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Fan Voting Can Be A Huge Hit In Golf

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At this year’s 2013 PGA Championship, golf fans were able to vote on the Sunday flagstick placement on Oak Hill’s No. 15 green. It marked the first time television viewers were able to choose the set-up …

Which Golfer Deserves Amnesty?

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News broke overnight for the Los Angeles Lakers. They plan on exercising their amnesty on Metta World Peace, thus saving the team upwards of $21 million for next season. World Peace, 34, has been anything but …

TPC Sawgrass Recap: #NotMyFavoriteGuy

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You may have heard – unless your mother forbids you from watching golf on her special day – that this guy named Tiger Woods won THE PLAYERS Championship on Sunday. With that, he took home a cool $1.71 million, his second victory as a pro on the vexing TPC Sawgrass Stadium course, and his fourth title in seven tournaments this year. And he got another point in his little battle with Sergio Garcia. Their war of words was all the focus Sunday. It started the day before – with the two paired together – when Garcia grew annoyed on the second hole. He claimed Woods caused a distraction that forced him to slice his shot into the woods, and he voiced his displeasure on NBC during the weather delay.

Golf’s Equivalents Of Kim Kardashian

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Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte made headlines over the summer when he was billed as a possible threat to Michael Phelps’ reign atop the swimming world. Well, now he has a reality show set to launch on E! called “What Would Ryan Lochte Do?”

Pro Tips: Nothing Smells Better than Millions

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By now, everyone has seen those ridiculous Chanel ads featuring Brad Pitt and his weird new hair. Well, Chanel dropped $7 million to feature the beloved superstar in that campaign but now, Giorgio Armani is upping the ante even more. Cate Blanchett has just signed on for $10 million to do the Italian designer’s new fragrance campaign. $10 million to do a couple commercials? That perfume better have some sort of time traveling abilities or something.

What If…Golf Elected an Ambassador?

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Picture this: it’s 2016 and the anchoring ban is about to take effect. Maybe. The stiff-collared folks from the USGA are staring across a boardroom table at PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem. The two groups are at an impasse — the USGA is ready to ban anchoring and the Tour refuses to oblige. But then a loud burp comes from the corner of the room. “Oh, uh, yes,” Finchem says, “What do you think, Golf Ambassador?”