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Paula Creamer nailed the same putt twice in a span of 12 months at the HSBC Women's Championship. Only one counted, but both were incredible.
Adam Sandler and Bob Barker look back on their days making Happy Gilmore and share a few more laughs (and punches).
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The Ryder Cup fervor from 2014 still hasn't died down, and Ted Bishop has put pen to paper to describe what exactly Phil Mickelson is doing.
John Daly and Padraig Harrington probably don't have a lot in common. Now they share one very specific distinction involving a putter.
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For the first time in over two years, the top 50 golfers in the world will all play in the same tournament.
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March 5, 2015
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