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Golf Academy of America to Donate More Than 800 Golf Clubs to Lorena Ochoa Golf Foundation and Other Charities After …

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Jan. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Golf Academy of America (GAA) officials announced today that the two-year golf career college collected more than 800 golf clubs across its five campuses ...

Woods of the U.S. looks for the ball with Martin Kaymer of Germany …

View the photo Woods of the U.S. looks for the ball with Martin Kaymer of Germany at the fifth hole after hitting it into a desert bush during the second round of the ...

Phil Mickelson shoots 60, tying course record, to kick off Phoenix Open | News | PGA.com

Phil Mickelson couldn't believe his birdie putt for a 59 didn't fall on Thursday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

Phil Mickelson Misses Shooting a 59 With a Lip Out on the 18th Hole [VIDEO]

So close to tying the lowest score in a PGA event.

Phil Mickelson just misses a 59 at Phoenix Open

Protests at the state capitol got downright intense Tuesday. An ice jam formed Wednesday near Rogers Heights causing significant flooding. ...

Harig: Phil Mickelson nearly joins '59' club

On the cusp of shooting 59, Phil Mickelson's near-historic opening round at the Waste Management Phoenix Open provided a welcome distraction after a turbulent few weeks in golf, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.

A day of desert drama for Mickelson

Phil Mickelson watches his birdie putt on his final hole of the first round. SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.

Huge endorsement contract with Nike validates Rory McIlroy's place in the game

Rory's massive deal with Nike was a blockbuster moment for both parties.

Mickelson just misses in bid to shoot 59

Phil Mickelson's bid to join one of golf's rarest clubs fell short. Mickelson nearly became the sixth PGA golfer to shoot a 59, but he settled for 60 when his birdie putt on 18 lipped out.

Golf-Singh withdraws from Phoenix Open

Jan 31 (Reuters) - Vijay Singh pulled out of the Phoenix Open on Thursday before the start of the first round, a day after admitting he had used deer antler spray which contains an ingredient banned by the PGA Tour. The former world number one, who was scheduled to tee off in the company of American Ryan Moore and Swede Carl Pettersson at the TPC Scottsdale, cited a back injury for his ...