How it happened: Woods wins Players by two shots

Tiger Woods pulled away from the field after being tied with three others through 14 holes, winning his second Players Championship title in the process.

Tiger Woods pulled away from the field after being tied with three others through 14 holes, winning his second Players Championship title in the process.

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PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- It wasn't pretty, and took some help from the 17th hole, but Tiger Woods won his fourth PGA Tour title of the season with his first Players Championship title since 2001.

Woods fired a 2-under 70 -- which included a double-bogey at the par-4 14th that left the tournament in a four-way tie for the lead -- to win the title by two shots over David Lingmerth, Jeff Maggert and Kevin Streelman.

A birdie at the par-5 16th hole and then a clutch two-putt from 45 feet at No. 17 allowed Woods to hold off the field to pick up his 78th career victory.

"I hit the worst shot I could possibly hit (on No. 14)," said Woods, who has won in his 100th, 200th and now 300th career start. "But stayed really patient. I kept telling myself that was the first bad swing I had."

Sergio Garcia was tied for the lead when he stepped up to the par-3 17th hole, but would go in the water twice on the tough par-3 and drop off the leaderboard, picking up quintuple bogey. Jeff Maggert was also part of an earlier tie, only to pick up double-bogey at 17 to fall out of contention.

Here's how it all unfolded on Sunday at TPC Sawgrass:

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Update #4: 7:03 p.m. EDT

David Lingmerth finds the right rough off the tee, leaving himself more than 160 yards into the pin. Lingmerth's approach hits the green, but is 61 feet right of the pin. His birdie attempt runs 12 feet past and he misses the comebacker, firing an even-par 72.

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Hole #18: Par 4, 447 yards

That par was huge, as Sergio Garcia goes in the water twice on the 17th (posts a quadruple-bogey) and David Lingmerth misses a 10-footer for birdie on 17 to leave Tiger with a one-shot lead over Lingmerth.

Off the tee: Tiger hammers fairway metal down the throat of the fairway.

Approach shot: From just over 150 yards, Tiger starts walking after it at impact and it settles 15 feet behind the hole.

On the green: Tiger doesn't put enough mustard on his birdie putt and makes an 18-incher for par to force Lingmerth to birdie the final hole to force a playoff.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 2 under (13 under for tournament)

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Hole #17: Par 3, 137 yards

Big birdie from Tiger there, putting the pressure on Sergio Garcia to do the same behind him. Tiger must simply put this one on the green and not take a chance with the water.

Off the tee: With wedge in hand, Tiger simply puts it on the green, but will have 47 feet to the hole. While safe, not the shot he wanted. Tough two-putt upcoming.

On the green: Tiger's lag putt settles about 2 feet left of the hole. Beautifully played. He makes that to stay at 13 under.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 2 under (13 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Sergio Garcia has an eagle putt on No. 16, but misses left and he taps in for a birdie to jump into a tie for the lead with two to play.

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Hole #16: Par 5, 507 yards

That was a big par save for Tiger, who is tied with Sergio Garcia for the lead after Jeff Maggert hits his tee ball into the water on No. 17.

Off the tee: Tiger takes driver and tries to sneak it up the left side, but trickles into the long rough. Likely will need to lay up with the water right of the green.

Second shot: From 225 yards, Tiger flirts with the water and finds a bunker in the front of the green.

Around the green: Tiger nearly holes out the bunker shot and will have a tap-in birdie.

On the green: He does tap in to move to 13 under and regain a one-shot lead.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 2 under (13 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Jeff Maggert picks up double bogey on No. 17 to fall back to 10 under, two shots off the pace. Kevin Streelman is the clubhouse leader at 11 under. With a 2-foot birdie at No. 16, Henrik Stenson has moved to 11 under.

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Hole #15: Par 4, 449 yards

That was not very Tiger-like, especially with fairway metal in hand off the tee. The silver lining is that he is in a four-way tie for the lead (Sergio Garcia, David Lingmerth, Jeff Maggert).

Off the tee: The twirl returns, as Tiger hammers a fairway metal up the right side of the fairway. Big ball there.

