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As I was watching final day coverage of the Byron Nelson Championship, I noticed a very young leader board that was littered with young guns like Jason Day, Jeff Overton, and Blake Adams all looking for their first taste of victory on the PGA Tour.

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Houston champion Kim overcomes mental and physical obstaclesupdated: Mon Apr 05 2010 12:32:00

U.S. Ryder Cup hero Anthony Kim revealed that he is a changed golfer after winning his first PGA Tour title in two years despite playing with a torn thumb ligament.

Mickelson six back on return to PGA Tour actionupdated: Fri Jan 29 2010 09:05:00

American Scott Piercy made a storming start to the Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego with an eight-under-par 64 to take the first round lead in San Diego. Decade in sports innovationsupdated: Tue Dec 22 2009 11:39:00

1. First Super Bowl broadcast in HD (2000)

PGA Tour golfer banned for dopingupdated: Tue Nov 03 2009 16:23:00

Unheralded American Doug Barron has become the first player to be banned by the PGA Tour for taking performance-enhancing drugs.

Scot Laird claims maiden PGA Tour winupdated: Mon Oct 19 2009 09:35:00

Scotland's Martin Laird beat George McNeill and Chad Campbell in a three-way playoff to claim his maiden PGA Tour win at the Las Vegas Open.

Kuchar wins marathon PGA Tour playoffupdated: Mon Oct 05 2009 11:04:00

Matt Kuchar won the Turning Stone Resort Championship on the PGA Tour as he beat fellow-American Vaughn Taylor on the sixth hole of a marathon sudden-death playoff completed on Monday.

'I am back to my very best' says Woodsupdated: Mon Sep 14 2009 12:28:00

Tiger Woods believes he is back to the best form of his career after he clinched his 71st PGA Tour title with an emphatic eight-shot victory at the BMW Championship in Illinois.

Fortune: Is golf the next Olympic sport?updated: Fri Aug 14 2009 12:18:00

Tiger Woods already has 14 major titles. He could be adding an Olympic medal to his collection soon.

Tiger cruises to Buick Open victoryupdated: Tue Aug 04 2009 05:36:00

World number one Tiger Woods cruised to a three-shot victory in the Buick Open to claim his 69th PGA Tour title and his fourth of the year.

Furyk tops leaderboard at last on PGA Tourupdated: Fri Mar 20 2009 14:11:00

Jim Furyk took a one-shot lead after the opening round of the $5.4 million Transitions Championship on the PGA Tour.

Ogilvy storms six clear in PGA Tour openerupdated: Sun Jan 11 2009 15:58:00

Geoff Ogilvy goes into Sunday's final round at the PGA Tour season-opener in Hawaii with a six stroke lead after a sparking eight-under-par 65 in the third round.

Ogilvy leading PGA Tour opener in Hawaiiupdated: Fri Jan 09 2009 14:29:00

Australian Geoff Ogilvy leads the PGA Tour's season-opening event in Hawaii after a first round six-under-par 67 in the Mercedes Championship.

In December's Living Golf: Time for a World Tour?updated: Tue Nov 18 2008 12:16:00

This month Living Golf investigates the new-look European Tour, which has become an altogether more global prospect, and asks how can it offer more money with the world in the grip of the credit crunch.

Justin Armsden's blog: Europe's tour tees offupdated: Tue Nov 04 2008 08:30:00

Four days after the European Tour finished one season, its next is underway and it's in China.

Wie in contention to make PGA Tour cutupdated: Fri Aug 01 2008 11:31:00

Michelle Wie gave herself a fighting chance to make the cut for the first time in a men's PGA Tour event after an opening round one-over-par 73 at the Legends Reno-Tahoe Open.

Woods stretches winning streak to fiveupdated: Mon Mar 17 2008 07:23:00

Tiger Woods sank a 24-foot birdie putt on the final hole to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational, extending his PGA Tour winning streak to five straight tournaments.

Choi charges to lead at Sony Openupdated: Fri Jan 11 2008 04:39:00

Korea's K.J. Choi made his customary fine start to the Sony Open in Hawaii, closing with a birdie for a six-under-par 64 and a one stroke lead at the second PGA Tour event of the season.

