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Olympia Fields approves South Course restoration by Andy Staples
Olympia Fields approves South Course restoration by Andy Staples

The work, scheduled to begin in the fall of 2021, is intended to improve the ground game on 18 the famed Chicago-area golf club's 36 holes.

SEE IT: Aaron Hicks hits hole-in-one on a par 4
SEE IT: Aaron Hicks hits hole-in-one on a par 4

If Aaron Hicks decides to retire early for some reason, he seems to have a pretty good backup plan.

For first time, Official World Golf Ranking top 25 features five players under age 24
For first time, Official World Golf Ranking top 25 features five players under age 24

For the first time, the Official World Golf Ranking top 25 features five players under the age of 24.

The American Express Preview
The American Express Preview

Fans will see some big changes at this year's American Express at PGA WEST, most noticeable will be the lack of a pro-am format for the 2021 edition. (AP)

Cheyenne Woods shares hole-in-one on par 4 by Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks
Cheyenne Woods shares hole-in-one on par 4 by Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks

The Yankees outfielder scored the ace on a 303-yard hole with a 3-wood at Silverleaf Club, as shown in the LPGA player's Instagram story.

Favorite Jon Rahm withdraws from The American Express
Favorite Jon Rahm withdraws from The American Express

Betting favorite and past winner Jon Rahm withdrew from The American Express on Monday.

American Express odds: Jon Rahm significant favorite over Patrick Cantlay, Patrick Reed
American Express odds: Jon Rahm significant favorite over Patrick Cantlay, Patrick Reed

Jon Rahm is a significant favorite to win this week in Palm Springs, according to PointsBet Sportsbook.

This week in golf (Jan. 18-24): TV schedule, tee times, info
This week in golf (Jan. 18-24): TV schedule, tee times, info

Here's a look at what's happening in professional golf this week, and how you can watch it.

Kevin Na jumps into Ryder Cup conversation after Sony Open triumph
Kevin Na jumps into Ryder Cup conversation after Sony Open triumph

After Sunday's victory at the Sony Open, Kevin Na gained some serious ground in the latest U.S. Ryder Cup standings.

Golf: Spirited finish allows Kevin Na to win Sony Open
Golf: Spirited finish allows Kevin Na to win Sony Open

Kevin Na overcame a three-stroke deficit with six holes to play with three straight birdies and another on the 18th hole to win the Sony Open in Honolulu on Sunday. Na carded a 5-under-par 65 on Sunday to finish at 21-under 259 at Waialae Country Club. The 37-year-old Na recorded his fifth PGA Tour victory by edging Chris Kirk and Chile's Joaquin Niemann, who tied for second one shot back.

Kirk
Kirk's long road back ends with finish that feels like a win

The scene was familiar on the PGA Tour, except that it typically involves the winner. The Sony Open wasn't even over and Chris Kirk had reason to celebrate. Kirk's pitch was perfect, leading to a birdie that gave him a share of the lead after his fourth consecutive round of 65.

Despite coming up short at Sony Open, Chris Kirk keeps PGA Tour card with last start on major medical
Despite coming up short at Sony Open, Chris Kirk keeps PGA Tour card with last start on major medical

Chris Kirk took a months-long break from the PGA Tour to seek treatment for alcohol abuse and depression. He has secured his card again.

Kevin Na has a big finish and wins the Sony Open
Kevin Na has a big finish and wins the Sony Open

The consolation prize belonged to Chris Kirk, and it felt like a win. ''It totally changes everything being able to be back to picking my schedule like I'm used to over the last number of years,'' Kirk said. Na could have felt similarly.

Winner
Winner's Bag: Kevin Na, Sony Open in Hawaii

A complete list of the golf equipment that Kevin Na used to win the PGA Tour's 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii.

Kevin Na closes Sony Open with clutch birdie for fifth career PGA Tour title
Kevin Na closes Sony Open with clutch birdie for fifth career PGA Tour title

Kevin Na overtook Brendan Steele in the final round of the Sony Open and leaves the 50th state with the title, his fifth career win on Tour.

'It started in Vegas': 15 biggest takeaways from Part 2 of HBO's documentary, 'Tiger'

The latest episode of HBO's documentary about Tiger Woods takes a look at his relationship with Rachel Uchitel. Here are 15 takeaways from Episode 2.

Kevin Na wins after avoiding third straight Sony Open WD
Kevin Na wins after avoiding third straight Sony Open WD

Kevin Na's victory Sunday at the Sony Open almost didn't happen after Na pulled a rib on Wednesday.

In final start on major medical, Chris Kirk keeps his full PGA Tour card
In final start on major medical, Chris Kirk keeps his full PGA Tour card

Chris Kirk made a clutch birdie on his 72nd hole to tie for second at the Sony Open and satisfy his major medical in his last start.

