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10:29 AM ET England’s Lee Westwood will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship after carding a 7-under-par 65 on Saturday. Westwood, who last won on the European Tour at the 2018 Nedbank Challenge, produced a mighty approach shot to set up an eagle on the par-5 eighth
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7:27 PM ET Associated Press LA QUINTA, Calif. — Rickie Fowler came to The American Express for the first time in six years to prepare for the next two weeks at Torrey Pines and TPC Scottsdale. He’s ahead of schedule after two days, shooting an 8-under 64 on Friday at PGA West’s Jack Nicklaus Tournament
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During a round at the Jackie Gleason Inverrary Classic in the mid-1970s, Leonard Kamsler, the renowned golf photographer, was trying to get a shot of the famously irritable tour pro Bruce Crampton. Things weren’t going well. “Crampton hated photographers,” Kamsler recalls, “and he was onto me.” So Kamsler went a few holes ahead and found
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9:09 AM ET Italy’s Francesco Laporta carded a superb bogey-free 9-under 63 to leap into a one-shot solo lead after 36 holes at the Abu Dhabi Championship, while stars America’s Bryson DeChambeau, Ireland’s Shane Lowry and England’s Danny Willett missed the cut. Laporta, 29, was at 4-under for the day before putting together a blistering
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10:44 PM ET Associated Press KA’UPULEHIKONA-Kona, Hawaii — Bernhard Langer and Miguel Angel Jimenez shot 8-under 64 on Thursday to share the first-round lead in the PGA Tour Champions’ season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship. Ernie Els struggled in his debut on the 50-and-over tour, shooting a 72. The four-time major winner from South Africa turned 50
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10:21 AM ET World No. 1 Brooks Koepka carded a bogey-free 66 to sit tied for third, two shots behind leaders South African Shaun Norris and Italian Renato Paratore after the first round of the Abu Dhabi Championship. American Koepka started well in his competitive return after three months out with a knee injury, making
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1:50 PM ET The PGA Tour has unveiled a new pace-of-play policy that will include keeping a list of its slowest players on a week-to-week basis and levying penalties for “excessive shot times.” Based on ShotLink data the tour compiles, players will be placed on an observation list with warnings given if they exceed 60
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