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Mickelson set for first round since Bones split

Phil Mickelson is ready to get back to work at The Greenbrier Classic, even if the man on his bag may still cause fans to do a double take. Mickelson returns to action this week on The Old White TPC,…
Golf world, celebs tweet Feherty condolences

In light of the news Tuesday that David Feherty’s son, Shey, died from of an overdose on his 29th birthday over the weekend, the NBC Sports and Golf Channel personality has received an outpouring of love and support from big…
Spieth leery of comparisons to Jack, Tiger

SOUTHPORT, England – Jordan Spieth has been here before. A couple of years ago, back when he was just 21, he won a pair of majors and was compared to a pair of legends. The comparisons continue. By winning the…
Watch: DJ destroys 439-yard drive at Firestone

AKRON, Ohio – Leave it to Dustin Johnson to downplay the longest drive on the PGA Tour since 2013. Johnson uncorked a mammoth tee shot on the par-5 16th at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, barreling down a slope and ending up…
Open prop bets released on low score, winning score

Scoring at Royal Birkdale is expected to be difficult, but on the eve of The Open there are options for placing bets if you feel especially confident in how players will fare. The Westgate Las Vegas Superbook has created a…
Solheim Cup standings entering Women's British

The Ricoh Women’s British Open is the final event for players to qualify for the Solheim Cup, which will be contested Aug. 18-20 at Des Moines Golf and Country Club in Des Moines, Iowa. Here’s a look at current team…
PGA Tour to begin blood testing with 2017-18 season

The PGA Tour has announced significant changes to its anti-doping program beginning next season, including the introduction of blood testing and the public disclosure of suspensions for recreational drug violations. The Tour currently tests players via urine, and while that…
Bevacqua sheds light on possible PGA date shift

A decision has yet to be made on potentially moving the PGA Championship to May, but PGA of America CEO Pete Bevacqua shed some light on his organization’s thought process in a recent video aimed toward PGA professionals. Momentum continues…