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Rory McIlroy's mishit leaves him trailing

A mishit into the rough for Rory McIlroy left most of the large gallery following him Friday at the World Tour Championship in Dubai empathizing with the world No. 1 golfer.

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Tiger Woods furious at parody interview

Tiger Woods is back on the prowl -- and this time he's after a journalist who has had the temerity to poke fun at him.

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Augusta National admits IBM CEO as 3rd female member

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty is the third woman to join the exclusive Augusta National Golf Club, according to multiple published reports.

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Bubba wonder shot to win WGC event

Bubba Watson secured his first World Golf Championship title and first win outside of the United States Sunday -- but in typical fashion took his own very individual route to an unlikely victory.

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PGA's Reed in hot water over reaction to missed putt

Golf can be a frustrating game -- just ask Patrick Reed.

The 24-year-old could be in trouble with golf's authorities after a foul-mouthed reaction to a missed putt during the WGC-HSBC Champions event in Shanghai.

Reed, who starred for America during…

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Michael Jordan trashes president's golfing ability

NBA legend Michael Jordan trash-talked President Barack Obama's golf game, telling Ahmad Rashad in an interview earlier this week the president is a "sh***y golfer."

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3-year-old born with one arm has amazing golf swing

A 3-year-old New Jersey boy has a golf swing some pros would envy. And he's only got one arm.

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Golfer's errant drive knocks diamond off ring

An errant drive by pro golfer Sergio Garcia knocked the diamond off a woman's ring at a tournament in Ohio.

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Kaymer cruises to US Open victory

Martin Kaymer held off the field on Sunday to claim the US Open Championship at Pinehurst No. 2.

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Golfer Elkington tweets about Sam

Australian golfer Steve Elkington turned to Twitter on Tuesday to criticize ESPN for its coverage of gay defensive end Michael Sam.

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