Approach shot: From just under 165 yards, Tiger goes left of the flag and into the rough. Very tough chip upcoming.

Around the green: Tiger nearly holes out the chip, but it runs about 8 feet past. A must-make now.

On the green: He gets this one for a nice par and he stays in a three-way tie for the lead.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 1 under (12 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Sergio Garcia leaves his birdie putt on the lip at No. 14 and taps in for a par to stay at 12 under. David Lingmerth two-putts for bogey and falls back to 11 under.

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Hole #14: Par 4, 467 yards

Tiger with a solid par at No. 13 to retain his two-shot advantage.

Off the tee: Tiger makes his first big mistake, hooking his tee ball to the left and into the water. This puts those behind him back in the game.

Third shot: After the penalty drop, Tiger drops in the long rough to the left of a fairway bunker and hammers it up the right side, barely coming up short of the green from 260 yards out.

Around the green: A solid chip leaves Tiger about 6 feet to save bogey.

On the green: He misses on the high side with his bogey putt and he drops two shots, and is now part of a four-way tie for the lead.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 1 under (12 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: David Lingmerth birdies No. 13 to move to 12 under, as does Sergio Garcia, both moving into a tie with Jeff Maggert.

• • •

Hole #13: Par 3, 181 yards

That was a big birdie for Tiger, giving himself a two-shot lead with six to play.

Off the tee: Tiger blocks this tee ball over the back of the green. Needs to get up-and-down to not waste that birdie on No. 12.

Around the green: From just under 65 feet, Tiger hits a solid lag putt to about 3 feet right of the cup.

On the green: He calmly drops the putt and he stays two ahead of the field.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 3 under (14 under for tournament)

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Hole #12: Par 4, 358 yards

Tiger has hit the lip five times today with birdie putts. While pars are great at Sawgrass, Tiger is making this too close for comfort, at least by his standards.

Off the tee: Iron here and he takes it right up the right side, getting a kick out of the short rough and into the fairway.

Approach shot: Tiger takes an abbreviated swing, taking it in low to the back pin, leaving it about 15 feet under the hole. Needs this one for some cushion.

On the green: And he buries it. A huge birdie here, and the third time he has birdied No. 12 this week. He regains a two-shot lead.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 3 under (14 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Jeff Maggert makes a gutsy two-putt par from about 60 feet on No. 13 to stay at 12 under. Sergio Garcia makes a 5-footer for birdie on No. 11 to move to 11 under.

• • •

Hole #11: Par 5, 535 yards

Tiger's lead is now only one, as Jeff Maggert birdies the 11th ahead and has moved to 12 under. Tiger needs to take advantage of this hole.

Off the tee: Tiger takes driver here and pounds it down the center of the fairway. Big ball there.

Second shot: From 215 yards, Tiger hooks his shot and finds the left rough. Was definitely trying to keep the ball away from the water on the right.

Around the green: Tiger has to take a big swing out of the long rough and gets it to the green, but has 18 feet for birdie.

On the green: His birdie attempt hits the left edge and lips out, settling for a disappointing par. He retains a one-shot lead.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 2 under (13 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Henrik Stenson moves to within two shots of the lead with a birdie at No. 11, his third in a row. In the same group, Ryan Palmer also birdies to move back to 10 under.

• • •

Hole #10: Par 4, 424 yards

Tiger cards a 2-under 34 and now holds a two-shot lead heading into his final nine holes.

Off the tee: Tiger takes iron and flirts with the rough on the left, but it kicks hard right and finds the fairway. Another good bounce for Tiger.

Approach shot: From just over 165 yards, Tiger is on the green, but about 60 feet right of the pin. Won't be happy with that second shot.

On the green: Perfect read, but comes up about a foot short and another solid par. Still leads by two with eight to play.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 2 under (13 under for tournament)

• • •

Hole #9: Par 5, 583 yards

Tiger has been a monster on the par-5s this week at 11 under, and could use one here to separate himself even further from David Lingmerth.

