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PGA Tour's first event of 2019 might make sense for Tiger

Tiger Woods won't play as much as he did in 2018, which -- considering the schedule -- is why he could be in Hawaii in January.

 

 

Woods plans out 2019 after second-to-last finish in Bahamas

Tiger Woods wasn't apologizing Sunday after finishing well behind winner Jon Rahm at the Hero World Challenge and barely avoiding last place.

 

 

Inside Tiger Woods' 2018-19 season

Tiger is coming off a big year. Now what? We track every movement of his 2018-19 season.

 

 

Z. Johnson moves on from caddie after 15 years

After 15 years, 12 victories (two of them majors) and more than $44 million in PGA Tour earnings, Zach Johnson is ending his partnership with caddie Damon Green.

 

 

Molinari voted European Tour's player of 2018

Francesco Molinari has been voted the European Tour golfer of the year for 2018, capping a year in which he won his first major title and produced a historic performance at the Ryder Cup.

 

 

Kizzire, Harman win QBE Shootout by one stroke

Patton Kizzire and Brian Harman won the QBE Shootout on Sunday, eagling the par-5 17th and closing with a par for a one-stroke victory over Graeme McDowell and Emiliano Grillo.

 

 

Oosthuizen storms to South African Open win

Home favourite Louis Oosthuizen romped to a first-ever South African Open title after extending his overnight lead and finishing six shots clear after carding a final round 67 at the Randpark Golf Club on Sunday.

 

 

Tiger eyes playing role in Presidents Cup

Tiger Woods has given the strongest indication yet that he will tee it up as a rare playing captain in the 2019 Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne.

 

 

Tiger recalls Bush's speedy play, impact on golf

Tiger Woods called the Bush name "synonymous with golf." Said Tiger: "Anyone who's ever been around him knows how much he loved his golf and how much he supported it and how much we're going to miss him.''

 

 

PGA of America moving headquarters to Texas

The PGA of America is leaving Florida for a $520 million development in the Dallas area with two golf courses that will bring major championship golf back to Texas.

 

 

Norman duel, rare loss still fresh in Tiger's mind

The United States' one and only Presidents Cup loss to the Internationals 20 years ago still burns for Tiger Woods as he prepares to captain the U.S. team for the first time at the 2019 event in Melbourne.

 

 

Tireless Shubhankar Sharma proves he is the real deal

Last year, it may have been easy to dismiss Shubhankar Sharma as a fluke. Now, at the end of a hectic 2018, he is the No.1 player in Asia, and will be awarded the Order of Merit.

 

 

Rahm pulls away to win World Challenge by 4

Jon Rahm turned a potential shootout into a Bahamas breeze on Sunday, closing with a 7-under 65 for a four-shot victory in the Hero World Challenge.

 

 

Tiger didn't know he hit ball twice, avoids penalty

Instant replay showed that Tiger Woods hit his ball twice during a shot at the Hero World Challenge, but because it wasn't "visible to the naked eye," no penalty was assessed.

 

 

He's back ... now what? The next step for Tiger Woods

Tiger surprised everyone, maybe even himself, with his successful return to the big stage. What should we expect as he begins the next chapter?

 

 

Why 'The Match' missed the mark -- over and over

The Match needed Tiger and Phil to be Tiger and Phil. Instead, we got 22 holes of so-so golf from the sport's two biggest names.

 

 

How Phil beat Tiger: A look at all 22 holes

It took extra time, an invented hole and floodlights, but Phil Mickelson beat Tiger Woods in 22 holes to take home $9 million.

 

 

Sorry, Tiger and Phil, these are the matches we'd rather see

Tiger and Phil is nice and all. But if we are going to plunk down cash, we have some other matchups in mind.

 

 

Rory's schedule shift could cost him a chance to be Ryder Cup captain

Rory McIlroy wants to focus on the majors, which means playing more in the United States and less in Europe. The fallout? It might cost him the chance to be a Ryder Cup captain.

 

 

That time Steph Curry got his hands on the U.S. Open trophy

Steph Curry's love for golf is no secret. But you have to see the look on his face when he gets up close with the U.S. Open trophy.

 

 

He called shots and he took shots, now Johnny Miller calls it a career

The colorful Miller is retiring after three decades calling golf for NBC -- his last tournament will be the Phoenix Open in early 2019.

 

 

'Team player' Miller to retire as NBC analyst

After 29 years in the booth, NBC analyst Johnny Miller will retire after the Waste Management Phoenix Open in February. He will be replaced by Paul Azinger, a source told ESPN.

 

 

Brooks Koepka and the wild year no one saw coming

Brooks Koepka might not get the fanfare he thinks he deserves, but let's be honest, he doesn't do boring. His year was punctuated by injury, two major titles, 10 days of endless drama and a player of the year award.

 

 

Mickelson: Ryder Cup setup 'almost unplayable'

Phil Mickelson voiced his displeasure about the course setup at the Ryder Cup, especially the rough, which he called "almost unplayable" and "a waste of my time."

 

 

Koepka denies DJ fight, says team was 'fine'

Brooks Koepka has denied getting into a fight with Ryder Cup teammate Dustin Johnson and has defended the camaraderie of the U.S. team.