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Will the pay-TV deal make Saudi-backed LIV Golf more accessible and palatable to fans?

Will the pay-TV deal make Saudi-backed LIV Golf more accessible and palatable to fans?

Most likely, the only people who think much of the LPGA having to pay for TV time are the hardcore LPGA supporters who want the TV networks to pay the LPGA for broadcast rights. Most fans just turn on the TV and watch the women play, not thinking about the fact that they’re watching a …

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The 2023 Titleist Pro V1, Pro V1x makes its PGA Tour debut in Las Vegas

The 2023 Titleist Pro V1, Pro V1x makes its PGA Tour debut in Las Vegas

The only place better than Las Vegas in October to try out golf gear is indoors because the weather is consistently good and TPC Summerlin, the site of this week’s Shriners Children’s Open, tends to give up a lot of birdies. Last year, Sungjae Im won with a score of 24 under par. Therefore, Titleist …

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Mackenzie Hughes beats Sepp Straka on the second hole of the playoffs to win the Sanderson Farms Championship and his second PGA Tour victory

Mackenzie Hughes beats Sepp Straka on the second hole of the playoffs to win the Sanderson Farms Championship and his second PGA Tour victory

Mackenzie Hughes was highly motivated entering the Sanderson Farms Championship. Last week, he sat at home in Charlotte, North Carolina, as the Presidents Cup unfolded at the Quail Hollow Club across town. Hughes, the 31-year-old Canadian, was not part of the international team, so he was forced to watch from home. He wanted to make …

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Hughes beats Straka in playoffs for PGA title Sanderson Farms

Hughes beats Straka in playoffs for PGA title Sanderson Farms

Canadian Mackenzie Hughes sank an eight-foot birdie putt on the second hole of the playoffs on Sunday to defeat Austrian Sepp Straka to win the Sanderson Farms PGA championship. The 31-year-old from Hamilton captured the second PGA crown of his career after he and Straka finished 72 holes at 17-under-par 271 at The Country Club …

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Ryan Fox wins the 2022 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at St. Andrews with his deceased teammate in mind

Ryan Fox wins the 2022 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at St. Andrews with his deceased teammate in mind

Ryan Fox not only won for the second time in 2022 on the DP World Tour on Sunday, he did it at the House of Golf. Facing his family visiting from New Zealand, the 35-year-old claimed the 2022 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship by a shot at the Old Course at St. Andrews. After he dropped …

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Keegan Bradley goes low, Mark Hubbard in position for first win of five Sanderson Farms Championship third-round wins

Keegan Bradley goes low, Mark Hubbard in position for first win of five Sanderson Farms Championship third-round wins

JACKSON, Miss. – Don’t blink, you’ll miss another birdie. Moving day lived up to its mantra on Saturday at the 2022 Sanderson Farms Championship at The Country Club of Jackson. From the tee shot to the final cup shot at the hole, there were plenty of birdies in the third round, leading numerous players to …

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In Jay Monahan's next PGA Tour plan there will be winners, losers and even more players who complain.

In Jay Monahan’s next PGA Tour plan there will be winners, losers and even more players who complain.

When it comes to making consequential changes, the Global Home of the PGA Tour has a lot in common with the Vatican, two cloistered kingdoms accustomed to moving to the sleepy beat of papal encyclicals rather than with the immediacy expected in the modern world. It’s been 39 days since the Tour’s top authority, Jay …

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