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Super Bowl omens look bright for Mickelson
The omens look good this week for Phil Mickelson, a long-time fan of the National Football League who has made a habit of flourishing at the Waste Management Phoenix Open when the Super Bowl is in town. Read full article
Snedeker feels at 'centre of the sports world'
With Tiger Woods and the Super Bowl both back in town, Brandt Snedeker feels as if he is at the centre of the sporting world as he prepares to compete in this week's Waste Management Phoenix Open. Read full article
Scottsdale evokes strong memories for Tiger
Tiger Woods has not competed at the Waste Management Phoenix Open in 14 years but he is remembered most by the raucous crowds that gather here at the TPC Scottsdale for his electrifying debut. Read full article
Super Bowl, Tiger give Phoenix extra spark
The Waste Management Phoenix Open and Super Bowl are both being staged this week in the Phoenix area and Patrick Reed, one of the hottest players on the PGA Tour, is licking his lips in anticipation. Read full article
Woods is all smiles at Phoenix Open
Tiger Woods, set to compete at the Waste Management Phoenix Open this week for the first time in 14 years, was in a humourous mood on Tuesday as he spoke about his rusty game and a repaired set of teeth. Read full article
Haas wins Humana Challenge by one shot
Bill Haas took the lead with a birdie at the 16th hole on his way to a one-stroke victory at the $5.7 million Humana Challenge on Sunday. Read full article
Rusty short game costs Mickelson
Phil Mickelson has been a little rusty with his usually renowned short game in his first PGA Tour event in four months and he squandered the chance to shoot a low score at the Humana Challenge. Read full article
Kuchar slips back with messy finish
Overnight leader Matt Kuchar surprisingly dropped three shots in his last four holes to finish the third round of the $5.7 million Humana Challenge one stroke off the pace at La Quinta on Saturday. Read full article
Johnson set for PGA Tour return
Dustin Johnson will return to the PGA Tour at next month's Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego, ending a six-month leave of absence from golf to seek help for "personal challenges". Read full article
Kuchar moves one stroke clear at La Quinta
Fresh from a tie for third at last week's Sony Open in Hawaii, American Matt Kuchar maintained his red-hot form to grab a one-shot lead after Friday's second round of the Humana Challenge at La Quinta. Read full article
Putnam goes low to set Humana pace
The "light switch" clicked for journeyman Michael Putnam as he piled up nine birdies in his last 12 holes to seize a one-shot lead in Thursday's opening round of the Humana Challenge at La Quinta in California. Read full article
Reed ready for Humana title defence
While twice former champion Phil Mickelson will attract his usual large galleries at this week's Humana Challenge, last year's winner Patrick Reed will command his share of the spotlight. Read full article
Robert Allenby quits PGA Tour event
Robert Allenby, who reported being abducted, robbed and dumped from a car in a Hawaii park after failing to qualify for the Sony Open in Honolulu, says he has pulled out from a PGA Tour event in California. Read full article
Walker soars to nine-stroke win in Hawaii
Jimmy Walker slammed the door on his competition and rebounded from last week's disappointment with a tournament-record nine-stroke victory in the Sony Open at the Waialae Country Club in Honolulu on Sunday. Read full article
Allenby ponders whether to play next event
Australian golfer Robert Allenby says he is not yet sure if he will compete in next week's Humana Challenge as he recovers from facial injuries after he was kidnapped, beaten, robbed and dumped in a park. Read full article
‘Allenby attacked, robbed in Hawaii bar’
Australian golfer Robert Allenby was recovering from facial injuries on Saturday after he was kidnapped, beaten, robbed and dumped in a park in Honolulu, according to a report by the Golf Channel. Read full article
Walker surges clear in Honolulu
Jimmy Walker seized control of the Sony Open on Saturday with a third-round 62 that gave him a two-stroke advantage and a shot at redemption at the Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii. Read full article
Clark moves into the hunt in Hawaii
Justin Thomas carded nine-under-par 61 to charge into a share of the lead with fellow Americans Matt Kuchar and Webb Simpson after the second round at the Sony Open in Hawaii on Friday. Read full article
Casey, Simpson tied for lead
Webb Simpson proved he has made a smooth transition to a regular-length putter after shooting an eight-under-par 62 for a share of the Sony Open first round lead with Paul Casey in Hawaii on Thursday. Read full article
Walker in good shape for Sony Open
Deflated though he was after his playoff loss at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions on Monday, Jimmy Walker knows his game is in good shape ahead of his title defence at this week's Sony Open. Read full article
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