News for Sunday, February 2, 2014


News 2014 February 2


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Winner's Bag: Kevin Stadler, Phoenix Open

Winner's Bag: Kevin Stadler, Waste Management Phoenix Open

Kevin Stadler came from behind to win his first PGA Tour event on Sunday after he shot a closing-round 68 at the TPC Scottsdale. Here's what he had in his bag at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

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Stadler's win sets up father-son Masters

Kevin Stadler's first win sets up father-son Masters week

Kevin Stadler was 2 years old when his dad won the 1982 Masters. Craig Stadler would have stopped playing at Augusta years ago – but he’s been waiting on Kevin to join him. Well, this is the year.

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Kent State's Conners wins Jones Cup in playoff

Kent State's Corey Conners wins Jones Cup in one-hole playoff

Kent State's Corey Conners outlasted junior golf star Austin Connelly in a one-hole playoff to win the prestigious Jones Cup on Sunday afternoon in Sea Island, Ga.

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5 Things: Stadler wins; Watson wanes; more

5 Things: Kevin Stadler wins; Bubba Watson wanes; more

Several players chased their first PGA Tour victories Sunday at TPC Scottsdale -- and it was Kevin Stadler who earned that honor in winning the 2014 Phoenix Open, edging Bubba Watson and Graham DeLaet.

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Tour Tracker: Stadler wins Phoenix Open

Tour Tracker: Kevin Stadler tops Bubba Watson, wins Phoenix Open

Bubba Watson took advantage of moving day on Saturday, but Kevin Stadler passed him to earn his first PGA Tour win Sunday at the Phoenix Open. Follow along with the Tracker now!

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Lee bounces past Ko, wins in New Zealand

Mi Hyang Lee bounces past Lydia Ko, wins New Zealand Open

Lydia Ko came within a stroke of defending her New Zealand Open title Sunday, instead surpassed by a 63 from Mi Hyang Lee of South Korea that took the course record and the championship.

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5 Things: Gallacher defends title in Dubai

5 Things: Stephen Gallacher defends in Dubai; Rory McIlroy falters late; more

Stephen Gallacher became the first player in 25 years to defend his title at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic while Rory McIlory and Tiger Woods struggled Sunday. Here are 5 Things you need to know from the final round at Emirates Golf Club.

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Tracker: Gallacher wins in Dubai; Tiger ties for 41st

Tiger Tracker: Omega Dubai Desert Classic, final round

Tiger Woods enters Sunday's final round of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic 11 shots back of leader Stephen Gallacher. But while Woods will be playing for position, Gallacher will try to hold off Rory McIlroy and others to win a second straight title in Dubai. Follow now!