Golf

Palmer hands out beer money, shoots 64

Ryan Palmer handed out golf balls and beer money at 16 on Thursday. The golf gods paid him back with a round of 64.

Hoffmann sports stupid hat from 'hot chicks'

Perhaps the silliest moment at the famous par-3 16th hole on Thursday came when Morgan Hoffmann donned an oversized, orange foam cowboy hat to hit his tee shot.

Bubba (65) back in contention at Phoenix Open

Another year, another chance for Bubba Watson to contend at TPC Scottsdale.
Ryan Palmer handed out golf balls and beer money at 16 on Thursday. The golf gods paid him back with a round of 64.
Perhaps the silliest moment at the famous par-3 16th hole on Thursday came when Morgan Hoffmann donned an oversized, orange foam cowboy hat to hit his tee shot.
Another year, another chance for Bubba Watson to contend at TPC Scottsdale.
Jordan Spieth is staying in a house this week that’s just to the right of TPC Scottsdale’s fifth hole - and he hit with his drive.
Tiger Woods didn't have much fun shooting a 2-over 73 in Phoenix, but he may have found something in his closing holes in Round 1.
Even with a field of only 132 players, there wasn’t enough light Thursday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Here’s how things look after one round at TPC Scottsdale, where Ryan Palmer leads.
Robert Allenby didn’t receive any barbs from the gallery Thursday during a 1-under 70 first round at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Ha Na Jang is just a rookie, but already she hopes to inspire young South Korean girls like Se Ri Pak and Inbee Park.
As they did last month, chipping woes plagued Tiger Woods in his opening round in Phoenix, a 2-over-par 73.
No matter how well he plays this week, or how late he might be to the game, Keegan Bradley insists he will make it to the Super Bowl.
Tiger Woods opened his 2015 season with two bogeys, and he continued to struggle off the tee and hit terrible chip shots in the first round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
After a 3-over start, Phil Mickelson recovered to shoot a 2-under 69 in the first round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
The fiery Stacy Lewis and the unflappable Lydia Ko are set to battle again over the final 36 holes at the LPGA opener.
According to a report, Sang-Moon Bae has filed suit in a South Korean court to extend his travel visa and delay his madatory military service.
Keegan Bradley isn't young, or old. He isn't No. 1, or 100. He inhabits a unique position, and he's ready to win again.
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It's Tiger time. Follow Woods' first round in 2015 as he plays alongside Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed at the Phoenix Open.
Former Vice President Dan Quayle defended President Barack Obama's right to play golf, before taking a political golf shot at the POTUS.
Paula Creamer made a hole-in-one at the sixth hole Thursday in the second round of the Coates Golf Championship.