Tiger Woods had a chance to grab hold of the Tour Championship on Friday at East Lake, but a late-round double bogey marred an otherwise excellent round. Even with the blemish, Woods finished strong with a birdie at the 18th hole to post a second-round 68, good enough to be tied for the lead with
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Perhaps you’ve already heard the backstory of Valentino Dixon’s artwork. That the man who spent 27 unjust years behind bars, exonerated this week, got into the game when golfing Attica warden James Conway brought in a photograph of Augusta National’s 12th hole for the inmate to render as a favor. Remarkably, the peace and possibility
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ATLANTA—Rory McIlroy wasn’t haven’t it. He understood the question, or perhaps more importantly, why it was asked. But he shut it done immediately. The question being, “These next two weeks, could they really change the complexion of your season?” “Not really,” McIlroy replied. “I’m playing well. It’s not always about the results, it’s about the
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It’s fairly common for golfers to limit their use of fairway woods to second shots on par 5s and tee shots on long par 3s. They might use them only a few times a round. That’s a shame, because fairway woods are useful in many situations. They’re designed to be forgiving on mis-hits; they make
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