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    Citi has condemned the anti-gay slur Justin Thomas muttered and is requiring him to donate a meaningful portion of his deal to LGBTQ causes.
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    The Waste Management Phoenix Open added yet another notable name to its 2021 field of golfers, with Rory McIlroy making his debut this February.
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    Tiger Woods disclosed Tuesday that he recently had a fifth surgery that will keep him from starting the year until after the West Coast Swing on the PGA Tour.
  • Larry Fitzgerald to participate in 2021 WM Phoenix Open Pro-Am

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  • Waste Management Phoenix Open to further reduce fan attendance in 2021

    The WMPO announced Wednesday it will be limiting fan attendance this year to 5,000 spectators per day due to the COVID-19 concerns.
  • Limited number of general admission tickets available for 2021 WMPO

    A limited number of general admission tickets for the 2021 Waste Management Phoenix Open are now available to the public.
  • Like father, like son: Tiger Woods’ kid sinks eagle at PNC Championship

    Tiger Woods' son, Charlie, shot an eagle during the third hole of the father-son PNC Championship on Saturday. See the video here.
  • Waste Management Phoenix Open limiting fans in 2021

    The Waste Management Phoenix Open announced Monday its plans to feature a scaled-down version of the famous par-3 for the 2021 tournament.
  • Dustin Johnson buries some major memories, wins the Masters

    Dustin Johnson shot a 68 to finish at 20-under 268, breaking by two shots the record set by Tiger Woods in 1997 and matched by Jordan Spieth in 2015.
  • Dustin Johnson plays like No. 1 and seizes control at the Masters

    Dustin Johnson began with a 5-iron for a tap-in eagle, and he never relented until he matched the 54-hole record at the Masters and built a four-shot lead.