It’s only the third week of January, but we’ve already got one of the most anticipated events of the PGA Tour season kicking off this Thursday in La Jolla, California. As it has almost every time, the Farmer’s Insurance Open at Torrey Pines marks the first start in a Tiger Woods comeback. 

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The Career Builder Challenge is one of the lowest scoring events of the year. Always the shootout, the 2018 edition certainly didn’t disappoint. Thirty-six holes wasn’t enough for Jon Rahm and Andrew Landry to decide the event, so they played on. Rahm eventually prevailed in extra holes, collecting the second win of his PGA Tour career. 

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The Career Builder Challenge — the artist formerly known as the Bob Hope — is a perennial favorite among the tour’s best. I’m not sure why though, since it always seems to be a journeyman who runs into the best week of his life who wins this thing.

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After a month of build up and counting down, it’s finally time to reveal the top-5 players to watch in 2018. While there are plenty of players worth your attention in the new year, these five in particular are attached to story lines that are most intriguing. 

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It didn’t take long for the World No. 1 player to make his presence known in 2018. Dustin Johnson flat-out demolished the field at the Sentry Tournament Champions last week at Kapalua. Now, the rest of the world’s best will do theirs to try and get the new season started off right.

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The 2018 PGA Tour season is officially off and running now that the Sentry Tournament of Champions is in the books. Next, the world’s best hop islands to Oahu for the Sony Open in Hawaii — but before we put Maui in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to take a look at the aces, bogeys and worse from the week that was at Kapalua. 

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As most of the country is covered in a blanket of ice and snow and misery, the winner’s of the PGA Tour are in Hawaii, a land untouched by the despicable clutches of winter where you can swim with dolphins, paddle board with sea turtles, play golf in January and breath without your lungs feeling like your swallowing pieces of a broken razor blade. 

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