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    TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Mito Pereira skidded out of control just like so many other contenders in the wind and cold of Southern Hills. He got back on course at just the right time Saturday in the PGA Championship. Pereira steadied himself with three birdies over the last six holes, the final one from just outside 25 feet for a 1-under 69. That gave the 27-year-old from Chile a three-shot lead over Matt Fitzpatrick and Will Zalatoris. For Tiger Woods, his slide on a battered right leg seemed to last all day in what turned out to be his last round. Woods withdrew for the first time in a major as a pro. He limped around Southern Hills for a 79, his worst score ever in the PGA Championship. At stake for the 27-year-old Pereira is a chance to become the first PGA Tour rookie to win a major since Keegan Bradley in the 2011 PGA Championship. “I was playing really good and suddenly I made four bogeys in five holes. It was a tough place to be at that...
    The only thing that Rory McIlroy didn't throw at Scottie Scheffler on an unforgettable final day at the 86th Masters was the kitchen sink - and still it wasn't enough. McIlroy at his most magnificent chipped in twice and holed an outrageous bunker shot at the 18th on his way to a 64 to equal the lowest final round in Masters history.  The Northern Irishman hasn't known such joy at a major since his last victory in 2014, as he threw his arms into the air and his club into the bunker. 'That's the happiest I've ever been on a golf course,' he said afterwards, as they replayed his wonder blow from the sand.  Added three-time Masters champion Sir Nick Faldo, on American television: 'I've got goosebumps watching that shot, I'm shaking.' Sundays at Augusta. In golf, there really is nothing like it. Scottie Scheffler (right) has won the Masters tournament at Augusta after a dominant showing Scheffler could not hide his pride as Hideki Matsuyama (left) prepared to crown him champion Last year's winner Matsuyama put the famous and...
    SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Ryan Palmer shot a bogey-free round of 6-under 66 at the Valero Texas Open to lead by two shots over Kevin Chappell, Dylan Frittelli and Matt Kuchar after Friday’s second round. Palmer, at 10-under, surged into the lead with consecutive birdies midway through the back nine. Chappell, the 2017 tournament winner, had the day’s low round of 65. Frittelli also got away with no bogeys during his 66, and Kuchar shot 69 with four-straight birdies on the back. Palmer’s last Tour win came in 2019. He took the lead with a 5-foot birdie putt at the par-5 14th. At 15 he converted another birdie putt inside 10 feet. “It’s a golf course, if you get it offline, you’re going to struggle,” Palmer said. “I was able to keep the ball in front of me. When I’ve missed fairways, I’ve gotten fortunate breaks, I think. So the weekend, it’s a matter of just avoiding those big misses.” Hideki Matsuyama withdrew after nine holes Friday with a sore neck, leaving early ahead of his Masters title defense...
    PALM HARBOR, Fla. (AP) — Sam Burns is a winner again in the Valspar Championship, this time with a lot more stress and plenty of more emotion. Burns holed a birdie putt from just over 30 feet on the 16th hole to beat Davis Riley on the second playoff hole, giving him three PGA Tour victories in his last 22 starts. Burns, who closed with a 2-under 69, is the second straight back-to-back winner at Innisbrook following Paul Casey’s consecutive wins in 2018 and 2019. The tournament was canceled in 2020 because of the pandemic. The victory moves Burns to No. 10 in the world for the first time, knocking Dustin Johnson out of the top 10 for the first time in seven years. “Man, it’s crazy,” Burns said. “Davis played well today, especially the way he finished. I tried to stay steady. I didn’t make a lot of mistakes. A lot of time on Sunday if you plot your way around, make a bunch of pars, throw in a few birdies, a lot of times it works well. So...
    This Fully Loaded CRAFTSMAN Tool Kit Is $100 Off Fantasy Football Rankings 2021: Sleepers, breakouts, busts from NFL model that nailed Allens huge year School is back in session for Jessica Simpson's kids. © Provided by People Jessica Simpson / Instagram The singer and fashion mogul, 41, ushered in a new era on Wednesday when her son Ace Knute, 8, and daughter Maxwell Drew, 9, started their first day of classes after more than a year of remote learning. Posting a picture of the brother-sister duo sharing a hug in their school uniforms, Simpson wrote on her Instagram, "After a year and a half these HAPPY kiddos are BACK TO SCHOOL!!!!!" "New school. New beginnings," she continued. "This fam is feeling very blessed ????????????????????‍♀️." Simpson, who also shares 2-year-old daughter Birdie Mae with husband Eric Johnson, switched her two oldest children to remote learning when schools were shut down at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. © Jessica Simpson / Instagram "New school. New beginnings," Jessica Simpson wrote on her Instagram View this post on Instagram RELATED: Jessica...
