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The numbers would have been stronger if not for weather delays, but Tiger Woods‘ victory at the Farmers Insurance Open was still a strong draw on CBS. Third and final round coverage of the Farmers [...]
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Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson entered the Farmers Insurance Open coming off disappointing finishes the previous week. Tiger didn’t even make it to the weekend, missing the cut at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. Phil, on the other hand, did make the cut, but only finished in a tie for thirty-seventh. It’s safe to say that both came into Torrey...
American Alison Walshe birdied the 17th hole Friday and shot an opening-round 6-under-par 66 to take a one-stroke lead at the Australian Ladies Masters at Royal Pines.
Jessica Korda, the daughter of former tennis player Petr Korda who won last year's Women's Australian Open at Royal Melbourne in a playoff for her first LPGA Tour victory, was in second place.
Tim Clark would have been easy to miss among dozens of PGA Tour players who poured out of a hotel ballroom after a two-hour meeting on the proposed ban of the stroke used for long putters, except he was the only guy with a suitcase.
Clark didn't bring golf clubs to Torrey Pines, only an overnight bag. He didn't play in the tournament last week, but he paid his way to San...