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Tiger Woods helps Masters champion Dustin Johnson with his green jacket after his victory at the Masters golf tournament Sunday, Nov. 15, 2020, in Augusta, Ga. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Green jacket fits as well in November as in April

- Associated Press

Johnson obliterated an Augusta National course with the nonchalance of a player who could have been at the local muni for a Sunday game with his buddies. And he did it without the usual stress of an April Sunday, when the roars echo through the tall pines and players suddenly become very nervous about more than just the slippery greens.

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Stewart Cink follows his shot from the first tee box during the second round of the Sony Open golf tournament Friday, Jan. 15, 2021, at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu. (AP Photo/Jamm Aquino)

Nick Taylor gets a break and a birdie and leads Sony Open

- Associated Press

Nick Taylor pitched in for eagle to get his round headed in the right direction, and he kept going until he finished with a good break and one last birdie for an 8-under 62 and a two-shot lead Friday in the Sony Open.

World Golf Championship moving from Mexico to Florida

- Associated Press

The World Golf Championship is moving from Mexico City to the Gulf Coast of Florida this year, a change driven by the COVID-19 pandemic that has put restrictions on travel and kept away spectators.

Golfer Cabrera arrested in Rio for extradition to homeland

- Associated Press

Brazil's federal police arrested Argentine golfer Ángel Cabrera on Thursday for extradition to his homeland to face charges for several crimes allegedly committed from 2016 to last year, two officers said.

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- Associated Press

Jan. 15

Collin Morikawa watches his shot during the second round of the Tournament of Champions golf event, Friday, Jan. 8, 2021, at Kapalua Plantation Course in Kapalua, Hawaii. (Matthew Thayer/The Maui News via AP)

Another tournament in Hawaii, a fresh start for most players

- Associated Press

For the 31 players at the Sony Open who took the 30-minute flight over from Maui, the decision to play was easy. They're already in Hawaii, guaranteed a tropical climate and the course at sea level is an easy walk.