleary-eyed Justin Rose on Tuesday, hours after flying in from the Middle East.

WATCH: Jeremy Roenick catches a rattlesnake with some golf clubs
(Wed, 22 Nov 2017 00:48:00 GMT)
Jeremy Roenick is many different things to many different people, I'm sure. But in my limited interaction with his online persona, I am sure of only two. The first is that he's a lover of golf. The second is that he might be a crazy person. Those two world collided last week when Roenick captured a rattlesnake with two golf clubs before grabbing it by the head and discarding it. The video made me nauseous, and it made whoever was filming nauseous as well. You can hear someone in the background saying, "Don't pick him up. No!" To which Roenick responds, "That's how you catch a rattler." Eat your heart out, Mike Gundy. Wink of the CBS eye to FTW

Davis Love III's Hip Replacement Surgery a Success
(Wed, 22 Nov 2017 20:31:00 GMT)
Apologies to the LPGA’s golden eras, but women’s golf has never been deeper. With the game going global, with the unrelenting wave of Asian talent continuing to slam the tour’s shores, with Thailand and China promising to add to what South Korea is delivering, it’s more difficult than ever to win. That’s a beautiful and perplexing thing for the women’s game. That’s because it is more difficult than ever to dominate. And that’s a magic word in golf. There is no more powerful elixir in the sport. Domination gets you on the cover of Sports Illustrated, on ESPN SportsCenter, maybe even on NBC Nightly News if the “D” in domination is dynamic enough. The women’s best chance of moving their sport to

Qualifiers for majors, WGCs and THE PLAYERS
(Tue, 21 Nov 2017 16:15:00 GMT)
2017-18 Qualifiers – Majors, World Golf Championships and THE PLAYERS Golfers are omitted if they haven’t recently competed in majors for which they are eligible (e.g. PGA -- Steve Elkington). 1 = Masters 2 = U.S. Open 3 = Open Championship 4 = PGA Championship

Open Qualifying Series Kicks Off With Australian Open
(Tue, 21 Nov 2017 21:24:00 GMT)
They all have stories. Tales about the time that they went toe to toe with a future major champ, or maybe even clipped him by a shot. Memories of walking the range just a few short years ago and viewing some of golf’s brightest stars simply as peers. The Class of 2011 continues to expand its collective footprint on the national stage, but it extends beyond names like Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas. In almost every field at every level of professional golf, there are players from that prodigious class, each still straddling the divide between memories of the past and dreams for the future. Once junior competitors, they are now young men entrenched in their mid-20s. And while some of their former

John Feinstein captures terror, memorable moments of Ryder Cup in his new book
(Tue, 21 Nov 2017 18:18:23 GMT)
While author John Feinstein was doing research at the 1993 Ryder Cup in England for his first book on golf, A Good Walk Spoiled, he came upon an idea for his second book on golf. A tome on the Ryder Cup. More than 20 years passed before Feinstein tackled the subject head on. The result is the richly detailed and entertaining The First Major: The Inside Story of the 2016 Ryder Cup. The title doesn’t do the book justice, for Feinstein deals with the entire history of the biennial clash between the U.S. and Europe. From the maiden battle in 1927 through the raucous and spirited three days in the autumn of 2016, when the Americans won for just the second time in eight contests, Feinstein takes the

Tiger Woods loses No. 1 spot in prize money winnings in sports
(Tue, 21 Nov 2017 11:14:03 GMT)
As Tiger Woods remains on the sidelines (but not for long!), he has been passed in yet another metric. As Forbes reports, the 14-time major champion has been surpassed on the all-time prize money list in individual sports. Rodger Federer is the new No. 1 after a victory in his second group match at the Nitto ATP Finals boosted him to $110,235,682 in career prize money. Woods is now second at $110,061,012. Woods will return to golfing action in nine days at the Hero World Challenge. But the 41-year-old has been hampered by injuries and poor play in recent years. His last win came in 2013. Woods boasts 79 PGA Tour wins and 14 major titles. Federer, 36, has won 95 ATP World Tour tournaments, including

U.S. Amateur to Walker Cup, USGA events deliver high emotion in 2017
(Tue, 21 Nov 2017 16:00:03 GMT)
Of all the U.S. Amateur’s jaw-dropping moments, Doc Redman’s 33rd-hole par putt best exemplified the display of persistence behind the 19-year-old’s win over Doug Ghim. Following a solid recovery shot from one of Riviera Country Club’s deep greenside bunkers, Redman faced a downhill, left-to-right 10-footer. Ghim was in with his own par and 1 up in what was already an incredible duel. “Good shot,” said Fox’s Curtis Strange before cutting his microphone sound. “But he’s got no chance to make that. Impossible putt.” The two-time U.S. Open champion was not totally wrong. The putt was everything a right-hander generally hates: downhill and breaking significantly left-to-right with huge match implications

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