The U.S. beat the International squad convincingly in golf’s “other” biennial team matches, the 19-15 final score only partly indicative of America’s dominance. Paced by a resurgent Jim Furyk, the U.S. led from the opening […]Continue Reading →
Three out of four ain’t bad.
Then again, three solid rounds weren’t enough to earn Tiger Woods a victory at the Australian Open. Leading through two rounds, Woods stumbled to a 75 on Saturday, opening the door for Aussie Greg Chalmers to claim the title. Woods roared back into contention with a Sunday 67, but […]Continue Reading →
Bill Haas kept giving way the Tour Championship, and he kept clawing back. In the end, an improbable up-and-down from a water hazard propelled Haas to a playoff victory – and the title of 2011 FedEx Cup champion.
Oh, plus a pair of checks worth a combined $11.44 million, not to mention a likely spot […]Continue Reading →
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