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Golf Equipment
Coming to Grips With Anchoring

The USGA and R&A's proposed ban affecting play with long and belly putters draws immediate praise and fire. Question is: What's next?

Kraft Nabisco Championship
Lewis Closes Strong

Stacy Lewis shot a final-round 69 to defeat Yani Tseng by three shots in the year's first major

Week in Review
Monday Qualifier

Aaron Baddeley's win revives the Stack and Tilt discussion

Northern Trust Open
Baddeley Back In Winner's Circle

Aaron Baddeley shot a final-round 69 to win by two shots over Vijay Singh

Week in Review
Monday Qualifier

Even with Tiger Woods a non-factor, Torrey Pines produced a riveting finish

Farmers Insurance Open
Watson Wins By One

Bubba Watson fired a closing 67 to win by one shot over Phil Mickelson, while Tiger Woods shot over par for a second straight day

Week in Review
Monday Qualifier

John Strege on big wins by Jhonattan Vegas and Martin Kaymer, Matt Kuchar's steady run, and yet another rules fiasco

Latest News
Burke, Douglas and Stricker Honored

Jack Burke Jr., Barbara Douglas and Steve Stricker have been honored by the Golf Writers Association of America

Latest News
G-Mac Picks Up More Hardware

U.S. Open champion and Ryder Cup hero Graeme McDowell was voted player of the year by the Golf Writers Association of America

Latest News
Woods Named Story Of The Year

The Tiger Woods saga was voted sports story of the year by the Associated Press

Latest News
Williams Is Still Woods' Man

Despite a rough 2010 campaign, Steve Williams says he plans on remaining Tiger Woods' caddie for a long time

Chevron World Challenge
McDowell Stuns Woods

Graeme McDowell birdied the first playoff hole to complete a comeback win over Tiger Woods at Sherwood

Back For More?

Although she stepped away from the LPGA earlier this season, Lorena Ochoa says she's not done competing

U.S. Open
Genuine Article

Ryo Ishikawa may have faded on Saturday, but he'll be back

U.S. Open
Survival Of The Fittest

Typical of a U.S. Open, Graeme McDowell prevails by imploding the least

U.S. Open
Harder Than It Looks

Phil Mickelson jumped into contention with a second-round 66, and made it look effortless in the process

Main Attraction

Recent inconsistency and some potential added motivation make Tiger Woods the most interesting story in sports when he tees it up this week at the AT&T National

U.S. Open
Johnson Surges In Front

Dustin Johnson matched Tiger Woods' 66 and leads Graeme McDowell by three shots heading into Sunday

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