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Spieth takes advantage of Genesis Open restart at Riviera

LOS ANGELES – Given a slight reprieve by the PGA Tour and Mother Nature, Jordan Spieth took full advantage during the opening round of the Genesis Open. Spieth was among the select few players who took to the course early Thursday morning amid dreary conditions, and he struggled on the par-4 10th to


Tweets of the Week: Tony Romo’s sorcery, Brooks Koepka’s slow play solution, and Jordan Spieth’s distressed hands

Phil Mickelson is on the verge of career win number 44, while over at the Vic Open, David Law won his first European Tour title, while Celine Boutier also broke through and claimed her maiden LPGA Tour victory at the same event. In a busy past week, here are some things you may have missed, and some


Pace of Play Problems at the Genesis and WGC-Mexico Picks

Joe House is joined by Ringer golf correspondent Nathan Hubbard to talk about his brother Mark Hubbard’s first win on the Web.com Tour as well as J.B. Holmes’s first-place finish at the Genesis Open (2:40). Then, The Ringer’s Megan Schuster stops by to discuss the slow-play epidemic, old guys outpla


Golf: Stricker should let players sort out hard feelings: Azinger

(Reuters) - United States Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker should take a hands-off approach to any lingering issues between Patrick Reed and potential 2020 team mates, former winning captain Paul Azinger said on Wednesday.


Jordan Spieth leads Genesis Open in first round that many golfers never started

After a false start during a stormy Thursday morning that would appeal only to umbrella manufacturers and meteorology fanatics, the Genesis Open turned into a very crowded race to the top.


Jordan Spieth spurts out to lead at rainy Riviera, Tiger Woods hasn’t started

LOS ANGELES — Jordan Spieth made the most out of his chance to start over Thursday at rain-soaked Riviera and was tied for the lead at 5-under par through 12 holes in the Genesis Open.


2019 Genesis Open tee times, pairings: When Tiger Woods and the field start on Saturday

It was more of the same on Day 2 of the Genesis Open that we saw on Day 1. Cold, rainy weather sullied one of the most fun, coolest (and toughest!) courses on the PGA Tour rota, and a place known for its high degree of difficulty turned into a track meet.


The 2019 Puerto Rico Open field appears to be a byproduct of time travel

The PGA Tour returns to Puerto Rico for the first time since Hurricane Maria devastated the island, making the tournament a celebration of sorts. Even if the field is, well, less than celebrated. At least in present times.


Holmes prevails after long, trying Sunday at Genesis Open

It was a long, trying Sunday at Riviera Country Club, especially for J.B. Holmes, who played 33 holes on the final day before finishing off the victory at the Genesis Open. Here's how it all unfolded:


Video: Phil Mickelson Just Hit An Incredible Shot At The Genesis Open

On Saturday afternoon, the world’s best golfers were back on the course for the Genesis Open in Pacific Palisades, California. Justin Thomas led a stacked field that included Jordan Spieth, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, among others.


Tony Romo gets sponsor's exemption for AT&T Byron Nelson

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will play in his second PGA Tour event closer to home, accepting a sponsor's exemption into the AT&T Byron Nelson. Romo will tee it up alongside top Tour players like Jordan Spieth and Ryan Palmer at Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas, his home course, on


Spieth Headlines List of 4 Major Champions Committed to Valero Texas Open

Valero Texas Open officials announced today that Jordan Spieth, a three-time major championship winner, headlines a group of major champions scheduled to compete in San Antonio this April.


Morning 9: Should we blame J.B.? | TW learning Chapultepec | Sponsors wanted shorts

Steve Dimeglio, writing for Golfweek makes a valid point–while J.B. Holmes may have clearly been in violation of the spirit of slow play “rules,” he was never put on the clock at the Genesis Open. As he clearly feels it’s advantageous to play at the pace he does, and knowing there will be no negativ


Three-time PGA major champion Jordan Spieth to headline Valero Texas Open

SAN ANTONIO - Three-time PGA major championship winner Jordan Spieth headlines a group of major champions set to compete in San Antonio in April. In addition to Spieth, U.S. Open champions Jim Furyk, Graeme McDowell and PGA Championship winner Jason Dufner are in the field. New Braunfels Canyon High


Wall-to-Wall Equipment: Tiger Woods’s latest club change was made with Mexico in mind

Welcome to Wall-to-Wall Equipment, the Monday morning gear wrap-up in which GOLF equipment editor Jonathan Wall takes you through the latest trends, rumors and breaking news. At nearly 8,000 feet above sea level, the significant change in elevation will force players in the WGC-Mexico Championship f


Jordan Spieth: Tom Brady is ‘the most competitive human being I’ve ever met’

No one has ever accused Tom Brady of taking a Patriots’ defeat too lightly. Apparently, the fiery quarterback was no less competitive in a round of golf against a three-time major winner.


Azinger: WGC Course "Sets Up Perfectly For Tiger"

Twelve-time PGA Tour winner and Golf Channel lead analyst Paul Azinger dropped by CBS Sports Radio’s Tiki & Tierney to preview the WGC-Mexico Championship, which begins Thursday in Naucalpan, Mexico.


Genesis Open: Rain forces restart, seven-hour delay on Day 1 at Riviera

LOS ANGELES (AP) — One of the wildest pars Phil Mickelson ever made didn’t even count. Neither did one of the worst lies Jordan Spieth ever had. Fifty minutes into the start of the Genesis Open, with only 30 players having teed off, the opening round was scrapped because of increasing rain that soak


How slow play, bad play and foul weather made for a long week at the Genesis Open

LOS ANGELES -- A balmy, comfortable week in Southern California it was not. Unfortunately a big part of Genesis Open (Los Angeles Open going back to the 1920s) history has seen weather become a big part of the story. Somehow the tournament concluded Sunday.


PGA Tour may cut back on cuts

The PGA Tour is considering reducing the size of weekend fields to the low-65, plus ties, which is used on the European PGA tour and the Web.com Tour. The Tour cut historically has been the low-70, plus ties. In 2008 it also added the "Saturday cut," in which a field of 78 or more making the 36-hole