Off the tee: Tiger simply takes long iron and slides it up the middle of the fairway.

Second shot: Tiger lays up and gives himself a wedge into the green.

Approach shot: Tiger avoids disaster here, getting it to about 20 feet left of the hole. Solid, but not great.

On the green: Tiger's birdie putt stays left of the hole and he makes a 2-footer for par. The most difficult par 5 on the course. He opens up a two-shot lead with the par.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 2 under (13 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Lingmerth nearly sends his tee ball on No. 8 into the water, hits his second to about 40 feet and two-putts for a bogey.

• • •

Hole #8: Par 3, 219 yards

That was a big bounce back birdie for Tiger, responding to his only blemish with a third birdie of the day to take a one-shot lead over Lingmerth.

Off the tee: Tiger takes 7-iron with the pin in the front, and plays it to just under 15 feet under the hole. Fantastic tee ball.

On the green: Tiger hits a solid putt, but the ball doesn't come back right at the end like he thinks and he taps in for a par.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 2 under (13 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Lingmerth pulls his birdie putt on No. 7 from about 12 feet and stays at 12 under with a par. Garcia misses from 15 feet and remains at 11 under.

• • •

Hole #7: Par 4, 442 yards

The sixth hole is a birdie hole, so that bogey might come back to bite Tiger. Still tied for the lead at 12 under.

Off the tee: Tiger takes fairway metal and hits a low bullet that finds the middle of the fairway. Nice response to that bogey.

Approach shot: You hear "1 yard!" and you know Tiger was playing for a specific spot. He barely misses that spot, coming to rest just in fringe and has a good look at birdie from 15 feet to the right of the hole.

Around the green: And he drains this one, taking back the lead at 13 under. A little fist pump after that one, too.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 2 under (13 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Lingmerth and Garcia both leave birdie putts inches short on No. 6, keeping Lingmerth tied for the lead at 12 under and Garcia one back.

• • •

Hole #6: Par 4, 393 yards

While Tiger has two birdies on his scorecard through five holes, it could easily be four or five at this point.

Off the tee: Tiger takes iron off the tee and tries to play a draw that simply doesn't draw enough, finding the right rough.

Approach shot: Tiger gets a nice break here, as his approach stays right and hits a tree, ricocheting just in front of the green.

Around the green: A solid chip from Tiger here, but he'll have 10 feet to save par.

On the green: Tiger picks up his first bogey in 21 holes, with the par putt sliding by on the left. He's now tied with Lingmerth atop the leaderboard.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 1 under (12 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Sergio Garcia gets back his lone dropped shot of the day, picking up a birdie on No. 5 and moves to 11 under. Lingmerth two-putts for par to remain one back of Tiger.

• • •

Hole #5: Par 4, 466 yards

Tiger is 9-for-9 on putts under 8 feet this week, including that birdie putt on No. 4. Now has the outright lead at 13 under.

Off the tee: Driver comes out of the bag for the first time and he finds the left side of the fairway with a power draw.

Approach shot: From nearly 185 yards, Tiger hits a very nice shot to about 10 feet left of the flag.

On the green: Tiger plays it a half-ball too far to the right and misses his birdie putt, settling for a par.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 2 under (13 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: David Lingmerth misses a 15-footer for birdie on No. 4 and stays at 12 under, one shot back of Tiger. Sergio Garcia three-putts from the fringe and drops a shot, moving back to 10 under.

• • •

Hole #4: Par 4, 384 yards

Tiger has burned the edge twice on mid-range putts thus far today, but remains tied for the lead at 12 under.

Off the tee: Tiger takes fairway metal again and slides it up the left side. Another fairway hit.

Approach shot: From about 125 yards, Tiger hits a nice ball to about 8 feet beyond the hole. Another good look at birdie upcoming.

On the green: Tiger walks this one in, picking up his second birdie of the day and takes the outright lead at 13 under.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 2 under (13 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: After both Lingmerth and Garcia fail to convert on 4-footers for birdie on No. 2, they both par No. 3. Lingmerth stays at 12 under, while Garcia is at 11 under.

