Nicholas Thompson

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  • Byrd's ace came with such little light, he couldn't see the ball go in the hole.
    Shriners Hospitals Open
    October 24, 2010

    Byrd Wins With Ace

    Jonathan Byrd ended a three-man playoff with an ace on the fourth extra hole.
  • After his performance in Canada, Carl Pettersson is a stud in our book.
    Greenbrier Classic
    July 25, 2010

    Fantasy Fix

    Through the use of statistics, trends, course-matchups and sometimes a magic eight ball, we will do our best to help you set your fantasy golf lineup
  • Matteson's clutch approach shot on the second playoff hole helped negate two late bogeys.
    October 24, 2009

    Matteson Holds On

    After bogeying the final two holes of regulation, Troy Matteson birdied the second playoff hole to beat Jamie Lovemark and Rick Fowler
  • Matteson is an incredible 18-under par over his last two rounds.
    October 23, 2009

    Historic Hot Streak For Matteson

    Troy Matteson shot a second straight 61 to set a PGA Tour record and grab a three-stroke lead heading into the final round
  • Kuchar picked up his second career win on the PGA Tour.
    October 4, 2009

    Kuchar Wins In Playoff

    In a six-hole, sudden-death playoff that stretched over two days, Matt Kuchar defeated Vaughn Taylor
  • Kuchar's three final-round bogeys let Taylor move up the leader board and force a playoff.
    October 3, 2009

    Darkness Halts Playoff

    Two holes into a sudden-death playoff and still tied, Matt Kuchar and Vaughn Taylor were forced to halt play which will resume at 8:30 Monday morning
  • Kuchar, who is not long off the tee, has made up the gap with driving accuracy of 76%
    October 2, 2009

    Kuchar Shares Lead With Piercy

    Matt Kuchar fired a second-round five-under 67 to tie Scott Piercy and grab a piece of a one-stroke lead with 18 holes left to play
  • Taylor has made just one bogey through 36 holes.
    October 1, 2009

    Taylor Takes Lead

    Vaughn Taylor, ranked 131st on the PGA Tour money list, leads by one shot through two rounds after a second straight 67
  • After making only four cuts in 17 events this year, Olson went 33-33 with seven birdies and a bogey
    September 30, 2009

    Rookie Olson Gets A Chance To Win

    Leif Olson, who earned his 2009 card at Q-school, fired an opening-round six-under 66 and shares a one-stroke lead with Tim Petrovic
  • Reavie, 5'9" and not a long hitter, relied on finesse and accuarcy rather than power.
    July 26, 2008

    Small Unit Wins Big

    Rookie Chez Reavie, won big capturing his first PGA Tour title, a two-year exemption and a trip to Augusta next spring
  • With nine birdies and one eagle in 21 holes, Kim was nearly perfect Saturday.
    July 24, 2008

    Anthony Kim Is On Fire

    Anthony Kim, looking for his third win of 2008, fired a seven-under 64 and shares the 54 hole lead with Chez Reavie
  • Reavie's 13-under 129 total for 36 holes matched the tournament record.
    July 24, 2008

    Rookie Chez Reavie Leads

    With half the field unable to finish because of darkness, Chez Reavie fired a seven-under 64 to go along with his first-round 65. He has a two-stroke lead over Eric Axley
  • It's been 54 years since the Canadian Open was won by a Canadian. Mike Weir would like to change that.
    July 23, 2008

    Weir Shares Canadian Lead

    With 78 players on the course, play was suspended due to darkness. Mike Weir shares the lead with Anthony Kim and Eric Axley
  • Bombers such as J.B. Holmes can keep their grooves for 2009.
    April 29, 2008

    Groove Rule Slowed?

    USGA mum on proposal; sources say no tour changes likely for next year
  • Verizon champ Boo Weekley is one of many PGA pros using a hybrid.
    April 22, 2008

    A New Way To Go Low

    Player comfort with adding hybrids -- especially more lofted ones -- grows on the pro tours
  • After a shaky start, birdies on 10, 11 and 12 got Austin a piece of the lead.
    March 28, 2008

    One More Time

    Woody Austin and three others stood atop the leaderboard at eight-under par when weather forced cancellation of the day's play at the Zurich Classic
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