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September 2013

Woods, Spieth win PGA Awards
He didn't win a Major and he fizzled at the end of the FedEx Cup Playoffs, but Tiger Woods is still the business.Over the weekend, Woods was named 2013 PGA Tour Player of the Year, the 11th time he's won the award that began in 1990.No other player has ever won it more than twice.Woods played 16 to... view

Ryder cup stars snub Seve Trophy tournament
In a marked contrast to the elation and disappointment that marked the squad announcements regarding the United States team for the upcoming President's Cup, across the pond it's equivalent continental contest has proved to be far less attractive.Eight of the victorious Ryder Cup have have pulled o... view

Henrik Stenson hits the jackpot with FedEx Win
At Atlanta's East Lake Course, Henrik Stenson not only claimed the Tour Championship title but also that of the FedEx Cup, one of the most lucrative prizes in golf giving him a combined earning of nearly £7.2m to put the icing on a fabulous 2013 for the Swede.Stenson's final round of 68 was eno... view

Final of Fed Ex Cup
Henrik Stenson displaced Tiger Woods as the No. 1 player in the FedEx Cup standings with his win at the TOUR Championships on Sunday, with Woods still taking the No. 2 spot, finishing 2,007 points behind.Steve Stricker wound up third, 93 points behind Woods. He climbed from sixth a week ago.The big... view

Tiger Woods locks down Money List title
If the Player of The Year award was decided on earnings, Tiger Woods would be a shoe-in for the title.The World No1's top ten finish at the BMW Championship helped the the 37-year-old's bank account in 2013 to a cool $8,407,839. With Matt Kuchar and Phil Mickelson almost $3 million off that figure... view

Tour Championships
Tournament Preview Five golfers can win the outright FedEx Cup and the $10 million prize that goes with it by taking the top of the leaderboard this weekend at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta.So why's everyone about No. 15 Hunter Mahan?Most likely because East L... view

Fed Ex Cup Update
Tiger Woods has not won a tournament since the PGA Playoffs began a month ago, but that doesn't matter much.He's still No. 1 in the FedEx Cup standings heading into the final week of the season.Woods leads a field of 30 players pared down from the original 125 who will take part in the TOUR Champio... view

Zach Johnson wins the BMW Championship
Zach Johnson claimed the BMW Championship on Monday with a final-round 65 to power him into the lucrative FedEx Cup reckonings.The win at Illinois' Conway Farms was enough to jump Johnson into the top five places of the season-ending tournament, with the final Tour Championship contest taking place... view

BMW Championship
Tournament Preview The BMW Championships kick off Thursday in Chicago as the PGA Playoffs get back to business after a week off.Only the Top 70 players are left out of a field that once numbered 125, with all those men vying to finish in the Top 30 of the FedExCup points standings and move on... view

Feature on PGA 2013-2014 schedule
The PGA Tour released its 2013-2014 schedule this week, even though the current season still has two big tournaments left in its playoff schedule.That date isn't a typo in the lead paragraph - for the first time, the PGA will use a wraparound schedule for its popular FedExCup playoffs, meaning tour... view

Team USA regain 2013 Walker Cup
The United States crushed Britain and Ireland in the Walker Cup on Sunday, destroying the visitors in a 17-9 victory at historic National Golf Links of America.Despite holding a daunting record in this tournament with 34 wins to GB and Ireland's 8, Team USA came into this contest at Long Island as... view

Golf's Holy Grail
At last week's Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston, Phil Mickelson started the first round by firing a 28 on the front nine, leading excited announcers and pundits to speculate if he was capable of shooting golf's Holy Grail - an 18-hole 59.Mickleson didn't make it, having to "settle" for an 8-und... view

Jordan Speith into Prez Cup; Furyk misses out
Jordan Speith's 2013 just got even better. The youngster, who is still not even of legal drinking age in the United States, added a call-up to next month's Presidents Cup to his first PGA Tour win in July.At just 20 years of age, Spieth became the youngest PGA Tour winner since 1931, clinch... view

Fed Ex Cup Update
A 37-year-old man still leads the PGA playoff points chase today, and a lot of people still think he's the best golfer in the world, but his name is no longer Tiger Woods.Sweden's Henrik Stenson is the new top dog in the FedExCup Standings, using his victory Monday at the Deutsche Bank Championship... view

Tiger Woods and former caddie end feud
The messy public spat between Tiger Woods and his former caddie, Steve Williams, is apparently over after Williams publicly announced on the eve of the Deutsche Bank Championship that "time heals all wounds."At the end of the Open Championship in July, Williams had moved to approach the 14-time maj... view

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