    Mark it up as a victory for sweet atonement and, like a couple of those legendary Spaniards before him, a priceless habit of holing the putts that matter. Robbed of a victory in his last event after testing positive for Covid-19 when leading by six on the eve of the final round, Jon Rahm has never felt better than he did after claiming the 121st US Open in marvellous fashion on Sunday night. One shot off the lead with two holes to play, he birdied both the closing holes, first from 20ft at the 17th and then a shade under that to send the crowd wild at the 18th and complete a 67, the lowest score all week.  Jon Rahm celebrates making his second eagle putt in a row on the 18th green at Torrey Pines Louis Oosthuizen led for much of the final round until Rahm's late surge saw him leapfrogged RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Tommy Fleetwood is still carrying the torch for Olympic... US OPEN HIGHS AND LOWS: Richard...
    Busy Philipps has revealed her 12-year-old child Birdie - who was born female - now identifies as 'femme-presenting nonbinary'.  The former Dawson's Creek star, 41, proudly discussed her child's gender identity the June issue of  Health magazine while promoting her new Peacock series Girls5eva.   This comes after Philipps - who also has a seven-year-old daughter Cricket with director husband Marc Silverstein - shared on her podcast last year that Birdie came out to her at the age of 10.  Proud mom: Busy Philipps has revealed her 12-year-old child Birdie - who was born female - now identifies as 'femme-presenting nonbinary' Her new cover:  The former Dawson's Creek star, 41, proudly discussed her child's gender identity the June issue of Health magazine In the Health interview, Busy relayed to writer Bethany Heitman that she had to explain to her mother Barbara Philipps, 'You don't have to understand it.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Kristin Cavallari of The Hills: New Beginnings reveals her... Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Carrie Underwood announce... Share this article...
    Busy Philipps has two children at home with her husband of 14 years, director Marc Silverstein: Birdie Leigh, 12, and Cricket Pearl, seven. And in the June issue of Health magazine, the former talk show host, 41, made her eldest a highlight of the story as she revealed she is 'femme-presenting nonbinary.'  This comes after Philipps shared on her podcast last year that Birdie came out to her when she was 10.  Her mini me: Busy Philipps has two children: Birdie Leigh, 12, and Cricket Pearl, seven. And in the June issue of Health magazine, the former talk show host, 41, made her eldest a highlight of the story as she revealed she is 'femme-presenting nonbinary' Her new cover: In the Health interview, Busy relayed to writer Bethany Heitman that she had to explain to her mother Barbara Philipps, 'You don't have to understand it'; the June issue of Health goes on sale May 14 In the Health interview, Busy relayed to writer Bethany Heitman that she had to explain to her mother Barbara Philipps, 'You don't have to understand...
    U.S. shelters received more than 7,000 migrant children in February Trump promises to travel to Alaska to campaign against Murkowski Lee Westwood may be getting a little long in the tooth for the PGA Tour, but his clubs don’t seem to know it. © Provided by Golfweek Lee Westwood The Englishman, who turns 48 next month, has been playing in the Arnold Palmer Invitational since 1998, when some of today’s stars of the PGA Tour were still in diapers. On Saturday, Westwood poured in eight birdies and an eagle en route to shooting 7-under 65 and taking a one-stroke leader over Bryson DeChambeau and Canadian Corey Conners. In doing so, Westwood is the oldest player to hold the 54-hole lead/co-lead on Tour since Phil Mickelson at the American Express in 2019. As further proof of his staying power, Westwood became the first player to hold a 54-hole lead on the PGA Tour in the 1990s, 2000s, 2010s and 2020s. Last year, he won the European Tour’s season-long Race to Dubai and he’s currently ranked No. 39 in the world. “If...