• • •

Hole #3: Par 3, 171 yards

Tiger is 11 under on the par-5s this week, tops in the field. That last birdie gets him into a share of the lead.

Off the tee: The pin is in the back left and Tiger is aggressive, settling pin-high and about 20 feet to the right.

On the green: Tiger burns the right edge this time and leans over in amazement that it didn't fall. Another solid par, but he's going to need one of those to put the field on notice.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 1 under (12 under for tournament)

• • •

Hole #2: Par 5, 532 yards

Tiger has burned an awful lot of edges this weekend, as he could be well ahead of the field with a couple of those dropping. That one at No. 1 looked good.

Off the tee: Tiger rips a 3-wood, gets through the edge of the tree and runs up the left side of the fairway, coming to rest one ball into the left intermediate cut. Nice break there for Tiger.

Second shot: From more than 260 yards, Tiger sends his second shot into the left greenside rough. Solid shot.

Around the green: Tiger hits a nice chip shot to about 4 feet left of the hole.

On the green: Tiger takes his time on the read and he drains it to move into a tie for the lead with David Lingmerth.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 1 under (12 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: David Lingmerth opens his round with a 15-footer for birdie to take the outright lead at 12 under. Sergio Garcia misses an 8-footer for birdie and stays at 11 under. Jeff Maggert makes a long birdie putt on No. 3 to move to 10 under. Maggert missed a 6-footer for birdie on No. 1.

• • •

Hole #1: Par 4, 421 yards

Nothing earth-shattering here: Tiger is wearing red and black and there are huge crowds ready to make the 18-hole walk with the penultimate group.

Off the tee: No shock here, a fairway metal to start the day for Tiger and it finds the middle of the fairway.

Approach shot: Tiger hits a solid second shot into the green, sitting about 20 feet right of the pin.

On the green: Tiger thought he had this one, but it runs over the left edge and he settles for a solid par.

TIGER ON THE DAY: Even (11 under for tournament)

• • •

Update #3: 2:08 p.m. EDT

Ben Crane is simply on fire right now, draining a 10-footer at the par-5 9th to card a 5-under 31 on the front and move to 9 under overall, two back of a trio of leaders.

• • •

Update #2: 11:05 a.m. EDT

From our Jim McCabe: Maybe it was a concession to Mother’s Day or perhaps they decided to focus on the golf, not the rhetoric, but after they completed three-and-a-half holes to finish their third rounds of The Players Championship, Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia did not arm wrestle, kick-box, or spar. Read the full story here.

• • •

Update #1: 8:15 a.m. EDT

Sergio Garcia will be in Sunday's final pairing with David Lingmerth, as Garcia had the honors off the first tee, so he holds the tiebreaker over Tiger.

Garcia and Lingmerth will tee off at 2:38 p.m. EDT, while Tiger will play with Casey Wittenberg starting at 2:29 p.m.

• • •

Hole #18: Par 4, 447 yards

That was a statement birdie from Garcia, who has birdied his last two holes to jump back into a tie for the lead with Tiger and David Lingmerth.

Off the tee: Another fairway metal here and Tiger hits a nice cut that finds the middle of the fairway, nearly dead even with Garcia's tee ball.

Approach shot: Tiger puts it safely on the green, but will have 60 feet for birdie. Garcia pushes his second shot well right and it buries in the rough.

On the green: After a nice chip by Garcia to about 3 feet, Tiger hits an even better putt to about a foot. He taps that in to get into the clubhouse at 11 under and in Sunday's final pairing. Garcia also saves par.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 under (11 under for tournament)

• • •

Hole #17: Par 3, 122 yards

That was a very by-the-book birdie for Tiger at No. 16, moving into a tie for the lead in the process. Pin at 17 is in the front left, so should be a wedge here.

Off the tee: Has a little discussion with caddie Joe LaCava prior to choosing his club, takes sand wedge and hits a nice shot to about 16 feet right of the hole. Safe shot. Garcia's tee ball nearly flies into the hole, but spins back to about 12 feet.

