Jason Day is running away with The Players Championship. Can his playing partner (Jordan Spieth) or anyone catch up to him on Friday?
It's a clean breakaway by Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy on the odds sheet heading into the weekend at the Masters.
Were you working during the Masters on Friday? Just want a recap of the best players and shots of the day? It's all right here in the Masters 2016 leaderboard with breakdowns and highlights.
Sergio Garcia, Jordan Spieth and Justin Rose stood out on the first day. And scoring was really, really tough on a windy, dried-out Thursday at the Masters.
Rory McIlroy shot a pretty good 70, considering the conditions, on Thursday at the Masters. The big question, though, is whether he can catch Jordan Spieth.
Jordan Spieth outplayed his two partners in the first round of the Cadillac Championship on Thursday. Those two players also happen to be ranked No. 2 and No. 3 in the world.
The Phoenix Open is a place where Bubba Watson has made a lot of money. He's not a fan of it.
Jason Day is probably going to become the No. 1 player in the world on Sunday at Conway Farms.
Davis Love III shot a final round 64 to become the third oldest winner in PGA Tour history at age 51.
Jordan Spieth gave everyone what they came for on Saturday afternoon at the 2015 PGA Championship with a 65. History is on the brink for the young gun.

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