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Tiger rusty during practice round (2:28)

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Previewing the Players Championship (2:09)
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Stanford duo off to winning start at U.S. Four-Ball

Stanford teammates Maverick McNealy and Viraat Badhwar kept up their momentum from qualifying with a 6-and-4 victory to easily advance out of the first round of the inaugural U.S Amateur Four-Bal

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McIlroy: 'I played well at the right times' (1:35)

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Willett's finish pays big dividends (2:11)
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Remembering Calvin Peete (1:00)
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Bradley, Jimenez spar during match play round

A heated argument over a ruling between Keegan Bradley and Miguel Angel Jimenez marred the end of their match Friday afternoon at Harding Park, an almost unheard of occurrence in golf.

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Sobel: Five ways to fix the 'new' WGC-Match Play

The latest iteration of the WGC-Match Play isn't even a week old, but Jason Sobel offers a few ways to jazz things up and make it even better for next year.

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U.S. Open champ Campbell quits golf to teach

Former U.S. Open champion Michael Campbell says he has lost the motivation to play top-level golf and is quitting to concentrate on teaching.

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USA Golf announces 4-person Pan Am squad

Kristen Gillman, Beau Hosler, Andrea Lee and Lee McCoy comprise Team USA for the upcoming Pan Am Games, the USA Golf Federation announced Thursday.

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New Tiger at Players Championship

Tiger Woods rarely offers up extraneous information, but ESPN's Jason Sobel sees a totally different Tiger now: "He’s not only responding to a question about his breakup, he’s offering up his unsolicited feelings on the nine-year anniversary of his father’s death." Tiger opens up

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Spieth looking for more history

After becoming the second-youngest winner in Masters history last month, Jordan Spieth could become the youngest in the history of The Players with a win this weekend.

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Tiger: Breakup, dad's memory 'tough'

Woods, citing the 9-year anniversary of his dad's death and his recent breakup with Lindsey Vonn, had a hard week, but says: "Once you're inside the ropes, it's time to tee it up and time to play. ... I get into my little world." Hasn't slept in 3 days

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Tiger is rusty, but ready for the Players

ESPN's Jason Sobel said just look to Tiger Woods to know how important this week is: "It is a very big tournament, and I think that's proof of it that Tiger is out here, during a non-major week, early on a Tuesday morning."

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$10M on the line at the Players

While the tournament isn't officially a major, the Players Championship will hand out the largest purse on the PGA Tour this season

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NCAA names JD Collins, from Mid-American/Summit League, as new coordinator of officials, replacing John Adams.

Woods' wrist feeling better

Tiger Woods said he didn't do anything for a week after injuring his wrist at the Masters: "I didn't lift. I just did leg stuff. I didn't do anything with my hand. ... It was the front of the wrist. It was a joint that slipped out and I put it back in."

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J.D. Collins will replace John Adams as national coordinator of basketball officiating. Collins has been coordinator for the MAC and Summit.

Tiger Woods news conference

Prior to teeing off Thursday at the Players Championship in Florida, Woods will speak with the media, coming up live on SportsCenter. Live on ESPN, Watch ESPN

Health key to Tiger's return

On if he can win this week: "I'm finally healthy enough to do it. ... Everything is a full go."

On how he can win: "Making my way up from where I'm at is just going to take consistency."

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Woods' season so far

While Tiger Woods (79) sits 3 wins behind Sam Snead for the most all-time, this season hasn't gone as well as previous seasons for Woods. His four starts have resulted in two T-17s, a missed cut and a withdrawn.

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