Month: February 2020

The most hardcore golfers don’t let winter temperatures stop their golf season. With proper layering (and the right attitude), chilly rounds can be some of the most memorable. Some cold-weather veterans probably have their favorite jackets and thermal underwear, but golf apparel companies are designing performance-ready sweaters that are warm, stylish and on-trend. We rounded
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Adam Scott has played professional for two decades and has been associated with Titleist for all of them. The talented Aussie has a major to his credit at the 2013 Masters and just added the Genesis Invitational to his list of PGA Tour wins. Scott spoke with GolfDigest.com (as well as three other golf media
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12:33 PM ET Patrick Reed‘s sandy rules violation in the Bahamas more than two months ago continues to garner attention. And Brooks Koepka is the latest to strongly weigh in when asked if he felt Reed cheated. “Uh, yeah. I think, yeah, yeah,” Koepka said Monday in a Sirius/XMI radio interview that covered a range
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Update: Mickey Wright died on Feb. 17, 2020. The interview below was conducted in 2017. Mickey Wright is without question the greatest female player of all time, compiling a staggering 82 LPGA victories, including 13 major championships. Her swing, an aesthetic and technical miracle, was assessed by Ben Hogan as the best ever. By 1969,
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2:54 PM ET Associated Press FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Hall of Fame golfer Mickey Wright, who won 82 LPGA tournaments including 13 majors, died Monday of a heart attack, her attorney said. Wright was 85. Attorney Sonia Pawluc said Wright had been hospitalized in Florida for the last few weeks after being injured in a
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8:03 PM ET Associated Press NAPLES, Fla. — Stephen Leaney leads after Saturday’s second round at the Chubb Classic, and Fred Funk is two shots back as he attempts to become the oldest competitor to win a PGA Tour Champions event. Leaney made an eagle on the 17th hole and has posted consecutive rounds of
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2:45 AM ET Associated Press ADELAIDE, Australia — Seven-time major champion Inbee Park saw a seven-shot lead shrink to two shots Sunday before winning the Women’s Australian Open by three strokes to clinch her first LPGA title in almost two years. Park started her final round three shots in front of 19-year-old South Korean compatriot
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