Mathew Goggin

  • Adams speedline: Tom Watson used this driver during the British Open at Turnberry's Ailsa course.
    July 20, 2009

    Turnberry and 2-irons

    With accuracy at a premium, the forgotten club makes its return and plays a pivotal role at the British Open
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  • Tom Watson came up just short in his attempt to win a sixth British Open title at the age of 59.
    July 18, 2009

    Dream Derailed

    Tom Watson's storybook run inspired four days of cheers at Turnberry. When he lost in a playoff, he was hardly the only one fighting back tears
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  • Tom Watson holds a one-shot lead heading into the final round.
    July 17, 2009

    History Lesson

    At 59, Tom Watson might be 18 holes from an improbable major championship
  • Watney had a bogey-free back nine with three birdies over the last six holes.
    February 7, 2009

    Watney Rolls Over Rollins For Win

    Nick Watney completed a five-stroke rally with a birdie 18 that gave him the win when John Rollins failed to get up and down from the bunker for his birdie
  • Rollins had a shaky back nine, taking three bogeys over the last seven holes.
    February 6, 2009

    Rollins Keeps On Rolling

    When Camilo Villegas began to fade, John Rollins applied the heat, firing a two-under 70, setting himself up for the final round with a three-stroke lead
  • At the halfway point, Villegas is T-1 in sand saves and T-3 in putting.
    February 5, 2009

    Villegas Hangs On To Lead

    Battling the wind, cold and rain, Camilo Villegas shot a two-under 70 on the South Course and leads John Rollins by one after 36 holes
  • Clark had all but written off his chances of winning until David Smail collapsed with two double bogeys on the back nine.
    December 13, 2008

    Clark Beats Goggin In Playoff

    Tim Clark shot a five-under 67 to tie Mathew Goggin and then got up and down from the bunker on the first hole of the playoff to win when Goggin bogeyed
  • If Smail wins he will be the first winner from outside Australia in 11 years.
    December 12, 2008

    Smail Leads By One, Daly Misses Cut

    David Smail's third-round 70 gave him a 54-hole 11-under 265 total a one-stroke lead. John Daly missed his third consecutive cut during his latest trip down under
  • Dartnell shot a 10-under 62 in Monday qualifying to get in this tournament.
    December 11, 2008

    Rain Halts Play Down Under

    Stephen Dartnell paired his opening-round 65 with a 68 on day 2 to take a two-stroke clubhouse lead when the weather halted play for the day
  • Daly (left) walks away from a spectator after smashing his camera. Goggin's six birdies on the front side led his charge.
    December 10, 2008

    Three Tied, Daly Makes A Scene

    Dartnall, Porter and Goggin lead with course record tying 65s, Daly shoots 78 and smashes spectator's camera
  • Before the Frys.com Open, Beckman was 176th on the money list and expecting a trip to Q-school if he wanted to play in 2009.
    October 25, 2008

    Beckman Gets Playoff Victory

    Cameron Beckman charged down the back nine with five birdies before grabbing the playoff win over Kevin Sutherland and saying adios to a trip to Q-school
  • Seven birdies and no bogeys have Sutherland in position to grab his second PGA Tour title.
    October 24, 2008

    Sutherland Closes In On Victory

    Playing mistake-free golf and looking to grab a win, Kevin Sutherland fired a seven-under 63 and leads George McNeil by one with 18 to go
  • Oberholser thinks the layoff after two wrist surgeries in nine months has helped him work on his game and get a fresh start.
    October 23, 2008

    Oberholser's Home Field Advantage

    Aaron Oberholser took the 36-hole lead with an 11-under 129 total after firing a six-under 64 on Friday. He leads Steve Allan by one
  • Vijay, who has had a suspect putter much of the year, didn't have much trouble on the greens Sunday.
    August 23, 2008

    Round One: The Big Fijian

    In a dramatic playoff marked by matching-birdie putts on the first hole, Vijay Singh defeated Sergio Garcia to win the opening leg of the FedEx playoffs
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