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Report: Judge tells McIlroy, Horizon to mediate

A judge has ordered Rory McIlroy and his former management company, Horizon Sports Management, to discuss mediation rather than a trial, according to reports.

Tiger Woods Foundation receives Patterson Award

The Tiger Woods Foundation has been named a recipient of the 2014 Steve Patterson Award for Excellence in Sports Philanthropy.

BMW to make 2016 return trip to Crooked Stick

The 2016 BMW Championship is headed to Crooked Stick Golf Club, marking the third time in a five-year span that the PGA Tour's Chicago staple will be contested away from the Windy City.

Mizuno MP-15 irons

The new MP-15 from Mizuno is the latest advancement in Mizuno's design concept of combining titanium and steel in an iron clubhead.

IAGA's Fox: Tenure includes 'giving back'

IAGA president Jay N. Fox discussed the current health of the game of golf as well as some future challenges and opportunities, including working on goals common to state associations and the USGA.

McDowell to leave Horizon Sports Management

Graeme McDowell will leave Horizon Sports Management to start his own management company at the end of the year, departing from the Dublin agency after a seven-year relationship.

Doak to build reversible course in Michigan

Golf course architect Tom Doak is set to begin work on a reversible golf course at Forest Dunes Golf Club in Roscommon, Mich.

New PGA Tour event opposite British Open

The PGA Tour will again host a tournament while the game's best are playing the British Open in 2015 -- with Opelika, Ala., set to be the host city, reports say.

Tiger sets deal for new game with Zynga

Tiger Woods is back in the video-game business after an announcement by Zynga, the social gaming company, on Thursday after Woods' round and markets closed.

Historic Keller GC reopens following renovations

The host course of the 1932 and 1954 PGA Championships, Keller Golf Course in Maplewood, Minn., has reopened after renovations by Richard Mandell -- retaining its familiar character.

LPGA to open 2015 season in Florida

The LPGA will open its 2015 season at Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club, according to a letter posted on the Ocala, Fla., club’s website and an email sent to players.

Upper Deck releasing golf trading cards

Upper Deck, the Carlsbad, Calif., collectibles and memorabilia company, has announced that this week it will release the 2014 Exquisite Collection Golf card set.

Sources: Sonders leaves Golf Channel to join Fox

Holly Sonders, star of Golf Channel’s “Morning Drive” and other shows, has left the channel after turning down a new contract offer and is expected to join Fox Sports, according to sources.

Pinehurst adds ninth course to portfolio

The Jack Nicklaus-designed National Golf Club in Pinehurst, N.C., has been bought by Pinehurst Resort & Country Club; its course will be renamed Pinehurst No. 9.

Work on Olympic golf course might stop

Rio 2016 Olympics organizers confirmed work on the golf course might be stopped unless the developer shows it is following environmental regulations and other requirements under Brazilian law.

Tiger Woods Foundation names new CEO

After an extensive national search, Tiger Woods has found the man to take over the reigns of the Tiger Woods Foundation. Woods announced today the appointment of Rick Singer as president and CEO, effective in June.

LPGA to revive Portland Classic name

The LPGA's former Safeway Classic will return to the Portland Classic name with a new sponsor this year in Cambria Health Solutions.

Winner's bag: Brendon Todd, HP Byron Nelson

Here is a complete list of the clubs Brendon Todd used to win the 2014 HP Byron Nelson Championship on PGA Tour.

Calif. fires force golf companies to evacuate

Wildfires in Carlsbad, Calif., and surrounding areas forced the evacuation of several major golf equipment companies Wednesday, including Cobra-Puma Golf, TaylorMade-Adidas Golf and Callaway Golf.

ClubCorp acquires TPC courses in Michigan, N.C.

ClubCorp has announced the acquisition of two Tournament Players Club facilities: TPC Michigan in Dearborn, Mich., and TPC Piper Glen in Charlotte, N.C.

Temporary restraining order

Acushnet Company, et al., Plaintiffs, vs. 100golfclubs.com, et al., Defendants: Order Granting Temporary Restraining Order Ex Parte

Lawsuit filed against Greenbrier Hotel Corp.

Jim Justice, who rescued The Greenbrier Resort from bankruptcy and landed a PGA Tour event for the West Virginia landmark, and his Greenbrier Hotel Corp. face a $1.275 million lawsuit as Aspen Corp. alleges nonpayment for landscaping services in the run-up to this summer’s tournament.

Notice of mechanic’s lien

Jim Justice, who rescued The Greenbrier Resort from bankruptcy and landed a PGA Tour event for the West Virginia landmark, and his Greenbrier Hotel Corp. face a $1.275 million lawsuit as Aspen Corp. alleges nonpayment for landscaping services in the run-up to this summer’s tournament.