On the green: Tiger plays the birdie putt too high and runs it about 3 feet past. It hit the right edge of the cup, but with a bit too much pace. He knocks that in for a par. Garcia does manage to pick up birdie and joins the leaders at 11 under.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 under (11 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Ryan Palmer and Henrik Stenson both par No. 18 to move to the clubhouse at 10 under, one off the current lead.

• • •

Hole #16: Par 5, 507 yards

That miss at No. 15 would have sent a statement to Garcia, but Tiger still picks up a shot on him as Garcia's short game lets him down.

Off the tee: Another fairway metal and another fairway hit. He's on the right side and should be able to get after it.

Second shot: From 230 yards, Tiger nearly flies it into the hole, hitting about 3 feet short of the cup and bounding just into the fringe. Eagle chip upcoming.

Around the green: Tiger's chip runs past the hole on the right and leaves himself 4 feet for birdie.

On the green: Tiger studies it and puts it in the back of the cup to move into a share of the lead.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 under (11 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: David Lingmerth goes well right of the fairway, has to lay up on No. 18 and settles for a bogey to fall back to 11 under after a 3-under 69.

• • •

Hole #15: Par 4, 449 yards

This should be an interesting final four holes of the third round, especially with the war of words between Garcia and Woods after the round. Definitely no love lost between them. Tiger is wearing a blue shirt with grey slacks at the outset of Sunday's restart.

Off the tee: Tiger hit his tee ball on Saturday and found the center of the fairway with 3-wood, continuing the trend of fairway metals off the tee.

Approach shot: From about 140 yards, Tiger plays a nice shot to about 8 feet right of the cup.

On the green: Tiger plays this putt a fraction too far to the left and it hits the left edge and cuts out. A disappointing par after a nice approach. Garcia can't get up-and-down from the front of the green and settles for bogey, going to 2 over on the round.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: Even (10 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Ryan Palmer makes a 2-footer for birdie on No. 17 to move to 10 under, tied with Tiger and Henrik Stenson in second.

• • •

Saturday coverage

Controversy causes a stir in Woods-Garcia pairing at The Players

It took less than two holes for controversy to rear its head in the Tiger Woods-Sergio Garcia final twosome in The Players’ third round Saturday.

5 Things: Lingmerth leads by 2 after a long day at TPC Sawgrass

It was a long day Saturday at the Players Championship, and for many reasons – inclement weather halting play for nearly two hours and early contenders playing their way out of the tournament. Here are 5 Things you need to know from Saturday’s third round at The Players.

Jeff Maggert turns back time at Players with third-round 66

At 49 years old, Jeff Maggert might not be as sharp as he once was back when he finished T-11 at the 2003 Players. But 10 years later and after a third-round 66, he can still see himself winning this week at TPC Sawgrass.

Bad play early by leaders, allows others to shine at TPC Sawgrass

'As if seeing Jeff Maggert re-appear at The Players Championship for the first time in 10 years or so wasn’t enough of a surprise, how about the suddenly shoddy play by your leaders? Having spent the better part of two days making birdie upon birdie, the top 12 names on the leaderboard through 36 holes found the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass a much different animal in Saturday’s third round.

• • •

Friday coverage

Players Championship: Tee times, third round, TPC Sawgrass

Check out the tee times and pairings, including some of the most interesting groups of the day, for the third round of the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass.

McCabe: TPC Sawgrass a pushover? Looks can be deceiving

TPC Sawgrass is playing easy? Really? Don't tell Phil Mickelson, Ian Poulter, Justin Rose or Nick Watney that -- they won't be sticking around for the weekend.

Rude: Finally, Players leaderboard features biggest names

In most years, the top of the Players leaderboard features little-known names, with Sawgrass eating the game's best alive. Not so in 2013, with the likes of Tiger Woods, Lee Westwood and Sergio Garcia leading the way.

5 Things: Sergio Garcia leads Players; Tiger Woods improves

The last time Sergio Garcia ended the day as the leader at TPC Sawgrass was after he won a playoff in 2008; second-place Tiger Woods’ 36-hole total is his career best by six shots; more.