Demsey overcomes odds to win cardupdated: Tue Dec 04 2007 04:27:00

After a 10-year absence and two operations to remove a brain tumor the size of a golf ball, Todd Demsey finally made it back to the PGA Tour on Monday with perhaps the most significant round of his career. Justin Timberlake to Host PGA Tour Event in Vegasupdated: Mon Nov 12 2007 22:04:00

Justin Timberlake has the dance moves – but how's his golf game?

Review: 'Tiger' adds a few sweet shots to golfing arsenalupdated: Fri Sep 14 2007 13:21:00

Sports video games are like birthdays: You more or less know what to expect when they roll around each year, but some are simply better than others.

Woods aims to cut the playoff gapupdated: Thu Sep 06 2007 02:35:00

Tiger Woods should have no shortage of fond memories at Cog Hill, where he has won three times at the Western Open and where he made the cut for the first time in a regular PGA Tour event at the age of 19.

Snedeker snatches his first titleupdated: Sun Aug 19 2007 04:11:00

Rookie Brandt Snedeker won his first PGA Tour title with a two-shot victory at the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro on Sunday.

Overton forges clear at Wyndhamupdated: Sun Aug 19 2007 00:24:00

Little-known American Jeff Overton stayed on track for his maiden PGA Tour title by moving three shots clear in the Wyndham Championship third round on Saturday. Sexy Swingersupdated: Wed Aug 01 2007 08:55:00

We asked the PGA Tour's biggest stars to name the female celebrity they'd most like to, ahem, give a lesson to. No one was brave (or foolish) enough to pick Tiger's wife, but these dream dates are more at home being knockouts on the red carpet than hitting knockdowns on the range. Click here to find out which PGA pro has a 'Rollergirl' fantasy. Dave Pelz's Fast New Ways to Lower Your Handicapupdated: Wed Jul 11 2007 21:35:00

"If you want to improve your playing skills, you have to know exactly what needs improving. It won't help to empty a bucket of range balls with your driver when it's your putting that's killing your scores. Michelle Wie to return to PGA Tourupdated: Tue May 22 2007 14:00:00

EAST MOLINE, Ill. (AP) -- Michelle Wie accepted a sponsor's exemption Tuesday to play in the John Deere Classic for the third straight year, continuing her effort to make the cut in a men's event. Backspinupdated: Tue May 22 2007 10:16:00

PADRAIG HARRINGTON erased 25 years of national frustration on Sunday but also moved a step closer to becoming the best player never to have won a major. Harrington (below) is the first native son to win the Irish Open since John O'Leary in 1982. Harrington, 35, won by parring the first playoff hole after he and Bradley Dredge tied over 72 holes at five-under 283 at Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort, in Limerick. The No. 11–ranked player in the world, Harrington has now been victorious twice on the PGA Tour and 12 times in Europe, where he also won the money title last year. "I've always said that after the four majors, this is the next event I've wanted to win,"Harrington said. Well, one down, four to go, and the clock's ticking, Paddy. Can Science Make You a Better Golfer?updated: Fri May 18 2007 14:02:00

A new show airing this weekend will make most hackers wish they'd paid more attention in science class. While most of us accept that advances in technology have helped PGA Tour stars hit the ball off the planet, it is their mastery of science that has raised every element of the modern game, according to the producers of the show, Science of Golf, airing May 19 on CBS. Barclays event moves to Liberty Nationalupdated: Wed May 16 2007 21:00:00

JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) -- The PGA Tour's Barclays tournament will be played at the recently completed Liberty National course in 2009. Ted Schulz finds a new career in Louisvilleupdated: Sun Apr 22 2007 21:55:00

Louisville, Ky. -- The Los Angeles Open always sounded like an important stop on the PGA Tour. For starters, there's the name. In this age of bottomless sponsors, now it's known as the Nissan Open but in our hearts, it's still the Los Angeles Open -- a city open. Calcavecchia Leadsupdated: Fri Apr 20 2007 21:00:00

AVONDALE, La. (AP) -- Mark Calcavecchia was on the PGA Tour before Zurich Classic first-round leader Kyle Reifers was born. Who's Kyle Reifers?updated: Thu Apr 19 2007 21:00:00

AVONDALE, La. (AP) -- Never heard of Kyle Reifers? Strange, Green elected to Hall of Fameupdated: Wed Apr 18 2007 12:00:00

