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Latest Webb Simpson Items
KAPALUA, Hawaii (AP) — Jordan Spieth thought the Plantation Course was a blast to play when he arrived at Kapalua. He had even more fun Friday.
The true media star of the first day of the Presidents Cup wasn't Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson or Adam Scott.
International team captain Nick Price selected Brendon de Jonge of Zimbabwe and Marc Leishman of Australia. Neither has played in the Presidents Cup. He passed over Tim Clark of South Africa.
Jordan Spieth started the season without status on any tour. He ends it by going to the Presidents Cup.
Steve Stricker and Zach Johnson delivered clutch performances in different ways Monday to earn their spots on the U.S. team for the Presidents Cup.
Matt Kuchar made the most of his short day at The Barclays.
Webb Simpson felt the true weight this week of winning a U.S. Open championship.
Let's see if we get this straight.
The putt was meaningless because it was the final hole of a pro-am in what amounts to an 18-man exhibition at the end of the year, even though ranking points are available at the World Challenge. But it was hard not to look at the end of the putter pressed into the belly of Keegan Bradley.