McIlroy-Scott-Stricker trio takes Players spotlight again

Wedge games certainly aren't a problem for Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott and Steve Stricker during the second round. From there, each has different tweaks to their game plan.

Chappell fights ailment for 6-under 66 at Players

While congested, Kevin Chappell powered through on Friday to the tune of a 6-under 66 and is at 9 under heading into the weekend.

• • •

Thursday coverage

TPC Sawgrass' island-green 17th endures as tough test at Players

Certainly at TPC Sawgrass, the smallest is not necessarily the meekest. The 17th is not the most difficult hole on the golf course, but it’s the main attraction, with its large but intimidating island green.

Rude: Tiger Woods moves into unusually good standing at Players

Tiger Woods put himself in a position to contend for only the third time in his 15 starts at the PGA Tour's Players Championship, one of the few tournaments that has confounded him.

5 Things: Zach Johnson lurks, Scott Stallings wavers at Players

Scott Stallings starts his day with five birdies but walks away with just a 71, while Zach Johnson adds to his share of success at TPC Sawgrass with a 66 in his third straight trip to the Players, plus more.

Mahan finds his path, fires a 5-under 67 at Players

After struggling since a runner-up finish at Match Play, Hunter Mahan seemed to find his old magic in a 5-under 67 on Thursday at the Players Championship.

Scott, McIlroy, Stricker as good as advertised at Players

Masters champion Adam Scott shot a 3-under 69 to open the Players Championship while playing partner Rory McIlroy is among the leaders with a 6-under 66.

Castro takes cue from Kuchar, ties course record at Sawgrass

Roberto Castro entered Thursday having played the Players Stadium course at TPC Sawgrass just twice before, once in a pro-am and the other in a practice round Wednesday with Matt Kuchar and Geoff Ogilvy. He left with a 9-under 63.

How it Happened: Roberto Castro's 63 leads Players Championship

Roberto Castro tied the course record with a 9-under 63, while Rory McIlroy (66) and Tiger Woods (67) are within striking distance at the Players Championship. See how it all happened!

• • •

Pre-tournament coverage

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Donald, Mickelson, Westwood top predictions for Players Championship

Luke Donald is the most popular pick, mostly due to his short-game prowess. Lee Westwood and Phil Mickelson also register as favorites at this week's Players Championship.

Vijay Singh, 'angry and hurt,' suing PGA Tour over deer-antler case

Vijay Singh on Wednesday filed suit against the PGA Tour, alleging "violating its duty of care and good faith" in the recent controversy surrounding his use of deer-antler spray, according to a news release from Singh.

Davis Love III's long-awaited return comes at The Players

Davis Love III will be making his 28th Players start at TPC Sawgrass, a stat he says speaks to two things: “One, that means you’re old,” said the 49-year-old Love with a grin. “And two, it means you’ve stayed pretty competitive.”

Babineau: Hall of Fame showcases potent power of a dream

The thread of a Hall of Fame evening, as it usually is, is how the inductees took small sparks of opportunity and chance and somehow wove such a great game into the fabric of their lives.

Brandt Snedeker speaks out against rules call-ins from TV viewers

The topic of whether television viewers should be allowed to call in rules violations reared its head again Tuesday when Brandt Snedeker emphatically expressed his opinion.

Notes: Wells Fargo event deserved better than WDs

At some point, aren’t we justified to ask our athletes to do the right thing? Much has been made of the handful of PGA Tour members who didn’t do any of that last week, choosing instead to sulk about shoddy greens at Quail Hollow Club and withdraw.

Despite addition of green jacket, Adam Scott sticks to the plan

Nearly a month removed from his Masters victory, Adam Scott has managed as gentle a re-entry into the PGA Tour atmosphere as possible.

Graeme McDowell's recent success a product of accepting his own game

Graeme McDowell went nearly two years in between wins on the PGA Tour, making it back to the winner's circle behind accepting the way he needs to play the game and learning how to deal with his fame.

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