SAVANNAH, Ga.(AP) Curtis Strange, the dominant American golfer in the 1980s whose career was defined by consecutive U.S. Open victories, and two-time major champion Hubert Green were elected Tuesday to the World Golf Hall of Fame. Weekley gets break from delayupdated: Mon Apr 16 2007 05:00:00

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.(AP) Some young pros chasing their first PGA Tour victory might get thrown off by a final-round wind delay and Monday finish. Not Boo Weekley, not by a long shot. Love's Masters work keeps him sharpupdated: Thu Apr 12 2007 09:46:00

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP) -- Twenty years ago, Davis Love III began a personal tradition like no other -- dominating the Verizon Heritage. At 44, Singh is still in his primeupdated: Sat Apr 07 2007 10:03:00

Augusta, Ga., April 7, 2007 -- By PGA Tour standards, Vijay Singh is an old man. At 44 in the Age of Tiger Woods, he should be counting his pension assets and preparing to break Hale Irwin's Champions Tour record of 45 wins. He shouldn't be staying on the range all hours of the night, making busy work for the Augusta National grounds crew.

Reduced field for Woods Tour eventupdated: Thu Mar 29 2007 12:48:00

Tiger Woods' new U.S. PGA Tour invitational event, the National, will have a reduced field of 120 players when it tees off for the first time in July, the US PGA Tour announced Thursday. Field for Tiger's tournament set at 120updated: Thu Mar 29 2007 12:47:00

HUMBLE, Texas (AP) - The PGA Tour approved a field of 120 for Tiger Woods' tournament in July, defusing a debate that divided players for weeks. 10 Who Could Go All the Wayupdated: Tue Mar 27 2007 18:25:00

On the condition of anonymity, a PGA Tour pro ranks, in ascending order, the top 10 contenders to win the Masters. (Bet you'll never guess who he thinks will end up wearing the green jacket)

PGA Tour will return to Washingtonupdated: Tue Feb 27 2007 15:41:00

The PGA Tour will return to Washington D.C. this year as part of a new long-term agreement, officials have confirmed. Hot and notupdated: Mon Feb 26 2007 22:11:00

1. Byron Nelson. Eleven in a row will live forever, even if Lord Byron couldn't.

Funk is fifth oldest Tour championupdated: Mon Feb 26 2007 06:32:00

Fred Funk became the fifth oldest PGA Tour champion in history with a playoff victory over Argentina's Jose Coceres at the Mayakoba Classic on Sunday. Who killed The International?updated: Thu Feb 08 2007 16:27:00

You may be shocked to learn that The International, a first-class stop with one of the loveliest courses on Tour in Castle Pines, is dead. Tournament founder Jack Vickers and PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem joined forces Thursday in Denver to make the announcement. The 10 Spot: Feb. 8, 2007updated: Thu Feb 08 2007 09:30:00

1. "Super" proposal update: Some of you may have wondered, as I did, whatever happened to the wedding proposal that was supposed to take place in a Super Bowl commercial. Well, that plan fell through when the company that was slated to pony up the $2.6 million for the ad time backed out, and CBS then decided not to run the proposal as an in-house ad. Instead, the man once known only as "J.P." -- he turns out to be a Seattle Internet marketing executive named Rand Fishkin -- borrowed $3,000 from his mother to buy time in the Seattle market during Tuesday night's showing of Veronica Mars, his beloved's favorite show. Thankfully, when Geraldine DeRuiter saw the proposal at 9:23 p.m. PT, she said yes. Congrats to the happy couple. You can find links to both the proposal and her response (a lot of "What?!... what?!... what?!" with a "yes" mixed in) here.

Mickelson must improve his puttingupdated: Tue Feb 06 2007 05:15:00

Phil Mickelson, usually a fast starter on the PGA Tour, is desperately searching for putting form as he heads to California's picturesque Monterey Peninsula for this week's Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.

