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Judge denies Tiger's ex's request to rehear case

A South Florida judge has denied a request from attorneys representing Tiger Woods’ former girlfriend to rehear a residential dispute.

Tripp swings into a new month with May top shots

Tripp swings into a new month with May top shots

Tripp Isenhour highlights his nine top shots in May including No. 1 Jin Young Ko, 56-year-old Steve Stricker, newcomer Michael Block, and Brooks Koepka.

PGA Tour players mulling union due to eroded trust

PGA Tour players mulling union due to eroded trust

Rex Hoggard shares his insight into LIV Golf players' potential road back to the PGA Tour after the merger, the potential of a unionization of aggrieved players and more.

Aberg hopes to follow Zhang in pro debut

The RBC Canadian Open will feature the highly anticipated pro debut of the back-to-back Ben Hogan Award winner, Ludvig Aberg. 

Monahan: PGA Tour loyalists 'will be rewarded'

“How that manifests itself is something I’m going to spend a lot of time working on," Monahan said Wednesday on Golf Today.

DPWT: Player suspensions remain in effect

In a memo to players Wednesday, the DP World Tour said it was "highly unlikely" that suspended players would be reinstated.

McIlroy 'still' hates LIV and expects it to go away

“It’s not LIV. I still hate LIV,” Rory McIlroy said. “Like, I hate LIV. I hope it goes away. And I would fully expect that it does.”

Rory: Can't help feeling 'like a sacrificial lamb'

Rory McIlroy said the PGA Tour-PIF merger is a positive thing, on the whole, but he can't help feeling "like a sacrificial lamb."

Why now? Money, competition, says Monahan

The PGA Tour-LIV Golf alliance news came as a shock to most everyone. Aside from the obvious question of, why?, was, why now?

Path back to PGA Tour, DPWT a thorny issue

If and how LIV Golf players return to the PGA and DP World tours has yet to be determined. And it promises to be a thorny issue.