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    Hideki Matsuyama claimed the ultimate trophy Sunday with a victory in the Masters to become the first Japanese winner of the green jacket.
  • A masterpiece from Hideki Matsuyama to take Masters lead

    Hideki Matsuyama showed he could handle Augusta National when he first showed up as a 19-year-old amateur. Ten years later, the Japanese star put himself on the cusp of a green jacket Saturday at the Masters.
  • Si Woo Kim forced to putt with 3-wood after breaking putter at Masters

    Si Woo Kim clearly did not keep his cool in Round 2 of the Masters on Friday afternoon after missing a short putt for par.
  • Jon Rahm loses cool, gets round back on track in match play win

    Jon Rahm put a drive in a river on Friday and didn't appreciate some folks in a boat on that river.
  • Canadian Open canceled for 2nd straight year amid pandemic

    The RBC Canadian Open has been canceled for the second straight year because of circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Tiger Woods crash detectives look at ‘black box’ from golfer’s SUV

    Detectives are looking at data from the “black box” of Tiger Woods' SUV to get a clearer picture of what occurred during the golfer's car crash last week
  • Tiger Woods involved in car accident, hospitalized with leg injuries

    Golf star Tiger Woods was injured Tuesday in a vehicle rollover in Los Angeles County, authorities said. His agent confirmed multiple leg injuries.
  • Larry Fitzgerald, Bill Murray pair up in Pebble Beach Pro-Am charity match

    Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is teeing it up with comedic actor Bill Murray on Wednesday for the AT&T Every Shot Counts Charity Challenge.
  • Brooks Koepka eagles 17, rallies to win Waste Management Phoenix Open

    Brooks Koepka chipped in from 32 yards for eagle on the 17th hole to break a tie for the lead and then parred the last for a one-stroke victory Sunday in the Phoenix Open.
  • WM Phoenix Open missing its soul without raucous crowds

    Golf wins. Anarchy loses. Beer vendors mourn with the drivers for hire. That’s the story of the Waste Management Pandemic Open.