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Robert Garrigus didn't see any reason to stick around for the finish.
Hunter Mahan is playing five straight tournaments to start the season, a West Coast swing that includes a 17,000-mile detour to the Middle East.
Rickie Fowler is impossible to miss on the golf course.
Steve Stricker liked the shape of his 6-iron on the par-3 eighth hole at Muirfield Village, a slight draw against a left-to-right wind with the ball headed toward the flag.
A later Super Bowl could mean moving the Phoenix Open to President's Day weekend.
Police in central Alabama say an officer shot and wounded a man who attacked a judge and tried to grab a gun from a spectator in a municipal courtroom.
An enormous winter storm left Midwesterners shivering in its frozen footprint and crushed snow-laden buildings in the Northeast, where a combination of ice, snow and rain pushed much of the winter-cursed region to its breaking point.
The little patch of ice on the sidewalk outside the front entrance at the Phoenix Open was easy to step over. There was no way to miss the frigid temperatures and biting wind.
One of the more compelling images from Torrey Pines apparently won't be forgotten anytime soon.