PGA and LPGA having Classic Golf Time The term “classic” can be used to describe something that is very old and revered, or it could mean something terribly unusual, perhaps something utterly out of the ordinary, and finally, something that is just truly excellent. It can also mean “typical,” but nothing of that sort is …
Golf Not such a Relaxing Game The next time someone invites you out for a nice, relaxed game of golf, don’t be fooled. It may be relaxing for your mind, depending on how competitive you are at the core, but for the body, it might be a different story. If you’re a weekender, you might …
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- Alex Noren, Webb Simpson weather wind, share Honda Classic leadPALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Jack Nicklaus called it on Tuesday night. “It’s going to be a handful this week with a dry golf course,” (...)
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- Tiger back 7 but 'overall' pleased at HondaTiger Woods is seven strokes off the lead and optimistic about his play entering the final round of the Honda Classic.
- Boutier leads at Australian Ladies ClassicFrench golfer Celine Boutier will take a five-shot lead into the final round of the Australian Ladies Classic after a masterful performance in challenging conditions at Coffs Harbour.
- Korda maintains 4-shot lead at LPGA ThailandJessica Korda maintained her four-stroke advantage at the LPGA Thailand after making five birdies on the back nine for a 4-under 68.