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After a busy spring, Guan Tianlang will take a break from professional golf and not try to make it into next month’s U.S. Open.
Golf’s governing bodies surprised no one when they announced Tuesday that they would enact a ban on the anchored putting stroke starting in 2016.
Tiger Woods makes no secret of his antipathy for anchoring and hopes the PGA Tour will adopt a ban on the putting stroke as soon as golf’s governing bodies say they’ll outlaw it.
Nicolas Colsaerts needed a different sort of relief when he hit a tee shot during the recent Volvo World Match Play Championship into a hazard behind a rest room.
Guan Tianlang will play in his fourth PGA Tour event of the season when he tees it up at The Memorial.
With Rory McIlroy reportedly about to fire his agent and start his own firm, stablemate and countryman Graeme McDowell comes to the defense of Horizon Sports Management.
Tiger Woods, like any golfer, could use a rules tutorial from now and then, according to Dottie Pepper, who will resume her TV broadcast work with ESPN at the U.S. Open.
Keegan Bradley comes one putt short of shooting the magical 59, but his course-record 60 matched Sam Snead for lowest round at the Byron Nelson Championship.
Arnold Palmer admits he would have handled Tiger's Masters ball-drop controversy differently.
Sorry, boys, but with Dustin Johnson on the sidelines with a bad back, there’ll be no Paulina Gretzky sightings at the Byron Nelson this week.
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