Howell will follow Tiger's exampleupdated: Wed Jan 31 2007 05:42:00

American Charles Howell III, second twice this season in his first three PGA Tour starts, plans to take a leaf out of Tiger Woods's book at this week's Phoenix Open in Scottsdale, Arizona. Tiger Maniaupdated: Thu Jan 25 2007 01:17:00

It's all Tiger all the time this week, just as it is any time he tees it up, but there is a little more mania in the air at Torrey Pines. Wie bashingupdated: Mon Jan 15 2007 11:18:00

Somehow, it figures that Paul Goydos, the everyman hard-luck Linus of the PGA Tour, finally wins a tournament for the first time in 11 years and he's not even the main headline. The biggest story at the Sony Open was that of a local Hawaiian teen sensation who made the cut and won the hearts of fellow Hawaiians.

Late birdies give Goydos the titleupdated: Mon Jan 15 2007 03:25:00

American Paul Goydos ended a PGA Tour title drought of more than a decade with three birdies in the last four holes and a one-shot victory at the Sony Open on Sunday. Eight things about '07updated: Wed Jan 10 2007 12:20:00

With the PGA's first full-field tournament of 2007 swinging into action this week -- officially, it's the Sony Open, but you know it as the Michelle Wie Classic -- it's time to look at eight people, places and things to watch for this year (and predict how each will end up):

Singh holds off late Scott chargeupdated: Sun Jan 07 2007 06:04:00

Vijay Singh held off a late charge by playing partner Adam Scott to win his 30th PGA Tour title by two shots at the Mercedes-Benz Championship.

Five share lead in PGA tour openerupdated: Fri Jan 05 2007 02:59:00

South Korea's K.J. Choi struck the first shot of the 2007 PGA Tour on Thursday before surging into a five-way tie for the lead at the Mercedes-Benz Championship. Wait-and-see approachupdated: Tue Jan 02 2007 14:07:00

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) -- The PGA Tour's much-trumpeted new era, starting this week with the Mercedes-Benz Championship in Hawaii, has earned a mixed response from the players. King of the openerupdated: Mon Jan 01 2007 15:51:00

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) -- In the absence of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Ernie Els, Australia's Stuart Appleby has a golden opportunity to win a rare fourth successive title at this week's Mercedes-Benz Championship in Hawaii.

Appleby targets a fourth title winupdated: Mon Jan 01 2007 09:12:00

With Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Ernie Els all absent, Australia's Stuart Appleby has a golden opportunity to win a rare fourth successive title at this week's Mercedes-Benz Championship in Hawaii.

Green climbs 38 places for victoryupdated: Sun Dec 03 2006 04:54:00

Australian Nathan Green fired a stunning closing round of 65 to win the New Zealand Open by two shots on Sunday, claiming his first European PGA Tour title.

Win books Kanada's 2007 Tour card updated: Mon Nov 13 2006 12:12:00

American Craig Kanada booked his place on the 2007 PGA Tour with a dramatic one-shot victory at the season-ending Nationwide Tour Championship in Richmond, Texas on Sunday.

Scott survives shaky finish to winupdated: Sun Nov 05 2006 16:56:00

Australian Adam Scott put behind him a frustrating year of several close calls on the PGA Tour with a three-shot victory at the season-ending Tour Championship on Sunday.

Goosen, Durant share opening lead updated: Thu Nov 02 2006 17:31:00

In the absence of Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, former winner Retief Goosen grabbed a share of the spotlight at the season-ending Tour Championship on Thursday.

Finchem upset by missing big namesupdated: Thu Nov 02 2006 05:08:00

PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem is dissatisfied that world number one Tiger Woods and Masters champion Phil Mickelson chose to miss this week's Tour Championship.

Watney leading Greensboro Classicupdated: Sat Oct 07 2006 08:45:00

American Nick Watney withstood gusting winds and intermittent rain to edge one stroke clear in the Greensboro Classic second round in North Carolina.

Pettersson targets top 10 positionupdated: Thu Oct 05 2006 06:33:00

Swede Carl Pettersson has the PGA Tour money list uppermost in his mind at this week's Greensboro Classic in North Carolina.

Curtis, Howell share Lumber leadupdated: Fri Sep 15 2006 14:38:00

Don't let the colors fool you. Ben Curtis is wearing Steelers black and gold this weekend -- something he probably can't believe he's doing -- but he's the biggest of Cleveland Browns fans.

Estes leads despite Miyazato Acesupdated: Sat Aug 26 2006 06:20:00

American Bob Estes grabbed the lead but Japan's Yusaku Miyazato captured the spotlight in the Reno-Tahoe Open second round in Reno, Nevada on Friday.

