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Next time you think you've had a bad day on the course, remember it could be worse, you could be Jacques Kruyswijk.
From Rich Beem's kind gesture for Ian Poulter to Tiger Woods' update on his recovery from back surgery, here are the Quotes of the Week.
Lydia Ko, 18, became the youngest player to reach 10 LPGA wins. Oh, and she returned to No. 1 in the world.
From playing under the lights in Hong Kong to spreading the golf gospel in Mexico, enjoy this edition of Top Photos of the Week.
Here's what You Oughta Know heading into the final round in Las Vegas, where Jimmy Walker looks to erase a two-shot deficit for his sixth victory in the last two years.
After a playoff loss last week at the Frys.com Open, Kevin Na is again in contention on the course where he recorded his first PGA Tour win back in 2011.
Alex Cejka made an ace at the 196-yard par-3 17th Saturday at TPC Summerlin.
Rickie Fowler arrived at the 303-yard par-4 15th on Saturday and stuffed his tee shot to just 4 feet.
Brett Stegmaier holds a one-shot lead in Las Vegas, where second-round play was suspended because of darkness.
Rickie Fowler was in danger of missing the cut at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, but a back-nine 30 secured his tee time this weekend in Las Vegas.
A recent study from Forbes deemed that Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are the most valuable individual athlete brands in all of sports.
After getting married last week in Georgia, Patton Kizzire is making the most of his first start as a PGA Tour rookie and is in the mix at the halfway point in Las Vegas.
Ryan Palmer is in contention at the halfway point in Las Vegas after adding this event in honor of his late father, Butch, who worked with the Shriners for nearly three decades.
On the ramifications of Rich Beem's gift to Ian Poulter, the Long Drive Championship and Tiger's latest health update.
Justin Rose leads by a shot in Hong Kong, but Ian Poulter sits just two shots off the pace despite a whirlwind week of travel.