Block: Hatton May Just Shock The World At The MastersAs a boy growing up in the deprived suburb of High Wycombe, England, situated in the affluent county of Buckinghamshire, all Tyrrell Hatton wanted to be was a professional golfer.
Liguori: Gearing Up For Bay Hill After A Great Valspar ChampionshipWhen it comes to fun for the entire family, hospitality and an overall "feel-good' atmosphere," there are no better tournaments back-to-back on the PGA Tour than the Valspar Championship and the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Liguori: 2017 Shaping Up To Be The Year Of Dustin JohnsonIn Mexico, he had a one-shot lead with one hole to play and hit an awkward-lying bunker shot to within 20 feet of the hole for a two-putt par to win with a 3-under 68. He overcame bogeys on holes 12 and 13. He wasn’t even putting his best and he still won.
Block: Regardless Of Criticisms, Fowler Played Like A Champion At Honda ClassicClichés are a language synonymous with sports jargon, but veteran play-by-play analyst Johnny Miller should have held himself to a higher standard when unfairly evaluating Rickie Fowler.
Block: Let's Not Put The Green Jacket On Spieth Again Just YetJordan Spieth looks like the odds-on favorite to win The Masters, but there are plenty of players out there who can beat him.
Block: Tiger Woods Is One Step Closer To The End Of His Pro CareerIn the three rounds he has played in 2017, Tiger Woods has shot a 76, 72 and 77. He missed the cut at Torrey Pines, and was on his way to doing the same in Dubai.
Back Spasms Force Tiger To Withdraw From Dubai Desert ClassicWoods made a comeback after multiple back surgeries after a 16-month layoff, and was expected to play four times in five weeks, starting from last week's Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines, where he missed the cut.
Block: Don't Expect Tiger To Roar Once Again At Torrey PinesAssuming Tiger Woods will be competitive, much less dominate, in his first PGA Tour start since August of 2015 is more like subscribing to an "alternative fact."
Block: January Test For Four Of Golf’s Best Heading Into 2017Three reigning majors winners — two of whom are currently top four in the world — and the tournament’s defending champion descended on the southeast portion of the Arabian Peninsula Thursday for the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
Block: Justin Thomas Continues To Outshine Golf's Household NamesThe sublime Hawaiian archipelago certainly agreed with the young golfing sensation, winner of the Sony Open on Sunday at 27-under.
Block: PGA Tour's Youth Movement Is Only Getting StrongerNothing embodies the duality of beauty and mental anguish like the game of golf. And as it turns out, youth is pretty important, too.
Silverman: Just How Far Can The New Tiger Woods Go?There is little belief that Tiger will once again be a dominant figure who picks up major victories and wins at other tour stops throughout the year.

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