    More On: golf Here’s how Tiger Woods is doing days after his terrifying car crash Rory McIlroy sinks putt as alligator lurks nearby Golf legend makes LPGA return Tiger Woods doesn’t want career ‘to end like this’ after car wreck, source says TUCSON, Ariz. — Phil Mickelson waded into the mud after his tee shot on Tucson National’s 15th hole trickled into a pond. He adjusted his feet for balance and punched a 9-iron down the fairway, earning applause from playing partner Fred Couples. Another 9-iron on the par 5 to 4 feet and, after wiping off his shoes, an improbable birdie. A bit of Mickelson magic has Lefty in the hunt to make history. Mickelson’s mud birdie highlighted a 3-under 70 at the Cologuard Classic on Friday, putting him in contention for a third straight victory to open his PGA Tour Champions career. “I was so heated, I was going to get in there and play it no matter what — how high that mud came up, it didn’t matter,” Mickelson said. “It wasn’t a hard shot, the...
    By JOHN MARSHALL, AP Sports Writer TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Phil Mickelson made a birdie after hitting out of the mud on the par-5 15th hole during a 3-under 70 at the Cologuard Classic on Friday, putting him in contention for a third straight victory to open his PGA Tour Champions career. Mickelson was four shots behind Mike Weir, who had a bogey-free 66 in windy conditions at Tucson National. Scott Verplank holed out from a greenside bunker for birdie on the par-4 ninth to close out a 65. Mickelson is bidding to become the first player to win his first three starts on a PGA Tour-sanctioned tour. Lefty had a relatively stress-free front nine, shooting 3 under on one of the courses where he became the last amateur to win on the PGA Tour 30 years earlier. The five-time major champion began having trouble on the back nine, starting with a three-putt bogey on the par-4 11th. Mickelson took double bogey after hitting out-of-bounds on the par-4 13th and appeared to be in trouble when his tee shot on...
    TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Phil Mickelson made a birdie after hitting out of the mud on the par-5 15th hole during a 3-under 70 at the Cologuard Classic on Friday, putting him in contention for a third straight victory to open his PGA Tour Champions career. Mickelson was four shots behind Mike Weir, who had a bogey-free 66 in windy conditions at Tucson National. Scott Verplank holed out from a greenside bunker for birdie on the par-4 ninth to close out a 65. Mickelson is bidding to become the first player to win his first three starts on a PGA Tour-sanctioned tour. Lefty had a relatively stress-free front nine, shooting 3 under on one of the courses where he became the last amateur to win on the PGA Tour 30 years earlier. The five-time major champion began having trouble on the back nine, starting with a three-putt bogey on the par-4 11th. Mickelson took double bogey after hitting out-of-bounds on the par-4 13th and appeared to be in trouble when his tee shot on No. 15 rolled into a pond...
    SAN DIEGO (AP) — Showing no effects from a rules controversy a day earlier, Patrick Reed pulled away for a five-shot victory Sunday in the Farmers Insurance Open. Reed closed with a 4-under 68 at Torrey Pines, making an eagle on the par-5 sixth and finishing off his ninth PGA Tour title with a birdie on the 18th. The former Masters champions finished at 14 under after a consistent four days at the blufftop municipal courses overlooking the Pacific Ocean. He shared the first-round lead with Alex Noren, was in a group one shot off the lead in the second round and then shared the third-round lead with Carlos Ortiz. The controversy arose Saturday on the par-4 10th when Reed hit a 190-yard shot out of a bunker with a TV replay showing the ball bounced once before settling into the rough. Without waiting for an official, Reed picked up the ball to see if it was embedded. Reed told the official that no one in his group, as well as a nearby volunteer, saw it bounce. He was...
    Lizzo Tried the Booty-Lifting Amazon Leggings That Went Viral on TikTok Lawmakers in 14 states have proposed anti-LGBTQ bills, many of which target trans youth I escaped Alcatraz with a birdie and other tales from playing 36 at PGA West after The American Express Patrick Cantlay has nothing on me. © Provided by Golfweek Sure, he shattered the course record at PGA West’s Pete Dye Stadium Course on Sunday, shooting an 11-under 61, and I made my 61st stroke on my approach to 14, but at Alcatraz, the course’s infamous par 3, he hit a safe but unspectacular shot to 34 feet and made par. Yours truly? Well, I thought you’d never ask. Stuck it to four feet and rolled in the birdie putt less than 24 hours later. What Cantlay wouldn’t have given for that shot. One more birdie and he likely would have been in a playoff with American Express champion Si Woo Kim. I woke up at Zero-Dark-30 on Monday morning for probably the earliest official tee time in my 40 years playing the game –...