Kevin Na wins Sony Open by one for fourth win in as many seasons
Kevin Na wins Sony Open by one for fourth win in as many seasons

The PGA Tour's fortnight in Hawaii came to an end in exciting fashion as Kevin Na birdied four of the final six holes to earn his fourth win in four years.

Lynch: Justin Thomas learned something this week. Everyone else? Not so much.
Lynch: Justin Thomas learned something this week. Everyone else? Not so much.

Eamon Lynch: By the time the commentariat moves on to the next outrage, Justin Thomas will likely be the only person to have drawn a lesson.

Part II of
Part II of 'Tiger' documentary completes a fascinating story, but we're left wanting more

The second part of HBO's documentary "Tiger" is a revealing portrait of his fall from the top of the mountain.

Sony Open purse payout: Kevin Na cashes another first-place check
Sony Open purse payout: Kevin Na cashes another first-place check

Here's a look at what Kevin Na and the rest of the players who made the cut at the Sony Open earned in prize money.

'It... spun out of control': Part 2 of HBO's Tiger Woods' documentary gets personal

Tiger Woods' life has played out in the public eye, and no matter how hard he tried to control his image, even his darkest secrets could not be hidden.

Sunday tee times, TV info for the 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii
Sunday tee times, TV info for the 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii

Check out finalround tee time and television information for the 2021 Sony Open in Waialae Country Club in Honolulu.

Brendan Steele in ideal place to make amends, leads Sony Open in Hawaii by 2
Brendan Steele in ideal place to make amends, leads Sony Open in Hawaii by 2

With 18 holes left in Honolulu, 16 players are within five shots of the lead, 22 within six shots. Weather has moved up Sunday tee times.

American Steele fires 61 to swipe lead at PGA Sony Open
American Steele fires 61 to swipe lead at PGA Sony Open

Brendan Steele birdied three of the last four holes on the front and back nines to shoot a nine-under par 61 and seize a two-stroke lead after Saturday's third round of the PGA Sony Open.

Steele takes lead with 61 to get another chance in Sony Open
Steele takes lead with 61 to get another chance in Sony Open

Brendan Steele had the lowest score of his PGA Tour career with a 9-under 61, giving him a two-shot lead and another chance to win the Sony Open. Overnight rain at Waialae Country Club, coupled with the tropical wind not even strong enough to make palm trees sway, left the course as vulnerable as it has ever been. Kevin Na also had a 61 and was two shots behind, along with Kapalua runner-up Joaquin Niemann.

Kevin Na walking tall again, in hunt in Sony Open in Hawaii
Kevin Na walking tall again, in hunt in Sony Open in Hawaii

Kevin Na and Keith Mitchell are in contention after low rounds Saturday at the Sony Open.

Sony Open: Final round tee times pushed up due to expected storms
Sony Open: Final round tee times pushed up due to expected storms

Final round tee times were pushed up for Sunday's final round of the Sony Open due to expected storms.

After playoff loss last year, Brendan Steele (61) leads through 54 holes at Sony
After playoff loss last year, Brendan Steele (61) leads through 54 holes at Sony

Brendan Steele lost last year's Sony Open in a playoff. He shot 61 on Saturday to take the 54-hole lead.

Sunday tee times moved up, TV schedule adjusted at Sony Open
Sunday tee times moved up, TV schedule adjusted at Sony Open

Tee times were pushed forward two hours for Sunday's final round of the Sony Open in Hawaii.

Paradise not always peaceful during tour's Hawaii swing

Paradise is not always peaceful when it comes to the PGA Tour's two-week swing through Hawaii. Dating to 1999, the tour has started its new years with two tournaments on two islands in the Pacific where the palm trees sway, the humpback whales breach and the tropical air warms the soul, if not the face. The latest involved Justin Thomas, who until this year had nothing but happy memories of the 50th state.

Promoter Hearn says deal done for Joshua to face Fury
Promoter Hearn says deal done for Joshua to face Fury

Joshua beat Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev last month to retain his IBF, WBO and WBA titles to set up the prospect of a mouth-watering clash with fellow Briton Fury who holds the WBC belt. "The deal is done, really - without being signed," Hearn was quoted as saying by The Times. Hearn said Joshua and Fury would face off in two fights - with the first likely to be in the Middle East later this year - and he hoped to bring the rematch back to Britain.

Saturday tee times, TV info for the 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii
Saturday tee times, TV info for the 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii

Check out third round tee time and television information for the 2021 Sony Open in Waialae Country Club in Honolulu.

Nick Taylor gets a break and a birdie and leads Sony Open
Nick Taylor gets a break and a birdie and leads Sony Open

Nick Taylor pitched in for eagle to get his round headed in the right direction, and he kept going until he finished with a good break and one last birdie for an 8-under 62 and a two-shot lead Friday in the Sony Open. Taylor was given a free drop. ''It was a fortunate break,'' Taylor said.

