There are numerous reasons why players work the ball. They can hold it up into the wind. Work it away from trouble. Or fade or draw the ball to better get at different pin locations. A straight ball flight would be subject to the wind...Show More Summary
TOKYO, Jan 17 (Reuters) - American Jordan Spieth faces "very tough competition" to return to the top of the world golf rankings this year, he said on Tuesday.
SINGAPORE, Jan 17 (Reuters) - Sergio Garcia enjoyed a hard-earned winter break after a hectic 2016 and the Spaniard is now fit, fresh and raring to go when he opens his campaign at the Singapore Open this week in a region where he has enjoyed plenty of success.
Your browser does not support iframes. A day after finishing runner-up at the BMW SA Open in South Africa, world No. 2 Rory McIlroy withdrew from this week’s Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in the United Arab Emirates, citing a rib injury. Show More Summary
Jan 16 (Reuters) - World number two Rory McIlroy has withdrawn from the Abu Dhabi Championship after tests on Monday showed he picked up a rib injury in South Africa last week, the European Tour said.
JUSTIN THOMAS OWNED THE HAWAII SWING on the PGA Tour. (I guess they call it the Aloha Slam.) Granted, it's just two events, but Thomas's back-to-back victories at the SBS Tournament of Champions and the Sony Open in Hawaii could not have been more impressive. Show More Summary
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McIlroy underwent tests after he was injured at SA Open; they revealed a stress fracture.
Justin Thomas takes Hawaiian Swing with back-to-back wins at Kapalua and Waialae while posting a 59 on Day 1 and a record breaking 253 for the weekend. Good start to 2017 for the 23-year-old who has earned himself a spot amongst the Young Guns on tour. Show More Summary
World number two Rory McIlroy pulls out of the Abu Dhabi Championship because of a stress fracture rib injury.
Justin Thomas, all of 23, rides a big wave in Hawaii with some remarkable golf
One of the gifts Justin Thomas received from winning the Sony Open was a 106-pound book that was said to be the largest in the world
Rory McIlroy admits he needed a "little bit more" after losing to Graeme Storm in a play-off at the South Africa Open.
Jan 16 (Gracenote) - The World Rankings 1. (1) Jason Day (Australia) 10.60 2. (2) Rory McIlroy (Britain) 9.59 3. (3) Dustin Johnson (U.S.) 9.19 4. (4) Henrik Stenson (Sweden) 8.42 5. (5) Jordan Spieth (U.S.) 8.19 6. (6) Hideki Matsuyama (Japan) 7.95 7. (7) Adam Scott (Australia) 6.34 8. (12) Justin Thomas (U.S.) 5.78 9. (8) Patrick Reed (U.S.) 5.40 10. (9) Alexander Noren (S