    Portland police name suspect in hit-and-run that killed 1 and injured 9 Trump-Supporting White Nationalist and Social Media Influencer Charged with Conspiracy and Election Interference I escaped Alcatraz with a birdie and other tales from playing 36 at PGA West after The Amex Patrick Cantlay has nothing on me. © Provided by Golfweek Sure, he shattered the course record at PGA West’s Pete Dye Stadium Course on Sunday, shooting an 11-under 61, and I made my 61st stroke on my approach to 14, but at Alcatraz, the course’s infamous par 3, he hit a safe but unspectacular shot to 34 feet and made par. Yours truly? Well, I thought you’d never ask. Stuck it to four feet and rolled in the birdie putt less than 24 hours later. What Cantlay wouldn’t have given for that shot. One more birdie and he likely would have been in a playoff with American Express champion Si Woo Kim. I woke up at Zero-Dark-30 on Monday morning for probably the earliest official tee time in my 40 years playing the game – 6:45...
    U.S. carries out 13th and final execution under Trump administration San Francisco police find chemicals to make explosives near RV park, evacuate people 2021 Sony Open scores: Nick Taylor soars into lead in Hawaii as five golfers sit two shots back after Round 2 HONOLULU (AP) -- 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. © Provided by CBS Sports It's still as crowded as the H-1 at the top, typical of this tournament. Taylor gave himself at least some separation with a gap wedge to 6 feet for birdie on No. 8, and then even his worst swing of the day turned into a birdie on the par-5 ninth. The Canadian hooked his tee shot toward the high netting of the driving range. The ball was so close to the knee-high boundary fence that his only hope was to play the shot left-handed....
    Tiger and Charlie Woods. AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack Tiger and son Charlie Woods are the stars of the PNC Championship. At 11 years old, Charlie Woods is already swinging like a pro, and has impressed golf fans all weekend. On Sunday, the younger Woods rolled in a birdie and celebrated with the fist-pump that his father made famous. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The father-son pairing of Tiger Woods and Charlie Woods at the PNC Championship has had golf fans buzzing all weekend. On Saturday, the younger Woods wowed fans with a fantastic eagle and was displayed many of his father's mannerisms on the golf course. On Sunday, Charlie Woods upped the ante. While wearing Woods' Sunday red, Charlie rolled in a birdie putt and unleashed his father's iconic fist-pump celebration. —PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) December 20, 2020On Twitter, fans celebrated the heartwarming father-son moment.—Rene Knott (@reneknottsports) December 20, 2020—Christine Wixted (@wixxy) December 20, 2020—trey wingo (@wingoz) December 20, 2020  Like father, like son.
    Charlie Woods even has his dad’s signature celebration down pat. Playing as part of a tandem with father Tiger Woods this weekend at the PNC Championship in Orlando, 11-year-old Charlie gave a big fist pump after draining a birdie putt on Sunday. Charlie has really been following the "like father, like son" proverb, even wearing a matching red shit with his dad, Tiger’s famous Sunday threads. Charlie also impressed off the tee on Sunday, nearly driving the green from 245 yards away on the 13th hole. This weekend marked the first time Tiger Woods and son Charlie played in the annual father-son challenge. "I don’t really care about my game," Tiger Woods said Saturday. "I’m just making sure that Charlie has the time of his life. And he’s doing that."
    Charlie Woods even has his dad’s signature celebration down pat. Playing as part of a tandem with father Tiger Woods this weekend at the PNC Championship in Orlando, 11-year-old Charlie gave a big fist pump after draining a birdie putt on Sunday. Charlie has really been following the “like father, like son” proverb, even wearing a matching red shit with his dad, Tiger’s famous Sunday threads. Charlie also impressed off the tee on Sunday, nearly driving the green from 245 yards away on the 13th hole. This weekend marked the first time Tiger Woods and son Charlie played in the annual father-son challenge. Tiger Woods looks on as his son Charlie Woods plays a shot today at the PNC Championship.Getty Images “I don’t really care about my game,” Tiger Woods said Saturday. “I’m just making sure that Charlie has the time of his life. And he’s doing that.”
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