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Golf: Injured Ko gears up for crack at record women's $1.5 million first prize

(Reuters) - Women's world number one Ko Jin-young is still worried about her injured ankle as she prepares for this week's CME Group Tour Championship, where a record first prize will serve as extra motivation. More »

 

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Golf-Injured Ko gears up for crack at record women's $1.5 million first prize

Nov 19 (Reuters) - Women's world number one Ko Jin-young is still worried about her injured ankle as she prepares for this week's CME Group Tour Championship, where a record first prize will serve as extra motivation. More »

 

Golf Glance: 60 players chase LPGA's richest prize

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

 

Eighteen majors a bridge too far for Woods says mentor O'Meara

CARY, N.C. (Reuters) - Matching or breaking the record for career major titles might just be a bridge too far for Tiger Woods, said his former mentor Mark O'Meara, who nevertheless hoped Woods will prove him wrong. More »

 

Golf-Eighteen majors a bridge too far for Woods says mentor O'Meara

CARY, N.C., Nov 19 (Reuters) - Matching or breaking the record for career major titles might just be a bridge too far for Tiger Woods, said his former mentor Mark O'Meara, who nevertheless hoped Woods will prove him wrong. More »

 

Todd wins at Mayakoba for second straight victory

Brendon Todd won the Mayakoba Golf Classic by one stroke on Monday to become the PGA Tour's first back-to-back winner since Bryson DeChambeau in 2018. More »

 

Todd holds off Taylor in Mexico for back-to-back PGA Tour wins

(Reuters) - American Brendon Todd held his nerve to secure a one-shot victory in the rain-delayed Mayakoba Golf Classic in Mexico on Monday as he lifted his second trophy in as many U.S. PGA Tour appearances. More »

 

Golf-Todd holds off Taylor in Mexico for back-to-back PGA Tour wins

Nov 18 (Reuters) - American Brendon Todd held his nerve to secure a one-shot victory in the rain-delayed Mayakoba Golf Classic in Mexico on Monday as he lifted his second trophy in as many U.S. PGA Tour appearances. More »

 

Golf: Ortiz in contention as darkness halts final round in Mexico

(Reuters) - Four players, including home favorite Carlos Ortiz, were bunched within one shot of the lead at the Mayakoba Classic in Mexico on Sunday when play was suspended due to darkness late in the final round. More »

 

Taylor, Todd tied for lead as play suspended at Mayakoba Classic

Vaughn Taylor and Brendon Todd were tied for the lead at 20-under par on Sunday when the final round of the Mayakoba Golf Classic was suspended due to darkness. More »

 

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