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PGA TOUR announces 2019 Web.com Tour schedule

pgatour.com - 24 Sep 2018
The PGA TOUR announced Thursday the 2019 Web.com Tour schedule, which features 27 tournaments played in 17 states and four countries outside the United States and culminates with the Web.com Tour Finals in August and September. The Finals will ...
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Sky's PGA Tour coverage under huge threat

Telegraph.co.uk - 22 Oct 2018
In August, the only live coverage in the UK of the USPGA Championship, the season's final major, was on streaming service Eleven Sports. The PGA Tour signed a $2 billion (£1.54m) 12-year deal with Discovery – the media conglomerate which controls ...
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NBC hires Azinger to replace Miller

pgatour.com - 22 Oct 2018
Azinger, the 12-time PGA TOUR winner, 1993 PGA Champion and winning Ryder Cup captain in 2008, is expected to do four days of tournament coverage on Golf Channel and NBC, along with contributing to "Live from the Masters" on Golf Channel along ...
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Clutch Koepka closes again at THE CJ CUP

pgatour.com - 21 Oct 2018
Koepka walked out of Sunday's brawl in South Korea without a scratch on him as he claimed THE CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES by four shots. Just glancing at the leaderboard, which shows the reigning PGA TOUR Player of the Year closing with an 8-under 64 ...
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Equipment roundup: THE CJ CUP & NINE BRIDGES

pgatour.com - 22 Oct 2018
With four equipment brands represented in his bag, the reigning PGA TOUR Player of the Year is likely the future when it comes to equipment setups. Free agency may not be the best route for everyone, but a diversified setup built to the strengths of ...
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FedExCup makes it crucial to start season strong

Golf Channel - 21 Oct 2018
History suggests that winning before the calendar changes helps in the race for the FedExCup Playoffs. show less. PlaylistTrending. FedExCup makes it crucial to start season strongOct 21, 2018 · Can Koepka dominate as world No. 1?Oct 21, 2018.
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Who advanced and who fell short of leg two of the Playoffs

pgatour.com - 22 Oct 2018
15-time PGA TOUR winner Corey Pavin finished T15 to jump from 57th to 54th to snag the final spot in the second Playoff event. There were notable players that did not advance. Fred Couples, who did not play at the Dominion Energy Charity Classic, ...
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PGA Tour power rankings: Oct. 22-28, 2018

Golfweek - 21 Oct 2018
Here are the exclusive Golfweek PGA Tour golf power rankings for the week of Oct. 22-28, 2018: 20. Gary Woodland. Has started the new season with back-to-back top-5 finishes, including a solo second at CJ Cup. 19. Marc Leishman. Follows victory in ...
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Charlotte PGA Tour event: Donations up, title sponsor renewal close

Charlotte Business Journal - 22 Oct 2018
Tournament organizers are donating $1.5 million to charity this year, up from $1 million, while pushing for a contract extension to keep the event going beyond 2019. Subscribe to get the full story. Already a paid subscriber? Sign in. Subscribe to get the
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Expert Picks: THE CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES

pgatour.com - 16 Oct 2018
How it works: Each week, our experts from PGATOUR.COM will make their selections in PGA TOUR Fantasy Golf presented by SERVPRO. Each lineup consists of four starters and two bench players that can be rotated after each round. Adding to the ...
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Paul Casey's ace leads Shots of the Week

pgatour.com - 22 Oct 2018
Check out the top 5 shots of the week from THE CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES 2018 and the 2018 Dominion Energy charity Classic featuring Adam Scott, Kenny Perry, Scott Piercy, Brooks Koepka and Paul Casey.
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New world order on PGA Tour

Ukiah Daily Journal - 20 Oct 2018
For the second time in two weeks, fans of men's professional golf and the PGA Tour can turn on their televisions at 7 p.m. and watch live coverage of some of the game's top competitors. The likes of Justin Thomas, Adam Scott, Brooks Koepka, Ernie Els ...
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PGA Tour to provide caddies health insurance subsidy

Golf.com - 18 Oct 2018
UPDATE: This post has been adjusted to include a statement of clarification from the PGA Tour. After suing the PGA Tour in 2015, the PGA Tour caddies appear to be getting some of what they wanted: healthcare coverage. The Tour announced that it will be ...

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