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Tiger Woods said the death of Nelson Mandela was "a sad day for many people," especially those who had the chance to meet him.
Tiger Woods believes it's harder than ever to win on the PGA Tour because of the increasing depth of talent of the players.
Drew Weaver remembers the day he realized this year would test him like no other.
Dustin Johnson is starting to compile the kind of numbers that are difficult to ignore.
Joost Luiten was first alternate at the British Open, and he wasn't very happy when Peter Hanson played only five holes before he withdrew with a bad back. Hanson knew he couldn't finish the tournament. He felt he had to tee off so it would count as a start toward the minimum 15 required to remain a PGA Tour member.
The British Open is moving away from 36-hole qualifying, instead using 10 tour events from five continents to determine 32 spots in the field.
Lee Chang-woo of South Korea won the Asia-Pacific Amateur by three shots Sunday to earn a trip to the Masters in April.
Lee Chang-woo of South Korea is one round away from playing in the Masters.
Shohei Hasegawa of Japan and Lee Chang-woo of South Korea battled 25 mph gusts and temperatures in the mid-50s to share the lead going into the final two rounds of the Asia-Pacific Amateur.