Sony Open: Peter Malnati storms back in crazy round; leader Nick Taylor gets big break
Sony Open: Peter Malnati storms back in crazy round; leader Nick Taylor gets big break

Forgive Peter Malnati if he's a bit dizzy. Teeing off at high noon Friday in the second round of the Sony Open in Hawaii, Malnati, who shared the first-round lead after a sizzling 8-under-par 62, quickly was in free fall down the leaderboard. ...

Ralph Lauren drops Justin Thomas after gay slur heard on TV

Ralph Lauren Corp. said Friday it is ending its sponsorship with Justin Thomas after he was heard muttering a homophobic slur to himself after missing a putt last week in Hawaii. Thomas has worn the company's clothing since he turned pro. In the third round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions, he missed a 5-foot par putt on the fourth hole.

Justin Thomas loses Ralph Lauren endorsement deal after use of homophobic slur
Justin Thomas loses Ralph Lauren endorsement deal after use of homophobic slur

Ralph Lauren ended its endorsement deal with Justin Thomas after he used a homophobic slur at the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

With COVID-19 behind him, Webb Simpson back at full strength, shares Sony Open lead
With COVID-19 behind him, Webb Simpson back at full strength, shares Sony Open lead

The world No. 8, who tied for 17th in the Sentry Tournament of Champions, is at full strength after contracting COVID-19 around Christmas.

Thailand opens six resorts to international golfers on quarantine
Thailand opens six resorts to international golfers on quarantine

COVID has been devastating to Thailand as a major world tourist destination, but easing restrictions for golfers a start to reopening.

World Golf Championship moving from Mexico to Florida

The World Golf Championship is moving from Mexico City to the Gulf Coast of Florida, a change driven by the COVID-19 pandemic that has put restrictions on travel and kept away spectators. It will be played at The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, co-designed by Jack Nicklaus and Tony Jacklin. Along with travel being limited between the United State and Mexico, not having spectators has severely cut into revenues for running events and caused each tournament to get creative in trying to raise money for its local charities, which typically are funded by the net proceeds.

Report: David Feherty
Report: David Feherty's Golf Channel show is through after a decade

He's been one of the most candid and influential golf broadcasters for years, but David Feherty's show on Golf Channel has not been renewed.

Stewart Cink, Webb Simpson share lead at Sony Open
Stewart Cink, Webb Simpson share lead at Sony Open

Stewart Cink could not remember a more ideal day in Hawaii, and he had a round that matched the occasion.

Brain power: DeChambeau dissects what went wrong at Masters

Bryson DeChambeau thinks he knows what caused dizzy spells at the Masters. DeChambeau was the betting favorite in November with his enormous size and power to go along with his six-shot victory in the U.S. Open at Winged Foot a few months earlier. ''The one thing I will tell you is that I've done a lot of brain training ... and the frontal lobe of my brain was working really, really hard,'' DeChambeau said Friday.

Ralph Lauren discontinues sponsorship of Justin Thomas in wake of slur
Ralph Lauren discontinues sponsorship of Justin Thomas in wake of slur

The Ralph Lauren Corporation announced Friday evening that it "decided to discontinue our sponsorship" of Justin Thomas.

Former ESPN star Trey Wingo will return to calling golf for PGA Tour Live
Former ESPN star Trey Wingo will return to calling golf for PGA Tour Live

Trey Wingo, a longtime fixture at ESPN, will call the action from the first two rounds of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines.

Next month
Next month's WGC-Mexico relocated to Florida's Concession Golf Club

The Tour announced Friday that the WGC-Mexico Championship will be moved this year to The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Florida.

Angel Cabrera, former Masters champion, arrested in Brazil
Angel Cabrera, former Masters champion, arrested in Brazil

Argentine golfer Angel Cabrera, a two-time major winner, was arrested in Brazil on Thursday in connection with assault charges leveled against him in his homeland, police and diplomats said. A federal police statement about the arrest on suspicion of crimes committed in Argentina between 2016 and 2020 did not name Cabrera, but Argentine diplomats confirmed it was the golfer. Consul Claudio Gutiérrez said Cabrera was taken to prison in a Rio suburb pending extradition proceedings. The police statement a 51-year-old Argentine who was on the Interpol red list was detained at an apartment in Rio's Leblon district. It was not immediately possible to contact Cabrera, 51, or any of his...

Cut Line: So, Bryson, how exactly do you Bryson-proof a course?
Cut Line: So, Bryson, how exactly do you Bryson-proof a course?

In this week's edition of Cut Line, we celebrate Harris English's lesson of perseverance and take notes from Bryson DeChambeau on how to Bryson-proof a course.

This New York golf club was just added to the National Register of Historic Places
This New York golf club was just added to the National Register of Historic Places

Plaques on either side of the entrance will celebrate this NY club's recent addition to the National Register of Historic Places.


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