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PGA, DraftKings to open sportsbook at TPC Scottsdale

Legalized sportsbetting in Arizona would pave the way for the PGA and DraftKings to move forward with plans to open a sportsbook on the grounds of TPC Scottsdale. More »

 

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Juli Inkster, 60, signs up for U.S. Women's Open qualifier

Seven-time major champion and LPGA Hall of Famer Juli Inkster has signed up for the 36-hole U.S. Open qualifier to be held later this month. Inkster is 60. More »

 

Masters ratings increase from 2020 but lower than usual

The return of a springtime Masters tournament brought more television viewers than last November, but ratings were down from previous April events. More »

 

Masters ratings increase from 2020 but lower than usual

The return of a springtime Masters tournament brought more television viewers than last November, but ratings were down from previous April events. More »

 

Golf Glance: Webb Simpson defends at RBC Heritage

Field Level Media's Golf Glance provides weekly news and storylines from each of the major North American golf tours. More »

 

Report: Vaccinated PGA Tour players won't need COVID-19 tests

Players on the PGA Tour and affiliated circuits who have been fully vaccinated no longer will be required to take COVID-19 tests to play in tournaments, Golf Digest reported Tuesday. More »

 

Collin Morikawa: PGA defense 'a big star on my calendar'

Collin Morikawa finished off his tie for 18th at the Masters on Sunday and headed to South Carolina, site of this week's RBC Heritage. More »

 

Billy Horschel apologizes for conduct at Masters

After a weekend at the Masters when PGA Tour professional Billy Horschel got more attention for his bare feet than his play at Augusta National, he apologized for his fiery behavior. More »

 

Billy Horschel apologizes for conduct at Masters

After a weekend at the Masters when PGA Tour professional Billy Horschel got more attention for his bare feet than his play at Augusta National, he apologized for his fiery behavior. More »

 

Expert: Hideki Matsuyama's win could be worth $600M in endorsements

Hideki Matsuyama's historic victory at the Masters on Sunday could be worth $20 million per year in endorsements, a sports marketing expert told Sportico for a story published Monday. More »

 

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