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Tiger Woods unveils new logo, opens up about the next 'chapter' of his life
Tiger Woods originally planned to make his comeback to competitive golf this past weekend at the Safeway Open, but he withdrew from the event at the last minute and explained that his game simply wasn't good enough to compete against PGA Tour pros.When Woods eventually does return to the course (tentatively scheduled for the Hero World Challenge on December 1st), he'll probably be sporting a new logo on the side of his hat. Woods announced the launch of Tiger Woods Ventures, what he describes as the "next step" in his career.Via TigerWoods.com:As I work toward returning to the sport I love, I'm also taking the next step in what I like to call Chapter 2: my evolution as a competitor off the course.That next step -- and my next chapter -- is TGR."In an address to the people who work for TGR, Woods reiterated that he's fully committed to making a comeback on the golf course and joked about what he's been doing in his time off."To clarify, I have not been lounging around watching "Caddy...
Watch: Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnston answers questions while riding mechanical bull
English golfer Andrew “Beef” Johnston has done some crazy things in his short time as a prominent golfer, including teeing off a hamburger and telling reporters he was going to get hammered after winning a European Tour event. Johnston might have managed to top his past goofiness with something even more ridiculous. After becoming a fan favorite at this past weekend’s British Masters, Johnston decided it was a good idea to ride a bull while answering questions from fans. It’s hard to even know how this came about as a thing. But it’s still damn funny. I would love to see this happen at some of the cliché-filled press conferences we have here in the states. For American golf fans, be prepared to see Johnston and his antics sooner rather than later. He recently earned his PGA Tour card. We can only imagine how weird it will get if he starts doing these sorts of things at hallowed U.S. courses like Augusta National. [The Big Lead] The post Watch: Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnston answers questions whi
WATCH: Highlights | Brendan Steele rallies for the win at Safeway
In the final round of the 2016 Safeway Open, Brendan Steele rallied coming down the stretch to finish with three-straight birdies to claim his second career PGA TOUR title.
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Tiger Woods' withdrawal took the air out of the Safeway Open - and the official start of the wraparound 2016-17 PGA Tour season - before it even started, but Brendan Steele and Patton Kizzire delivered a nail-biting finish at the Silverado Resort Sunday.Steele posted a 65 in his final round to take the clubhouse lead at 18-under par, carding birdies on each of his last three holes to take a one-stroke lead on Patton Kizzire.Kizzire - still seeking his first PGA Tour victory - made what might have been the most important putt of his career to save par on 16 and give himself a chance at the par-5 18th, but an errant drive left him in the rough and forced him to layup to 145 yards. His approach missed the green to the right, and Kizzire's pitch-in attempt for birdie stopped just a few inches from the cup.Steele's win his the second of his career, and the first since the 2011 Valero Texas Open. The PGA Tour will go overseas next weekend for the CIMB Classic in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, fo...
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WATCH: Highlights | Johnson Wagner pulls ahead late at Safeway
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PGA Tour player claims he was drug tested after flex photo
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