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December 17, 2012

Tiger, after winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational, his first PGA Tour victory since the BMW Championship in 2009.

Golf Channel's Jerry Foltz, when I.K. Kim's one-foot putt to win the Kraft Nabisco Championship spun out of the hole. She then lost in a playoff to Sun Young Yoo.

Even Tiger Woods was impressed with Watson's shot from the trees that enabled him to win the Masters.

Viewer John Bryson cleverly combined Jim Furyk's plodding pace in the final round of the U.S. Open and his endorsement of 5-Hour Energy to explain his Open collapse late on Sunday.

Los Angeles Clippers star Chris Paul acknowledging the Open victory by a fellow Wake Forest Demon Deacon.

A nice gesture from Paula Creamer, who was among those caught up in the mania surrounding 17-year-old Beau Hossler, the U.S. Open leader for a time during the second round and a contender into the final round.

Rory McIlroy, recalling how he let the Masters slip away from him on the back nine in 2011 and commiserating with Scott.

Hank Haney on Els' graciousness after Scott handed him a victory at the British Open.

Paul Azinger, juxtaposing the ease with which McIlroy was winning the PGA Championship (he won by eight) and Woods' futile attempt to keep pace.

The LPGA's Sophie Gustafson, on Lydia Ko at 15 becoming the youngest winner in the history of the LPGA with her victory in the CN Canadian Women's Open.

Davis Love III was widely criticized for benching the unbeaten team of Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley on Saturday afternoon at the Ryder Cup.

McIlroy on the European Tour's remarkable comeback victory in the Ryder Cup.

McIlroy on the USGA announcement that it intended to impose a putter anchoring ban.

Some friendly banter between Keegan Bradley and Rory McIlroy, members of the U.S. and European Ryder Cup teams, respectively, before the imminent announcement of the naming of the U.S. captain for 2014.

Dustin Johnson, giving his approval to a Captain Tom Watson.

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