- Holmes up at Doral; Rory 11 behind | Harig
- Rookie Hubbard has early lead in Puerto Rico
- Ciganda joins Park atop HSBC field | Scores
- New-look Scott set for 2015 debut at Doral
- Arnie hurt but vows to be on Masters' first tee
- Phelan, Ford share Africa Open lead | Scores
- Ryder captain Love to assist at Presidents
- Royal St. George's to allow female members
- For seven, Doral win could mean No. 2 rank
- British Masters returns to European Tour slate
- Harrington wins Honda Classic playoff | Harig
- Olsen retracts Tiger claim, calling it 'opinion'
- Sullivan wins Joburg Open with 66 | Scores
- Yang passes Lewis, wins in Thailand | Scores
GOLF PHOTO GALLERIES
Stacy Lewis of the United States hits a shot off the fairway on the third hole during the second round of the HSBC Women's ...(AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)
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Tiger Woods might do best to pick up tips, not from swing coaches, but from other pros who have had back problems.
Tiger's Inner Battle
Tiger Woods' most dangerous foe right now? That would be Tiger Woods.
|1||Jimmy Walker (USA)||10||$2,281,349|
|2||Bubba Watson (USA)||6||$2,140,950|
|3||Jason Day (AUS)||6||$1,816,178|
|4||Sang-Moon Bae (KOR)||10||$1,792,257|
|5||Brandt Snedeker (USA)||9||$1,756,913|
|6||Robert Streb (USA)||11||$1,743,267|
|7||Charley Hoffman (USA)||10||$1,621,207|
|8||Hideki Matsuyama (JPN)||11||$1,613,905|
|10||Patrick Reed (USA)||9||$1,566,033|
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World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship - FIRST ROUND COMPLETE
Trump National Doral, Miami, FL - 3/5/2015
- Par: 36-36--72 Yards: 7,528 Purse: $9,250,000
- Def. Champ: Patrick Reed - USA, 284 (4-under)