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Tiger’s back again … but is he really ready?

[ad_1] Tiger Woods manages to keep busy. Since last playing a competitive round of golf two months ago, he has been seen at the US Open tennis tournament in New York, a Stanford-UCF college football game in Orlando and a golf course design project in Missouri.There also was a fundraiser for his foundation at Liberty National outside of New York City, as well as another one this week at Pebble
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How Kevin Na found his way back and other big things you might have missed in golf

[ad_1] For a good part of his career, Kevin Na was easy to dislike, simply based on his plodding nature on the course. Not only did he play slowly, but he had numerous idiosyncrasies that were maddening.So frustrated by Na's on-course issues at one 2014 tournament, caddie Steve Williams, then working for Adam Scott, confronted Na afterward in the scoring area saying, "I never want to see you play again,''
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Cardi B to name new album after … Tiger Woods

[ad_1] Back in April, Tiger Woods was presented with the green jacket for winning the Masters for the fifth time. He received a sizeable check. He gets to plan the Champions Dinner before the 2020 Masters at Augusta National.The honors don't stop there. The newest, though, is a little more unexpected than the others. Apparently, Cardi B was so inspired by Woods' win, she is naming her next album after
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Bio Kim apologizes for obscene gesture, won’t appeal three-year ban

[ad_1] 11:04 AM ETMichael CollinsCloseESPN Senior Writer Senior writer/video talent for ESPN.com Worked for several players as PGA Tour caddie Former stand-up comedianBob HarigCloseESPN Senior Writer Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana UniversityKorean golfer Bio Kim, who was suspended for three years by the Korean Tour for an obscene gesture directed at a spectator during the final round
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Brooks Koepka had stem cell treatment on knee during offseason

[ad_1] LAS VEGAS -- Brooks Koepka spent the majority of his short offseason recovering from stem cell treatment on his left knee, he said Wednesday.Koepka, the No. 1 player in the world golf ranking, returns to competition this week in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas.After his pro-am round Wednesday, Koepka said he had treatment on his patella on Aug. 25, the day after the PGA Tour
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Korean golfer Bio Kim gets 3-year ban for making obscene gesture to fans

[ad_1] The Korean Tour has suspended current money leader Bio Kim for three years after he made an obscene gesture to fans during the final round of a tournament this past weekend.Holding a one-shot lead on the 16th hole of the DGB Financial Group Volvik Daegu Gyeongbuk Open in Gumi, South Korea, Kim acted angrily after a cellphone camera went off during his downswing. His drive ended up going about
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How Danny Willett found his game again and other important golf things you might have missed

[ad_1] Danny Willett's final-round 67 is something he will long cherish. It is a scorecard to be framed, and obviously admired. No bogeys. Five birdies, including three over the stressful back nine. No slips under duress.But this was not the 67 Willett shot on Sunday to win the BMW PGA Championship, the flagship tournament on the European Tour and his first professional victory in his native England.Nope, we're talking about
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Why this past weekend in golf mattered — a lot

[ad_1] A sleepy September it is not. Golf sprung alive over the weekend at a time of year when fans are typically preoccupied and the transition from one golf season to the next is blurred.Give credit to a stunning Solheim Cup -- which, in truth, should not have had to share the stage -- and the ability of these team competitions contested as match play to almost always deliver.The women's
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Abundance of rookies a Solheim Cup challenge for U.S. captain Juli Inkster

[ad_1] GLENEAGLES, Scotland -- If U.S. captain Juli Inkster had any concerns regarding the lack of experience on her third Solheim Cup team, the first big news of this week in Scotland did not help matters.On Monday, Stacy Lewis, the veteran Inkster had selected as a captain's pick specifically to offset the number of rookies who qualified by right, was in tears on the range.The suspicion was that her participation