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5hBob Harig

Harig: Woods nowhere near a return to golf

Barely able to walk after three back procedures, Tiger Woods isn't focused on golf right now. His first priority is his quality of life.

7hMichael Collins

2015 Holiday Gift Guide: gifts for golfers

This year the golf bag is full of cool and practical things you'll love to give or receive. And if you're lucky enough to receive any of these, what you give next year had better be great.

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Jones edges Spieth, Scott to win Australian Open

Matt Jones overcame a bogey, double-bogey and triple-bogey on the front nine Sunday to escape with a one-stroke victory at the Australian Open after shooting a 2-over 73.

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Diana Murphy nominated as USGA president

Diana Murphy, who's in her fifth year on the USGA executive committee, has been nominated to a one-year term as U.S. Golf Association president.

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7dJason Sobel

Sobel: Rankings evolve, shape pro golf

Whether you understand the Official World Golf Rankings or could care less about the mathematical permutations, the importance of the formula dictates much in the pro game -- and perplexes many.

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Royal Sydney to host Australian Open in '16

Royal Sydney Golf Club, which last hosted the Australian Open in 2013, will again host the tournament in 2016, the 15th time the Rose Bay venue has hosted the country's national championship.

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Spieth to approach Rio Games as 'fifth major'

Jordan Spieth expressed enthusiasm about playing for a gold medal at next year's Rio Olympics. Adam Scott, on the other hand, said he'll only play if it fits in his schedule.

Spieth: 2014 win was catalyst for fantastic year (1:40)
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8dJason Sobel

Don't bet on it: Tour bans pros from daily fantasy

As part of a newly instituted policy that was communicated to its membership weeks ago, the PGA Tour is prohibiting players from competing in golf-related daily fantasy sports contests.

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The good, the bad and the ugly in '15

With the 2015 LPGA Tour season now in the books, ESPN Golf analyst Dottie Pepper weighs in on the youth movement (good), lack of American victories (bad) and the Olympic format (ugly.)

Ko excited to be named LPGA Player of the Year (2:27)
11dMichael Collins

#AskESPNCaddie: LPGA vs. PGA and fans vs. pros

What's a better tour to cover: the LPGA or the PGA? And who is professional golf really for, the players or fans? Michael Collins answers these questions and more in this week's #AskESPNCaddie.

McIlroy delighted with Race to Dubai victory (1:24)
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Kisner nabs 1st PGA Tour victory in RSM Classic

Kevin Kisner breezed home with a 6-under 64 on Sunday to win the RSM Classic by 6 shots over Kevin Chappell and shatter the tournament record in the process.

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Casey rules himself out of 2016 Ryder Cup

England's Paul Casey has opted not to rejoin the European Tour for next season, meaning he will be ineligible for the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine.

Completed golf course handed to Olympic Games organisers (2:23)


Tiger: No timetable for return

Tiger Woods, talking ahead of this week's Hero World Challenge, which he's hosting, isn't sure when he will make his return to competitive golf after back surgery: "Literally taking it day by day and week by week."

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Luke Donald @LukeDonald

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Tiger paints bleak picture of future

Bob Harig explains Tiger Woods' pessimistic view of his immediate future: "He's not been able to do any rehab. ... He's basically just walking."


Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Tiger Woods reports that there's no timetable for his return, he hasn't started rehab and he's getting good at video games. So there's that.

Bob Harig @BobHarig

Tiger T10 in Greensboro. 3 weeks later, surgery. Said he was suprised because it was his hip that had been bothering him, not back

Bob Harig @BobHarig

Posed with a question about never winning again, Tiger said anything beyond this in golf "is gravy.''

Bob Harig @BobHarig

Tiger has always been positive through all his injuries, but hardly sounded that way today in the Bahamas. Who knows when he will play again