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Former Big Break Ireland competitors Annie Brophy and Kelly Jacques are back. Only this time, it is not to play on Big Break, but to lend their insight and provide some fun facts about the ladies of Big Break Florida.
Adam Scott's 10-shot turnaround Friday was enough to make the weekend – and keep him in pursuit of the world’s top ranking – but after the Australian signed for a second-round 67 at The Players those consolation prizes didn’t make things any better.
Jason Dufner was really, really excited with the Cleveland Browns selected Johnny Manziel in the NFL Draft.
Tiger Woods will play in a team event in Argentina, later this year, if his health permits.
In this weekly Grill Room installment, we take a look at some golfers' more-forgettable moments on and off the course.
Join John Hawkins for live chat on Day 2 of the 2014 Players Championship.
After a first-round 77, it appears that Adam Scott’s quest for world No. 1 will have to wait another week.
Martin Kaymer hasn’t won in the U.S. since the 2010 PGA Championship, but the former world No. 1 took a big step toward ending that drought Thursday at The Players.
Sang-Moon Bae opened with a birdie-eagle start at The Players Championship – and yes, he even impressed himself.
The tournament within this week’s tournament took a few unexpected twists and turns Thursday.
For former world No. 1 Martin Kaymer, Thursday's course-record-tying 63 was three years in the making. His secret? Stop thinking.
Justin Leonard wasted no time in getting his round started Thursday at The Players Championship.
Former PGA champion Martin Kaymer has tied the course record with a 9-under 63 to take a two-shot lead Thursday in the opening round of The Players Championship.
The NCAA Division I women’s regionals got underway Thursday at three sites across the country. Here are the results from Day 1.
In his first Players Championship, Jordan Spieth didn't succumb to Sawgrass' Pete Dye-created pressure.
One year after his Players experience was marked by controversy, Sergio Garcia is content.
After another mini-slump, Lee Westwood is back in contention at the Players. Just don't call him cured.
While many of the game’s best got off to a quick start Thursday, Phil Mickelson went in the opposite direction.
Ernie Els is looking to battle through the illusions architect Pete Dye created at TPC Sawgrass. He is also looking to turn back the clock with a short putter, using a stroke that worked in his youth.
A hot start and a torrid finish were enough to propel Russell Henley to a 7-under 65 Thursday, leaving him two shots off the lead at The Players Championship.