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5:08 PM ET Associated Press A Florida man has filed a lawsuit against Tiger Woods and his caddie, claiming he suffered injuries from the caddie pushing him out of the way during the Valspar Championship that Woods played two years ago. The civil complaint, filed Tuesday in Pinellas County, alleges Brian Borruso tried to take
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Golf is not so much our profession as it is our passion at Golf Digest, and often that passion translates to philosophical, analytical, ideological and, occasionally, idiotic workplace discussions about the game. During this time of pause in our sport (and in the world at large), we decided to take these office conversations online in
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9:05 PM ET Tiger Woods has been mostly quiet since the sports world went into lockdown, but he acknowledged Tuesday on social media that he would have been hosting the Champions Dinner at Augusta National had the Masters not been postponed. “Masters Champions Dinner quarantine style. Nothing better than being with family,” Woods captioned a
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3:39 PM ET A day after announcing an intended November date for the Masters, Augusta National officials locked the field for the proposed 2020 tournament, adding four players off the most recent Official World Golf Ranking. An Augusta National spokesman confirmed that the field had been updated, with 96 players qualifying for the event that
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8:39 PM ET Associated Press HOUSTON — For this most unusual year, the Houston Open gets its old spot back one week before the Masters. Augusta National picked Nov. 12-15 as the best date to move the Masters, postponed from this week because of the coronavirus. That week on the schedule previously belonged to the
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A new proposed golf schedule will move three of the game’s majors into the late summer and fall, with the cancellation of the sport’s oldest tournament. Augusta National Golf Club, the European Tour, LPGA, PGA of America, PGA Tour, R&A and USGA issued a joint statement on Monday, outlining the framework for golf to eventually
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President Donald Trump held a conference call on Saturday with leaders of many of America’s professional sports organizations, including PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan and his LPGA counterpart, Michael Whan. According to ESPN.com, Trump told the group that he expects the NFL season to start on time in September and he hoped other sports held
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2:53 PM ET Adam Schefter Close ESPN Senior Writer ESPN NFL Insider Joined ESPN in 2009 Former president of the Pro Football Writers of America and the author of four books Adrian Wojnarowski Close Senior NBA Insider Host of The Woj Pod Joined ESPN in 2017 In a conference call with major league sports commissioners
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9:33 AM ET ESPN News Services The U.S. Women’s Open has been postponed to December, the USGA announced Friday. The event had been scheduled for June 4-7 at Champions Golf Club in Houston, but it will now be played Dec. 10-13 because of the coronavirus pandemic. That would be the latest a major championship is
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10:16 PM ET The organizations that run the major championships along with the PGA Tour and European Tour are working collaboratively to put together a late summer/fall schedule in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Nothing is official, and the various entities appear to be waiting on a decision from the R&A, which runs The
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