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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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At the 17th, where caddies have a closest to pin contest... Joe LaCava, Tiger's caddie, handled the pressure -- knocked it on, 37'

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Tiger played 9 holes at TPC Sawgrass with Jason Day. Still a bit scratchy with long game but better than Tues and short game solid

Money motivation on PGA Tour

Since Tiger Woods' 1996 rookie season, total purse money has gone from $68.8M to $317M, ESPN's Jason Sobel writes. PGA Tour golf Pat Perez: “Anyone who says they're not playing for money is a liar.” Playing for cash

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Curry makes backup plans for June

NBA MVP Stephen Curry signed up for the June 1 qualifier for the California State Amateur golf championship in Merced, California. But don't fret, NBA fans -- he can withdraw if Golden State advances to the NBA Finals, scheduled to start June 4.

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Busy upcoming stretch for Tiger

After taking more than two months off between his last two events, Woods is scheduled to play in five events in the next two months.