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TaylorMade captures Industry Cup for second time

TaylorMade captures Industry Cup for second time

Behind Frank Firman, Greg Cesario, Pete Roberts and Joe Ryon, TaylorMade wins 2013 Industry Cup title.

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Bjorn rallies with 2 eagles for 65, wins Sun City

Thomas Bjorn rallies with 2 eagles for 65, wins Sun City

Thomas Bjorn had two eagles in his last nine holes, one brilliant and one a bit lucky, to overtake overnight leader Jamie Donaldson and win the 2013 Nedbank Golf Challenge.

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5 Things: Johnson bests Woods in playoff

5 Things: Zach Johnson bests Tiger Woods in World Challenge playoff

Zach Johnson's approaches down the stretch defined the dramatic ending at the 2013 Northwestern Mutual World Challenge, in which he defeated Tiger Woods in a playoff.

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Notes: Joh surfs on; Feng misses; more

LPGA Q-School notes: Tiffany Joh surfs on; Yueer 'Cindy' Feng misses; more

After a season in which she made only five cuts in 14 events and finished 117th on the money list, Tiffany Joh regrouped to earn her LPGA card at Q-School; Yueer "Cindy" Feng misses by a shot; more news.

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How it Happened: Johnson tops Tiger in playoff

How it Happened: Zach Johnson tops Tiger Woods in World Challenge playoff

A strong comeback by Zach Johnson helped him tie Tiger Woods after 71 holes -- followed by two unlikely passes at the 18th as the Iowan won the World Challenge on the first playoff hole.

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Green, 19, takes Q-School in runaway fashion

Jaye Marie Green, 19, takes Q-School in runaway fashion

Nineteen-year-old Jaye Marie Green set an LPGA Q-School record with a 29-under 331 total over 90 holes, beating the field by 10 strokes.

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Ko's first win as pro comes in Taiwan

16-year-old Lydia Ko's first win as pro comes in Taiwan

By three shots over So Yeon Ryu, teenager Lydia Ko snares her first win as a professional -- though not her first pro tourney win -- at the Swinging Skirts World Ladies Masters.

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5 Things: Jimenez wins Hong Kong playoff

5 Things: Miguel Angel Jimenez wins Hong Kong playoff

Miguel Angel Jimenez, the oldest player to work into a three-way playoff, won the Hong Kong Open and broke his own European Tour record.