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Augusta bound

After an unorthodox journey, Gary Woodland is a PGA Tour winner after claiming a one-shot victory at the Transitions Championship Sunday.

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Commentary: Is the Euro Tour's foundation cracking?

Something strange happened last week on the European Tour – a tournament was actually held in Europe. Such occasions are becoming rare.

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Webb wins inaugural Founders Cup by one

Karrie Webb won the inaugural Donnelly Founders Cup by one shot Sunday for her second consecutive LPGA win.

American Cody Slover triumphs in Colombian TLA event

For four and a half years, American Cody Slover has been waiting for a professional victory. The long wait ended suddenly when his 20-foot putt on the 72nd hole dropped for an eagle, giving him a one-stroke victory at the Pacific Colombia Tour presented by Helm Barranquilla Open Sunday afternoon.

Sunshine Tour rookie in 5th start claims Namibia PGA

From two meters off the green, JG Claassen struck his putt on the 16th hole of Windhoek Country Club. When it went in, it provided the decisive blow that yielded Claassen a victory at the MTC Namibia PGA Championship.

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Five Things: Woodland punches Augusta ticket

After an unorthodox journey, Gary Woodland is a PGA Tour winner after claiming a one-shot victory at the Transitions Championship Sunday.

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5 Things You Need To Know Now

Sergio Garcia began the 2009 season ranked No. 2 in the world. This weekend, he made his first PGA Tour start of the season at the Transitions Championship in Palm Harbor, Fla., ranked 85th.

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Woodland claims Transitions title, first Tour win

After an unorthodox journey, Gary Woodland is a PGA Tour winner after claiming a one-shot victory at the Transitions Championship Sunday.

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Imada, Tour donate money to Japan relief fund

The distance between Tokyo and Tampa is more than 7,000 miles, but many in the field at the Transitions Championship are feeling the effects of the earthquake and tsunami that affected the island nation in the past two weeks.

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Storms push Sicilian Open to Monday finish

France’s Raphael Jacquelin held a one-shot lead over England’s Anthony Wall when final-round play at the inaugural Sicilian Open was suspended because of darkness Sunday.