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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - The Pga Tour
The Quicken Loans National, which has been played two weeks before the U.S. Open since 2009, will be played two weeks after the British Open next year when it shifts to the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Virginia.
Consecutive weekends qualifying for a tournament on a sponsor's exemption will not make Oliver Goss, who turned professional just two weeks ago, a household name. Rounds like the one he had Friday at the Quicken Loans National, however, could go a long way in defining the accomplished former amateur's career.
As the tournament begins again Thursday, never in its seven-year history has a player seeking his first PGA Tour win hoisted the signature U.S. Capitol trophy.
Mother knows best. It's true in golf, too.
PGA Tour rookie Brice Garnett grew up in a small Missouri town where his home course is a nine-hole layout.
Joe Durant knows his future is on the Champions Tour. That doesn't stop him from wanting to play on the PGA Tour.
Brendon Todd was overcome by excitement and relief walking toward the 18th green for the final putts in his first PGA Tour victory.
The agent for Martin Kaymer took the notebook and pen and wrote down the name of Kaymer's coach. It's not that Gunter Kessler is tricky to spell. It's just not a name that gets mentioned often.
The PGA Tour rescinded the two-shot penalty given to Justin Rose before his final round Sunday in The Players Championship, changing its mind to say sophisticated TV technology was the only way to determine the violation.
Jim Furyk has had a chance to win the last two weeks - both times from the locker room.
Phil Mickelson can't seem to see the shots. He can't picture his putts going into the hole. And for the second big tournament this year, the only thing he will see of the final two rounds will be on television.
Imagine the odds that could have been offered on this at the start of the year. Going into the second weekend in May, Michelle Wie has made more money on her tour than Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson combined have made on theirs.
If J.B. Holmes ever needs a reminder of just how far he's come, he only has to look in his closet.
Rory McIlroy is getting a little bored with "back-door" top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour.
More than two years after going through brain surgery, J.B. Holmes is a winner again on the PGA Tour.