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  • Welcome into the start of the second half of Devil Ball Golf's 18 for '15, our 18-part preview looking ahead to the new year in golf. We turn our attention to the No. 9 player in the world: Jordan Spieth. If the way Jordan Spieth closed out 2014 is any indication of what we can expect from the 21-year-old in 2015, then it's going to be an awe-inspiring season.... read more...
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  • Welcome into Part 9 of Devil Ball Golf's 18 for '15, our series previewing the new year in golf. We now turn our attention to a look at each player in the current Official World Golf Ranking top 10, beginning with the No. 10 player in the world. Despite not winning in 2014, Rickie Fowler made golf history last year. He became just the third player in modern ma... read more...
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  • A teenager doesn't make a cut too often on the PGA Tour, which is why Kyle Suppa is special. Suppa, a 16-year-old Hawaiian, made the 36-hole cut at the Sony Open in Hawaii on Friday. He shot a pair of 1-under 69s to make the cut on the number at Waialae Country Club. He's dropped just one shot through two rounds and sits 10 shots behind co-leaders Matt Kuchar, Webb Sim... read more...
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  • Tiger Woods announced Friday he will start his 2015 campaign in back-to-back weeks at the Waste Management Phoenix Open and the Farmers Insurance Open. Starting my year off at Phoenix & Torrey back-to-back weeks. I’m ready to go. Should be a lot of fun. ... read more...
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  • Martin Kaymer loves Abu Dhabi.  The reigning U.S. Open champion is now six clear of the field after three rounds of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, positioning himself for a fourth win in this event in eight years. Kaymer's 7-under 65 turned a one-shot halfway advantage into a lead of a half-dozen. The German went out at Abu Dhabi G.C. in 5-under 31, estab... read more...
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  • Through 10 holes of his second round on Friday at the Humana Challenge, Ryan Palmer had to feel like shooting the tournament's second-ever 59 was a mere formality. After all, Palmer was 10 under to that point in the round, with six birdies and two eagles in an eight-hole run after a pair of opening pars at the Nicklaus Private course in the California desert.  However,... read more...
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  • Suspension or leave of abesnce, Dustin Johnson will have been away from the PGA Tour for six months when he returns to competition at the Farmers Insurance Open in two weeks.  On Friday, tournament officials confirmed Johnson has committed to the event to be played Feb. 5-8 at Torrey Pines near San Diego. The official deadline for the field is the Friday of next week's... read more...
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  • We're at the penultimate part of the Devil Ball Golf 18 for '15, our comprehensive preview of the new year in golf. Counting down the year-end top 10 players in the world, we arrive at Henrik Stenson.  Set to turn 39 in April, Henrik Stenson is playing the best golf of his life -- at least in the majors. In the last two seasons, the Swede has four top-f... read more...
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  • We're down to the final three installments of the Devil Ball Golf 18 for '15, our 18-part series ringing in the new golf year. We've come to the world No. 3, Adam Scott, who is about to embark on a tumultuous year, both personally and professionally. A lot of things are going to change in 2015 for Adam Scott. In February, he's going to become a father f... read more...
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  • Typically, golfers break clubs when they -- the equipment -- behave badly. Golfers don't usually snap clubs to prevent bad behavior. Webb Simpson did just that, however, as he was making the transition from using a belly putter with an anchored stroke to a traditional putter-stroke combo. As Simpson moved into his PGA Tour off-season, he committed to making the switch.... read more...
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