News for Wednesday, April 30, 2014

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Mickelson applauds Quail Hollow changes

Count Phil Mickelson among the many players who have applauded the significant course changes at Quail Hollow Club, site of this week’s Wells Fargo Championship.

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Since Wells Fargo win, Ernst has changed it all

What did Derek Ernst do after winning last year's Wells Fargo Championship? For better or worse with exemption in hand, the young PGA Tour player changed everything: swing coach, swing, trainer, caddie, etc.

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Trump buys Turnberry, adds Open host to lineup

Donald Trump's 17th golf property will be among his most famous -- Turnberry will cost him a reported $63 million and add an Open Championship host to the developer's stable.

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Toy Box Extra e-magazine: April 30, 2014

Check out this week's Toy Box Extra, including our focus on wedge shafts, as well as winning bags from Seung-Yul Noh, Lydia Ko and Scottie Scheffler.

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Carlsson leads Auburn to dominant spring season

Led by senior Niclas Carlsson, the Auburn Tigers have flown under the radar for a good portion of the spring season but figure to continue their strong play heading into NCAA regional competition.

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North Texas LPGA Shootout: Tee times, 2nd round

Complete tee times and pairings for the second round of the North Texas LPGA Shootout at Las Colinas CC in Irving, Texas

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McIlroy, Fowler lead expert picks for Wells Fargo

Rory McIlroy and Rickie Fowler are among the PGA Tour players in this week's Wells Fargo Championship earning multiple mentions among our expert picks. See the rest right here.

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Woods lands course-design project in Texas

Tiger Woods will design Bluejack National, which will be built on the site of Blaketree National Golf Club and anchor a 755-acre private community in Montgomery, Texas, northwest of Houston.

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Cobra BiO Cell Pro Driver

With the May 1 release of its new BIO CELL Pro driver, Cobra expands the BIO Cell family to three clubs. Each is intended for a specific level of play.

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With new attitude, Garcia finds success on course

Over the last year and a half, Jorge Garcia has changed his attitude for the better. With his adjustment, the junior's golf game has subsequently followed suit.

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Notes: Zurich's latest 1st; Horschel's drop; more

The seventh player in 10 years to make the Zurich Classic his first Tour win, Seung-Yul Noh now must avoid being the fifth to have a second victory elude him; plus more news and notes from PGA Tour.

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GW Senior Amateur Events 2014

Golfweek hosts four 54-hole tournaments for amateur golfers, aged 55 and over with a handicap index of 8.0 or lower in the following divisions: Senior (ages 55-64), Super Senior (Ages 65 and over), and Legends (ages 70+). See below for results and registration links. CLICK HERE the latest Golfweek SENIOR NATION NEWSLETTER.

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Casey improvs way to T-11 in New Orleans

It wouldn’t be considered sound strategy to play a tournament without having gone around for a practice round. But for Paul Casey, circumstances forced a change of plans before finishing T-11 at New Orleans.

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Miller tries many doors in quest for Tour opening

When the door shut on Mike Miller's bid to win an exemption into a recent Web.com Tour event, he could have returned to the eGolf Tour. Instead, coming close made him determined to Monday qualify.

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PGA Tour season shows shakeup at top

Nos. 1, 2 and 3 from last year's final FedEx Cup points standings -- Henrik Stenson, Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker, respectively -- sit 91st, 204th and 164th, respectively, with only nine of the top 30 intact.

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Fox to air Norman’s tournament

Greg Norman and Fox Sports are expected to announce today that Norman’s event, the three-day Franklin Templeton Shootout at Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Fla., is moving to Fox this December.