Ogilvie edges into one-stroke leadupdated: Sat Jul 15 2006 04:31:00

Stock market enthusiast Joe Ogilvie took charge at the John Deere Classic in Silvis, Illinois as crowd favorite Michelle Wie made a premature exit with heat exhaustion on Friday.

Henry returns home for first titleupdated: Sun Jul 02 2006 14:59:00

Urged on by his hometown crowd, American J.J. Henry eased to a maiden PGA Tour title by three shots at the Buick Championship in Cromwell, Connecticut on Sunday.

Curtis stumbles to title victoryupdated: Tue Jun 27 2006 09:08:00

Ben Curtis survived a stumbling finish to clinch his first PGA Tour title in three years with a five-shot victory at the weather-delayed Booz Allen Classic in Potomac, Maryland on Tuesday.

Western Open given different nameupdated: Mon Jun 26 2006 15:27:00

The Western Open, one of the oldest events on the PGA Tour and once considered the unofficial "fifth major", will be played under a different name from next year.

Nelson, Picard join Hall of Fameupdated: Thu Apr 20 2006 04:46:00

Multiple former major champions Larry Nelson and Henry Picard have been voted on to the World Golf Hall of Fame as part of the class of 2006.

Taylor sets hot pace in Heritage updated: Thu Apr 13 2006 15:33:00

American Vaughn Taylor birdied two of the last three holes for an eight-under 63 to set the early pace in the Heritage Classic first round at Hilton Head on Thursday.

Els holds high hopes for Heritageupdated: Wed Apr 12 2006 05:03:00

With his disappointing U.S. Masters finish behind him, Ernie Els has high hopes for this week's Heritage Classic in Hilton Head, South Carolina, before taking a month's break.

Love, Ogilvy into Match Play finalupdated: Sun Feb 26 2006 11:36:00

Davis Love reached the WGC-Accenture Match Play final for the second time in three years with a 4&2 victory over fellow American Zach Johnson.

Ailing Woods withdraws from Nissanupdated: Sat Feb 18 2006 13:42:00

Tiger Woods' bid for a third consecutive victory this year is over after the world No. 1 pulled out of the Nissan Open because of flu just before the third round.

Faxon seals victory after playoffupdated: Mon Aug 29 2005 10:10:00

Brad Faxon edged South African Tjaart van der Walt in a playoff to seal his first title in four years at the Buick Championship in Cromwell, Connecticut.

Bad weather plagues PGA Tour againupdated: Thu Mar 31 2005 04:32:00

The first round of the BellSouth Classic has been washed away by heavy rains for a second successive day as bad weather continues to plague the 2005 PGA Tour.

Poor weather washes out round twoupdated: Sat Mar 26 2005 07:59:00

Tornado warnings, thunderstorms and steady rain washed away the second round of The Players Championship as bad weather continued to plague the PGA Tour.

Unknown Wetterich holds shock leadupdated: Sat Mar 12 2005 07:20:00

Brett Wetterich carded his second successive six-under 66 to seize a one-shot lead over twice former U.S. Open champion Lee Janzen after the second round of the $5.5m Honda Classic in Florida.

PGA Tour announces 2005 schedule updated: Wed Nov 17 2004 12:28:00

The U.S. PGA Tour has announced a 48-tournament schedule for 2005, offering a total prize fund likely to be in excess of $240 million.

South African golfer Henning diesupdated: Fri Jan 02 2004 04:28:00

South African Harold Henning, the winner of more than 50 golf tournaments, died on Thursday at the age of 69 after a lengthy illness, the PGA Tour has said.

Fortune: Why Pro Golfers Can't Wait to Hit the Big Five-Ohupdated: Mon Nov 22 1999 00:01:00

F. Scott Fitzgerald famously observed, "There are no second acts in American lives." Which just shows that F. Scott Fitzgerald was woefully unfamiliar with the career paths of professional golfers....

Fortune: TIGER! NOW THE SKY'S THE LIMIT FOR GOLF--THE GAME AND THE BUSINESSupdated: Mon May 12 1997 00:01:00

There were plenty of junctures, of course, where this whole Tiger Woods business might have gone all wrong, but two in particular come to mind. The first came after the only child of Earl and Kulti...

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