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By Pete Madden
Vijay Singh’s drug-testing case against the PGA Tour is headed to trial.
The New York State Supreme Court denied the PGA Tour’s motion to dismiss Singh’s lawsuit in which he alleges that he was treated differently than other golfers under the Tour’s Anti-Doping Program after he admitted to using deer antler spray in a February 2013 article on SI.com.
MARANA, Arizona (AP) -- Jimmy Walker has been at the front of the pack just about all season on the PGA TOUR. The FedExCup points leader got a jump on the field in the World Golf Championships-Match Play Championship, too.
The Texan was the first player to reach the second round Wednesday at Dove Mountain, finishing off South Africa's Branden Grace 5 and 4 before the last dozen matches even started.
You probably have already received or read this year version of Golf Digest's Hot List, their annual look at top golf club equipment from manufacturers. Over the years, I have anticipated the release of this issue because, like most avid golfers, buying new equipment is something I never have a hard time justifying and what better way to narrow down the list of possible choices than by reading real-life feedback from golfers like me? But the last few years, I've grown a bit more wary of the results, not because of the testers, but because of the process. And here's why.
The Eisenhower Tree, so much a part of Augusta National that not even a sitting U.S. president could have it taken down, was removed from the 17th hole this weekend because of damage from an ice storm, the club said Sunday.
"The loss of the Eisenhower Tree is difficult news to accept," club chairman Billy Payne said. "We obtained opinions from the best arborists available and, unfortunately, were advised that no recovery was possible."
With the Masters only two months away, Payne said there was no other significant damage to the course.
#AWESOME #Golf Putt: Halftime 95-Footer By First Timer nets him $15K toward new car http://goo.gl/UCjTdh
Joel Erickson explains that not only had Patrick Burch never been to a college basketball game when he got the chance to win $15,000 toward a new car by sinking a long putt. And he has never played golf either.
So of course he drained a 90-footer from baseline-to-baseline.
Sir Nick Faldo suggests it wise to do some on-course practicing. Clearly you would not be doing this during your Sunday morning 4some but if you're out late in the day and have the course mostly to yourself, maybe give this a try. But remember, you can't post scores from your practice rounds!
Practice (carefully) on the course.
Two weeks after Watson made a pair of late bogeys in the Phoenix Open, he delivered the best closing round at Riviera in some three decades. Watson played the final 39 holes without a bogey and shot a 7-under 64 on Sunday to win the Northern Trust Open.
It was his first victory in 22 months and 41 tournaments worldwide dating to the 2012 Masters.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- One of the most gorgeous tee shots at Pebble Beach is one that hardly anyone hits.
At least for now.
In a press conference at Riviera Country Club, Tom Watson announced Raymond Floyd as his second vice-captain for the 2014 Ryder Cup.
“Raymond brings a tremendous amount of experience,” Watson said. “I played for him in 1989 and chose him in 1993 to be my at-large pick. He performed admirably. You look in Raymond’s eyes, and you never see his eyes waver. They have a focus you like to see. No matter if he’s shooting 80 or 65. The way he played the game was that every shot counts.”
I've read Wall's column before. Some player equipment changes that were going on lead up to and during the AT&T.
By Jonathan Wall, PGATOUR.COM Equipment Insider
Former AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am winner Phil Mickelson made a mid-tournament putter change on Friday, swapping out his Odyssey Versa #9 (white-black-white) for a new Metal-X Milled Versa #9 HT.
PINEHURST, N.C. -- Pinehurst's No. 2 course will be set up the same way for both U.S. Open and U.S. Women's Open this year.
U.S. Golf Association executive director Mike Davis said Saturday that the par-70 course will play at about 7,500 yards for the men's and about 6,700 yards for the women.
"On a given hole, if the men are hitting drivers, we want to see the women hit drivers," he said during the USGA's annual meeting. "If the men are hitting 6- to 8-irons for approach shots, that's what we want to see the women do."
By Helen Ross, PGATOUR.COM
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- D.A. Points, who won the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in 2011, has been disqualified.
While he was waiting to hit his drive on the 18th tee at Pebble Beach on Friday, Points took a green sponge ball out of his bag, put it under his arm and made several practice swings. Fans saw it, reported it to a rules official and Points was subsequently disqualified for being in violation of Rule 14-3.
BY MELISSA DAHL
A new study suggests something encouraging for busy people: Every minute of movement counts toward the 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity we’re all supposed to be getting each week. University of Utah researchers found that each minute spent engaging in some kind of moderate to vigorous physical activity was associated with lower BMI and lower weight.
Players competing in all USGA amateur events in 2014 will be allowed to use range finders. The decision, announced today by the USGA, follows a similar one made last month by the R&A, which permitted range finders in its amateur events.
The rule change applies only to amateur events, so we won’t be seeing any professionals using range finders during competitive play at the U.S. Open, U.S. Women’s Open or Senior Open — at least not yet.
Here’s the official word from the USGA: