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Latest Steve Marino Items
Lee Westwood made a big move, uprooting his wife and two children from England to relocate in south Florida. The easy part was sitting down with the family to discuss it.
The winners of the past three tournaments at Congressional have had final scores of 16 under, 13 under and 12 under, but don't expect to see scores that low in this week's AT&T National.
The PGA Tour was going to send its postseason awards ballot to the players on Tuesday until realizing the World Golf Championship in Shanghai counts as official if a PGA Tour member wins.
Charles Howell III needs a passport to pack with his putter.
Rickie Fowler's ordinary season came to life Saturday in the AT&T National.
With everything riding on the final hole, Phil Mickelson found a gap in the trees and hooked a wedge that caught the left-to-right wind, hopped along a ridge on the green and rolled to 15 feet away from an impossible pin.
Sergio Garcia changed his mind about U.S. Open qualifying and it paid off Monday when he earned a spot at Congressional by surviving a seven-man playoff.
Martin Laird of Scotland went from shocking collapse to unlikely champion Sunday at Bay Hill.