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Phil Mickelson, Premier Golf League

Who will bring the PGL out of the shadows?

If the mysterious Premier Golf League can’t counter Rory McIlroy’s rejection with at least one recruited mega star, we can plant a tombstone on the upstart’s proposal.

Q&Gray: 61st time a charm for Sergio, Lee?

Sergio Garcia and Lee Westwood have spent a career trying to win a WGC event and neither has done so. Perhaps it comes in try No. 61?

397?! Altitude game returns in Mexico City

As entertaining as the altitude-inflated numbers are at this week's WGC-Mexico Championship, the silliness does come with added uncertainty.

To know Wright was privilege, honor for fortunate few

Not many people knew Mickey Wright, especially during her post-playing life. But for those fortunate few who did, the memories will forever be cherished.

Randall's Rant: Korea's greatest, Pak or Park?

Who’s the best South Korean golfer ever? The answer will always be Se Ri Pak, but Inbee Park has a chance to one day reach equal status.

Players weigh legacy vs. money with new PGL

Although the Premier Golf League is still a mystery, the question remains: Will checks be enough to lure top players from the PGA Tour?

Inbee Park

After 2-year drought, Park wins Aussie Open

Following a two-year drought, a seven-time major champion Inbee Park is victorious once again after winning the Women's Australian Open.

Why would Tiger skip free points in Mexico?

Tiger Woods threw a curveball when he opted to forego next week's WGC-Mexico Championship, but what does it mean about his aspirations for the season?

Pebble packs punch, but Taylor wins fight

Nick Taylor's path to his wire-to-wire AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am title wasn't a cake walk. Pebble Beach packed a punch on Sunday.

Like Eastwood, Phil directing Monterey magic

Chasing a record sixth AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am title, Phil Mickelson is one shot back entering Sunday as he looks to prove that winning never gets old.

Sagstrom 1 back at Vic Open; Lee leads men

Ayean Cho shot a 2-under 70 on a windy day to take a one-shot lead over Madelene Sagstrom at the Vic Open. On the men's side, Min Woo Lee leads after a 4-under 68.

Cut Line: Distance matters ... but not always

A misplaced pace-of-play violation, a misguided decision by Phil Mickelson and mixed reviews of the Distance Insight Project. 

Upon return, Davies just 2 back at Vic Open

With men and women competing in the Vic Open, veteran Laura Davies shot 6-under 67 to sit two shots off the lead in the women's portion.

Man arrested for stealing alcohol at WMPO

A 20-year-old man accused of stealing alcohol at the Waste Management had to be rescued from a canal before being taken into custody.

Quigley snaps long drought with Morocco win

Brett Quigley won the Morocco Champions in his second PGA Tour Champions start, holding off Stephen Ames by a stroke.