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A whirlwind 24 hours took Martin Laird from a Texas Open win to Augusta National Golf Club.
No other tournament has brought Tim Clark an equal measure of big payoffs and big problems like the Sony Open.
Scottish golfer Martin Laird has withdrawn from this week's French Open due to the death of his grandfather.
The only complaint about Matt Kuchar was not winning enough. He picked up a big one Sunday at The Players Championship.
After breaking 70 for the first time in seven weeks, Tiger Woods headed to the back of the practice range at the TPC Sawgrass to fine-tune his swing. That was much better than going to the clubhouse to clean out his locker.
The TPC Sawgrass would seem to be the last golf course where a player can relax.
Like Freddie Couples, Tom Watson knows all about turning back the clock.
Rory McIlroy and Lee Westwood set up a high-stakes showdown in the semifinals of the Match Play Championship.
Brandt Snedeker took advantage of Kyle Stanley's late meltdown _ again.
Mention the best American golfers and Steve Stricker is on everyone's list, just as he was 15 years ago.
Steve Stricker kicked off the new PGA Tour season Monday with a victory in the Tournament of Champions, though he didn't make it easy on himself.
Steve Stricker never looked comfortable at Kapalua until he walked off the Plantation Course with the same five-shot margin that he started with Sunday in the Tournament of Champions.
In the last two years of the FedEx Cup playoffs, a runner-up finish for Martin Laird at The Barclays and for Chez Reavie at the Deutsche Bank Championship was enough for them to lock up a spot in the Tour Championship _ and three of the majors _ after what had been ordinary seasons.
Laird, who is making his third Masters appearance, said getting into the Masters so late might take some pressure of him.
"It was one of those ones that I had an absolutely perfect number for a 4-iron," Laird said. "It's one of those ones that you almost wish that you don't, and you play a little safer. I hit three or four great iron shots in a row right at the flag and kind of got a little greedy there and tried to fade one in the wind. So that was the first mental mistake I've made all week. If you do that on your 16th hole in the second round, you're doing pretty well."